May 26th, 2016
JT gives a hungover post-Elm Street Tattoo Festival report and also presents a live taping selection from the Road Stories showcase at Three Links in Dallas, TX. Scott Reynolds from ALL, Billy Milano from MOD / SOD and Brian Pretus from PEARS all tell insane and hilarious tales of punk rock misadventure involving dead grandmothers, epic bathroom fails and accidental brunch with outlaw country legends. Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.
May 16th, 2016
JT and Big Bri make their annual trip to the Dallas Frightmare Festival where they drink waaaaay too much whiskey and also take in cast conversations from 'Halloween 2', 'Return of the Living Dead', and much more. Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.
May 10th, 2016
JT and Brian Zeolla fight in the car and also discuss their awesome run of shows across Colorado. The pair chat about encounters with insane people at the movies, visiting tex-med institution Casa Bonita, firing machine guns, bombing at an after-hours open mic with their bud Kyle Kinane and much more. Tour dates now at JTComedy.com!
May 4th, 2016
JT and Houston comic Brian Zeolla check in while driving through the mountains to Colorado. They discuss the shows so far, including hanging in Amarillo with Andy Dick's father, dealing with an ill-advised heckler in New Mexico, and their strange encounter with a waitress delivering 'fresh bread'. Tour dates at jtcomedy.com now.
April 28th, 2016
One of JT's oldest comedian pals, Mack Lindsay makes a visit to his hometown of Austin, TX from his current residence in New York City. The pair unwittingly scare off some live action role players in a public park and chat about Mack's recent return to the comedy stage, sharing an apartment with drug dealing Tibetans, going vegan and the difficulties of studying advanced chemistry. Be sure and check out Mack's brilliant set on the Altercation Punk Comedy Tour album 'Hostile Corporate Takeover'.
April 26th, 2016
Chris Trew is a man of many talents, from curating New Orleans' Hell Yes Fest to overseeing the improv comedy empire of The New Movement Theater, rapping at indie hip hop shows to touring with his latest monster project Air Sex. Trew and JT somehow get their crazy schedules to align for an afternoon chat over cherry danish and discuss the shaky truce between improv and standup performers, nightmare Air Sex shows in the heart of the deep south, and the evolution of Hell Yes Fest to currently become one of the best comedy festivals in the nation.
April 19th, 2016
The hilarious Mike Stanley makes a trip from Detroit to Austin to co-headline some gigs with JT. They share hangovers and discuss the comedy scenes in their various cities, how Mike got signed to Stand Up! Records, working together in Mexico, JT's zany experiences working at Michigan casinos and more. Catch Mike and JT this Thursday night at the Badlands in Austin at 9pm for a live podcast recording and at the Blind Tiger Comedy Club in San Antonio at 10pm this Friday night.
April 15th, 2016
JT has a chat with Peter Shelly from the world-famous UK pop punk outfit Buzzcocks about the continued relevance of the genre he helped create, the rise of consumerism within the changing music industry, and why it still feels great to play "Orgasm Addict". Plus JT complains about Texas allergies and details some groovy upcoming shows. Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.
April 7th, 2016
JT has an in-depth conversation with Jex Blackmore, head of The Satanic Temple located in Detroit. The pair discuss the differences between a modern Satanist and a 'Devil Worshipper', her endorsement of the current horror film 'The Witch', her encounters with heavy metal weirdos, TST's hilariously effective approaches to combating religious hypocrisy in public schools, and much more. Big thanks to Jex for appearing on the podcast. Also, the 'Altercation Archives' book is back in stock! Grab your copy before it is gone again! Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.
April 5th, 2016
JT gives an update after a much needed post-sxsw break. He also sits down with Angelo and Norwood from legendary ska-punk-funk band Fishbone to discuss the evolution of the band's lineup and sound, the influence of 'Back To The Beach' on white America, and Norwood's near-second career in porn. Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.