The official podcast of The New York Comedy Club
CEO of Big Laugh Comedy, Brandon Lewin stops by the studio and talks shop with Emillo and Nick. Brandon has taken the Austin comedy scene by storm by creating one of the best comedy brands in the entire country. By providing opportunities for comics and creating a community, it's no wonder Austin is being called the "3rd coast."
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After a year of being closed, the New York Comedy Clubs are finally ready to reopen. Even though it's not too full compacity, it's a step in the right direction. Emilio and Scott tell Nick about the obstacles, hurdles, and frustrations that come with re-opening after such a long absence. Plus the NYCC Presents Sessions, comes out April 2nd. The mash-up of comedy and music like it's never been done before ft. James Matt...
Owner of the legendary Comic Strip Live, Richie Tienken passed away and Scot and Emilio remember and pay respect to a man who has in many ways help shape the foundation of The New York Comedy Club. It's no secret that many of us here at the club cut our teeth in the comedy world promoting for the Strip and in this episode, we reminisce about some of those past times. Plus we talk about the "Save Our Stages" Act that se...
Emilio and The Commissioner of Comedy, James Mattern, record an episode in the car on their way to The Atlantic City Comedy Club. This episode gets back to basics and the roots of comedy... sitting in a car ride, cutting it up!
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Soul Joel's Comedy Club has been thriving during the past year in Royersford PA, and the man behind it all, Joel Richardson is our guest on this episode to talk all about it. We discuss surviving the pandemic, the "Big Jay" incident, all that sand, and the Commissioner of Comedy himself, James Mattern, even makes a cameo.
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The first episode of the new year and we're off to a... well, rough start. We discuss the benefits of living in a "comedy world" and how the ability to poke fun at tumultuous times is actually therapeutic, but also discuss the pitfalls it may cause. We also examine what it takes for a comedian to be able to be fearless on stage and toe the line between comedy and offensive material. Plus the #SaveOurStages Act has recei...
We talk comedy specials on this episode. The Daily Show's Michael Kosta just released his new Comedy Central special that was partially filmed at the club. But that's not the only special, both Brendan Sagalow and Eric Neumann have recorded an album during the pandemic at one of our rooftop shows, as well as Neko White doing a new, innovative, recording at Pinch Studios. His new special, Dark Out can be found on YouTube
The New York Comedy Club Podcast is back with a brand new format. Join host Nick Angelo as he sits down with the owners of the New York Comedy Club, Scott Lindner and Emilio Savone. In this episode, they discuss the current state of stand-up comedy clubs and buckle down for what appears to be a second lockdown.
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Fellow Paperhouse Network member, Neko White comes into the studio to talk about his brand new podcast, One Piece of Mind, and his latest album that he filmed and recorded inside Pinch Recording. However, Neko and Nick first talk about the recent #SaveNYComedy rally and get into an in-depth conversation about social injustice, #BlackLivesMatter, and the problems of the system itself.
Newest members to Paperhouse Network, Andras Jones and Bryan Connolly talk to Nick about their extremely positive podcast, The World is Wrong. Taking a look at some unpopular opinions on film, the duo brings a "no argument" approach to movie criticism and find themselves defending Adam Sandler movies, among many others. Movie fans, art critics, and anyone who just likes a good positive conversation, this is the episode for ...
Fellow Paperhouse Network member, James Mattern comes into the studio to talk about his podcast, The Commissioner of Comedy, where he explains the unwritten rules of the comedy business. James is one of the most well-respected comics in NYC and has many years of stage time, green room hangs, and road work that makes him an expert in the field. Nick and James also play the new segment, Embarrassments and Regrets! Plus there's so...
Brendan Sagalow was our first guest when the quarantine started and after 5 months, we check back in with him. The first "in-person" guest in almost half a year, Nick and Brendan are just happy to be in the same room together. Sagalow tells a crazy story about passing out at the doctor's office, maintaining his mental health, and Nick unveils a NEW SEGMENT called, "Embarrassments and Regrets."
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The country is slowly opening back up, and so is the comedy world. Owner and operator of The Laugh Factory Chicago, Curtis Shaw Flagg talks with Nick about breathing life back into comedy clubs, the safety precautions that come with it, and how good it feels to just laugh again. Curtis also talks about the Chi-town comedy scene and who to keep an eye on from the windy city!
Mike Cannon talks with Nick about his new movie, Timing (on Amazon), and the similarities of the character to his real life in stand-up comedy. Cannon also discusses his future in acting, the pain and pleasure of re-visiting his old jokes for the movie, and how life can easily get in the way of following your dreams.
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