56 min

Bruce McCulloch & Folk Lordz The Canadian Star System with Steve Patterson

    • Society & Culture

This week, Steve and Diana chat with Canadian sketch comedy royalty, Bruce McCulloch of Kids in the Hall. Bruce talks about what it’s like to be back together again for the Amazon reboot of Kids in the Hall, how writing for SNL created his lifelong commitment to KITH and why he develops new sketch talent with groups like TallBoyz and the featured guests he introduces us to, Folk Lordz.


Todd Houseman & Ben Gorodetsky started as an improv duo called Folk Lordz in Edmonton and quickly pivoted to creating digital sketches that reflect their urban-Indigenous and Russian-Jewish-Canadian roots. Their absurd and darkly satirical 18-part sketch series caught the eye of Bruce McCulloch and we’re thrilled he introduced them to us and the world!


To learn more about Bruce McCulloch follow him on the socials at:
Twitter @BrucioMcCulloch


And to learn more about Folk Lordz, check out their website at: www.folklordz.com


To watch the sketch ‘Statues’ references in the interview, click on this! The Statue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGBDjT__sJo


Twitter: @folklordz Instagram: @folklordz


HOST: Steve Patterson (Twitter: @patterballs)


PRODUCER & CO-HOST: Diana Frances (Twitter @dianafrancesvan)


TECHNICAL PRODUCER: Donovan Deschner from Fracture A Femur Productions (www.fractureafemur.com)


MUSIC BY: Imagine Sound Studios (www.imaginesoundstudios.com)
 
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This week, Steve and Diana chat with Canadian sketch comedy royalty, Bruce McCulloch of Kids in the Hall. Bruce talks about what it’s like to be back together again for the Amazon reboot of Kids in the Hall, how writing for SNL created his lifelong commitment to KITH and why he develops new sketch talent with groups like TallBoyz and the featured guests he introduces us to, Folk Lordz.


Todd Houseman & Ben Gorodetsky started as an improv duo called Folk Lordz in Edmonton and quickly pivoted to creating digital sketches that reflect their urban-Indigenous and Russian-Jewish-Canadian roots. Their absurd and darkly satirical 18-part sketch series caught the eye of Bruce McCulloch and we’re thrilled he introduced them to us and the world!


To learn more about Bruce McCulloch follow him on the socials at:
Twitter @BrucioMcCulloch


And to learn more about Folk Lordz, check out their website at: www.folklordz.com


To watch the sketch ‘Statues’ references in the interview, click on this! The Statue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGBDjT__sJo


Twitter: @folklordz Instagram: @folklordz


HOST: Steve Patterson (Twitter: @patterballs)


PRODUCER & CO-HOST: Diana Frances (Twitter @dianafrancesvan)


TECHNICAL PRODUCER: Donovan Deschner from Fracture A Femur Productions (www.fractureafemur.com)


MUSIC BY: Imagine Sound Studios (www.imaginesoundstudios.com)
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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