What’s The Deal With Creativity?

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After years of writing jokes about kitties and titties, the doom cloud of Columbus comedy recorded his first CD at the Short North Stage. This interview was before his CD recording on April 1st, but Roller Coaster is available for download ever
This episode was recorded live at the first Columbus Podcast Festival. Zach Hannah, a local poet, performs two original pieces; the Zen Guide to Masturbation and Karate. Zach then joins Brian in a discussion about poetry writing and performing
Brian interviews Todd Rector and Briden Schueren from BrickBox studios about their Jump into Spring art gallery. The purpose of which is for artists to come out of hibernation and present their first big work of the year. Todd and Briden share
During the Have You Seen My Mom? tour, Brian and Amber met Katlin and Candice on a Rocketship Comedy show in Indianapolis. After hanging out at the show Brian and Amber came over for a day to podcast that ultimately a forged a new friendship. T
Whether you know Casey from Electro Cult Circus or Oddfellows Oddities, there is no question that he is tapped into the creative scene in Columbus. He has dedicated his career to not only make good music but to make meaningful connections to su
Brian’s thrilled to talk to Miller and The Hunks about their concept EP Would You Like to Yes? making music for their upcoming recording, and their next steps to breaking out in Columbus, and then the world! Find Miller and The Hunks on Faceboo
Can art exist in hell? Can art help you see past the worst mistake in your life? Is it possible to connect with the greatest rejects of society? In this live episode of the podcast, Brian talks on the phone with Dean Preston, an artist from the
Silence is Death exhibition explores the social and political role of creatives to ignite change, empower the people, and challenge hatred in our community. Brian Doney talks to Dede Parker, a photographer, and contributor to the Silence is Dea
Brian Durkin is a Philadelphia-based comic who shares Brian’s love for podcasting, producing, and stand up. The two talk in depth about open mics, writing, and getting your name out there. Brian Durkin is the creator of the Fully Belly Laughs p
February 10th at the Vanderelli room is the 4th year of Dark Love. An art show that examines some of the most devious and dangerous methods we go through to get what we most desire. A.J. Vanderelli and Tona Pearson, curators and paritcipants in
Carlos Teel is arguably one of the best joke writers in the city, he spends most of the year writing and doesn’t come out until his high standards are met. You’re going to hear all about Carlos’s writing habits as well as hear stories about the
New year, old guest! The groundbreaking Amazing Cat Show returns to raise more money for Colony Cats by selling cat art. Hear about the results from last year’s show and what new, amazing cat related things we can expect this year. Tona Pearson
Brian begins the interview asking Luke about writing new material since his CD recording. Luke then talks about his experiences starting out as a comedian in London and finding a niche audience with his YouTube channel. The comedians wrap up wi
Jacob Huffstetler talks about his role on the Sounds of Bustown podcast and learning how to work with others in his band. They discuss the relationship between comedy and music. Jacob also reflects on his own decisions throughout his career as
This special edition of What’s The Deal has guest Gavin Haab, a stranger, who listened to Brian’s debut album My Mom’s Dead. Gavin gives his honest review about the best and worst parts of the album which gives Brian a lot to think about before
Brian gets a crash course in belly dancing from Athena, Lisa, and Mira founders of the hip art collective. They go over a lot about what belly dancing is traditionally, and how does a dancer go about crafting a new routine. The hip art collecti
The Improv scene has been a growing community in Columbus and now it’s about to get a little bigger. Tara DeFrancisco and Rance Rizzutto are both world class improvisers from Chicago that have decided to give Columbus talent a professional home
Over the last six years Ohio State students have been getting together to tell jokes. They all start out learning with their weekly workshops and open mics, while some have ended up being finalists in the Columbus Funny Bone Competition, open f
The world needs that guy to make fun, the guy that life just shits on, like George from Seinfeld, Meg from Family Guy, or Sweet Dee from Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Lucas Weese, creator of Battle Blakes, made a game inspired by that guy. Alon
Ever thought about getting together to paint in the park? Painting and drinking at bars? Or even just have a party with tie dye shirts? Maybe not, but you probably want to now. All those ideas are actual events happening in Columbus over the ne
Punk band Blatant Finger has a tight album Full On Empty but where do they go from there? What did they learn from this one to top themselves next time? Brian Doney asks these questions to band members Tom Barrett, Marc Cerana, Cary Aldridge, a
Despite winning the Columbus Funny Bone competition Henry Allen is still learning who he is as a comedian and a person. Henry connects with Brian Doney about how they both began stand up at 17 and the crazy lessons they’ve learned about comedy
Brian Doney noticed that after drinking for a year he didn’t learn much about it because people would give advice while he was drunk. So this time Brian asked the Bossy Grrl’s bartender, Griffin Browning, if he could interview him about the art
Before recently moving to New Orleans, Lauren Bencaz became one of Columbus’ favorite stand up comedians with her tired baby persona and a vocal fry voice that is actually her real voice! On the show she talks about starting out, her stories of
Reposting a podcast about Mitch Hedberg’s life and comedy. This was originally posted a year ago with guests Bianca Moore and Becky Brown talking about what Mitch Hedberg meant for them. Whether you’re a Mitch Hedberg fan or new to him this is
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