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Best Tanned Gents podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Tanned Gents podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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My podcast is a 1:1 interview with a preset list of questions. What sets it apart from other podcasts is that I ask questions I personally want to know – and hopefully they’re more compelling than what you’ve heard before. If not, then… well, hey, it’s for me. They start with some light banter and then get heavier. Some of them are intentionally vague and are open to interpretation by the guest. The tone of the show is as serious or funny as the guest wants it to be. We don’t get to every qu ...
 
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I drove a mile up the street to interview the biggest comedian in the world. I sat down with Russell Peters at his mansion in our shared town of Studio City, California, to ask him my famous (well, after this) litany of questions in Episode 118 of The TanGent Show. As with all of mine, I did not edit, so what you’ll hear is a raw, real conversation…
 
I traveled to the Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, offices of Marketing Guru/Blogger/Author Seth Godin to discuss a plethora of topics… the definition of leadership, American exceptionalism, how he knows whether his speeches are successful, how to improve the US school system, how to avoid the “race to the bottom,” how overrated degrees can be, whether you …
 
On his only day off in what seems like months and on the eve of the shooting of an HBO pilot with one of his idols, Mike Judge, comedian Kumail Nanjiani finally came by after more than two years of trying to schedule a podcast appearance. (We thought it was a year and actually our first correspondence was January 2011, which is nuts.) And while he’…
 
Actor, writer, and Daily Show correspondent Aasif Mandvi took a break from filming his HBO series The Brink to sit down with comedian Rajiv Satyal to discuss his new memoir No Land’s Man and what is was like growing up Indo-British-Muslim-American. From start to finish, they had the audience rolling. Great audience, great rapport, great evening.…
 
You know her as Divya from USA’s globally-syndicated hit, Royal Pains. I know her as a girl I tried to pick up at an art museum in my hometown. Reshma Shetty was majoring in Opera at the world-renowned College-Conservatory of Music, a school at the University of Cincinnati. Even given the advantage that I studied at UC’s College of Engineering, it’…
 
You know her as Divya from USA’s globally-syndicated hit, Royal Pains. I know her as a girl I tried to pick up at an art museum in my hometown. Reshma Shetty was majoring in Opera at the world-renowned College-Conservatory of Music, a school at the University of Cincinnati. Even given the advantage that I studied at UC’s College of Engineering, it’…
 
He’s a better version of me. At least when it comes to standup. Seriously, whenever I see Fahim Anwar crush a room with a new bit, I think, “I should’ve written that!” He’s so within my reach – yet so outside of it. A talented comic and dancer, this man willingly graced my podcast and any dance floor set up at my birthday party every year. You may …
 
He’s a better version of me. At least when it comes to standup. Seriously, whenever I see Fahim Anwar crush a room with a new bit, I think, “I should’ve written that!” He’s so within my reach – yet so outside of it. A talented comic and dancer, this man willingly graced my podcast and any dance floor set up at my birthday party every year. You may …
 
She credits me with getting her into the business, which is quite possibly the highest compliment I’ve ever received. We met in LA in 2007 and hit it off immediately. At the Bollywood Music & Fashion Awards in New York (OK, fine – New Jersey), we spent a weekend together and a lifelong friendship was born. I had the pleasure of managing Melanie Cha…
 
Azhar Usman and I co-created Make Chai Not War, a Hindu-Muslim comedy showcase that has toured the world. In 2012, the US State Department sponsored our 7-city tour of India. Whom did we select as our third guy? None other than the very talented Hari Kondabolu. The three musketeers formed a forever bond as we had our ups and downs crossing the moth…
 
Azhar Usman and I co-created Make Chai Not War, a Hindu-Muslim comedy showcase that has toured the world. In 2012, the US State Department sponsored our 7-city tour of India. Whom did we select as our third guy? None other than the very talented Hari Kondabolu. The three musketeers formed a forever bond as we had our ups and downs crossing the moth…
 
~”You must now live in the post-world of your having said what you said.” Think about that for a sec. An example of various aphorisms dropped by my guest, Comedian Prashanth Venkataramanujam. The man with a 25-letter name knows more than his fair share of dollar words, which he peppers into our conversation – with as much skill as I drop in puns – …
 
Eddie Brill, the long-time booker for The Late Show with David Letterman, had me over to his East Village apartment, where I was wowed not only by the plethora of photographs of him with everybody from Barack Obama to Paul McCartney but also by his captivating, on-going commentary on such a wide variety of topics. Aspiring and established comics al…
 
The Podfather. No less than Steve Jobs referred to my latest guest as the pioneer of the podcast. Adam Curry hopes to be remembered for more than just what I knew him as – my favorite MTV VJ from the 1980s. And I’m sure that he will be. (And we’ll know he “made it” when there’s a plaque of him displayed somewhere in a public place.) We cover his co…
 
I spot-traded with Jeremiah Watkins. Now, that’s a rare statement because the man doesn’t do that. OK, so that’s not exactly what happened. Dare I say we stand in mutual admiration of each other? I dare say, because it’s my podcast and therefore my description and therefore I’ll write whatever I want. Well, I can certainly speak for myself: I am a …
 
World-traveled and seasoned comic Dwayne Perkins, the whiz kid from the projects, came to my Studio City residence to speak on many things, including the benefits of stringing together international gigs, explaining the perception of the other 5 boroughs by Brooklynites, appreciating the pun-making ability of optometry places and Asian restaurants,…
 
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