From Indie Bohemians:
Chris Bonno is an artist. He has been drawing his entire life. Growing up in an environment where creativity was encouraged he dove into comedy, film, TV, radio, painting and he’s even belted out a tune or two. A Texas-native, he spent time at UT Austin and was in Houston during the comedy boom and the outlaw movement. Chris along with Carmen Morales and Ron Placone talk Bill Hicks, Sam Kinison, Jonathan Winters, painting, Robert Crumb, Harvey Pekar, Jerry Garcia, Marilyn Monroe and similarities between crafting a painting and crafting a joke. Hear from the man Paul Provenza described as “America’s Noel Fielding.”
Also in Today’s Episode:
Ron checks in regarding the NC Bathroom Bill and Mitt Romney criticizing Donald Trump.
Krish Mohan rocks a FFON and Angie Dorin a Monkey Minute.
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