I stumbled across this thing in the Internet Archives OTR Singles and Doubles Collection. That means that, as far as the Old Time Radio Researchers group knows, there is only this one surviving episode. I tried to google up more info and all I could find was this page, where if you scroll about halfway down you'll read:
(from Guestbook 25) Jim Ruddle said:
Just a brief addition to Terry's remarks about Cy Tuma: I doubt if many people know that Cy worked as a staff announcer at KVOO radio under the name "Paul Shepherd." Of course, he also played clarinet with the Eggs at Eight combo, which included Tubby Young on bass.
(from Guestbook 27) Frank Morrow said:
KVOO’s “Eggs at Eight” featured, not only Frank Simms and Walter Teas, but also the “Entertaining Eight,” the “Tune Toasters,” and Edie Washburn singing. Frank and Walter would always tease her, introducing her as Edie “Washbucket” or Edie “Sideburn.” She always took the bait and complained. Tubby Young played bass and did the weather. Lorraine Bynum played the harp. Joe O’Neill directed. Cy Tuma played clarinet for the “Tune Toasters,” and Simms sang with the “Entertaining Eight.” It was quite a production, five days a week for 45 minutes each day.
(from Guestbook 27) Jeanne Webb Simms said:
How did you find TTM? One of my sons forwarded to me re: his dad, Frank
Frank was at KVOO while still at TU, signing on and sometimes signing off. Frank did the daily remotes from Cain's with Johnnie Lee Wills, as well as the Saturday night hour at Cain's. He and Walter Teas wrote and performed "Eggs at Eight" until we moved to the East coast in late 1952.Does anybody else out there know any more about Eggs at Eight?