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Killer Beaz

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Quotations:

In This Episode:

  • How Moonshine Is Made and the Process of Filming the Docudrama “Moonshiners”
  • Part Time Comedians and the Reality of Performers Today
  • Performing At the Grand Ole Opry 
  • Killer Beaz’s Heart Attacks
  • The Power of Words and the Examples People Set
  • Is Cain Still Alive?

Quotations:

“The other pastor, who had been in the hospital the night before with kidney stones, was at the ER five minutes after I was.” – Killer Beaz

“…That made such an impression on me that I want to set that kind of example the whole rest of my life.” – Killer Beaz

“Creative people are creative people, they’re not merely creative when they’re in a good mood.” – Killer Beaz

“There’s power in our words and the greatest weapon on Earth, literally, is the human tongue.” – Killer Beaz

“This day and age, when you’re a performer, you’ve got to have the media on your side.” – Killer Beaz

Guest’s Bio:

Comedian Killer Beaz is currently filming his fifth season as a cast member of the Discovery Channel’s hit series, “Moonshiners”, and returning to his standup comedy tour. He is returning to his tour of his DVD and Download Video, “There’s That!”, and is looking forward to his tour of clean comedy, “Killer Beaz PRESENTS” featuring the standup of Beaz and outstanding comics handpicked from all over the country

With many thousands of radio, television, and stage appearances, Beaz has been entertaining audiences for over three decades. He is an award-winning artist, and has been signed with both Sony and Warner Brothers Records, and received reviews such as:  

“Beaz is ‘Killer!’” – Rolling Stone Magazine

“Killer Beaz lives up to his name, “Killing” his audience, night after night, show after show!”  
– Entertainment Today/Las Vegas, NV

“Killer Beaz has a universal appeal that makes him a crowd favorite!” – SHOWTIME/Reno, NV

“Gut-busting takes on life! No matter if you live in L.A., New York City or the Deep South, you can relate.”
-Country Weekly

Killer Beaz has his own, unique brand of “Hard Hitting” – “Laugh out Loud” – “Laugh A Lot” – “HI-PROOF” – “High Energy” – “Everyman” style humor that appeals to any audience. When asked, Beaz says about his shows, “I love the art of stand-up comedy, the performance, seeing the room absolutely erupt in laughter and fun, it’s fun to me, and I enjoy having an effect on the room and making people belly laugh with tears rolling down their face. There is such delight in that! I love my job! I have a ball at my shows!”  

See him on television, hear him on the radio, see his stage performance live…you’ll be “Stung for Life
For more information on Killer Beaz go to www.killerbeaz.com.  
MORE ABOUT KILLER BEAZ
Killer Beaz is a favorite guest of several nationally syndicated radio shows, Beaz entertains millions of his fans on a regular basis. USA Today says he is a “Star rising in the South!” He’s made numerous appearances on The Discovery Channel, Showtime, Entertainment Tonight, Comedy Central, E!, A&E, CNN, ESPN, CMT, GAC. He has also been featured on radio shows such as Bob & Tom, John Boy & Billy, Rick & Bubba, Bob & Sheri, Big D and Bubba, WTF with Marc Maron, Taste of Country Nights, SIRIUSXM Blue Collar Radio, iHeart Radio, SIRIUSXM Comedy Channels, SIRIUSXM NASCAR Radio, and The Grand Ole Opry. Stay social with Killer Beaz at www.killerbeaz.comtwitter.com/killerbeaz, and Facebook.com/killerbeazcomedy

Guest’s Contact Info:

https://www.killerbeaz.com

Becky Robinson

By Comedian, Uncategorized No Comments

In This Episode:

  • Becky is Participating in School of THOT (That Hoe Over There)
  • What Being Back in a Movie Theater Was Like
  • Stripper Comedians and How Becky Deals With Bombing On Stage and Mean Comments
  • Why the USGA Was Mad At Becky
  • Becky Updates Everyone On the Situation With Her Dad 
  • Quarantine and Cutting Hair

Quotations:

“So I get an email from the USGA, like, President and the subject line is, ‘We’ve got a fairly serious issue here.” – Becky Robinson

“I should have never talked about my hemorrhoids on stage.” – Becky Robinson

“Good luck with your sniffles, sniffle dick.” – Becky Robinson

“I was standing against a fence and a goat actually thought my hair was hay and bit my head and I was banging up against the fence.” – Becky Robinson
“You don’t call another adult and demand things that have nothing to do with you.” – Becky Robinson

Guest’s Bio:

Comedian, writer, actor, and voice-over star Becky Robinson is one of the youngest headliners on the comedy circuit today. Robinson is best known for her wide range of physical characters on-stage and screen with viral videos including her most popular character “Entitled Housewife.”

In 2018, Robinson was named a “New Face of Comedy” at the prestigious JFL Montreal where her stand-out performance landed her a sketch show development deal and a number of voiceover jobs with DreamWorks and Netflix to name a few. She will also be voicing the character “Jenny Droneberg” on Doug Unplugged premiering on AppleTV on November 13th. In 2016, Becky was cast on MTV’s Wild ’N Out with Nick Cannon where she also put out a Wild ’N Out Stand Up Special. Her many alter egos have been featured on E! Funny Dance Show, Hulu’s Coming to the Stage, MTV’s Acting Out, ABC’s The Bachelor, and Kevin Hart’s sketch series Writer’s Room. Becky has written for Comedy Central’s Not Safe, Snoop Dogg’s Joker’s Wild, and FunnyOrDie.

Today, Robinson is currently touring her latest live show creation, Snow Circus. Snow Circus packs heart, punchlines, characters, and improv into her electric energy on-stage during her one-woman show. Her mix of stand-up and characters leave audiences wanting more with one of the most uniquely entertaining shows of the year.

Guest’s Contact Info:

www.EntitledHouseWife.com

Becky Robinson

By Comedian, Uncategorized No Comments

In This Episode:

  • The Funny Things That Took Place During the “Mama Needs a Claw” Music Video
  • How To Twerk
  • Why Becky Feels the Need To Be Funny
  • What Chris Pratt Messaged Becky
  • The Struggle To Workout and Work Out Poops
  • Shaking Up the Pretentiousness of Golf and How Becky’s Dad Wasn’t Happy About How She Went About It

Quotations:

“You can’t speed walk without looking like you’re gonna shit your pants.” – Becky Robinson

“Everyone’s been calling me Entitled Housewife for two days straight.” – Becky Robinson

“Luckily, the people that were golfing that day were like, ‘Yo, we love it. This is great, this is hilarious. We’ve never seen someone hump a golf cart before.” – Becky Robinson

“Real twerking involves like isolating the asscheeks and I’m not quite fully versed in that yet, but I do my best.” – Becky Robinson

“It’s time for my play, so sit around the fire you little fucks.” – Becky Robinson

Guest’s Bio:

Comedian, writer, actor and voice-over star Becky Robinson is one of the youngest headliners on the comedy circuit today. Robinson is best known for her wide range of physical characters on-stage and screen with viral videos including her most popular character “Entitled Housewife.”

In 2018, Robinson was named a “New Face of Comedy” at the prestigious JFL Montreal where her stand-out performance landed her a sketch show development deal and a number of voiceover jobs with DreamWorks and Netflix to name a few. She will also be voicing the character “Jenny Droneberg” on Doug Unplugged premiering on AppleTV on November 13th. In 2016, Becky was cast on MTV’s Wild ’N Out with Nick Cannon where she also put out a Wild ’N Out Stand Up Special. Her many alter egos have been featured on E! Funny Dance Show, Hulu’s Coming to the Stage, MTV’s Acting Out, ABC’s The Bachelor, and Kevin Hart’s sketch series Writer’s Room. Becky has written for Comedy Central’s Not Safe, Snoop Dogg’s Joker’s Wild, and FunnyOrDie.

Today, Robinson is currently touring her latest live show creation, Snow Circus. Snow Circus packs heart, punchlines, characters, and improv into her electric energy on-stage during her one woman show. Her mix of stand-up and characters leave audiences wanting more with one of the most uniquely entertaining shows of the year.

Guest’s Contact Info:

www.EntitledHouseWife.com

Barron Ryan

By Comedian, Music No Comments

In This Episode:

  • Why Barron Has His Own Trailer
  • What It’s Like Having Interracial Parents and a Very Musically Inclined Family
  • The Application Process For Getting Into Major Music Universities
  • Writing Songs Making Fun of What Hip Hop Artists Brag About
  • The Joy of Creating Beauty In Music Rather Than Music Of One Kind
  • Why Doing Online Performances Is a Lot More Work

Quotations:

“When they got married in 1975, that was not an acceptable thing for a lot of people.” – Barron Ryan

“I knew I wanted to be a performer from the get go, but being willing to put in the work to be impressive enough to be a performer took a little while.” – Barron Ryan

“I thought, ‘I’m gunna make songs that make fun of the common tropes in hip hop music. So instead of rapping about how amazing I was as a rapper, I made a song called ‘Not That Bad.” – Barron Ryan

“My philosophy is that as an artist I want to be known more for who I am than for what I do.” – Barron Ryan

“When you go into an organization and try to be accepted by that organization, whether that be a TV show or a school, you have to realize that that’s not your ultimate customer.” – Barron Ryan

Guest’s Bio:

Barron Ryan’s love for music has always been divided. The son of two musicians, he grew up in a house filled with the sounds of artists ranging from Mozart to Michael Jackson. So when it comes to his own performing, he’s not content drawing on just one influence. He combines them all into a musical adventure that’s vintage yet fresh, historical yet hip, classic yet cool.

After beginning piano lessons at age four with his father, Barron seemed destined for a career in music. He excelled in performing throughout his middle and high school years in Tulsa, OK, then continued to impress his peers and instructors as a piano performance major at The University of Oklahoma.

Everything did not come up roses, however, as Barron was then rejected from all the music conservatories you might be impressed by. Disheartened and a little annoyed, he briefly gave up on the piano in pursuit of a satirical hip-hop career. But due to a favorable result in a piano competition that sent its winner to perform in Israel, that project was graciously short-lived.

Thanks to that Israel concert tour, Barron found his artistic voice. He discovered the joy of jazz- and ragtime-inspired concert music (found on his debut album, Classical with Attitude), and learned from great jazz pianists by replaying their solos (found on his latest album, The Masters’ Apprentice).

In 2019, Barron noticed a shocking lack of funk-, pop-, and country-inspired classical music. Realizing he could fill that void, he composed the “Magic City” Sonata and a dance suite called Suite Thing. Those works are now published and recorded on his third solo record, First of Its Kind. 

Barron is following in his favorite composers’ footsteps by publishing his original works in the public domain. He offers his work as a gift to the world, and as a chance to collaborate with artists from around the globe.

What’s next? You’ll have to wait to find out, but rest assured that in all Barron Ryan’s music, Classic Meets Cool.

Contact:

https://barronryan.com

Instagram & Twitter: @barroncp