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My Dining Room Table with Adam Cayton-Holland
82 minutes | Oct 6, 2015
Ep. 60 - The Final Episode
And so we conclude My Dining Room Table. Will I randomly put out an episode when I feel like it, when I have a really good interview to share with the world? Perhaps. Will I do this podcast live at festivals if asked? Probably. Those are fun. But for now, and most likely, forever, this is the last episode of My Dining Room Table, live from the High Plains Comedy Festival. Thanks for listening, everyone. It really has meant a lot to me.
14 minutes | May 27, 2015
Ep. 59 - The Hiatus
And so it has come to this. I'll be taking the summer off of podcasting to focus full time on the production of Those Who Can't. But fear not! New episodes will resume in August/September of 2015. So come back around! In the meantime, have the best summer ever and KIT!
76 minutes | May 12, 2015
Ep. 58 - Noah Gardenswartz
Denver-raised, but groomed by comedy in the amazing scenes of Atlanta and New York, Noah Gardenswartz is a gentle giant with a furious wit. He's also a deeply profound and thoughtful dude. One of my favorite episodes in awhile. Enjoy.
75 minutes | Apr 28, 2015
Ep. 57 - Kevin O'Brien
Kevin O'Brien - ole Kev! - finally takes a seat at the table to pontificate on growing up Cornhusker, college radio and how weird it is when you realize you and your fuck up friends were maybe actually the ones who had it all figured out.
68 minutes | Apr 14, 2015
Ep. 56 - Nick Nunns
I sit down with Nick Nunns, the man behind TRVE brewing, to talk craft-beer, Satan, and how comedy and brewing aren't all that different.
64 minutes | Mar 31, 2015
Ep. 55 - Brooks Wheelan
Gregarious gadabout Brooks Wheelan and I take it to the dining room table to talk Instagram, old explorers of yore and why when performing in a new city you should always, always spring for the rental car.
84 minutes | Mar 18, 2015
Ep. 54 - Nathaniel Rateliff
Nathaniel Rateliff is the most talented singer-songwriter I've ever met and he just so happens to live right down the street. I finally snagged him to talk touring, drinking, cholos and Night Sweats.
72 minutes | Mar 3, 2015
Ep. 53 - Kristin Rand
I pow-wow with Kristin Rand for an exit interview before she departs Denver for LA. We talk SNL 40th Anniversary, how people who are awful on social media are the f-ing worst, and how when you don't know how to end a sketch, you should just sing!
71 minutes | Feb 17, 2015
Ep. 52 - Virgil Dickerson
Greater Than Collective record mogul, former Suburban Home Records guru, and Illegal Pete's all-around good guy Virgil Dickerson gets the Dining Room Table treatment to talk poop stories, learning from your failures and how dim sum hasn't been taken over by hipsters. Yet.
85 minutes | Feb 3, 2015
Ep. 51 - Greg Baumhauer
Wrist Deep Productions founder and the man behind the infamous Squire Lounge open mic, Greg Baumhauer was one of my first true friends in comedy. In this amazing conversation, we look back over our early days in comedy through the lens of Greg's new-found and hard-fought sobriety. Chicago lives!
77 minutes | Jan 20, 2015
Ep. 50 - The Grawlix
Episode Number Fifty! For this special anniversary episode I sit down with my co-horts in The Grawlix Andrew Orvedahl and Ben Roy to talk Those Who Can't, our favorite Grawlix memories, and what habits we have that annoy the bejesus out of one another.
72 minutes | Jan 6, 2015
Ep. 49 - Ben Kronberg
In our Louie/Maron episode Ben Kronberg and I talk coming up together in Denver, career jealousy, making spicy comedy choices and keeping it Christian clean.
61 minutes | Dec 23, 2014
Ep. 48 - Todd Barry
Picture me. Now picture Todd Barry. Now picture me and Todd Barry in a Denver hotel room talking about comedy and Bobby Flay. Can you picture it? You can! Then behold: you have pictured the very episode now in your possesion. Good for you.
69 minutes | Dec 9, 2014
Ep. 47 - Dave Ross
Behold, Dave Ross, in all his deep-voiced glory! From a Colfax hotel room Dave and I discuss being fan-boys of one and other, general podcast weariness, and how a generation of young comedians may be web-policing each other into utter blandness.
67 minutes | Nov 25, 2014
Ep. 46 - Wende Curtis
Wende Curtis is Comedy Works. Comedy Works is Wende Curtis. Get to know the woman behind one of the greatest comedy clubs in the country. And her little dog Lucy.
73 minutes | Nov 11, 2014
Ep. 45 - Matt Braunger
Portland-raised, Chicago-helmed, turned into a goddamn man by Los Angeles, Matt Braunger gets the dining room table treatment and waxes comedic on Korea, mustaches and Big Daddy Kane
89 minutes | Oct 28, 2014
Ep. 44 - John Crist
John Crist is hilarious. In any comedic realm. But he also just so happens to be one of the fastest rising stars in Christian comedy today. We sit down and talk mega-churches, five-tool athletes and Free Willy.
39 minutes | Oct 14, 2014
Ep. 43 - Governor John Hickenlooper
And then the Governor up and comes on your podcast! Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper sat down to the dining room table to discuss sketchy 80's Denver, Kurt Vonnegut and why Peyton Manning is a real class act.
71 minutes | Sep 30, 2014
Ep. 42 - Troy Baxley
Troy Baxley is a Denver legend and he may just be the funniest comedian I've ever met. If you don't know him, your bad. Get to know the man, the myth, the leyenda, as Troy opens up about his past, his comedy career and narrowly surviving a recent brain-swelling that left him in the ICU. Baxley speaks! You should listen.
69 minutes | Sep 17, 2014
Ep. 41 - Live from the High Plains Comedy Festival
Live from Denver's (and my) High Plains Comedy Festival it's My Dining Room Table all up in your face! Coming at you from Mutiny Now bookstore and cafe I welcome Beth Stelling, Nick Thune, Andy Juett, Nate Bargatze, Emily Gordon and last-minute, boy-hero addition Kumail Nanjiani! Bees. Knees.
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