Up Home Tonight (Series) (1982-1989)

Up Home Tonight
The ATV network produced "Up Home Tonight" which was a show conceived and written by Gordon Stobbe and Barry Bramhill. The centre of maritime social life for decades has always been the musical house party. Stobbe and Bramhill put the music of the Maritime provinces in the kitchen, creating an informal and welcoming venue which quickly became one of the most popular shows on maritime television. Up Home Tonight was also carried by many other TV stations across Canada.

Gordon Stobbe .... Host

Original Broadcaster(s): ATV

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byClick here to see the profile of this user judymacleandance, April 1, 2015
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I have a video from 1985 (Judy MacLean stepdancer) it has received overeceived more than 22,500views over three days. Please contact me: judymacleandance@eastlink.ca
byClick here to see the profile of this user Martin, January 6, 2009
The title of this review is an exact quote from my uncle. He told that to Gordon Stobbe when they were using adjacent urinals. Gordon took it very well and went on to explain the limitations that he was faced with on a weekly basis. I don't agree with my uncle. I appreciated the show for what it was, a relaxed showcase of talented people who mostly came from small communities and would mostly never be heard from again outside of those communities. I still get song-tagged with the theme 20 years later. I mostly sing it when I am at a urinal.

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