Speaking with some of the most interesting creators within North Texas and beyond.
Carl LaBove Re-Release
This episode is a re-release of episode 19 with guest comedian, actor, and musician Carl LaBove. He was born in Fort Worth, Texas. At 19 years old, he discovered stand up comedy with the man who would become his best friend, Sam Kinison. Together and along with Bill Hicks, they were founding members of “The Outlaws of Comedy.”
056 - Comedian Darryl Littleton
This episode's guest is comedian Darryl Littleton, who began his comedy career writing sketches for “The Tom Joyner Morning Show” on CBS Radio. Soon afterwards he became a regular at the world famous Comedy Store, adopted the stage name, “D’Militant” and landed a job as D. L. Hughley’s exclusive writer when he hosted BET’s “Comic View”.
We discuss his beginnings in comedy, getting his start in media, being a writer and performer, and so much more on episode 56 of The Avert Your Eyes Pod
Comedian Tony Casillas
This episode's guest is comedian Tony Casillas, who started performing stand up comedy in Dallas, Texas, during his senior year in college by going on stage and telling stories about his life, and has had the opportunity to open for comics like Jim Jeffries, Tj Miller, Orny Adams, Theo Von and Bobcat Goldthwait.
We discuss what drew him into comedy, working with other comedians on the road, hecklers and so much more on episode 55 of the Avert Your Eyes Podcast. Consider yourself warned.
Dr. Becca Peixotto
Becca Peixotto, Ph.D. is the Curator of the Origins: Fossils From The Cradle of Humankind exhibit at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. We discuss what lead her to become an archeologist, the exhibit that is currently on display through March 22, 2020 and so much more on episode 54 of the Avert Your Eyes Podcast. Consider yourself warned.
Danger God with Documentary Filmmaker Joe O'Connell and Stuntman Gary Kent
Discussing the "Danger God" documentary, stunt work through the years, and a real-life run-in with Charles Manson, and more with filmmaker Joe O'Connell and Stuntman Gary Kent, the inspiration for Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood."
Frame4Frame 2019 Red Carpet
We speak with filmmakers on the red carpet of the 2019 Frame4Frame Film Festival.
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Started off with Darryl Littleton episode and really enjoyed it. It's nice to have come across a podcast of entertaining conversations. Look forward to checking out more. Subscribe and listen now!
Great talks with some very interesting people!
Just listened to Richard Hennessy episode. He talks about the bond he has with his guitar and the bond they create with the crowd. Can related it to anything and be inspired great listen.