Creators of Machine Culture is in the Freshness Studio. It was a very entertaining episode. Richard, Kelly, Jesse brought beer, I got the Sandwiches brought along my friend Natalie and it off into learning the history and journey of their unique podcast network. Creative energy was definitely flowing in the Room.
Spoken Word Activist Ariel Atkins and Comedian Miles Hendrix came into the Freshness Studio. We start off with a Bang and ends with a Bang. Philosophy, Is there hope for this country, Black Panthers, Fred Hampton, books we need to read, activism.
Bill Beteet and Brendan Gay (Brendan Being Brendan Podcast) come to the Freshness Studio and we discuss being a comedian in the open mic scene in Chicago. Also, what will comedians do in the post-apocalyptic world for work. meditation method, casual DMT stories, and using the hard "-ER" at the end of everyone's favorite word.
Working actors and members of the MLK's of Comedy Joel Boyd and Denny Love stop by the Freshness Studio and we have Roost Sandwiches and we talk acting, performing, and the perks of being on stage. The responsibility of a Black entertainer in this crazy world. First guests to ever bring Ranch Dressing to the show. Listen in and Viiibe!
This week I have the very entertaining performer Natalie Carneal (Chill as Fuck Show) and South Floridan Comic Soo Ra Ra come into the the Freshness Studio and talk over Roost Chicken Sandwiches and Mimosas. Convo includes dancing in clubs, our love for Robin Williams, and being an artist.
This week we have Adam Kwaselow (What The Hipnonics: The Game Show) and Johnathan Giles (Crash Course) both coming into the studio with talk about Christian Comedy and Music. We talk about Black People taking over Hockey, how we are a Hip Hop Culture, and Game of thrones. Of course we got chicken sandwiches and genius-infused donuts. Yah it was good week!
Good Ol' Boys Zac Hobbert and Will Stagg stop by the Studio and we talk Comedy, Chicken, Guns, and how to maneuver in life as a character on and off stage. These comedians are fresh off tour and talk about their best nights. Special Chicken Biscuit Alert! Yah yah!
Yo, this week in the Studio we have Adrienne Brandyburg (Host of "Dude That's Not What I Meant" Podcast) and Jillian Ebanks (Second City). This is the episode where I realized maybe Beyonce is a god for real for real. Click listen and enjoy!
Comedians Aaron McDavis and MLKs of Comedy's Ty Riggs come into the Studio and these two roll in different circles, but on this podcast they were exactly the same. We talk about Soulja Boy's old beef, History of Malcolm X and Chaka Zulu, and love for anime and the 90's.
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Comedians Jarrell Scott Barnes (MLKs of Comedy), Tristan A. Smith, and Chris Higgins join me in the Studio for the realest conversation So Far So Fresh has ever experienced. Brotherhood and Chicken Sandwiches are the perfect combo!
Steve Gerard and Ben Banach make me laugh hard every time they hit the stage. Their acts are like no other. I talk to them about creativity, living life as grown-ass kids, man. No regrets with them, just great performances. Tune in and Viiiiibe!
Max Walter, Connor King, and I talk about how we didn't get into a baseball game. A quick little episode but packed with goodness!
I sit down with the Improv/Sketch Group "Catholic Guilt" and they discuss their new sketch show "Inner Thoughts" at the iO Theater in Chicago. We talk about compensating artist to pre-show poops. Of course we kept it fresh with Chicken Sandwiches and Champagne.
My guests are Chicago Improv Comedians Chris Higgins (Chill As Fuck Show) and Micheal Rice (Comedy Bar). We talk about a various subjects such as divorce, our mothers, meditation and more, all while enjoying Chicken Sandwiches from The Roost.
It is 420 at the Freshness tudio a group of my comedian friends from Chicago came to hang out and viiibe. We have Will Stagg (Shicago), Mike Robinson (MLKs of Comedy), and Connor King (Chill as Fuck Show).