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The 11th Season of The Nite Show keeps rolling on. The gang is back at Husson University’s Gracie Theatre in Bangor after several months of "scaled back editions" of the show from Dan's basement or an office conference room.

This past Saturday, Dan welcomed Joanne Palombo-Mccallie, who is the amazing woman who coached the University of Maine Women's Basketball Team to 6-straight NCAA appearances. She went on to coach at Michigan State and then Duke. She has written a book about her diagnosis with bipolar disorder at the age of 30, while coaching in Maine. It's called "Secret Warrior," and it's out now!.

Singer/songwriter David Bullard is a fixture on the music scene in Southern and midcoast Maine. He performed his new tune called "Front Line Heroes" that is reflective of the tough times we're currently in.

And much like the Z Morning Show, Nite Show co-host, Christie Robinson has a sandwich named after her at Tiller & Rye in Brewer. It's called the "Monti Christie" So she and Dan hoped in the car to stop by and order one from the locally owned Brewer grocer.

There is an all-new show coming up Saturday night, when Danny welcomes Merritt David Janes, a University of Maine alum who has gone on to perform as Dewey in "School of Rock" on Broadway and its touring production; the lead role in the touring production of "Sweeney Todd: Demon Barber of Fleet Street," and many more. He also wrote a song called "Peace & Love Will Never Die: A Song for John and Yoko" and he will perform it with The Nite Show Band.

Catch The Nite Show with Danny Cashman every Saturday night in Bangor at 11:30 on WABI-TV5. Saturday nights in Portland at 10:30 on WPFO, FOX 23, and 1 a.m. on WGME CBS 13, and in Presque Isle on Saturday nights at midnight on WAGM FOX 8.

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