In this conversation I talk with veteran comedian, headliner, and co-founder of the Nerdcore Comedy group, Michael Suarez.Read More
Hey folks, the latest episode of The Palumbo Project is ready for your listening enjoyment and it cannot emphasized enough that this is a big one for me. I had the opportunity to sit down with the founder of Brown Coffee Co. and my personal coffee guru, Aaron Blanco.Read More
Joan Riviera has been entertaining people for over 30 years. She's a veteran with the experience and stories to prove it. She's shared stages with some of the biggest names in music, comedy and movies. And I got to talk with her for over an hour about how she got started, how she built a career and how she's survived the rigorous show business lifestyle.
But even with all of her years in the industry, her own story of growing up and living in a world that didn't understand or accept her sexual identity is more impactful than any show biz anecdote. Joan's ability to channel her personal struggle into her stage persona is a big reason why she's been so influential and accepted in the LGBT community.
As a bonus, I also get a few words with documentary filmmaker, Tania Hajali, who is working on a project that, in part, focuses on Joan's story. Keep an eye out for the finished product later this year. And look forward to an episode where Tania and I talk about her project in depth.Read More
I once wrote of Bob Ramirez that "Bob Ramirez is better at liking comedy than you!" I stand by that statement. That's why I asked him to come hang out and try to answer the question: What is comedy?
Listen in to us pontificate upon the dimensions and parameters of the physics of humor.Read More
In this episode I sit down with veteran comedian Alex Ansel and relative new comer, Jacob Yarbrough, to talk about what it takes to organize, promote and produce a high quality comedy show.Read More