The Clean Comedy time Podcast is celebrating our first season, and first year, with a best-of show. This episode includes some of our favorite moments with our guests over the entire first season, and we look back at our first year of doing comedy shows in clubs, halls, and churches. Our comedians reflect on their material, how things changed during the COVID-19 quarantine, and how we can’t wait to get back out there.
You’ll find us on our websites:
Clean Comedy Time
The Unemployed Alcoholic
Brian Atkinson Comedian
And all sorts of social media.
Kyle Yamada was born in California, raised in South Dakota, and lives in Minnesota. Kyle is a nationally touring comedian who just shot his first DryBar Comedy Special. Brian and Aaron talk with him about growing up half-Japanese, the worst sushi, and an unexpected experience at a steakhouse.
You can find Kyle Yamada on his website: https://www.kyleyamadacomedy.com
Gerrit Elzinga is the (furloughed) House MC at Dr. Grins Comedy Club in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Brian and Aaron talk with him about the on-again, off-again nature of the comedy world right now, his magnificent beard, and how social media makes us angry.
There are so many ways to find Gerrit Elzinga!
One link to rule them all… Linktree
Or all these individual links:
Facebook: Gerrit Elzinga
Buy his albums on Bandcamp
This Better Be Good Podcast
The Kerrit Podcast
Jon Houser is a touring comedian who calls Grand Rapids, Michigan home and specializes in American Legion shows to benefit our veterans. Aaron and Brian talk with Jon about how old school technology influences today’s dating, weird movie lines, and how his time in the Boy Scouts prepared him for the pandemic.
Check jonhousercomedy.com for show and sponsor information.
Grand Rapids born and raised comedian Abbie Lemke joins the Clean Comedy Time Podcast and talks with Aaron and Brian about tips for dating while living paycheck to paycheck, her one-woman show, famous family, and losing her eyesight in Australia. Plus, we bust out our Bibles and talk scripture.
You can find Abbie on Facebook
Can you guess what Brian’s early-20s poor man diet included and want some swag? Contact Brian.
Detroit area comic and whole-hearted person, Jay Hunter, talks with Brian and Aaron about the good, the bad, and the funny. And this episode goes nuclear!
Find Jay on his website
Did you recognize the TV theme song and want some swag? Contact Brian.
Aaron and Brian welcome comedian Colton Beveridge to the Clean Comedy Time Podcast! This time, in the good, the bad, and the funny, we learn all about video games, backpacking and hiking, barbecue and the seriousness of a soda pop addiction. Oh, and it’s “squeaky-clean.”
You can find Colton Beveridge on social media and other channels:
Facebook: Kava Comedy Night
YouTube: Colton Outdoors
Cookpad App: Cold Beveridge
The Clean Comedy Time Podcast catches up with Kalamazoo (yes, it’s a real place) comic Gary Augustine. Brian Atkinson and Aaron Sorrels talk with Gary about sculpting material for a specific audience, and the downfalls of fitness and haircuts.
You can find Gary Augustine on Facebook: Gary Augustine Comedy
and Twitter: @Gary_Augustine
Our Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is traveling comedian, Luis Valencia! Of course, we get down to the good, the bad, and the funny while Luis shares some expert travel tips. Aaron and Brian talk with him about where to find cookies, how to combat pizza cravings, and being a nice person.
Send Luis a friend request on Facebook.
See him at Ghosts In The Graveyard: A Backyard Halloween Show,
Oct 29 at 8 PM – Oct 31 at 11 PM
Our Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is an addiction recovery speaker, and comedy first-timer Dan Hall. Brian and Aaron talk with him about helping people with their recovery, and of course, the good, the bad, and the funny.
You can get in touch with Dan Hall about being a speaker, or your own recovery, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re looking for a speaker, please put SPEAKER in the subject of your message.