Silence is Death exhibition explores the social and political role of creatives to ignite change, empower the people, and challenge hatred in our community. Brian Doney talks to Dede Parker, a photographer, and contributor to the Silence is Death gallery about how photography opens up hearts, the role of nudity in art, and the importance … More Episode 34 – Silence Is Death
Carlos Teel is arguably one of the best joke writers in the city, he spends most of the year writing and doesn’t come out until his high standards are met. You’re going to hear all about Carlos’s writing habits as well as hear stories about the Columbus comedy scene from a decade ago. Please come … More Episode 31 – Carlos Teel
This special edition of What’s The Deal has guest Gavin Haab, a stranger, who listened to Brian’s debut album My Mom’s Dead. Gavin gives his honest review about the best and worst parts of the album which gives Brian a lot to think about before he starts his month long tour next week. My Mom’s … More Episode 27 – My Mom’s Dead
Comedians try to get serious about what Political Correctness is. Talking about where the line for Political Correctness stands in politics, professional, and personal life. And tell stories about how Political Correctness has affected their standup careers. Hosted by Griffin Browning and Pat Deering, this episode of FiliBUSTED! features: Becky Brown, Angie Healey, and Zach … More Political Corretcness FiliBUSTED! Episode 6
Before recently moving to New Orleans, Lauren Bencaz became one of Columbus’ favorite stand up comedians with her tired baby persona and a vocal fry voice that is actually her real voice! On the show she talks about starting out, her stories of becoming a stand up comedian, her writing process, and what she is … More Episode 18 – Lauren Bencaz
Daidria Eckels has been transitioning from freelance/commission art work back to creating art for herself and the results are: Truth. Daidria enjoys challenging the world to acknowledge true life experiences, emotions, and values. Usually creating shocking but brave and insightful self-portraits. Daidria Eckels has most of her art on her website here! You can also … More Episode 14 – Daidria Eckels
With new theme music from Soundtrack ’96 Brooke Cartus talks about being a lesbian comedian-lawyer-singer Lady. Brooke goes into depth about PC crowds, handling hecklers, and developing a stage persona. Brooke Cartus has a CD Size L for Lady available on iTunes, a column available at Outlook Ohio Dyke Like Me, and will be headlining Camelot Cellars February … More Episode 13 – Brooke Cartus
Peter Brieck is the 2015 Fall Winner of the Funniest Person in Columbus Competition! He talks about doing physical comedy in his act and how he writes for it. As Peter evolves more as a comedian he wants to address more serious topics in his life on stage and how it can be difficult to … More Episode 11 – Peter Brieck
Tiffany Harrell is the creative mind behind TiffaZilla Designs. She specializes in using color pencil, pastel, airbrush, and charcoal. Her theme is to use vibrant colors to help reveal the light within darkness. She discusses on crossing art mediums, paying attention to yourself to find an artistic voice, and using honesty to create good art. … More Episode 9 – Tiffany “TiffaZilla” Harrell
Ten years ago a great comedian died. Three nameless comedians (Brian Doney, Becky Brown, and Bianca Moore, there I named them.) come together today to discuss the bond formed by him and how his work and will has affected all of them. Please, give it up for Mitch Hedberg.
Comedians Jared Gill & Seth Cameron George-I Edwards and 5 Minute High Club member Ember Ollom join me in the 5 Minutes or Less studio mobile unit up in Bowling Green. Two weeks left of my Tuesday open-mic Comedy at the Mezz at Capital University before the semester ends! My birthday roast The Fryin’ of … More Arsoning With Friends
Back of the Room Since I first started going to open-mics it’s been easy to tell which comics are admired by their peers and the rest who are reproached or ignored. You can tell by turning to look at how many comics are standing at the back of the room near the exit. You’d think it’d be awkward to be crowding … More Gossip Comics
Hosting I recently saw that the host of a show I’ve performed at before was punched because he took the mic from a comedian who was breaking the no dirty material rule that particular venue has. All I could think was: That’s nothing compared to a host’s usual emotional beating. I’ve been fortunate enough to develop a … More Please, Don’t Punch Your Host.
Part one of the new series APHISM (A Pizza History In Secret Memory) premieres this week with Brent Wooldridge! Also please come out to Capital University’s Comedy at the Mezz open-mic show every Tuesday at 8:30pm! This week’s song “Ain’t Easy Bein’ Easy” by Pam Tillis was brought to us by Random Song of the Day. Please tweet or comment more … More Aphism pt. 1 Racing Stripes
This week’s guest is the mysterious stand-up comedian Peter Brieck. This week’s song was Beez In The Trap by Nicki Minaj Please comment or tweet your favorite songs to be featured on the podcast! *The tapping sound is Peter clicking a pen. Thanks for listening!
June is turning out to be one of my busiest months. Not only am I working hard to generate more material for people to enjoy but I get to use the craft that I’ve been perfecting over the past few months at so many venues. I’m definitely proud and happy at the good fortune of … More Upcoming Shows for June!
Brian Doney has seen at comedy clubs across the Midwest, including Wiley’s in Dayton and the Columbus Funny Bone. Brian’s humor has also made him a favorite at colleges like Capital University and Ohio State. Recently, Brian Doney released his debut album My Mom’s Dead and co-headlined the Have You Seen My Mom? tour with … More Bio