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At17 with Leslie Goshko and Gary Burton
53 minutes | Feb 1, 2022
5: Leslie Goshko
It's been a while! Welcome back to At17. After a long absence, we decided to reintroduce the show to you with 2 episodes where we interview each other. First up, our very own Leslie Goshko tells of how her turbulent life as a teenager in Chicago gave way to a less-than-ordinary time at college before meeting her husband Kyle and embarking on a life together in New York, sparked by an appearance on Broadway in the musical Hairspray. You'll hear about her long-running and much-loved storytelling night Sideshow Goshko, appearances with The Loser's Lounge and her Saturday residency at Manhattan's premiere piano karaoke bar, Sid Gold's Request Room.
68 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
4: At17 with Leslie Goshko and Gary Burton. Ep.4 - Kevin Allison
Kevin Allison is a comedian, writer and actor. He is perhaps best known as a writing and performing member of The State on MTV. Popular sketches on the show starring Allison include "Taco Man," "Mr. Magina", "Dreamboy", and "The Jew, the Italian, and the Redhead Gay". Allison came out as gay to the national media at the age of 24 when The State began airing in 1994. Allison created and hosts the uncensored weekly audio podcast RISK!, a storytelling show "where people tell true stories they never thought they'd dare to share." RISK! is also a monthly live show in New York City and Los Angeles. Allison tours to other cities with the show on a consistent basis as well. The live show debuted in August 2009 at Arlene's Grocery in New York and moved to Joe's Pub in October with guests like Margaret Cho, Rachel Dratch, Michael Ian Black, Andy Borowitz, and Janeane Garofalo dropping their usual material for a night to tell unusually honest and often embarrassing stories.
39 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
3: At17 with Leslie Goshko and Gary Burton. Ep3. Francesco Marciuliano
Francesco Marciuliano is the writer of the syndicated comic strips Sally Forth and Judge Parker. Marciuliano also wrote The New York Timesbestselling book I Could Pee on This and Other Poems by Cats (2013), the national bestseller I Could Chew on This and Other Poems by Dogs(2013), and I Knead My Mommy and Other Poems by Kittens (2014). He also writes and draws the satiric webcomic Medium Large.
50 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
2: At17 with Leslie Goshko & Gary Burton. Ep.2 - Joe McGinty
Joe McGinty is most widely known for his association as the keyboardist for The Psychedelic Furs He is also the founder of the popular New York-based Loser's Lounge tribute series. He runs a piano bar, Sid Gold's Request Room with co-owner Paul Devitt with locations and Manhattan and Detroit. McGinty has also worked with Ryan Adams, The Ramones, Nada Surf, Kevin Ayers, Martha Wainwright, Die Monster Die, Devendra Banhart, Ronnie Spector, Jesse Malin, Amy Rigby, Space Hog and others. He has composed music for independent films and TV shows, including HBO's G String Divas. McGinty has worked alternately as musical director for a variety of New York theaters, including the Vineyard Theatre and the New York Theater Workshop.
49 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
1: At17 with Leslie Goshko & Gary Burton. Ep.1 - Catie Lazarus
Sadly, Catie passed away in December, 2020. We'd like to keep this episode active as a fond tribute to her memory. Thanks for the laughter, L & G xx Catie Lazarus was the creator of the podcast, "Employee Of The Month" and was a writer and talk show host. She has contributed to The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Marie-Claire, The Daily Beast, Cosmo, Out Magazine, The Forward, Bust Magazine, Slate, The New York Post, Sundance Channel, IFC, UCB Videos and Funny or Die, and contributed essays to multiple anthologies.
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