During the Have You Seen My Mom? tour, Brian and Amber met Katlin and Candice on a Rocketship Comedy show in Indianapolis. After hanging out at the show Brian and Amber came over for a day to podcast that ultimately a forged a new friendship. They discuss the Indianapolis comedy scene, sketch writing, and podcasting.
Can art exist in hell? Can art help you see past the worst mistake in your life? Is it possible to connect with the greatest rejects of society? In this live episode of the podcast, Brian talks on the phone with Dean Preston, an artist from the Marion Correctional Facility about the creative process inside the walls of hell.
I’ll be at the Funny Stop in Cuyahoga Falls with Amber Falter on March 15th!
I’ll be at Little Rock bar hosted by Johnny Philips March 16th!
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 of men to speak up against sexual abuse.
Jacob Huffstetler talks about his role on the Sounds of Bustown podcast and learning how to work with others in his band. They discuss the relationship between comedy and music. Jacob also reflects on his own decisions throughout his career as a local musician from high school marching band to Skashank Redemption.
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 Parsons.
Over the last six years Ohio State students have been getting together to tell jokes. They all start out learning with their weekly workshops and open mics, while some have ended up being finalists in the Columbus Funny Bone Competition, open for Dan St. Germain, and even be a part of the Arch City Comedy Festival. Listen to how some of the students from this organization used the club to reach some of their comedy goals with Georgia Barnes, Ricky Mulvey, and Evelyn Troutman.
The world needs that guy to make fun, the guy that life just shits on, like George from Seinfeld, Meg from Family Guy, or Sweet Dee from Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Lucas Weese, creator of Battle Blakes, made a game inspired by that guy. Along with producers Nate and Ben, as well as special guest co-host Griffin Browning, Brian interviews Lucas as they play the Columbus board game about making fun of each other: Battle Blakes!