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My special father’s day guest is John C. Jensen. John was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, grew up in Brooklyn, NY, rose through the ranks of the Post Office, served in the US Army doing a one year tour of Vietnam and fathered 5 handsome, witty, charming hyperactive boys, one of which is me. You can find John on Twitter: @PapaJohnCJensen Thanks to our spo…
 
Danny Reynoso, punk rock musician, Luchadore, and brain tumor fighter joins me this week and we crack each other up, though mostly he cracks me up, as we remember the crazy hijinx we got up to in the 90s. Fart machines, and SWAT Teams, and blood spraying prosthetic penises oh my! Give a listen, it’ll all make sense, and you’ll even get a bonus few …
 
Drugs, Rock and Roll, and Video Games, my chat with Professor Shyguy covers all the bases from covering Christian rock bands at Jesus Camp to discovering the freedom and independence of replacing your bandmates with a Nintendo Game Boy and yes, once again, Weird All is praised. Have we had a guest yet who isn’t a Weird Al fan? I think not. Enjoy. F…
 
Amber’s resume reads like a list of the best animated films and shows of the last couple of decades, including putting in some time at Nickelodeon during their golden age. She’s currently working on Housebroken, Stillwater, and Hamster and Gretal, a new Disney project from the creator of Phineas and Ferb. As a lifelong animation fanatic it was an a…
 
Ngaio Bealum aka the dank diplomat, comedian, rapper, drummer, juggler, activist, marijuana connoisseur, and a great guy to road trip with. From being raised by two Black Panthers to performing for tourists on the pier in San Francisco to rocking comedy crowds around the world the Ngaio Bealum story is a real page turner and it was a blast getting …
 
Adam Davis is a legend, a tall, handsome, burrito eating, ska loving legend. I interview him, and resist him trying to flip the script to start interviewing me. Adam is currently a multi-intrumentalist member of Omnigone and G.N.A.R.B.O.O.T.S and in the past played with Link 80, DESA. He also works as an illustrator & co-hosts the In Defense of Ska…
 
I could’ve talked to Corbett Redford about his documentary Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk, or about his legendary band Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children Macnuggits but instead we spent most of the hour talking about Huey Lewis. Hell Yeah, Huey Freakin’ Lewis Baby!!! FB: facebook.com/corbettredford IG: instagram.com/corbettredford Twitter…
 
Jay Tholen is the mind behind Dropsy The Clown, and also a great guy who once worked for a mafia telemarketing firm. I met Jay when I was hired to be Dropsy as we stormed the video game media outlets in San Francisco, California, ending up appearing on Up At Noon, and giving out many hugs. It was great fun catching up with Jay from his new home in …
 
JR has a great story, immigrating from the Philippines, avoiding dental school, discovering comedy and living in his van, and I even get him to sing and play his guitar for us. Always good to chat with a friend, especially such a talented and funny one. Thanks to our sponsor Burly Beverages. https://www.burlybeverages.com/ They make artisanal, gour…
 
Happy Birthday To Me! And also to my guest and birthday twin comedian Johnny Taylor! We were two shows into a nationwide tour when Corona came to town and wrecked our plans. Performing together on our birthday has been a tradition, but this year this podcast will have to stand in. I talk to Johnny about his career as a boxer, dealing with a rough u…
 
OMG, I am going to require all of my guests from now on help me make something delicious to eat. Ye Ye guided me through making an awesome cucumber salad and told me of her adventures studying at Disney University, interning at Disney world, and checking out the club scene in Britain before returning to China where she fell in love with and married…
 
My guest this week, for Valentine’s Day, is my wonderful wife Bryna. Bryna is an avid reader, fierce debater, and she gets up to all manner of “hippy” crafts like knitting, candle making, and spinning yarn. Originally from Vermont she’s a long time Sacramento resident. I’m biased but I think she’s the best mom I’ve ever witnessed and one heck of a …
 
Wow, what an episode, we go from Art Fraud on a grand scale to Video Games to Street Photography, oh and we touch on eating armadillos too. A globe hopping photographer with a biography that is sure to blow your mind, my friend Ken Walton coming on the show makes me feel like we beat This American Life at something. Ken Walton is a San Francisco-ba…
 
Ray Harrington is a filmmaker, comedian, and a great dude to have a chat with. We talked about his life growing up surrounded by women, his start in comedy with a guitar as a shield after an epic bombing, and how a chance run in at a film festival changed everything for him. Ray made his late night television debut on Conan right before the lock do…
 
It was great talking to my buddy Dan McCoy about his history in the tech world and the rise of Pixar as the animation powerhouse they are and what it was like before they were a household name right up until today’s pandemic “work-from-home” orders and how nothing stops them from creating. Hope you enjoy! Also, we’re proud to welcome our newest spo…
 
My talk with Brick Bible creator Elbe Spurling was epic, I mean like, biblical epic. Look, we even came up with our own masturbation euphemism! Elbe is a fantastic artist working in Lego, photography, music, acrylic pouring and even upside down gardening! It’s been a joy to call her a friend for over a decade now and I’m happy to get to share her a…
 
My guest today is magician Simone Turkington. A long time devotee to classy vintage styles, Simone brings the sights and sounds of the 60s to her act, a mix of visual, card, and mentalism effects. Simone is a member of the prestigious Academy of Magical Arts at the Magic Castle where she performs in one of the main showrooms, The Parlour of Prestid…
 
One of the funnest interviews I've done. I'm not saying Greg Mania and I became best friends but we are getting matching Ramona Quimby tattoos. Greg Mania is a writer, comedian, and award-winning screenwriter based in New York City. His words have been published in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, O, The Oprah Magazine, PAPER, among other international…
 
This week’s episode is part trip down memory lane with my old friend Spike, and part getting to know a fantastic filmmaker, Kat Alioshin, and her documentary Animation Outlaws. Come experience a small glimpse of the chaotic circus that is Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation. Find Spike: https://spikeandmikesfestivalofanimation.vhx.tv/ Find Kat: …
 
Kaseem Bentley is one hilarious, button pushing, maddening bundle of energy in this, the most chaotic, off the rails episode yet. Give a listen, subscribe, reviews welcome, and be sure to check out his new album “Lakeview” out now on Blonde Medicine records.Par Keith Lowell Jensen
 
Jeffrey Brown conquered the world when he self-published the relationship memoir Clumsy, which earned praise from cartoonists and readers alike, and was eventually picked up by Top Shelf comics. He went on to publish a tall tower of fantastic autobiographical graphic novels, and some very funny books as well. He has also directed a music video for …
 
Stand-up comedian, adventurer, and science enthusiast Shane Mauss has been interviewing scientists each week since 2014. Originally from La Crosse, Wisconsin this former factory worker skipped college to become a comedian. His stand up has been on Comedy Central, Conan, Kimmel, Showtime, and Epix. In the age of podcasting, more people might be fami…
 
Great to talk with Blake Morse about an old love that has recently come back into my life in a big way, video games! Blake is the Reviews Editor for ShackNews.com, one of the longest running video game and tech sites on the internet. He is one half of weirdo music making entity Cartoon ViolencePar Keith Lowell Jensen
 
Wendy and Richard Pini, the creators of Elf Quest talk with Keith about many things, but mostly about that time he "got fresh" with Issue 17 of their comic. ELFQUEST IS THE LONGEST-RUNNING INDEPENDENT FANTASY GRAPHIC NOVEL SERIES IN THE USA, WITH MORE THAN 20 MILLION COMICS, GRAPHIC NOVELS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT. https://elfquest.com…
 
Was a pleasure to talk with Greg Proops about his continuing work with "Whose Line Is It, Anyway" in its various incarnations, how he got started and how he manages to excel at Improv and Stand Up. Most of our talk was a delightful trip down memory lane as we talked about the rich history of stand up comedy, and San Francisco comedy’s golden age. T…
 
I met Andrea Jones-Rooy when I was in Shanghai China for a comedy festival. She was there teaching at a university, performing at a circus themed nightclub, and doing stand up comedy. She’s since moved all of these activities, and strange combinations of them, to New York which is where we caught up with her to get her origin story and to discuss h…
 
Keith Knight is best known for the series Woke on Hulu, but the show comes after decades of building up a strong following for autobiographical comics, The K Chronicles, and his more overtly political single panel comics, (th)ink! I had a chance to chat with Knight from his home in North Carolina about his days as a comic in San Francisco, and abou…
 
Aaron Carnes is the author of In Defense of Ska, from CLASH! Publishing, a book that champions one of the world’s most maligned music genres. Aaron is a music journalist based out of Sacramento, California. His work has appeared in Playboy, Salon, Bandcamp Daily, Sierra Club, Noisey and Sun Magazine. He’s also the music editor at Good Times Santa C…
 
For my first guest I wanted someone special, someone cool, someone awesome, and I achieved this by having the great Anton Barbeau on for a chat. Dig our conversation about his personal history, his stranglehold on the Sacramento music scene in the 90s, and living and creating now in Europe. On his website, it says this about him: “Anton Barbeau pla…
 
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