This Clean Comedy Time Podcast episode is a replay of one of our favorites, Kyle Yamada. Kyle Yamada, or “Mountain Rice Paddy,” is from South Dakota. We last spoke with Kyle in December 2020 when he had just recorded his DryBar special. Since then, he’s become the owner of Gutty’s Comedy Club in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He’s continued touring, and about 800 days later – his DryBar special is out! You can find Kyle’s special – Midwest Sushi – right now on the DryBar app. Kyle shares his struggle with stereotypes, love languages, and inconsistent accents. Let’s revisit our talk with him about the good, the bad and the funny.
DryBar: Kyle Yamada – Midwest Sushi
You can find Kyle Yamada on his website: https://www.kyleyamadacomedy.com
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Jason Earls who doesn’t live to make you laugh; he makes you laugh to help you live. We talk with him about the good, the bad, and the funny, Fathers’ Day, and Juneteenth.
Find Jason on his website:
@Jasonearls just about everywhere
The book we mentioned:
A Country of Strangers: Blacks and Whites in America
David K. Shipler
Please find it at your local bookstore
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Mary Santora. Her comedy is slightly dark and incredibly quick and her debut album “Hillbilly Boujee” hit #1 on both iTunes and Amazon, and #5 on Billboard with tracks heard regularly on SiriusXM. Mary joined us at the Gilda’s LaughFest Recovery Showcase and we talk with her about the good, the bad, and the funny.
Get Mary Santora’s Album “Hillbilly Bougee” on BandCamp
Mary Santora LinkTree
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Matt Conn. Matt is a Detroit based comic, a veteran of the World Famous Hollywood Comedy Store and a regular at Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle where he was a finalist in the Detroit to L.A. competition. We’re going to talk with him about the good, the bad, and the funny.
Find Matt on Facebook
On his YouTube Channel
See an animated version of his stall bit
In this special Clean Comedy Time Podcast episode, we’re introducing you to another podcast Aaron Sorrels is doing with Jason Earls about the Soapstone Comedy Club in Horizon Worlds, Well MetaVersed. You can find episodes on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.
In this episode of Well MetaVersed – Drama Driven Culture.
Jason Earls is a gifted storyteller, comedian, actor, and author with the unique ability to connect to the heart of ALL people. Jason is the star of the weekly TV series “Kids Beach Club” which airs nationally and is the winner of four prestigious Telly Awards for excellence in television programming. When he’s not on stage, he’s most likely spending time with his bride of over 20 years, Terri, and their beautiful children. Jason is on a mission: He doesn’t live to make you laugh; he makes you laugh to help you live!
Known as the Unemployed Alcoholic, Aaron Sorrels helps people laugh while sharing his journey through addiction and recovery. Aaron is the cofounder and cohost of Clean Comedy Time, the cohost of the Well MetaVersed podcast, and the world creator of the soapstone comedy club in Horizon Worlds, a virtual reality comedy club with over 10,000 visitors each week.
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Maher Matta. Maher has been making people laugh since elementary school and these days he performs around the country, he has a top-5 DryBar special, Personally speaking and is a regular at the Arab American Comedy Festival at New York’s Gotham Comedy Club. We talk with him about the good, the bad, and the funny.
Maher Matta joins Clean Comedy Time on April 23 – The Playhouse at Whitelake
Find Maher Matta on his new website mahermatta.com
Stream his DryBar Special – Personally Speaking
Comedian Maher Matta on Facebook
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Rebecca Concepcion. She loves coffee, travel, reading, and her daughter, in that order. We talk with her about the good, the bad, and the funny.
You can find Rebecca on Facebook.
Check out her New Faces of Comedy show, every-other Wednesdays – JP’s West at 22234 W Warren Ave, Detroit MI 48239
See Rebecca Concepcion at the Clean Comedy Time show, April 23 – The Playhouse at Whitelake
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is David Steves! David is based in Kalamazoo, a veteran of the United States Army, and a single dad. We talk to him about the good, the bad, and the funny.
We get to learn about engagement, which David defines as “Getting others to operate, not from how they do individually, but how we’re all going to achieve together.”
David joins us on a show, April 23 at The Playhouse at Whitelake.
Contact David Steves by email.
And, find him at Demented Peach Productions.
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Steve Jerk! Steve is an Indianapolis based comic, single-father, male nurse, and man of faith. We talk with him about the good, the bad, and the funny. We also talk about singing telegrams, and fundraising.
Book Steve Jerk through Gig Salad.
Don’t miss the 2022 Laugher RX Symposium at Laugh Fest.
Friday, March 18 at 8:30 a.m. for a symposium at Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids!
Both in person and live virtual broadcast options are available.
Earn 3 Continuing Education Credits in nursing or social work!
and we mentioned some books about fundraising by Patrick McLaughlin.
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Joby Saad. Joby grew up in Nashville performing magic shows for kids birthday parties until abracadabra – comedy! Today Joby is also known as the Village Idiot, has a video series called “Videots” and a new DryBar Special. We’re going to talk to him about the good, the bad, and the funny.
Find Joby Saad on his website:
Be sure to watch his DryBar Special – Joby Saad, Village Idiot.