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A Classic RISK! Singles episode! A story that Brian Babylon first shared on the show in June of 2012 about an awkward moment on the job.
After beating cancer, the Chicago-based singer circled back to faith. Vocalo chatted with Torres about bringing in the light.
The blocks around 47th Street and California Avenue are filled with typical Chicago structures. Then there’s this building.
We announced this surprise Talkhouse Podcast live episode at Life is Beautiful less than 45 minutes before it started. But by the time the venue where we were recording opened its doors, an impossible line snaked through rows of metal dividers, down the block, and out of sight around the corner. How could it not be a standing-room-only situation, though, when the artists on stage were Fred Armisen, Chris Redd, and Portugal. The Man??? Over the next 50 minutes, in convo and Q&A, the guys hilariously tackled impersonating the arpeggiator on a synthesizer; shared the secrets to continuously reinventing their art; and spilled tea on mind-blowing Saturday Night Live moments as well as PTM’s most epic onstage meltdown. Check it out, and subscribe now to stay in the loop on future episodes of the Talkhouse Podcast. —Elia Einhorn, Talkhouse Podcast host and producer Thanks so much to Life is Beautiful for hosting the Talkhouse Podcast! Today’s show was recorded at Life is Beautiful by Logan Shields and Mark Yoshizumi, and in NYC by our co-producer Mark Yoshizumi. The Talkhouse Podcast’s theme song was composed and performed by The Range.
Ever since Cabbage Patch Kids came along in 1983, there’s been an annual holiday frenzy around one particular toy – the must-have Christmas toy of the year. But what makes a toy a must-have toy? Josh and Chuck investigate (and kick off the holidays). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Comic Louis Katz was working with Marc just before the launch of WTF. In the ten years since, Louis and Marc have taken paths that are both similar and completely different. They share their experiences on the road and get into the nuts and bolts of comedy club standup, then and now, as well as the persistent East Coast-West Coast split between comedy sensibilities. Louis also talks about what it was like to have a long distance relationship when starting out in comedy and what he’s only learning about himself now after spending the past two decades working in the field. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and SimpliSafe.
When Maysoon Zayid first started doing comedy, she didn’t want to talk about her cerebral palsy, but eventually, she decided to address it on her own terms. For her, this was the moment a comic was born.
Montreal band Corridor drops by the q studio to perform a few new songs from their latest album, Junior. Maysoon Zayid shares some stories from her new audio memoir, Find Another Dream, about her journey as a comedian with cerebral palsy. Audio engineer Susan Rogers gives us a gateway to Prince’s album Sign o’ the Times. Grant Lawrence and Alan Doyle pay tribute to the late John Mann of Spirit of the West.