Jt Habersaat has been building his audience of punks and drunks for the several years now! He’s been pounding bars, music venues, and music festivals all over America! His new comedy album is out now (jtcomedy.com). Habersaat made his first stop ever in SLC and was kind enough to stop by and record an episode of Stupid Questions.
In this episode Jt and his regular touring counterpart, Brian Zeolla talk music, touring, and Arby’s life hacks!
You don’t want to miss out on all these nuggets of truth and opinions. You also don’t want to miss an opportunity to see Brian and Jt on tour. Check out the Altercation Punk Tour when it comes to your town.
Josie White is the guest in this episode of Stupid Questions With Jason Harvey. Josie is the Social Media and Fundraising Chair for the Salt Lake Affiliate for NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), She is the NAMI Young Adult Outreach Assistant for the state office, and most recently became the NAMI on Campus West Minster Club President.
In this episode she talks about NAMI and programs for people living with mental illness, pet peeves about mental illness, how you can get involved or get help for someone you love or yourself (who we hope you love). Put this episode in your ears and thanks for listening.
Keane Clark joins Jason to talk about the great Comedy Shows he has been able to run at his renovated shed. It has been about a year and a half since the first show there, and it has continued to be a fun place to have comedy shows.
In the past year Keane has been able to produce many shows with a lot of comedians that have great credits to their name including comics that have been on: Last Comic Standing, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Comedy Central, etc.
Check out this episode and check out some upcoming shows at Keane’s Comedy Shed.
If you have ever seen Marcus live you have seen someone who appears larger than life on stage!
His energy and his ability to make a show unique and personal to those attending, make him stand out to me as not only a funny comic, but a fun performer that can transform a night of laughs into something more memorable. Marcus is a powerhouse of a performer.
Marcus is sharp, fun, and always delivers! Go see him live, you won’t regret it. He is all of this and he is the guest on this episode of Stupid Questions.
Marcus and Jason talk about collecting toys/figures/collectables, Wiseguys Comedy Club, the successes Marcus has had over the years, and how he is still happy to be able to perform live comedy.
Marcus talks a lot of what happened behind the scenes the year he was a finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. He talks about regrets, learning and growing as a comic/performer and about how important it is to live in the moment, feel it, and soaking it in.
Give this episode a listen, it is a great one. Then go get tickets to see Marcus live.
On this episode of Stupid Questions we have Max and Nicky Weinbach from the band ‘Little Person.’ They also are a comedy sketch duo ‘Max and Nicky!’ In this episode we also have Jeff Zamaria! Max and Nicky are on a week-long tour on their way to their new home, New York City.Zamaria is a booker from San Francisco and a good friend of the Weinbachs, such a good friend that he is helping them move from San Francisco to New York, (that is dictionary definition of good friend).
We recorded this episode in the living room of my apartment after doing a show at Keane Clark’s Comedy Shed.The show was a lot of fun and went really well. We also talk about the band ‘Little Person,’ and their current tour. ‘Little Person,’ has a new single out that they are quite proud of it. You should check it out on their Facebook page. This was a fun episode thanks to Max, Nicky and Jeff Zamaria. Have fun on the rest of the tour and good luck in New York.
Max and Nicky:
Derek Sheen is back on another episode of Stupid Questions with Jason Harvey. Derek and Jason start talking about Star Wars and as usual quickly get off topic.
Derek and Jason talk Star Wars, Eternity, losing faith, and how water is time travel. Give this episode a listen, then go to itunes and pre-order or purchase Derek Sheen’s new comedy album “Tiny Idiot”, out on Stand Up! Records on May 6th.
Thanks for listening.
Derek Sheen is a cuddly mess of insecurities, a gifted, one of a kind, storyteller. He’s quickly becoming a favorite among comedy fans all over the globe! He’s toured with Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Janeane Garofolo and Rory Scovel! His debut album “Holy Drivel” was recorded by iconic metal producer Matt Bayles (Minus the Bear, Mastodon, Isis) and is available from Rooftopcomedy.com.
NEW ALBUM: is coming soon from Stand Up! Records!
Links to two new pieces:
On this episode we have a good friend of mine and fellow martial arts fan, Ben Fuller.
Ben and I met at Cafe Anh Hong and had some Chinese food and talked Kung Fu movies and a little about his new project, Cult Classics VS Comedians. I don’t think it would be an episode of Stupid Questions if we didn’t get a bit sidetracked.
I hope you enjoy this episode, we mostly talk kung fu movies, but Rutger Hauer, M. Night Shyamalan, and a few other movies get in the way a bit.
I’ve been friends with Ben for quite a while, and this was such a fun episode to record that we are hoping to record once a month and do a Martial Arts movie themed podcast!
Give this episode a listen, let me know what you think, and if you have any martial arts movie requests, please send them my way on Twitter @jason_harvey, or on facebook: facebook.com/jasonharveycomedy or facebook.com/stupidquestionswithjasonharvey.
Thanks for your support, I appreciate it.
Go to this link and watch: Episode 1: https://youtu.be/YTevun_JfPU
Thanks for listening to another episode of Stupid Questions with Jason Harvey. I love and appreciate you all.
First off I should say this, Don’t Do Heroin! Do Not Do Heroin!! But seriously don’t do it! Heroin is bad, and there is some really bad heroin going around Salt Lake City and the United States.
Last week I saw a video of a person overdosing on a bus in Philadelphia, it’s a bigger problem than I ever realized, and it’s even affecting people here in Salt Lake City!
Our guest on this episode has had two people who are very close to him die from heroin!
Don’t Do Heroin!!
Now that we have got that issue out of the way, my guest on the show is a good friend of mine, Bronte James. You may know him from his band Afro Omega or from seeing him around town just being an all-around great guy.
Bronte and I shoot the shit for a bit. We talk about Willie’s and that racist situation that cost me a stand up show. We talk his battle with cancer and the corruption of the medical industry.
This was a great conversation, and there was a lot that we touched on very little and I’m hoping to get back and talk to him more. I would love to revisit talking about the food we eat and how it relates to cancer, and talk more about his cancer treatment.
Check out this episode. Thanks again for listening, and DON’T DO HEROIN.
Check out the band Afro Omega