Neil Hamburger — comedian, musician, and star of the new film "Entertainment" — talks about life on the road, failure, and Ralph Kramden. You'll also hear a live set from Oklahoma indie rockers Broncho, as well as a conversation with frontman Ryan Lindsey about planning, performing, and mental health.
It's Thanksgiving week, so you should be less concerned with podcasts and about spending time with those Trump-loving aunts and uncles of yours. As such, we've got a Guestlist short this week. It's a quick guest DJ set from Henry Rollins.
Comedian and former Daily Show correspondent Wyatt Cenac talks about why he gets on stage as a stand-up — and why comedy matters. Olivia Jean discusses her history with Third Man Records, from her time with the Black Belles up to the release of her solo debut, "Bathtub Love Killings."
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah frontman Alec Ounsworth talks about how playing acoustic living room shows helped him feel more connected to folks than he had in years. You'll also hear indie wrestling superstar Colt Cabana talk about why you should give pro wrestling a shot. And he's pretty convincing.
Musician and producer Ethan Johns discusses the unique perspective he gained from growing up in the music industry and how it feels to experience studio magic. Meanwhile, Ira Glass gets down to brass tacks on whether he prefers Nicki or Gaga. Don't worry, though, he's a fan of both.