Paul Quinn

Austin, Texas, US • 8:42 AM Local Time

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Paul Quinn

Category Documentaries
Language English (North American)
Description A recent reading for a client looking specifically for an announcer from WW2-era ( early 1940's), America.

I am able to adopt the tone, inflection and phrasing of announcers from the 1920's to the 1980's.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
we have a delightful selection of holiday music that is sure to please the whole family. Let's start the show with a little trip down memory lane to just a few years ago, when we were all still deep in the middle of that war to end all wars. That's pause to think of our guys and gals in uniform who are still deployed overseas and whisper a prayer for them in your heart as we listen to Bing Crosby's I'll Be Home for Christmas wasn't that wonderful. We sure do appreciate the sacrifices that our soldiers make every day throughout the year. For our freedom. Some of you might be busy packing your bags to travel, while others are frantically cleaning the house for your soon arriving guests. I know you'll enjoy this next election that has just hit the charts from that famous Pennsylvanian Perry comb. Oh, let's listen in as the van swings us into the groove of going home for the holidays, let's pause to hear a word from one of our favorite sponsors for the final piece of our Christmassy variety show. We've chosen a medley that will appeal especially to the little takes our Children's Choir has been practicing for weeks and is eager to perform one of their favorite numbers for you. Give them your full attention as a sing for us enclosing a medley of Ring a Ling Ling and let us love.