Addy Schmucker and Steeve Freeto are doing great things with GoProv and 321 Go! We talked about improv, writing, & February First Friday’s Fringe Fest being held at The Art House in Goshen, IN on February 2nd.
Jason Stapls has been a performing comic for 3 years. He knows all the comics and all the cool things to do in the South Bend area. We did a lot of name dropping in this episode and drank some fantastic Rye Whiskey and Aldi beer.
It was great getting to know Colton Cole. He has a goal to be a world renowned comic. I think his drive and talent will get him there. We had a great talk about comedy, his upcoming show at The American Legion in Lakeville on Novemeber 11, and Living in Lakeville.
I’ve been doing comedy for a year and a half. So, why not interview some comics one on one? Dirk Handlin gave me my first opportunity. Dirk is performing comedy as a hobby but still puts a lot of effort into getting it right. We talked about his college football days and some of his hilariously obscene pictures.
Ignition Music in Goshen, IN is having a Comedy Night on June 2nd. Steve is organizing, Joni is supervising, and Chris & I are along for the ride. We talked about lots of stuff including karaoke, Lenny Kravitz, & pants! Come out to the event and listen to this podcast. There’s a special message in the intro!
Get tickets for the Comedy Night and all of Ignition’s other great shows here:
The title of this post is borrowed from the title of Steve Martin’s comedy album released in 1980. It’s a fitting title for this collection of words. I have always loved comedy and comics. The…
Jim Kliss, Mike Hullinger, Genesis Easton, Patrick Fowler, & Jason Stapls joined me in the studio for some funny and serious talk. It’s probably the only podcast available where you can hear about Bill Paxton, the Police Academy movies, & Lakeville, IN in the same session.
Make sure to look for these hard-working comics wherever they are.
Justin Flagel, Jim Kliss, Mark Stuck, & Josh Mandell join me for a third installment of tomfoolery.
Chris Rahe, Patrick Fowler, & Jason Stapls join me in the studio for some hijinx, talk, & laughs.
I’ve been doing some open mics when my schedule permits. In the process, I’ve met some very fun comics. I thought it would be a good idea to do something to showcase local comics in a panel discussion about stuff. This is that. I’ll be doing this on a semi-regular basis (as stated in the title) so that new local comics can come in and give their perspectives. My inaugural comedy roundup featured Chris Rahe and Jim Kliss, two very funny comics who both came from a good distance to be on the show.
This episode has mature language and mature themes. If you don’t like that kind of stuff, skip it and come back for my next interview.
You can find Jim Kliss and his podcast, 2 Guys, a Girl, & a Goblin here:
You can find Chris Rahe at local open mics and as a featured performer at The Drop Comedy Club