Scot Nery is a comedy entertainer who performs a pancake juggling show around the world, works in television and film, and creates theatrical prop-oriented productions.
Since it’s spooky time, I thought it would be a good season to bring up an audio track that has risen from the dead. This is an mp3 of interstitial I made for a performance at garage comedy in LA. I was to come out on stage as a loser radio DJ as if I were on location and broadcasting live from the show.
The idea was that these little things would play when I came on and tell the story that I work for an arrogant radio station. I had forgotten that the sound guy is horrible at that show. He didn’t play them at the right time or volume. I needed the sound stuff to work for my parody to work. It really hurt to subject a crowd to that, but it’s a free show and mostly for comedians, so oh well. You can listen to the tracks below.
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