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Eric P. Nelson talks to Comedy Bang! Bang!'s Scott Aukerman

There's a good chance you've never heard of Comedy Bang! Bang! But if you have, many Hamburgers to you. Also, Heynongman. In its simplest form, host Scott Aukerman interviews a famous guest (actor, comedian, musician, hopefully not an author...) followed up by interviews with less famous, made up guests played by a rotating cast of some of the funniest people in the world. Each show is completely improvised and due to their strict ‘open door policy,’ we never know who might walk through the door, in a good way.  The podcast is celebrating it’s 15 year anniversary with the biggest tour ever and host and co-creator of the podcast, Scott Aukerman, accepted my request for an interview and so graciously gave me as much time as I needed to ask a few dumb questions and try to conduct a “professional” interview. I’ve been listening to this podcast for pretty much it’s entire run, so I wanted to ask questions about Dr. Trago’s ‘Creeeepies,’ has he ever been to Darren Matichek’s Bobblehead Museum and Hall of Fame, and how hard is it to communicate with Dr. Sweetchat the Small Talk Robot? I realized early on the interview wasn’t for me, and me only, so I did my best to let Scott explain what Comedy Bang! Bang! is, where it came from and a bit of what to expect at the live show.


Best Albums of 2024...So Far

We're half way thru the year and so far so good with the amount of albums we're excited about. Check out some of KRCL DJs favortie releases of first 6 months of 2024. Follow along with our Spotify playlist below and @KRCLradio.


Happy Record Store Day! Give your local store some love

If your pulse fluctuates between 33, 45 or 78 RPM, then let us be the first to wish you a Happy Record Store Day! This Saturday, April 20 many local record shops will celebrate the day with special releases, promotions and events. And, starting today some of KRCL's eclectic records will be avalable for sale at Fountain Records in downtown Salt Lake City.


Women of Americana Special on Across The Tracks

It's Women's History Month, and KRCL has been celebrating all month long. On this week's Across the Tracks we are going to join in with a "Women of Americana" special program.