So What Do You Really Do?
By Deadair Dennis Maler
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So What Do You Really Do? A podcast hosted by Deadair Dennis Maler talking with comedians, artists, and entertainers about their day jobs. Deadair Dennis is a comedian, a radio vet, and entertainer who has held many terrible day jobs while trying to achieve his goal of paying his rent from performing. Over the years he has worked in construction, restaurants, sales, radio, and soul-sucking, florescent lit offices. Luckily over the years he has met a staggering amount of other artists who have amazing interesting careers while still working at night to make it as an actor, comedian, musician, artists, etc. Sit down with him as chats with some of these amazingly talented artists.
||Women of Boston Comedy Round Table (Full Audio)||Women of Boston Comedy Talk Boston Comedy Recently I decided to sit down with a few of Boston’s premiere female comedians for a “State of the Union” of being a woman in Boston Comedy. The idea came while trying to think of a new and creative way||4/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Lulz of the Irish Roast Battle Royal Rumble 2018||Since I haven’t uploaded an interview in a very long time (I’m working on the new home studio, so I’ll be back soon), I figured in the meantime let’s take a departure from the norm and upload this Roast Battle my friend Justin P. Drew hosted.||1/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Counterintelligence Agent & Filmmaker Dianne Carroll||On this episode of the podcast I sat down and talked with filmmaker Dianne Carroll about her time in the military as a counterintelligence agent, interrogations, veteran benefits, mental health, and making movies.||7/31/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Budget Analysts, Child Psychologist & Comedians Josh Kuderna & Umar Khan||This week on the podcast I sat down with Baltimore comedians Josh Kuderna and Umar Khan at their home in Hampden just blocks from where the Charm City Comedy Festival was happening. Josh and I ran into each other my night of the festival outside of Gol.||5/21/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Barber & Comedian Kenny Warren||On this episode of the podcast I sat down and talked barbering and comedy with New York comedian and Average Black Man Kenny Warren from Comics Cutting Comics. Kenny is a comedian that has been cutting hair for 30 years.||5/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Parenting with Comedians Tom & Kerri Louise Cotter||This week on the podcast I quickly sat down with Tom and Kerri Louise Cotter to talk about parenting while doing comedy. Tom and Kerri are both from New England and on Last Comic Standing season 2. Since they met they moved to New York to pursue their .||4/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Politics and Prostitution with Comedian Kaytlin Bailey||This week on the podcast I sat down and spoke with former political campaign activist, former sex worker, and comedian Kaytlin Bailey. She was in Boston for the Women in Comedy Festival and to kick off the Cake Comedy Tour.||4/23/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Buzzfeed Writer & Comedian Ben Rosen||This week on the podcast is good friend from Baltimore, now living in New York City, writer and comedian Ben Rosen. Ben and I met before I started doing comedy through mutual friends, one a comedian, one who wasn’t. We instantly got a long.||10/15/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Vidographer & Musician Mike Rivkees of Mickey Rickshaw||Today on the podcast Videographer and musician Mike Rivkees of the band Mickey Rickshaw. I met Mike at an open mic in Jamaica Plain about 8 or 9 months ago, and we finally now were able to get together for this podcast.||9/4/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||War on Women||My guest on the podcast are the amazingly talented musicians Nancy Hornburg and Sue Werner of the band War on Woman. Nancy is actually a very old friend of mine from my earlier days in music and radio. Sue is the bass player in the band,||8/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Fascinating Real Life look at Comedians Survival Jobs
Great idea for a show. Well executed and a fascinating topic and insight into the things creative people do to pay the bills.
Loving the show. Good stories from interesting people. Keep it up.
Dew the 'do'!
This is a very interesting and compelling podcast. Deadair Dennis does a good job of interviewing interesting comedians about their day jobs. Worth a listen, especially the Kaitlin Bailey episode. She's great!