Apr 23, 2011
That didn't take as long as I thought.
After finally posting last week's Succotash debut and
getting it linked up with iTunes, I wasn't sure how long it would
take to get the next episode together. Happily, through the
magnificent efforts of show engineer/producer Joe Paulino, it
really only took me getting the next round of comedy podcast clips
together and we were ready to go.
After last week's premiere of Succotash, we got some nice mentions and with those, messages from some farflung podcasters who I hadn't heard of before. Now, there are a pile of established comedy p'casts out there and I'm anxious to showcase some of them. But these podcasters had the moxie to step up to the plate and ask if I'd consider featuring them on the show. AND two of them provided me with 3-5 minute clips of what they considered to be representative of their show. That saves me, booth engineer Kenny, and segment producer Stevie endless time so in they went to this week's show.
Without further ado, here's what is on tap in Episode 2:
• This Week with Larry Miller
• The David Feldman Comedy Podcast
• The Mustache Rangers
• FitzDog Radio
• Read It And Weep
• Comedy A-Go-Go
• The Jimmy Dore Show
• Uhh Yeah Dude
• Kevin Pollak Chat Show
You can click on any of the above show names to go directly to the websites dedicated to those shows. I'm still getting used to remembering about leaving show information, where to find the websites, etc., so I'll ask any comedy podcasters featured on Succotash to please bear with my learning curve.
If you're interested in having a particular podcast featured (yours or just one you enjoy), please contact me at marc@SuccotashShow.com. (Better yet, if you're want to send me a chunk of the show, around 3-5 minutes long, that will help my decision-making process immensely!)
Thanks again to engineer/producer Joe Paulino and musical director Scott Carvey.
Until next time, pass the Succotash!
— Marc Hershon
LAST WORD: I was hoping to have a Special Guest with me to co-host this episode — we were all ready to go with that plan — but then we decided to streamline our workflow in assembling the show this week and it felt it would be easier to work the bugs out of the system without having to infringe on our guest's time. I don't want to over-promise, as schedules change without warning, but will nevertheless tease that we will LIKELY have an SNL graduate on-hand in Studio P (The Home of The Hit!) with our next edition.