The Justin Rielly Show

It's free-form music programming mixed with perceptive interviews with local creators - just the way it should be...brought to you by the mind behind Aspie Works.

Past Episodes

  • The Justin Rielly Show - David Henderson (for Carl and Uncle Pat) (8/14/16) Aired: Sunday, August 14, 2016

    This episode featured Method Machine director David Henderson, talking about the Rochester Fringe Festival; features music by Peter Gabriel, R.E.M., Joe Jackson, Robert Palmer, Billy Joel and Ray Charles, Bruce Hornsby, Elvis Costello, The Psychedelic Furs, The Smiths and Crowded House.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Don Bartalo (and David, Too!) (8/7/16) Aired: Sunday, August 7, 2016

    This episode features producer-director Don Bartalo (Rounding Third) and a cameo from next week's guest, Method Machine and Fringe maestro David Henderson; featuring music by The Beach Boys, Johnny Cash, Dan Hartman, Collective Soul, Neil Finn, Sam Bradley, Tears for Fears, David Byrne, Jane Child, Field Mouse and Bruce Springsteen.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Spencer and Eno (7/31/16) Aired: Sunday, July 31, 2016

    This episode features actor-writer Spencer Christiano and director Eno Okung talking about Christiano's ode to preserving and loving film "Endangered Features"; includes music from Tears for Fears, Alfred Newman, Duncan Sheik, Death Cab for Cutie, Buddy Holly, Rogue Wave, Split Enz, Michael Jackson, New Radicals, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, Daniel Johnston and the original Broadway cast of "Spring Awakening."

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Carl and Virginia and Romeo and Juliet (7/24/16) Aired: Sunday, July 24, 2016

    This episode features actor-producer Carl Girard and director-designer Virginia Monte, as they talk "Romeo and Juliet" at Rochester's Highland Park Bowl; features music from Madonna, Walk the Moon, Queen, The Band, The Police, Bobby Long, Prince, Amy Grant and Rick Astley.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - DVC (7/17/16) Aired: Sunday, July 17, 2016

    This episode features DVC director Mario Savastano and actors Gwen Scott & Christian Soto talking about the group's new production of "Junk"; features music from Eric Clapton, David Bowie, Simply Red, Hula Baby, INXS, The Rutles, Paul McCartney, Huey Lewis and the News, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John and a mash-up with The Police and Henry Mancini.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Ralph, Jordan and Andrew Jackson (7/10/16) Aired: Sunday, July 10, 2016

    This episode features director Ralph Meranto and actor Jordan Diggory from JCC CenterStage's musical "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson"; features music from Thunder Body, Bruce Hornsby, Switchfoot, Bob Marley, Violet Mary, Marvin Gaye, Bruce Springsteen, John Lennon and The Who.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Keara Before the Fourth (7/3/16) Aired: Sunday, July 3, 2016

    This pre-Independence Day features a guest appearance by regular WAYO programmer Keara Hartson (aka Kearah) and great music from Elton John, Bruce Cockburn, The Postal Service, Joe Jackson, The Band, Walk the Moon, Jimmy Eat World, Barenaked Ladies, Violet Mary, Bryan Adams & Tina Turner, and Dave Matthews Band.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - ETC and The Presstitutes (6/26/16) Aired: Sunday, June 26, 2016

    This episode features music done by past and current Rochester Jazz Festival acts, with guests from Everyone's Theatre Company and their latest effort, "The Presstitutes" - playwright David Andreatta, actor Emmett Michie, director Jeff Moon and producer Larry Ploscowe.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Sam Bradley (6/19/16) Aired: Sunday, June 19, 2016

    This episode features a conversation with British singer-songwriter Sam Bradley, including songs from his new album "When You Love Someone"; also featuring music from influences Johnny Cash & Tom Waits, and a co-writing effort with Twilight superstar Robert Pattinson.

  • Justin Rielly's Interview with Sam Bradley (With Bonus Content) Aired: Sunday, June 19, 2016

    This is the full interview with British singer-songwriter Sam Bradley by Justin Rielly on June 9, later broadcast on WAYO-FM on June 19; features additional content not broadcast, including a story about Sam's busking days while living in Canada.