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Album Review: Samantha Gilweit “Single.Mother.Fucker.”

Samantha Gilweit Single.Mother.Fucker. M.Bunny, contributor Samantha Gilweit’s crisp, clear and captivating vocals immediately entrance the listener, captivating them instantly for this thoroughly enjoyable production. Samantha’s voice just sounds sooo right, like you’re listening to an awesomely hilarious audio book with great backing tracks to boot. Upon first listen, I was drawn to the words and her wonderful voice. On a …

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Fireworks, Skateboards, and Wisconsin Dells – The Dave Losso Interview

I called comedian Dave Losso a few days into his early 2017 month-long tour of the American South. Losso is a youngish Chicago-bred road dog. In 2016 he did a brief stint in Denver (“Comedy there is awesome. Everyone there is pretty much a killer.”) before returning home to Chicago. Like a good Midwestern boy, he arrived early for his …

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Waite Distribution – The Dave Waite Interview

Ask Dave Waite how he stays focused on his career after 12 years of doing comedy and his reply will be a simple and direct, “I don’t.” But his struggle with time management and keeping a clear head hasn’t stopped him from releasing two albums, touring the country, performing at various festivals (including the upcoming 5th annual Savage Henry Comedy …

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Relax and Trust Me – The Caitlin Gill Interview

Maybe you’ve seen her on TV on Viceland’s Flophouse, at festivals like Outside Lands or Bridgetown, on the Oddball Comedy Tour, or at any reputable (or not-so-reputable) West Coast comedy venue. Perhaps you’ve heard her voice on NPR, or read a piece she wrote for the New York Times. But if not, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll at …

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Comedy Juggernaut – The Zeke Herrera Interview

He’s only been at it three years, but you’d be hard pressed to find a comedian who works harder than Zeke Herrera. The Humboldt native is now living in Denver and is telling jokes, running shows, and slanging mags. Not only is he a stand up comedian, he is also the Denver bureau chief for Savage Henry Magazine. We recently …

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Freeing the Animal – The Sean Patton Interview

While Jamiroquai’s Travelling Without Moving album plays in the background, Sean Patton sits in the rear courtyard of New Orleans’ Hi Ho Lounge enjoying a pre-show Cuban sandwich from a local pop-up kitchen. “I think, without a doubt, that New Orleans is one of the best places in the country to perform because the city has more of a pirate …

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Obvious Jokes (“Jokes”)

Zack Newkirk, staff   Q: What do you call Bobcat Goldthwait when he’s trying to reach his goal weight? A: Bobcat Goalweight   Q: What do you call Johnny Carson when he’s trying to get his son into his car? A: Johnny “Car””son”   Q: What do you call Ace of Base when they are playing in a celebrity baseball …

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Stealing the Show – The Dolph Ziggler Interview

As an 11 year veteran of the WWE and an aspiring stand-up comic, Dolph Ziggler was the perfect fit for the Savage Henry Wrestling issue. Ziggler’s wrestling persona has gone through several phases over his career and led to him being one of the most talked about – and possibly, most underrated – athletes in professional wrestling today. In the …

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The Road, The Mics and the Music: The JT Habersaat Interview

Austin-based comic JT Habersaat’s resumé is a black denim umbrella underneath which resides a career in stand-up comedy, co-running an independent punk rock record label, podcasting with people like Danzig and Doug Stanhope, and … wait for it … an appearance in Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger 4. I caught up with Habersaat while he was on the road with …

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Comedy Tonight! (7/29) The Jambalaya

San Francisco comedians Dash Kwiatkowski, Anthony Sandoval, Erik Krasner and Alison Mick headline the last CU Last Tuesday before the 3rd Annual Savage Henry Magazine Comedy Festival brought to you by Vermicrop Organics. Locals Dutch Savage and Nando Molina open the show. Hosted by Joe Deschaine. 9 p.m. $5.

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