Scott Curtis is a stand-up comedian based out of South Bend, IN. Scott’s first time on stage came later in life when he was offered a chance to perform at work and from there started out on this wild journey. Scott is also host and producer of the hit podcast Behind The Bits.
SCOTT CURTIS SHOW NOTES
Scott’s early comedy influences
First time performing stand-up comedy
Learning why a joke may or may not work
Enjoying comedy with a spouse
Scott’s current purpose in comedy and the value of knowing yours
Dennis Tooley shares his journey in co-creating Gutty’s Comedy Club. Located in Greenwood, IN, Dennis and his business partner Steve Rivera are putting in the work to make their dreams of owning a successful comedy club a reality.
Gutty’s is currently in a contest with other businesses for a chance of winning a $50k grant! Vote daily thru March 8th!(click here to vote now)
Rik Roberts keeps his humor relevant and easy to relate to. Rik mots recently can be seen in his half hour Dry Bar Comedy special. His emphasis on storytelling paved the way towards his speaking career.
Just like in comedy, Rik keeps the pace of his keynote programs up using stories, facts, current events, visuals and crowd participation to make the points relevant to each group.
Kicking off the new decade were the 2020 Golden Globes. As time moves on, each Hollywood awards show becomes more and more about pushing agendas rather than celebrating talent, people and hard work. The Golden Globes would prove to be more of the same, but then there was Ricky Gervais. Never one to shy away from being politically incorrect and unafraid of offending groups, he let the jokes fly!
What is Defensively Offended? It ‘s being offended for someone else assuming they will be offended. In this short episode I unpack why we should stop assuming our friends, family and even people we don’t know will be offended. I propose we should trust they have the maturity and even desire to take in jokes they may relate to.
For anyone else, The Unemployed Alcoholic would be a woeful badge, but Aaron Sorrels wears it with a smile. Pursuing recovery while facing rejection from the job market was painful. He battled identity crisis, depression and anxiety — But he also found purpose. Now he helps people laugh while highlighting recovery and faith.
Growing up in Nashville Tennessee, Joby Saad read of Harry Houdini and was performing children’s magic shows most weekends by age 12. He eventually became a stand-up comedian and hasn’t looked back. Creating the character The Village Idiot, Joby’s big break came from his starring role on an episode of the family friendly television series Bananas Comedy in 2005. Then in 2006 came the Warner brothers “Thou Shalt Laugh” starring Patricia Heaton from “Everybody loves Raymond“. Featuring seven of the nations top clean comedians it went on to become the highest selling comedy DVD within its genre. Joby is currently a judge and performer for the annual Clean Comedy Challenge which promotes clean comedy for younger comedians as well as veterans comics.
Joby’s shares about his good friend, the late-great comedian Brody Stevens.