From Indie Bohemians: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/indiebohemians/episodes/2017-05-25T11_18_56-07_00 Felicia Michaels is an American stand-up comedian. She was nominated twice for Funniest Female Comic by the American Comedy Awards; in 1999 she won the award. She has…
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From Indie Bohemians: Listen Here Hayride Casualities are a folk-rock outfit out of Brooklyn with a new album, “Fossil Fuel Kid,” coming out soon. As the new album addresses issues of fracking,…
From Indie Bohemians: In a rare on-site documentation episode, Ron Placone attends Climate Revolution Los Angeles on October 23 in MacArthur Park. The event was to promote the new film by Josh…
Svetlanas are an Italian punk band that tours the world relentlessly. Their front-woman, Olga, was banned from Russia. We talk about why…
Rhonny Dam just wrote her first book, An Atypical Chick. Rhonny describes herself as a gay man trapped in a woman’s body. She does not understand the want to have children, and she is especially out of place at baby showers.
Tom Reynolds is the Program Director of FYINation, a budding Progressive Online Radio Network in Flint, MI.
Marine Craven is the lead singer of the band Voodoo Kills. Marine grew up in a small village in France where her Gypsy parents introduced her to Ouija boards and the Supernatural at a young age. Later, her older brother introduced her to punk and rock n roll.
Jim Gilliam is an activist, Internet enthusiast, entrepreneur, and has been involved in some incredible projects. On top of all that he has battled cancer multiple times since the age of 18, grew up in a strict Evangelical household
From Indie Bohemians: Ryan Leone got his first story published when he was 9-years-old. From that point on he knew he wanted to be a writer. Then he discovered alcohol, then…
From Indie Bohemians: Tara Devlin is a highly successful blogger, show host and comic. She was born and raised in New York City where her early years were not the easiest. She…
The Sunday Assembly was started by Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans, two comedians who were on the way to a gig in Bath when they discovered they both wanted to do something that was like church but totally secular and inclusive of all—no matter what they believed.
The First Tattoo Artist to do Late Night, the Man Rolling Stone dubbed the next Bukowski, Jonathan Shaw
Jonathan Shaw is a writer and a tattoo artist. He is arguably the most famous tattoo artist in the world, he is without a doubt the first tattoo artist to do late night television.
Sitting in an empty Flappers’ Comedy Club in Burbank, we discuss the early days of YouTube in which Troy saw some success playing Jesus
This year, over 1,000 people that you and I have never heard of run for President. This week’s guest, Craig Tomashoff drove across the country and met some of these people.
To oppose and supplant the mythological narratives of the past, and the dogmas of the present, the world needs an institution devoted to promoting science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. The Center for Inquiry is that institution.
Chris Edgerly is a Voice Actor. He has been doing VO work since the late 90s. He started in the world of stand-up comedy in Athens, GA and after a decade on the road came to LA with the intention of switching to a VO career.
Eric Schwartz is a musical satirist. He tours the US and Europe bringing his music to every audience he can find. He’s been playing music and comedy venues nationally for fifteen years
Ian Gutoskie is a comedian. Not too long ago he was diagnosed as Bipolar II. Since then, he has incorporated mental health information into his act and website.
Thai grew up in a small(ish) town in Arizona. He is Mexican and Gay. He is no stranger to discrimination. His outspoken style has, at times, found him at odds with members of the LGBT community and others, even costing him work.
From the Indie Bohemians: Anthony Marks is a guitarist, songwriter and producer. He’s based in LA and from there originally. Currently, he is the guitarist for Mad Revival and he works on…
We talk about the mechanics of the BBC, the concept of having a national media network not motivated by profit, creating science-influenced content, doing comedy in a country different from that of your birth and at the end we get in a heated discussion about the flaws of the US Healthcare system and why a Universal system would be a better model.
Fan of the Merry Pranksters? Want to learn more about what the movement is? Milton Rosenberg is a poet, creator and Festival Producer. He was on the Merry Prankster Bus in 2014 after successfully applying.
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.
Raja Michael is an activist who has traveled to different parts of the world and worked for various NGOs and non-profits. While she has had many positive experiences, she has also experienced racism, sexism, and corrupt flaws in various systems.
Ron Placone and Carmen Morales attend the NAB Conference in Las Vegas. During the conference they create an on-site documentary of a Q & A with FCC Chairman, Tom Wheeler.