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The Savage and Starbuck Show

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Joie Savage and SB Starbuck bring you insightful, candid interviews with top comedians, writers and entertainers.

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Keith Handy has been composing, arranging, performing, recording, and producing original music since his childhood in the early 1980s, primarily, but not exclusively, in the style of progressive or "art" rock, including several concept albums and a rock opera. Early on, he functioned primarily as keyboard player and support vocalist for various original and cover bands, but soon decided it was more important to focus on continued artistic growth than to navigate the internal politics of band membership. He started acquiring recording gear, learning the guitar, and going ever deeper with the crafts of arrangement and production. In line with Keith's passion for the continual study of the creative process in all forms, he has since branched out into improv comedy (incorporating copious amounts of improvised music), computer art, programming in C++ for generative art and signal processing, puppetry and puppet making, and video editing. Still a studio hermit, his long term goal is to make the bulk of his work available as a "box set" type multimedia package, as well as have a chunk of that collection visually interpreted as video and theatre. When not immersed in all this complicated stuff, he is happy to drink a beer or two and play a few old songs on an acoustic guitar at your backyard fire.

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Daren Streblow's unique style of observational stand-up comedy entertains hundreds-of-thousands of people throughout the United States and around the world. Daren headlines churches, fundraisers, corporate functions, and colleges... more

What's better than talking with a former guest of the show who captivated and enthralled our audience? That's right, TWO former captivating and enthralling guests! James Moorer and Jordan Margolis are a fantastic team of Hollywood... more

Hank Denson is a comedian, voiceover artist and actor. He's been making people laugh for years on Comic View, NBA All-Star Weekends, TV & Radio Spots and even a few Comcast High-Speed Internet Commercials, BUT No... He has no... more

One of our favorite guests, the hilarious Joel West joins Savage & Starbuck for some funny, thought-provoking conversation. Joel West was born in Montreal and, when he was 14 and at summer camp, his parents moved to Toronto. After... more

One of our favorite guests of 2014, Kay Dodd, is back for more laughs! Kay Dodd was a secular "road comic" for the better part of a decade. From 1991 to 2001, Kay worked comedy clubs all over the southeast and up the east coast. In... more

A father of six, Derrick Watson is a family man, an educator, and a good time all balled up into one package. His comedy style is very laid back and comfortable. On stage you would think that he is in his living room talking to a bunch of his... more

Tony Young is not your run of the mill jokester. His off center wit has charmed audiences across the Midwest since the mid-90s. Coming from Louisville KY, he draws his humor from the plethora of jobs he's held seriously. He's sold... more

Many moons ago - before the invention of Ritalin or the Internet - a young, broke college student named Roberto Antonio Smiley signed up for a stand-up competition at his Student Union Building. The prize money was $500, which... more

Comedian Just Peppi grew up at a mission rehab for drug addicts and alcoholics. Her dad wasn't just the mission's founder, but he was also a Baptist preacher. As if that environment wasn't enough to make her turn out a little bit... more

Chris Kemper started doing stand up at age 50, less than 3 years ago, and is tearing up the comedy stage in and around Portland, Oregon. He patterns his style after Rodney Dangerfield, mostly clean, misdirection one-liners. Chris was... more
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