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Bouncing back and forth between playful sarcasm and crazed rants, Jamey proves that you can be both a positive realist and annoyed curmudgeon simultaneously. Wry, sarcastic, and edgy, Jamey will make you laugh at yourself and others without guilt.
Originally from Long Island, NY, Jamey's search for sanity in a crazy world led him to the stages of comedy clubs where his off-center, ironic approach to comedy and slightly demented look at life caught on with audiences. Encouraged by the positive response, he began to take his show to clubs nationally. With regular bookings in every corner of the country and appearances at both the San Francisco Comedy Competition and on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom radio show, Jamey has made people laugh from California to New York and from Minnesota to Texas!
Jamey is on the road most of the year and has become a regular at some of the best clubs around the country.
At 7.30pm PST every Monday night, the Superman Homepage hosts a LIVE one hour "Radio KAL" broadcast for Superman fans to come chat "on air" about the Man of Steel.
In our next show (Monday, September 22) Steve and Michael will be joined by Lauren Agostino and A.L. Newberg, the authors of the new book "Holding Kryptonite".
Down on the Ground!
It's a Bag. It's some Trash.
It's...It's...What IS that?...
In 1997, a young law firm assistant - Lauren Agostino - literally stumbled on a secret cache from Superman's creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. These original documents, private correspondence, legal papers, and artwork expose the muted and maligned history of the relationships and dynamics of the early Superman family.
The origin of Superman and the downfall of its creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster is a dramatic saga that underscores one of America's most popular cultural icons. For the first time, Agostino and writer A.L. Newberg reveal the extraordinary true story of the Man of Steel's rise from a creative concept (sold for the infamous $130) to the 1947 lawsuit that nearly denied Siegel and Shuster of any future with their Man of Tomorrow.
Stripped away the lies, myths and cover-ups this is a treasure trove for Superman fans and historians alike.
During the live broadcast you can phone (714) 242-6186 or click on the Skype icon (which will be available at the above link) during the show to be a caller and chat with us live "on air".
You know what September means for the Oscar, Oscar show! That's right, it's time for Garney, Jason, and Jamey to step out on that limb, and make their insanely early Oscar predictions! Even though there's still four months worth of movies to come out, these Oscar experts will put it on the line to predict what nominees and maybe even winners will be announced next February as the best of 2014. It's one of the best annual shows not to be missed!
Growing up in small town MN was the basis for Greg's love of country music.
Eden Valley, a farm community of about 800 people and no stop lights, is where he got his first guitar and wrote his first country song. He grew up on the edge of a main road, railroad track, and a corn field. It's a place where he learned to hunt, fish, play sports, and appreciate music of many genres. It's where he learned about honesty, family, friendship, and team work. All of which come into play in the songs he writes, in his live show and on a daily basis. If he's not out playing or writing country songs, he's in the woods with a bow, on a lake fishing bass, cruising dirt roads in his truck with his buddies, or out listening to area classic country bands.
Influenced by the vinyl record sounds from his father's collection of country greats such as Haggard, Strait, and Cash...Greg found that a strong song and a strong vocal is key to a good career. He was later influenced by the sounds and live shows of more modern day artists like Kenny Chesney, Brooks & Dunn, Tim McGraw, etc. and also the 90's country scene. He has worked hard over the years to develop his skills as a country performer and songwriter. He has been fortunate to have played in the company of many talented MN musicians, and opening shows for talented National acts such as
Jamey Johnson, Little Texas, Emerson Drive, Colt Ford, and Trent Willmon.
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Ohio quartet Phillip Fox Band will soon be their debut full length album Heartland (produced by Joe Viers) on September 2nd, they have truly carved out their own sound that is best described as ‘Country-Fried Rock N’ Roll’ From the tenacity of “I Ain’t Angry” and “Nothin’ Worse Than Weak” to the down-home feeling of “Heartland”, Phillip Fox Band have crafted an album that is full of hope, loss, love and the truth. In early 2013, the band began pre-production for what would become their debut full length album Heartland. The band completed the album in January and launched a Kickstarter campaign raising over $18,000 to release the new record. 2014 will see the band playing over 200 dates including headlining slots at Ohio Bike Week and larger festivals such as Buckle Up featuring Alabama, Willy Nelson, Jamey Johnson, Old Crow Medicine Show, Cadillac Three, and more. “Heartland has sort of a double-meaning. The Motor City Blood EP was about where I came from, my roots in Detroit. This record is more about where we call home now, and that’s Ohio. For a long time Ohio’s slogan was ‘The Heart of it All’ and in a small way we wanted to pay tribute to that. But in a grander sense, I’ve traveled to four continents and there are just places that feel welcoming to certain folks and places that don’t. I’ve found that if I get too far away from open fields, trees, and a little soil in the air, I start getting antsy, a little claustrophobic. It didn’t matter if it was in Japan, Spain, or New York state. Heartland is about finding places wherever we are that speak to us and feel like home.” For more information, visit www.phillipfoxband.com
Wow, it's the middle of the year already? It sure is, so that means it's time for the traditional look at the first half of the year and selecting what we feel are the best movies of 2014 so far. Join Jason, Jamey, and Garney as they each reveal their choices for the best films so far, and feel free to share your choices as well.
The Celtic's Summer League schedule is officially over. The Celtic's rookies and sophmores took to the court to show off their talents to Celtic's GM Danny Ainge and Celtics Head Coach Brad Stevens. The Celtics played teams that represented the Oklahoma City Thunder, Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons and the Orlando Magic in that same order. So how did our recent draft picks PG Marcus Smart and SG James Young fair. Did they dominate and prove that Danny Ainge really has something in these 2 guys or did some of the Celtic's sophmores like Kelly Olynyk shine throughout the summer schedule. We will break all of it down as well as any free agent signing the celtic's may have made between our shows. Rich Contee of CLNS Radio and Jamey Burke from RedsArmy.com will join the Celtics Talk Crew to give further insight on the Celtic's future
Neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Newberg discusses his most recent findings on the activity of the brain of mediums during the trance state called psychography, which was pioneered by Brazilian medium Chico Xavier. In collaboration with Brazilian scientists Dr. Julio Perez and Dr. Alexander Moreira, Dr. Newberg states, “This first-ever neuroscientific evaluation of mediumistic trance states reveals some exciting data to improve our understanding of the mind and its relationship with the brain. These findings deserve further investigation both in terms of replication and explanatory hypotheses.”
Critic Tony Macklin and host Jamey DuVall get serious about film comedy with a far ranging discussion of talents and films including Buster Keaton, Mel Brooks, The Fireman's Ball, The Big Lebowski and The Graduate.
You can read Tony's criticism at www.tonymacklin.net.
With Clint Eastwood directing a musical this summer (Jersey Boys), what better time than to discuss some of our favorite movie musicals of all time? Jason, Garney, and Jamey count down their favorite musicals of the past, and who knows ... maybe there will even be some singing.