Michael Winslow

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Top Tickets — Priscilla Block, Michael Winslow, Dead Reckoning, The Cryptics

Check out a rock quartet from Fredericksburg. Details: 9 p.m. The Milk Parlor, Blacksburg. $5. 951-1393,, Four Squares of Local Flare: A Quad of Roanoke Songwriters. Landon Carder, Matt Powell, Corey Hunley and Sullivan Smith sing and play their original songs. Details: 8 p.m. The Spot on Kirk,...
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Michael Winslow Visits the KLAD Wake-Up Crew

Michael Winslow, the man of 10,000 sound effects visited with the KLAD Wake-Up Crew this morning at Lithia Dodge. Winslow, known for his roles in movies like Police Academy, Space Balls and Gremlins, will take the stage at the Ross Ragland, Saturday January 29th at 7:30pm. Get your tickets at Retro Room Records, The Ross Ragland Theater, or call 541-884-LIVE. Listen to the full interview below.
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The sound effects Michael Winslow did at Summerfest, ranked

With hundreds of bands playing on a dozen stages over the course of nine days (usually 11 days in pre-pandemic times), Summerfest‘s claim of being “The World’s Largest Music Festival” seems quite accurate. That’s no secret to anyone who lives in Milwaukee or, really, anywhere in the Midwest. However, nowhere near as many people know that for roughly 40 years, Summerfest also used to double as one hell of a comedy festival. Even when ignoring George Carlin’s infamous 1972 Summerfest arrest after performing his “Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television” routine, The Big Gig annually offered up an impressive list of comedians who performed on the grounds. Yet the fest’s rich comedic past seems to be largely forgotten.

Michael Winslow Performs in America’s Got Talent Quarterfinals

Michael Winslow also performed on tonight’s live show quarterfinals round of America’s Got Talent 2021, and even though he has been performing comedy for as long as judge Howie Mandel has, Winslow is the one who needs your votes to stay in the competition. Editor and publisher since 2007, when...

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Michael Winslow

Season 16 of America’s Got Talent has gotten off to an incredible star, and Michael Winslow’s recent performance is a big part of the reason why. When he took the stage, he put on an impressive performance that left the judges and the audience in awe. Michael, who has had a very successful acting career, is known for his ability to make thousands of sound effects with his voice. Some of his film credits include Gremlins and the Police Academy franchise. However, after his wife passed away he decided to take a break from acting so that he could focus on raising his kids. Now that his children are older, he is ready to get back to entertaining and he might just become AGT’s next winner in the process. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Michael Winslow.

Swayam Bhatia & Michael Winslow To Lead Feature-Length Audio Drama ‘Iowa Chapman & The Last Dog’ For Gen-Z Media

EXCLUSIVE: Family podcasts and audio dramas are considered one of the fastest growing sectors of the booming podcast world. Gen-Z Media has produced a slew and has lined up its latest project, a feature-length audio drama featuring the voice talents of Succession and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers star Swayam Bhatia and Michael Winslow, best known as Larvell Jones in the Police Academy films.

Who is Michael Winslow? Net worth and age of AGT voice impressionist!

Michael Winslow recently made his comeback to the big screen, when he showcased his voice impressions on America’s Got Talent. It wasn’t long until fans instantly recognised Michael on the NBC talent competition, which left them wondering what his current net worth is. He didn’t just impress the judges with...

'America's Got Talent': Where You've Seen Michael Winslow Before

America's Got Talent Season 16 is still airing its auditions on Tuesday nights, and the most recent episode featured an act from an '80s movie icon. On the July 13 edition of the NBC show, 62-year-old Michael Winslow appeared and showed off his skills as a sound effects creator to judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara and Howie Mandel.