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Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
Aug 6, 2021
Aug 28, 2021
Sep 17, 2021
Sep 21, 2021
Randy Rainbow Live
Sep 24, 2021
August 6, 2021
They may be small in physical stature, but former software developers Cody Ko and Noel Miller more than make up for it with gigantic personalities and even bigger laughs. Leaving their former career paths in the dust, Ko and Miller joined forces and created The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast to embrace what they already knew - they are without a doubt two of the funniest and most honest people on the internet, and their rising fan base can't get enough. Perfect for a road trip or traffic jams, the rant-based comedy podcast covers topics from Star Wars to Bitcoin, and has even featured a special guest in the form of Post Malone.
August 28, 2021
Mexican star comedian Franco Escamilla heads out on engagements across the States! The portly, bespectacled funnyman is known for his performing troupe La Diablo Squad, and adds a musical influence into his shows, taking his guitar on stage regularly. Also a huge digital trend-setter, he is also known for his comedy radio shows, which has helped build a massive worldwide fanbase in the process. His sarcastic humor and charm make him one of the regions' most well-liked satirists.
September 17, 2021
David Sedaris is a Grammy Award-nominated humorist, writer, comedian, bestselling author, and radio contributor. Much of his humor is drawn from his unconventional North Carolina upbringing, his varied stream of odd-jobs (Christmas elf at Macy's, anyone?) and plays to his self-deprecating strengths, and now often concerns his life today in France with his partner.
September 21, 2021
Coming to prominence in England in 2010 following his self-released trio of dubstep-inspired singles, electronic producer/artist James Blake has won a worldwide following that saw him nominated for a Grammy in 2014 within a relatively short career until then. Now having released his fourth studio album Assume Form in early 2019, Blake is hitting the road to bring his talent and entertainment to you!
September 24, 2021
Randy Rainbow (yes, Rainbow is, in fact, his real last name) was born with the sort of moniker that heralds a glorious purpose in life. The New York comedian found his calling when he released a series of original Broadway-tinged-show-tune and pop spoof videos in response to the theatrics of the 2016 presidential election, going viral and amassing close to a million follows on his social media platforms. Don't miss his biting wit when he hits the road this year, bringing songs like Putin and The Ritz, and How Do You Solve A Problem Like Korea along for the sarcastic ride!
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