Haywood Turnipseed Jr for Color Commentary
Rick Taylor for We Fought The Big One
Bill Metzger for laughs
Mike Smith for Salt Lake City
Andrew Bucket for springtime advice
Lies About for music
Ryan McLaughlin for Blues Traveler
Wonderland Ballroom for venue
D.C. for city
The Washington Post let me make a mix based on the weather. Probably because my last name is Wetherbee. I like the photo and the photo credit.
Landlady for music
The New Movement for venue
Austin for city.
Thanks to our sponsors:
Songs and Seeds: A Tribute to Pete Seeger recorded Sunday, March 16 to a capacity crowd on the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center is now available to watch. Thanks to Jonny Grave for letting me host. Thanks to me for referencing Jane's Addition 3x.
Chris Kelly covered SXSW Music for FACT Magazine. We talk about his experience in Austin interviewing 20+ rappers in 72 hours.
The closing track is "Satellites" by Kevin Gates.
I'm writing about my experience at SXSW Interactive. Here's the second entry.
I'm writing about my experience at SXSW Interactive. Here's the first entry.
This Sunday evening I'll be hosting Songs and Seeds: A Tribute to the Life, Work, and Music of Pete Seeger at the Kennedy Center. It's a free show and will stream live and can be viewed on demand the following day. Please attend/watch/listen.
The first 8x8 in Brooklyn is next Tuesday, February 25 at Pete's Candy Store. Performers include Ned Hepburn, Peter Heyneman, Matteo Lane, Will Miles, Nick Mullen and Brooke Van Poppelen.
Due to snow in D.C., YMTE at the Traverse City Winter Comedy Arts Festival has been cancelled. No flights out of D.C. = no show. I'm sorry. This really sucks. Hopefully we can do 2015 and it won't be snowing in the middle of February. If you're in Michigan, go to the festival and say hello to Tia and give her nice things like handshakes and money and stuff.
Dana Fleitman for stand up
Haywood Turnipseed Jr for Color Commentary and Headlines
Bob Dylan for ads
Pleasure Curses for music
Jamel Johnson for announcer and 22 years
Ian Graham for Blues Traveler and 22 years
Wonderland Ballroom for venue and 22 years
D.C. for city