On Episode 70 of Ol’ Ute Radio, the studio is full with all three hosts and guests Patrick Ramirez and Steve Soelberg in attendance. The show begins with Sascha, Rebecca and Chris welcoming Steve Soelberg, long-time friend of OUR, into the studio again. They comment on a range of topics spanning from ‘Clown College,’ to Ragnar and Steve even gives some advice from his recent experiences in the world of dating.
Halfway through the episode, comedian Patrick Ramirez arrives and sits in with the group. Before Steve leaves, they talk everything from comedy in Salt Lake to clothing fads of the 80’s. The three hosts end by quizzing Patrick on 80’s songs since he had mentioned in previous interviews his love of 80’s music.
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On this week’s episode of OL’ Ute Radio the host of ‘I am Salt Lake Podcast’, Chris Holifield cohosts the show. Going forward every Thursday Holifield will be cohosting ‘OUR,’ from 6-9 P.M.
Comedian Andy Gold stopped by to share jokes and make an insightful observation about Sascha. Gold has decided that Sascha looks like Brendan Gleeson from Braveheart.
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On Episode 65 of Ol’ Ute Radio, your hosts welcome local comedian, Marty Archibald, into studio. The three talk about comedy, writing and how to pick on Rebecca. Marty discusses life and the comedy scene in New York and Sascha congratulates Comcast on being the worst company in America.
Sascha also releases some BIG and exciting summer news involving a second weekly OUR date (Thursdays from 6-9pm MST) with the host of IAmSaltLake, Chris Holifield! Rubber Dak is unfortunately out for the week and does not appear on this week’s episode. At the end of the show you can hear seven minutes of Marty’s comedy. Please enjoy and spread the word of his talent.
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