Squeaky on the Roof
  • Feb 23, 2017 7:00 pm
  • 53:38 mins

Some conversation with Andy Offut Irwin about his storytelling process, the creation of Aunt Marguerite stories, and a catchy story from Bil Lepp and Andy about the consequences of stopping and going. Squeaky on the Roof Follow Andy's eighty-five-year-old Aunt Marguerite as she deals with the lady who insists she sign a petition to place the Ten Commandments on the Court House... as she attends a wedding in which the Flower Girl is the daughter of the bride and groom... as she encounters two undeniable ghosts in the cemetery. This story comes from the album of the same name, "Squeaky on the Roof." Find it, and other stories, at this link andyirwin.com Arlo Barlow, featuring Bil Lepp Have you ever been in an car with a driver that won't stop for anything? Arlo Barlow does not stop, he only goes. This story was co-written by Bil Lepp and songified by Andy. Find Bil Lepp's website at www.leppstorytelling.com