It’s the reboot of What’s So Funny! and there’s a new spin on things! Our host, Dave Schwensen, returns and this time he’s brought three of his friends: Kelly, Tom, and Logan. Join in as we listen to comedy albums from the 1950s, ‘60s, or ‘70s. We’ll take a look at the life of the comedian as well as the cultural relevance of the album then and now. So sit back, relax, and get ready to laugh!
Dick Gregory broke barriers for African American comics. Let’s take a listen to his very first album from 1961 “In Living Black and White.”
Our final episode of the season features the one, the only, Shelley Berman and his album “Inside Shelley Berman!” Before becoming a comedian Shelley worked quite a few odd jobs, but he didn’t let that stop him from becoming the comedian we know of today!
In this episode of What’s So Funny! we are listening to the one and only Moms Mabley and her 1970 album “Live at Sing Sing.”
Let’s go back in time to Camelot with Vaughn Meader’s “The First Family!”
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Dave Schwensen is a nationally recognized comedy coach and author of “How To Be A Working Comic: An Insider’s Business Guide To A Career In Stand-Up Comedy” Dave got his start at The New York City Improv. While there he coordinated talent showcases and auditions for major television shows, networks and film studios, and he has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy. Today he runs several comedy workshops out of both Cleveland and Chicago.
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