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So Let's Get To The Point

@TheKennEdwards talks to whoever he needs to to get out whatever he needs to say, and finds out way more from them than he ever knew. What started as an uncertain experiment has grown to a plunge through the self-masturbatory nature of a man who fell in love with his own show. Follow Kenn Edwards through life as he struggles as an amateur artist, trying to find his way. Forget structure - the only regular thing you can expect is a general aura of positivity. Other than that - subject matter, release frequency, episode length - anything goes, all dependent on what each episode calls for. The trek is a familiar one, but I've made the story my own. Come follow along.
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Now displaying: June, 2015
Jun 30, 2015

In another episode dedicated to the art and pursuit of stand-up comedy, I (Kenn Edwards [along with previous guests/fellow amateur comics Thomas Wagoner & Paige Campbell]) speak with Chris Alan & TJ Ferguson about their experience working in the world of professional comedy. Subjects include the business, the process, personal gripes and more! This episode also continues to document my not-yet-professional comedy career, ending with a recording of the first set I ever got paid to do (Court Square Theater, Harrisonburg VA, 2.28.15), but even better than that: you get to hear 5 golden minutes of Chris Alan killing before opening up for this episode's brief-but-special cameo, renowned comedian Kyle Kinane!

Jun 22, 2015

Kenn talks to comedy rap sensation Zach Sherwin about his new album Rap!, dropping his stage name, the creative process itself, their mutual love of Weird Al, and much more!

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