Episode 386 – Shawntay Dalon on Whoopi Goldberg – Original Broadway Show Recording

You’ve seen her on I Think You Should Leave and Detroiters.  This week, I speak with delightful Shawntay Dalon about Whoopi Goldberg’s one-woman show recording.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Shawntay Dalon

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Donate to Parkinson’s, Win a Chance to Be on the Podcast

How would you like to be on Comedy on Vinyl? Well, you can.

As many of you might know, Jason is organizing The Million McFly March, which raises money for Parkinson’s research. Between now and October 22nd, 2015, if you donate here: bit.ly/millionmcflymarch and put “Comedy on Vinyl Raffle” (or something at least that obvious) in the Personal Note before you finalize your donation, you’ll be entered into a raffle to join Jason on the Comedy on Vinyl podcast, either in person if you live in (or for some reason decide to fly, at your own expense, to) LA, or by Skype or phone. You’ll sit down (or stand, your choice) for a full hour or more and discuss your favorite comedy album, promote what or whomever you choose, and at the same time you’ll be giving money to a great cause.

For every $10 you donate via that link, you’ll be given twenty chances to be on the show. The more you donate, common sense provides you’ll figure out the rest. Because you’re smart people. So please, go to bit.ly/millionmcflymarch and donate today!

Thanks as always,
The Comedy on Vinyl Team

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Christmas Flashback – 2011

As we prepare for the holiday break (new episodes will return in January), we invite you to listen to our first-ever Christmas episode featuring Zero Mostel reading The Grinch!


Episode 107 – Nate Bargatze on Jerry Seinfeld – Im Telling You For The Last Time


Nate Bargatze is both hilarious and thoughtful, so I was excited to cover Jerry Seinfeld’s “I’m Telling You For the Last Time” again with him.  Also, he has a show at Largo in LA tonight.  Go see him!

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Nate Bargatze

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Comedy on Vinyl is recorded at Fort Awesome Studios in beautiful downtown Burbank. The samples played in these non-commercial (see: free) podcasts are used without permission under the provisions of fair use for the sake of commentary, and are intended to sell more albums, not to endorse Vinyl Piracy.  Please subscribe to us on iTunes, follow us on Twitter and like us at the Facebooks.

Welcome to Our New Listeners

Over the last week, our subscriber numbers have more than doubled.  We can’t explain it, but that’s not what we’re here to do.  We’re here to thank you for spreading the word.  For a small podcast with no sponsors and no budget to advertise, we’re grateful to fans for word of mouth.  More audience simply means more people getting to learn about comedy from a specific point in time – a comedian’s greatest obsession from their youth.

As always, if you have suggestions for albums you’d like us to discuss, especially something rare we’ve never heard, send them along!  You can always e-mail myself, Jason, at jason@comedyonvinyl.com, or our producer, Mike, at mike@comedyonvinyl.com.

Once again, thanks for your loyal listenership, and whatever it is you did to let people know about our show.  We’re proud of it, and proud to have you as a fan-type-person.

Have a Good Thing,
Jason Klamm

Coming Soon: Another Episode of People Talking

Sorry for the delay, but we have a ton of episodes coming up soon, and they’re all particularly fun and interesting people, and we’re sticking to comedy albums much more strictly, now.  Often, I get enthused to speak with people, or am asked to speak to them and become enthused, and I forget that, really, the podcast has it’s title for a good reason (we’ll still break from vinyl on occasion, because it’s getting less and less likely that up-and-comers were big vinyl comedy people).  So worry not!  More good stuff coming soon.

– Jason