Brandon Judd, darling of the St. Louis stand-up scene, discusses some of his life experiences before comedy: like being an anxious paperboy, a depressed college student, and the importance of punk music during critical times in his life.
Very talented musician and funny person, Sean Kimble of Brother Lee and the Leather Jackals joins me to chat about being his elementary school's diversity poster child, music training with mom, and getting mugged multiple times. Love this guy- make sure to check out his music.
Jason talks about growing up poor in Soulard, family challenges, what drove him to succeed and how comedy helped him battle depression.
Big thanks to Jason for being the first guest, Thomas Card for the logo design, and Nick Szwedo for the music.