I just got hitched, but here’s a story from the first time that happened to me. it involves naked hijinks, and bicycle riding. Oh, and a couple of grandmas hanging out!
This week I melt my brain-banana with some magic mushrooms, then blast off into an intense and beneficial reset of my thinking. Also, I break down my love of Married with Children, and the nuances that shaped my fragile mind.
Remember when you had to have your pictures actually developed at the local one-hour photo shop? This week I recover a memory and tell a story of the difficulties in having photos containing certain ‘unsavory’ content developed, and how I gently convinced a clerk to break policy.
I like fucking with people. Not to be mean, but just to throw things off for a moment of that person’s reality. This week I talk about meeting the master, and how much I still have to learn.
This week I tell the very fresh story of my latest performance on stage, and try to determine how justified my ensuing actions were. Time to sack-up and eat some humble pie on this one, but not without some whipped cream and a cherry on top!
Back in action this week with another story from the rock-n-roll archives of my resin coated brain. When Kris and I meet up some other friends to see a show in Austin we end up getting a little carried away with the boozin' and poor decisions are made. I wish we would've gotten those french fries though.
I just got off the road with johnwayneisdead and mere hours upon my arrival I'm bustin' to tell you all about it! Plus, we recorded new songs in Memphis!
I'm fresh back from my first KillerCon, and I can't wait to tell you all about it! Buckle in for another con-recap, and I loved the shit out of this one!
As a young lad my first job was sacking your stinkin' groceries at Kroger. I was young, fresh, and far more considerate and trusting of people, so when I found an envelope with over nine hundred bucks in a shopping cart of course my first instinct is to turn it in. Never fear though, It all worked out when my honesty was rewarded with toilet water.
The ancient art of karaoke is as appreciated as much as it is despised. I, however, am a lover and celebrator of the craft. This week I tell of a time I celebrated it hard in fabulous Las Vegas Nevada! Robby C joins me for this caper of glitz, glamor, and Neil Diamond.
I'm back from my second Scares That Care, and I'm bustin' to tell you all about it. It was a great time, a successful con, and super, bad-ass! I'm already excited for next year!
Ever had someone in a bidding war over you? Me neither, except for that one time I did. This week I tell of how I cut my chops doing solo gigs, and all the crazy shit that came along with it. The important thing was the seed of never giving up was planted with help from a drunken stranger.
All inclusive resorts are great! You can eat and drink all you want because you already paid for it, and you'll be goddamned if you don't consume your money's worth. This story is about the first time I went to an all inclusive resort, and all the great decisions I made while there. If you've never been I suggest using this as a cautionary tale.
Shakespeare has never been my favorite, but I tried to convince myself I liked him back in high school when I was a 'serious actor'. Thanks to some lazy costumer I was forced to take the stage in only tights at a time in my life when I lacked the balls, metaphorically and physically, with which to do so. But, the show must go on!
Bachelor parties are great! Friends are great! But chanting, chanting is awesome. This episode is about chanting. Oh, and the story of Kris Jett and the magical, floating, mystery bachelor party.
As you know, distractions come in all forms. If you are able to successfully navigate those distractions you are more likely to succeed. Or, you can make an unprotected left turn while checking out a girl's ass without looking at all for oncoming traffic, which is a form of success on its own. Good Luck I say. Good LUCK!
Holy shit the show is one year old! To celebrate I keep it tried and true, and stick to what works with a story about another momentous birthday, my 21st. I think the take away here is cops hate paperwork.
When someone falls down it's funny. It just is, and don't try to tell me otherwise. When it happens to be your father who falls down, well that's just downright hilarious! To celebrate all the fathers falling down to keep us amused I tell a tale this week of my own dear old dad, and his penchant for funny falls.
I just got back from my first time at Printers Row in Chicago and what a time it was! In this episode I recap the experience of selling books in the rain along with all the salacious details from the weekend. Have you ever been to a Korean spa? I have now . . .
So, this past weekend I had a pretty gnarly experience with some audience members at a solo acoustic show I played. Of course, you know your old Uncle Johnny couldn't wait to purge the thoughts on the experience into the microphone for you lovely people. I encourage performers to listen to this, and give feedback on how you would handle this kind of situation. Just for the record, I regret nothing!