7.) LOREN HUTTON AND RICKY GLORE 2

Our hosts are back for an episode where they discuss what it's like to have a knee jerk reaction to a stand up comic who may not be traditionally performing a conventional act. Are all musically inclined comedians cringeworthy? Are comics too harsh on someone who doesn't just go up and "tell jokes?"

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6.) Geoff Tate

Cincinnati-based comedian Geoff Tate shares his story of what it was like grinding in Ohio and taking the leap to LA, where he has been fortunate to appear performing his comedy on numerous late night shows. Geoff can be seen touring regularly with Doug Stanhope, Tom Segura and Doug Benson.

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5.) Erica Rhodes

A juggernaut rising in the comedy world, Erica Rhodes is no stranger to performing live. From starting off on stage as a member of The Prairie Home Companion on NPR as a kid, to stretching her comedy legs with stand up, Erica details what it's like to make the transition from actress to comedian. Her new comedy album, SAD LEMON released on June 18th by Helium Records, can now be purchased where all fine comedy albums are found.

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4.) Gabe Kea

Family man, frequent guest on THE BOB AND TOM SHOW, proud Canadian, Gabe Kea tells us his stand up comedy origin story and how the world of comedy has changed for him after having a daughter. 

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3.) Jimmy Pardo

Quick talking, wise cracking, host of the award winning podcast Never Not Funny, takes us through the earliest days of his career, to being a warm up comic for Conan, and to what it takes to truly offend an audience member.

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