Monday, December 19, 2011

Episode 7 - A Very Merry Crisman Show!

This is the sickest episode to date! Sarah gets her interview on with renowned producer/performer Deonis, the incomparable artist Chelsea West, and panels stylist Mattie Michelle and musician Keite Young. Music from Pumah, Chelsea West, Snarky Puppy, and Deonis. Special premier of The Black and Blue's track LoveCrazy.

Sunday, November 27, 2011


On the Minisode: Sarah interviews producer extraordinaire Symbolyc One and they talk about everything from Badu to Soul Train Awards. Sarah and Nathan announce the Premier Variety Showcase Presents charity drive. And music from Strange Fruit Project, Carl Thomas, and Betty Wright.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Episode 6 - This One Goes Up To 11

Sarah Crisman interviews Corn Mo, Dr. Bethany Poston, and comedian Chris Darden (@CGDarden, Sarah and Nathan debate boredom and talk Back To The Future. Music from Common, .357 Lover, Farnell Newton, Devlin, and Josie Charlwood.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

The Crisman Show Podcast ep 5 - What Weird Edit?

Interviews with Mark Lettieri and Adam Schatz. Sarah and Nathan might've edited the show a bit. And music from Zo!, Khris Royal, The Karma Exchange, and Allen Stone.

Monday, October 24, 2011

The Crisman Show Podcast ep 4 - Jazz Hands

On this week's episode: Robby Blackwell, Thaddaeus Tribbett, music from G Koop, Paris Jones, Thundercat, and Deonis.  And Sarah and Nathan debate the finer points of jazz, and how little they know about it.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

The Crisman Show Podcast ep 3 - Second Citied

Sarah does her first Door Girl Interview. She interviews Dr. Bethany Poston. And Sarah and Nathan do their best Nichols and May impression. Also music from Otis Redding, KING, Robert Johnson, and Trevor Wesley.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

The Crisman Show Podcast ep 2 - Hall v. Oates

Open mic secrets with John Tole, Carey Denise, and Chris Corlae.  Three minute interview with Tomkat Your Comedy Kat.  And Sarah and Nathan discuss hipsters, Hall v. Oates, and Never Not Funny.  Plus music from Bernard Wright, G-Koop and O Man, John Carruth, and The Carolina Chocolate Drops.