This episode is called Frugal and Friendship. The first half deals with a really cheap way to make a voice over demo and the second half is road stories with a comic named Mark Schiff. Maybe I should call it road stories and how to record them. I think that works better.
In this episode I turn the tables on some guy in tech support, I ask BJ Novak and Todd Barry about geography, we hear comedian Ken Reid, the band Parks, and a lot of really stupid stuff with the audience and then the show ends with a surprisingly Jewish twist.
A clip of musical guests Willa Mamet and Paul Miller performing their song Louisiana off their album East Hill Road.
Also. Here’s a teaser for the upcoming show…
Special Guest Comedian Jenny Zigrino and Singer/Songwriter Frank Morgan.
Frank Morgan, “Solid Ground”
I explore how some people use technology to keep other people at a distance. I take a look at the upside and downside of being placed on hold and I also return to my on-again off-again “affair” with phone sex.
In this episode I am talking to my good friend, comedian Paula Poundstone, and even though I am on the wrong side of this “argument” I can’t seem to stop myself.
I’ve been apologizing for my music for the last twenty years and I’m not planning to stop anytime soon.