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Put Your Hands Together with Cameron Esposito

By AST Records

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Description

From AST Records, it's the first-ever stand-up comedy podcast! Recorded live every Tuesday night at the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles. Fresh sets and backstage interviews from all of your favorite comedians. Hosted by Cameron Esposito. Get ready to clap!

Customer Reviews

Great Standup!

Great show that gives you access to a comedy show most of us will not be able to see in real life. Cameron is a charming and hilarious host and the comics are a wide range of styles and personalities. FUNNY

I can be at UCB and still live in Kansas

Great Host, and a chance to hear Stand-Ups that are NEVER EVER NEVER going to come to Kansas. The format of some stand-up and some backstage interview is cool as well. You might not love every comedian, but it's easy to love this show. SUBSCRIBED!

Long time listener. Growing dissatisfaction.

This podcast would be like a live stand up show if live stand up shows were actually interview talk shows. I love this podcast, its atmosphere, and its host, but It seems as it matures their are less and less comedians letting their sets be put out on the podcast and opting to do a back stage interview instead. The interviews are usually interesting and occasionally entertaining. I understand that not every comedian wants to put their work out in a recording before they've had a chance to hone it down but too many comedians doing interviews hurts the podcast. Seeing a work in progress is part of watching live comedy and would be vary much inline with the spirt of the PYHT podcast. Im a listener of this podcast because i love standup/improv comedy I just wish that why I was getting.