Marc Maron welcomes comedians, actors, directors, writers, authors, musicians and folks from all walks of life to his home for amazingly revealing conversations. Marc's probing, comprehensive interview style allows guests to express themselves in ways listeners have never heard.
Hari Kondabolu talks with Marc about representation in pop culture, The Problem with Apu, being a new dad, and his persistent fear of the Comedy Cellar.
Matthew McConaughey walks Marc through his new memoir, Greenlights, and talks about Dazed and Confused, Texas, saying no, and protecting his privacy.
Patti Smith talks with Marc about New York City in the ‘60s, the legacy of the beatniks, living at Hotel Chelsea, and writing her third memoir.
Lewis Black is back to talk with Marc about going stir crazy in quarantine, pandemic comedy, joining cults and rooting for democracy.
Wayne Coyne from The Flaming Lips returns to talk with Marc about being on this third life, having an epiphany at Long John Silver’s, and dealing with chaotic times through chaotic music.
Jazz musician Wynton Marsalis tells Marc about the inspiration behind his new composition, The Ever Fonky Lowdown, and about Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Herbie Hancock and more.
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Nope. Who gives a crap about nose hair. It’s funny. And it could save your life... you know.... the Rona. I. Love. This. Human. Grateful that Maron shares his gift of seamlessly bringing out the humanity of comedians and friends. A very grateful addictive substitute.
1168 All right
You guys had a CONVERSATION!
Patti Smith and Marc Maron
Absolute joy to listen to this conversation. Two of a kind!