Hey guys and gals and pals and you. Jason Harvey here! This episode was supposed to be something different than it ended up being. I honestly didn’t know how the episode would turn out, because it’s just me sitting at a microphone. I’m not unfamiliar with standing and being the only one talking into a microphone because I perform standup comedy quite frequently, but It’s not common for me to be alone when talking into a microphone. But I honestly had a great time doing it. I hope you enjoy listening to it. Let me know what you think. I might do more of these solo episodes as I have a subject I want to talk about. Anyway I hope you enjoy this episode.
In this episode Jason talks about the shows he recently did with the hilarious LA based comedian, Christian Spicer. He talks about how great Derek Sheen’s new album is, and tell everyone to go see DAVE ROSS this sunday(5/29/16) at AHH SUSHI/O’SHUCKS, 9pm. The Show is FREE so there is no reason not to be there. Come out.
Jason also talks about the ridiculous “Bathroom Laws” are. He shares his opinion on people being scared to share a bathroom with another person, hate, and how we don’t care for people anymore. Check it out. Let us know what you think of this episode.
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Its Stupid Questions 1st anniversary show!
I’ve had a lot of fun recording this podcast. I’ve learned a lot while recording it, and now it’s time to celebrate that with a pizza party and my good friend Taylor Hunsaker. Taylor has been performing stand up in Salt Lake City since 2012.I’ve had the privilege of performing on several shows with her, and encourage you to see her if you get the chance.Taylor is a fellow podcaster and comedian, but most importantly a fellow lover of pizza. We talk our love of pizza, where to get a good slice or full pie.
And it wouldn’t be a Stupid Questions episode if we didn’t get way off topic.
Thanks for listening, now go treat yourself to some pizza.
Don’t miss out on seeing Taylor Hunsaker and Jason Harvey live @ Big Willy’s March 4th at 10:30pm. FREE. 21+
Also featuring Willy and local favorite(and Stupid Questions first guest) Eileen Dobbins.
Thanks for listening to another episode of Stupid Questions with Jason Harvey. We are approaching our year mark with this podcast. I haven’t talked much about the man behind the show, and the whole reason I have this podcast and Sketch Sandwich with Natashia Mower, is because a great man had me on the radio and enjoyed what I did while broadcasting with him. That man is Sascha Blume, one of the hosts of Ol’ Ute Radio, founder of EarwholeMedia, and producer of every podcast on the network, SASCHA MOTHER F$%K!N BLUME.Sascha has been editing the hell out of my podcast and making me sound better for about a year, so I thought no better time to talk to my producer.Check out this episode we shoot the shit, reminisce about past episodes, talk about the future of EarwholeMedia.com and laugh.
It was a lot of fun.
Thanks for coming on Sascha and everyone listening!
Twitter: @Mr_Blume, @earwholemedia @oluteradio
Thanks for checking out another episode of Stupid Question with Jason Harvey. I’m really excited about this episode, because we have a great guest on the show. In this episode Ben Kronberg joins us. He flew in from New York to do some stand up shows at Sandy Station.
I was asked to be one of the opening comedians, so I asked Ben if he would do the podcast and he was nice enough to join. Check it out. We just shot the shit for about 20 minutes back stage before the show.
Be sure to check out his comedy if you haven’t. I’ll share the video we talk about below.
Since his breakout performance at the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, Ben Kronberg has performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” “Last Call With Carson Daly” and the third season of “John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show” on Comedy Central. Ben is also a regular performer at the SXSW Music Festival and has been featured at the Vancouver Comedy Festival and Boston Comedy Festival. Ben recently co-starred in an episode of MTV’s “I Just Want My Pants Back” and is currently starring in the popular web series “Ted & Gracie,” a story of a woman who is engaged to a serial killer, but has no idea.
Ben Kronberg live @ the Apt
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Thanks for tuning in for another episode of stupid questions with Jason Harvey. I hope all of you listening to this episode have your deepest wishes come true. This episode we have Doug and Teresa Wyckoff.
The Wyckoffs just recently moved here from New York City to run comedy at Sandy Station. We talk about their comedy, the shows they created and all the great comedy we have to look forward to at Sandy Station.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day has been in the news again recently. I’m not going to talk about that, because it is a pet peeve of mine for non-religious people to talk about being burdened by a religion they are no longer part of. So we aren’t going to talk religion, but I do have Nicholas Smith in studio and we are talking about growing up in a Mormon home and the movies we grew up watching and the movies that we weren’t able to watch. We still have some catching up to do.
Thanks for listening.
Forged by the mean streets of Utah County and pushed into the meat grinder that is the SLC comedy Scene, Nicholas has managed to stay afloat by sheer force of will and exerting his dominance over the smaller, weaker comics. His empire is built on intimidation, fear, extortion, comedian prostitution and delicious homemade treats and goodies.
But it’s all a sham. Inside, Nicholas is a scared little girl named Samantha. Samantha just wanted to tell jokes. She just wanted to see the world smile, despite the bleakness and tragedy that surrounds it.
But the world had other plans and Samantha was taken by the dark powers, tortured and mutilated. A ruined and terrible form of life! Now perfected! My Fighting Uruk-Hai!
It was all very sad and Lord of the Ringsy.
You get the idea.
Now it’s all dark comedy with vulgar metaphors and similes. We get it. Your dreams were crushed. Boo hoo. Make us laugh, you bloated wildebeest, nobody cares about your stupid aspirations. Fatty!
Check him out:
In this episode of Stupid Questions with Jason Harvey, Jason is joined by fellow comic and one of his favorite people in the world, Natashia Mower. Natashia just recently won the Arty Award for Best Stand Up Comedian in Utah, and it was definitely well deserved.
This episode puts you right in Natashia and Jason’s apartment, and gives you a glimpse into their friendship. Jason and Natashia get off track and laugh a lot and invite many characters to join the podcast. Don’t miss Douglas Everly, A man what has a mustache on his face, “not Joe Biden”, and Karen Ham Samuel(which is the best name ever) as they jump on the mic. “This was a very silly and fun episode to make. Natashia is always great and is one of the best people ever. Check her out in this episode.
Also check out the episodes of Sketch Sandwich the podcast Natashia and I co- host: http://earwholemedia.com/category/sketch-sandwich/
Thanks for tuning into another episode of Stupid Questions with Jason Harvey. Sorry for the long recess of episodes, but I’m returning with a great episode for you! Recently Seattle comedian Derek Sheen was in town we sat down and shot the shit for a little over a half hour.
Derek is one of my favorite stand up comedians, He’s a great guy!
Derek’s Bio and where you can find him online and onstage:
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 fromRooftopcomedy.com.
NEW ALBUM is coming soon from Stand Up! Records.“Dylan Gadino at Laughspin Magazine: “Equal parts-playful-and-absurd approach to self-deprecating comedy.”Comedy-Reviews.com: ”With Sheen, you never quite know what’s around the corner and that’s a good thing. He has a passion that is reminiscent of Lewis Black and his references will keep you on your toes.”
Daniel Berkowitz of TheSpitTake-Comedynews.org: “When Sheen’s at his best, he’s firing everything off with nuanced diction and rhythmical precision. He develops a Carlin-esque pace to his speech that only serves to amplify the already-high level of laughs.”
Follow Derek on Twitter: @DerekSheen
And don’t miss Derek when he comes back to SLC on November 16th.