Saturday, December 26, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Dec. 26

Was Santa good to you? Did you get your stocking stuffed? We hope so! But if not, don't fret. Even though it's the day after Christmas, we still have gifts in store for you. We've got goofy comedians, spiked egg nog, plenty of leftover Christmas shrubbery, hot nuts, fudge-packing lessons, and pine-scented air freshener. I know that's not much to offer, but we DO guarantee you a funny, cozy, and heavily discounted post-Christmas evening (FREE!) all you need is a radio or the Internet. Stay home (you're broke now anyway). Stay warm (it might rain). Stay drunk (escape your dysfunctional family)! Here's who we have around lingering around the yuletide log...

Kurt Weitzmann has been performing comedy for over 15 years and his act has been seen on Comedy Central, MTV, and on the stages of every San Francisco comedy club ever to come or go. Kurt Weitzmann created, edited, and produced the ingenious "SF Weakly", a highly celebrated parody of the SF Weekly, for which he was labeled a comic genius by non other than The SF Weekly. Kurt Weitzmanns comedy sketch album TALENTED is now available on AMERICAN DREAMS RECORDS. Kurt is also the producer of the new hit film "Last Call" and co-creator of the very popular and funny "Jesus Roast" and "Hitler Roast". Kurt is also a regular performer at the SF Punchline.

Charlie Ballard is 35, single, a Taurus, a total bottom but top for the right guy. He's been doing stand up for 6 years and his favorite color is eggplant. He loves long walks in jail and his favorite hobby is counting pigeons. Charlie recently had a promo clip for Jokes.com that aired on Comedy Central and he is currently conducting funny interviews with bay area comedians as part of his new video series on YouTube.

As of April 26th, 2009,
Cameron Edmondson is 28 years old. He's had a series of careers and jobs that have left him unfulfilled, uninspired, and unemployed. He's from San Luis Obispo, he loves comedy, he has five brothers, his family is incredibly jacked up, and he currently resides in San Francisco.

Edwin Li has been a working comedian since the age of 16. Performing, producing, and hosting various comedy shows in the Bay Area, Edwin’s comedy addresses issues ranging from dating to race, from education to finance. An avid fan and dedicated student of comedy from a young age, Edwin’s comedy incorporates his own life experiences relating to family, education, and culture. Although always eager for a laugh, like most comedians, Edwin can be surprisingly serious and contemplative, actively searching for new words and new language to express new experiences and perspectives in his life. Edwin is a regular at the San Francisco Punchline.

Born and raised in Harlem New York,
Jamarr John Johnson is an energetic, optimistic metrosexual with an eye on improving heterosexual relations! Not classically trained in the school of Bill Cosby and Jamie Foxx, Jamarr marvels at their abilities and hopes to smack the world by surprise. He also enjoys the obscure sometimes mundane observations of everyday life and indulges in the opportunity to share deep truths of his personal life. A determined performer, Jamarr performs and writes in front of a mirror every day to hone his skills. He desires to make people laugh while healing their souls. He is extremely committed to being entertaining and insightful as he hopes to be considered as one of the most authentic comedians around today!

Jamarr has performed with comedians such as Steve White, Christopher “Kid” Reid, Rene Hicks, Todd Paul and Rocky LaPorte to name drop a few. You can find Jamarr Hosting his own show on Cannery Row at Blue Fin Billiards in Monterey, California and has a recent appearances at the Improv in San Jose, The Crow’s Nest in Santa Cruz and The Broadway Comedy Club in New York City. The bottom line is, “Jamarr John Johnson will be a force to be reckoned with very soon” -- Christopher “Kid” Reid.


Now get ready to laugh your fat, bloated bellies off!

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Saturday, December 12, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Dec. 12

Hey, I have a fine idea...let's get Freaky for the Holidays. Did you know that John Miller is a freak and so am I? Shall we prove it to you? (Thought we wouldn't?) Join us for four insane hours of RAW, completely UNCENSORED, and EXPLICIT fun tonight from 8 pm - Midnight. And hey, we are weathering this gnarly rainstorm for YOU, our comedy-freak-voyeurs. Yes, we are leaving the comfort of our own warm, dry, and cozy homes to trudge through some hard core, slippery-when-wet weather for YOU baby, so that we can bring you hard core laughs and mayhem! So show some appreciation, tune in, and get your freak on!

First up on the JMP...we are thrilled to have Will Franken back on the show! Franken’s humor is rooted in the British sketch comedy tradition. Onstage, he portrays an eclectic mix of characters through a series of interconnected vignettes. His skits are often satirical, skewering a range of subcultures and political views. In 2005, the SF Weekly selected Franken as Best Comedian, the San Francisco Bay Guardian calls him the Best Alternative to Psychedelic Drugs, and Tribe.net named him one of the Top 25 People to Watch nationwide.

Next up. Santa Vs. Scrooge. Who will win? Do you know? Can you guess? What's your wager? Do you even know what the fuck I'm talking about? Me neither. But our guests do. Which guests? Duh, hello...Santa and Scrooge.

And then...struttin' her stuff in her amazingly high heels, skin-tight jeans, and Velma glasses, Lindsay Blaz has slammed into the violent mosh pit we call the bay area comedy scene! Hailing from Santa Cruz, she's a tough and rebellious renegade in the comedy business and also just a really cool chick and my good friend! Lindsay runs and hosts several popular comedy shows in the Santa Cruz/Monterey area. She and I have some really freaky, outlandish girl chat so you don’t want to miss out on that…

Tonight just keeps getting nuttier...

First let me remind you that this is alternative comedy radio. Let me define this for you. Alternative: al⋅ter⋅na⋅tive [awl-tur-nuh-tiv] (-adjective): Employing or following nontraditional or unconventional ideas, methods, etc.; existing outside the establishment.

My old friend and cohort in crime truly exists outside the establishment. He is coming back to reunite with me and shock and disturb our listeners. He is our "special" guest. His last name is 13 letters long. He has a 7- foot bong. Not only that...he has THREE testicles, people. (I'm betting he can hold that bong up pretty well on that huge, 3-ball sack of his!) He likes to discuss matters of weed and hookers openly. He has been featured in the soon-to-be-famous "Hanging Out" videos with Vahe Hovak. Ladies and gentleman, may we introduce to you a legend in his own mind, the wonderfully infamous (and famous to a select few) Chris Schiappacasse. (That's "Skah - Pah - KAH *- Say" although I say "Shee-Yah- Pah - KAH* - Say).

Vahe Hovak. Comedian. Producer. Up-and-Coming YouTube Sensation. Sidekick. Vahe is all of those things and more. But most importantly, Vahe is this hot, young dude with the most beautiful eyes I've ever seen. (Sorry, Vahe, I write the bios around here and I'm a dirty ole' cougar.) Anyway, Vahe makes these videos about hanging out with comedians in the SF comedy community called "Hangin' Out." (Do a search on YouTube: Vahe Hovak, Hanging Out.) In these videos, Vahe captures the true essence of each featured comedian by revealing them relaxing in their natural environments, just talking about whatever comes to mind, much like we do here on the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta. Comedians are at their funniest when they aren't being pressured to perform--they're simply "Hanging Out" and being themselves. This is when their natural talent comes forth and they reveal their funniest true selves. Vahe creates, edits, stars in, and produces these outlandishly fun and funny videos and in my mind, these are destined to become viral videos--world-wide, internet sensations--which will soon make him famous. Now after writing all of that, I better get laid. :) ha ha

Now for a couple more of our hilarious friends and faithful regulars on the show...Tony Sparks and Jabari Davis!

Tony Sparks, known to all in the SF area as the Father of SF Comedy, is one of the nicest and funniest comedians you can meet. He's also one of the best comedy hosts you could be entertained by. Wonderfully supportive to comics of all levels (newbies to veterans), he helps make stage time available to anyone who wants it. Tony Sparks is a class act when it comes to professionalism, supporting the comedy community, and bringing non-stop laughs and fun to us all. He hosts a hugely popular open mic in the SF bay area, the famed Brain Wash Café in San Francisco. This is where NO ONE gets turned down for stage time. Tony enlists the entire audience, every week, to welcome every new comedian with “A Lot of Love!!!” What? "A LOT OF LOVE!!!!!!" Tony Sparks can also be found performing comedy and hosting shows all over the place, and he produces, promotes, and/or hosts several shows including Speech Therapy Comedy at Il Pirata, All-Star Comedy and More at The SF Playhouse, Street Legal Comedy at Pissed Off Pete's, and Raw Comedy Night at Poleng Lounge.

Jabari Davis is also on the show! I recently watched Jabari host the Roast of Tony Sparks, and I was absolutely blown away by how naturally funny he is as a comedian, roast master, and improviser. Also he is just a genuinely nice guy and fun person to hang out with. (And a lot of comedians are dicks, so that is saying something!) Jabari Davis is a hilarious LA-native comedian who performs at all the hottest shows in the area including Raw Comedy Night at Poleng Lounge, Speech Therapy at Il Pirata, King Pin Comedy, and Live at Deluxe at Club Deluxe. "This young comic is taking San Francisco by storm - a talent not to be overlooked." -- Tony Sparks, Father of SF Comedy.

That's it in a nutshell. A bunch of actual nuts, in this shell. So who wants to bust this nut?

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P.S. We don't care if you've been naughty or nice. We're still going to shoot our "gifts" all over you. Wear a raincoat.

Friday, November 27, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Nov. 28

Tryptophan, carbs, and alcohol, oh my! Welcome to your post-Thanksgiving hangover. Bloated much? Did ya gobble? Ok then, why not stay home in the comfort your own home tonight. Yeah! Fuck it! Be gluttonous, care-free, and relaxed! Save your money. We bring the laughs to you, all you need is a radio or the Internet.

Tonight on the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta...

Kurt Weitzmann has been performing comedy for over 15 years and his act has been seen on Comedy Central, MTV, and on the stages of every San Francisco comedy club ever to come or go. Kurt Weitzmann created, edited, and produced the ingenious "SF Weakly", a highly celebrated parody of the SF Weekly, for which he was labeled a comic genius by non other than The SF Weekly. Kurt Weitzmanns comedy sketch album TALENTED is now available on AMERICAN DREAMS RECORDS. Kurt is also the producer of the new hit film "Last Call" and co-creator of the very popular and funny "Jesus Roast" and "Hitler Roast". Kurt is also a regular performer at the SF Punchline.

From the very moment Howard Stone enters the stage, hooting and hollering, you know you're in for a special treat. As a single dad with a gruff exterior but a heart of pure gold, Stone spouts alternative family values with edge and irony. He proudly extols the importance of ether as a viable tool for child rearing while launching effortlessly into tirades about pop culture, commercialism and the absurdities of life. Howard has featured in the “Jesus Roast” and “Hitler Roast”, and “The Uncle Howard Show” and performs all over the bay area.

Chris Thayer lives in San Francisco. One of the unlikeliest assassins of the new wave of SF comedians, Chris has performed at The Purple Onion, Club Deluxe, and Hemlock Tavern opening for the likes of Reggie Watts and Rick Shapiro.

Dr. Brian King is a comedian who also is a psychologist specializing in Human Sexuality, which always makes for some hilarious and sizzling conversation! Dr Brian has led many research projects, written papers, and presented at national conferences regarding his research on s-e-x. Hell, they even let him teach college a few times. He is not a therapist or counselor, but he is an opinionated smart-ass with regular access to a computer. He is also a fan of hip-hop, vodka martinis, and girls that wear skirts in the winter. Oh, and comedy. Dr Brian likes to think he's a comedian. Dr. Brian also produces the wildly popular Wharf Room Comedy Stand-Up Showcase at Castagnola's in San Francisco.

Burtis Cutler (A.K.A. "The World's Shortest Redneck") has stocked up his trailer and packed up his cooler with dozens of punchlines and dozens more fishing lines. He's so funny he makes us spit foamy Coors out of our noses! Wonderfully delightful and down-to-earth, expect a lot of laughs from Burtis Cutler as he shares with us many hilarious tales from life in the south.

Now go make yourself another sandwich (but reserve the pickle for me!). Then tune in!

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Friday, November 20, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Nov. 21

Hello My Hot Little Butterballs,

It's about that time folks. Time to Gobble, Gobble, Gobble up the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta! Are you ready for your Stuffing? Because we are more than ready to give it to you. We are also ready to reach in and play with your giblets. Yep, this week is Thanksgiving week and we have one terrific spread for you, lemme tell ya. We have comedians, Coors, Cool Whip...a full feast of fantastic funny freaks ready to FIESTA!!!

First up, how 'bout some juicy white breast meat?

We have a favorite of the JMP, Kira Soltanovich. Born in the former Soviet Union, and raised by immigrant parents in San Francisco, Kira Soltanovich has plenty to laugh about. "Like most kids, my parents took me to Disneyland …not for the rides, for the lines. They assumed there’d be food at the end of them." Kira was a series regular for four seasons on Girls Behaving Badly, and has also appeared on such shows as Jimmy Kimmel Live, 3rd Rock From The Sun, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. (Kira will be headlining the Purple Onion in San Francisco on December 5th!)

Next up, MORE tasty white breast meat ...with a side of spaghetti!

Cheril Vendetti is a seasoned and much sought after comedienne on America’s comedy circuit, where her bookings keep her on the road for most of the year. When in Los Angeles, she is a regular at the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood, and recently appeared in the “The Main Room,” a documentary about the club. She received a Clio award for playing an Italian cook in a Foster Farm commercial, and has appeared on HBO’s Real Sex (thankfully, fully clothed). It was on stage at NATPE where talent agent David Tenzer of CAA began to represent Miss Vendetti and her cooking show “I Got Your Recipes..Right Here!!” It was also on that stage where she got to create two TV pilots “The Queen of New Jersey” and “Queen of the Road.” Miss Vendetti has just completed a comical cookbook, “Mistress of the Mob Cuisine.”

Next..no meal would be complete without a side dish of Corny...

Steve Ferris started doing comedy in 2004 and has been doing it consistently since. Before that he did it for a little while and then stopped for a year. Before that he did it one time in a high school talent contest, which resulted in him being suspended for three days. Really though, he kind of feels like he's always been a comedian, and his whole life is like his act. Steve Ferris has many talents, but comedy is probably his favorite. The reason for this is because you can see it in everything that he does. His style is the result of a dissatisfaction with convention and a strong interest in innovation. The approach is less physical, less intellectual, and more emotional and dramatic. This means comedy that you feel from the inside. Steve features regularly at the San Francisco Punchline and his genres include puns, observational, innuendo, dick, anti-humor, one-liners, and shock.

Now who's in the mood for a little dark meat on their plates? :) We are!!

We're serving up some delicious, juicy portions of Tony Sparks and Kaseem Bentley! Kaseem is the Bay Area's number one insult comic and Tony Sparks, known to all in the SF area as the Father of SF Comedy, is one of the nicest and funniest comedians you can meet. He's also one of the best comedy hosts you could be entertained by. Wonderfully supportive to comics of all levels (newbies to veterans), he helps make stage time available to anyone who wants it. Tony Sparks is a class act when it comes to professionalism, supporting the comedy community, and bringing non-stop laughs and fun to us all. He hosts a hugely popular open mic in the SF bay area, the famed Brain Wash Café in San Francisco. This is where NO ONE gets turned down for stage time. Tony enlists the entire audience, every week, to welcome every new comedian with “A Lot of Love!!!” What? "A LOT OF LOVE!!!!!!" Tony Sparks can also be found performing comedy and hosting shows all over the place, and he produces, promotes, and/or hosts several shows including Speech Therapy Comedy at Il Pirata, All-Star Comedy and More at The SF Playhouse, Street Legal Comedy at Pissed Off Pete's, and Raw Comedy Night at Poleng Lounge.

And finally... DESSERT has arrived! He's sweet, he's funny, and often quite creamy...Butch Escobar is on the plate!

Butch Escobar hosts a kick-ass monthly showcase at the San Jose Improv on the 4th Wednesday of every month called “Butch Escobar’s Unfiltered Underground.” Butch also has hosted and featured in Big Al’s Big Ass Comedy Show, another great show you can catch at the Improv. You can see Butch perform at other great venues around the South Bay and it’s a guarantee that any of the shows he’s involved in is going to be a great time. Butch is great—he tells it like it is and does not censor himself by any means. And, it’s a well known fact, we’re all about not censoring yourself on the JMP. We can’t wait to talk about anything and everything with him!

Now unbuckle your pants, Pilgrims. And Tune in!

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Did you hear about the X-rated turkey? It's served with very little dressing.

Friday, November 6, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Nov. 7

First and foreskin, we'd like to thank all the fiercely funny comedians who came and did our last show, namely Steve Booth and all of our faithful regulars Kurt Weitzmann, Dr. Brian King, Michael Hyde, Drew Pult, and Kevin Munroe. It was record breaking as one of our most vulgar shows we've had to date, but we also had record-breaking fun and laughs, so what're ya gonna do? Yes that's right, you're gonna catch the madness, vulgarity, and hilarity one more time by clicking "Last Show" on www.fccfree.com. DO IT!!!

And now for this week's line-up of superstars, planets, and possibly Uranus...

Mike Siegel is a professional stand-up comedian, host and actor. He can be seen nationally every week hosting TBS network's "TBS Movie EXTRA ", HGTV's "If Walls Could Talk ", and Fine Living networks' " What You Get For the Money" (which also airs on HGTV). He has also hosted the Game Show Network's "GSN Live". But his television appearances hardly stop there. He began his TV career as a VH-1 on-air personality, and followed up as host of the NBC hidden-camera special, "Payback ". Mike has performed stand-up comedy on numerous television shows, including "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn " (CBS), "Late Friday" (NBC), "Comedy Showcase with Louie Anderson" (NBC), "Stand-up, Stand-up" (Comedy Central), and "Friday Night" (NBC).

Mike has also been a repeat panelist on the hit late-night talk show on E!, "Chelsea Lately". Mike's also been seen on the small screen as an actor. He was a recurring guest star on the CBS drama "JAG" , and had supporting roles in such shows as "24" (FOX), "Prison Break" (FOX), "Less Than Perfect" (ABC), "Eve" (UPN), "Strong Medicine " (Lifetime), "Andy Richter Controls the Universe" (FOX), and " Sabrina" (WB). Mike made his transition to movies with a bang by landing a role in the highly acclaimed Steven Soderbergh drama Traffic , starring Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. He had a scene-stealing supporting role in the independent feature The Godfather of Green Bay, starring Lauren Holly, and another in Freeloaders, directed by Dan Rosen. Mike also played a lead in Inside Out, a short film directed by L. Zane.

Kurt Weitzmann has been performing comedy for over 15 years and his act has been seen on Comedy Central, MTV, and on the stages of every San Francisco comedy club ever to come or go. Kurt Weitzmann created, edited, and produced the ingenious "SF Weakly", a highly celebrated parody of the SF Weekly, for which he was labeled a comic genius by non other than The SF Weekly. Kurt Weitzmanns comedy sketch album TALENTED is now available on AMERICAN DREAMS RECORDS. Kurt is also the producer of the new hit film "Last Call" and co-creator of the very popular and funny "Jesus Roast" and "Hitler Roast". Kurt is also a regular performer at the SF Punchline.

Ronn Vigh, so-sexy-it’s-difficult-to-not-jump-his-bones-while-he’s-on-stage, brings his unique brand of comedy to clubs, colleges, and airport lavatories all over the world. His brash attitude and acerbic wit have earned him a comparison to a young Joan Rivers by SF Weekly. Well, if she were male, gay, and didn’t shoot Botox by the pound. He was featured on NBC’s Last Comic Standing II and in 2005 founded and still co-produces the successful “Harvey’s Funny Tuesday’s” weekly comedy show at Harvey’s in the Castro District of San Francisco. No stranger to the comedy and alternative scene, he recently hosted Palm Springs Pride, headlined the Lake Tahoe Gay & Lesbian WinterFest, 10th Annual Michigan ComedyFest, and the list goes on and on and on--much like when Ronn speaks.

His one man show, 98 Pounds of Fury, enjoyed a successful run, appeared in the Off-Broadway smash hit 10 Naked Men, recently hosted coverage for the SF GLBT Pride Parade and gained much attention for a controversial off-the-cuff comment about bisexuals. He’s played Joan Rivers at Comedy Noir’s Jesus Roast, a gay Elvis Presley in a Vegas.com commercial, and a science geek in a Magrack ad displayed in NYC subways. Needless to say, he’s versatile (in many ways). He’s been heard on the radio waves and a frequent contributor to shows such as "Fernando & Greg" on Energy 92.7FM, Shake Radio on 960 AM, The Quake and Live 105’s KGAY Weekend in San Francisco. He currently reports, and was featured in, the New York Times for his "Weekly Show" on Vidsf.com. His biggest accomplishment to date: working as a flight attendant and he never smothers any of his passengers with a pillow.

Trevor Hill is also coming to the JMP! After years of joking around with his friends, literally none of them insisted that Trevor bring his talents to the stage. And on a dare, he ended up winning that contest! And the rest is history. Trevor got his start at the world-renowned and internationally respected Mike T. Benatar's Zanie Chuckle Station in Hermosa Beach, CA. This is where he met and shared the stage with such comedy legends as Tito the Entertainer and Jeffy "The Banana Man" Silverstein. After only 2 hours and 45 minutes in the comedy game, Trevor has performed in clubs in SF, LA, NY, H, and also D. He has also performed his family-friendly stylings at all the colleges on earth. His hard hitting comedy touches on such controversial topics as incest, genocide, and Sandra Bullock movies. Trevor is also the co-creator and host of the award-winning comedic game show, "Hey, What's in this Can?" In 2009, he was a semi-quarter finalist in a Comedy Competition. And the rest is history...

Trak Roberts, AKA "Trak the Entertainer," is a new breed of artist who's going to take the entertainment world by storm. He's a 33-year old stand-up comedian, producer, singer-song writer, rapper, and political poet. Trak Roberts is the new version of today's "urban rennaisance man", blessed with a multitude of talents and the god-given ability to demonstrate proficiency in all of his crafts. Trak's got all the tools he needs in his entertainment arsenal to become one of the next great multi-media stars! Trak has featured in two comedy DVDs that were filmed this year, and had the honor of opening for the "King of Venice Beach" Michael Colyar, a 23-year veteran of the comedy circuit. Look out world..."The era that is Trak is among you!"

Cody Woods is a comedian that does comedy sometimes. He is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and is being black balled in the comedy industry. If you would like to see Cody perform, just find him on Facebook at: facebook.com/i.have.balls.of.gold so you can find a gig near you that he will not be getting booked at. His material is performed mainly in a topical and intimate style and is pretty edgy. Cody Woods also runs a shithole comedy venue on Stanford campus called the "750 Pub", where comics have the privilege of being enjoyed by people who will be making up to $450,000 within the next two years and happen to be the same type of people that comics often gawked at in high school. Cody Woods is also very articulate and his vocabulary is often filled with prestigious words like "gawk" and "high school". Cody Woods is part Irish and once had a dog.

Now turn off all the lights. Prop up a telescope by the window so you can get ready for some local and national comedy celebrity star gazing. If you don't have a telescope, then by golly, get your binoculars out, you naughty little perverts..and don't forget to turn on the radio...

Then tune in!


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We're getting old and it doesn't take much to thrill us.
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Friday, October 16, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Oct. 17

Oh, baby. This show is going to be huge. Heeeyuuuge!

Zane Lamprey is going to be on the show. Yes, he really is this time! REALLY! Hey look. His kid was sick last week. Give the dude a break! We are going to have some cool give-aways during Zane's segment this week so be sure to listen up. You could win something! You want to be a winner don't you?! Sure you do.

Zane Lamprey, as seen on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, is a comedian, actor, editor, producer, and writer for television and movies. Early in his career, he worked on several projects for Comedy Central, Girls Gone Wild, VH1, and Nickelodeon. He was also a cast member on MTV's Damage Control and host of VH1's reality show Motormouth. Zane is best known for being the globe-trotting “Libation Guru” who travels the world (with a stuffed monkey called Pleepleus) in exploration of local drinking customs as host of Three Sheets.

Three Sheets is a cult television travelogue airing its fourth season weeknights at 10pm ET/PT exclusively on Fine Living Network (FLN), one of five lifestyle cable networks from the makers of HGTV and Food Network. Three Sheets has taken Zane (and Pleepleus) to over 50 countries, where he has visited countless watering holes, consumed exotic drinks, and encountered a colorful cast of characters along the way. His mission is to offer viewers a great window on leisure time libations throughout the world. Three Sheets has a fan following via Twitter and Facebook where thousands of followers show up to “tip a few” with Zane.

Despite holding the title “Alcohol Ambassador to the World,” Zane claims the show is not about getting inebriated but rather an educational journey, saying "I drink to try new things, to learn about drinking cultures…sometimes levels of inebriation are the by-product of my job.” Adding, “I don’t drink as much as people think. It's like I'm sure the math teacher doesn't come home and do math.” He also hosts Have Fork, Will Travel, currently running on Food Network, a show similar to Three Sheets focusing on local food and eating customs.

Next up, we have the very amusing and multi-talented Steve Booth!

Steve Booth has had a varied career in stand-up, television, and film. His commercials include "Free Doritos – Snow globe throwing office worker," which was voted Superbowl XLIII’s NUMBER ONE COMMERCIAL by USA Today, MSNBC and YouTube, "Get More Heinz – Big Kid," a Herbert Brothers Production, and "Duct Tape – Duct Taped Roomate," a Doritos Crash The Superbowl Finalist that aired on Comedy Central, MTV, and G4. Steve was host of 17 episodes of XLTV, which aired on UPN for two seasons. He was also a featured performer on Uncut. Steve also appeared on SplatterFactor as comic relief interviewing paintball players and fans. This show aired for one season on FOXSPORTS. Steve has also had numerous small spots in music videos, local commercials, and appearances as a local personality.

Steve was also a featured comedian in the South of Sanity Stand-Up Comedy Tour, was a Finalist in Jerry Springer’s Funniest Fan Contest, and was a featured comedian in Laughter From The Homefront – a DVD for troops in Iraq. He has done hundreds of performances at comedy clubs, colleges, corporations, and theaters across the midwest. He is currently the Director of Nacho Mamas Comedy, and has been in the Wit’s End Comedy Troupe, Trespassers Only Improv Comedy, and Friday Night Live. Steve also taught improv and acting workshops at Xavier University and for corporate sales/brand/team building. Steve has authored a book and DVD series entitled Improv Games for Groups. He was also author and performer on House of Bugs, a 10-song children’s music CD, and he was author and performer for a 12-song comedy album entitled “Screwed, Blued, and Tattooed”. Steve Booth was also a celebrity judge at the Oxford International Film Festival.

Dr. Brian King is a comedian who also is a psychologist specializing in Human Sexuality, which always makes for some hilarious and sizzling conversation! Dr Brian has led many research projects, written papers, and presented at national conferences regarding his research on s-e-x. Hell, they even let him teach college a few times. He is not a therapist or counselor, but he is an opinionated smart-ass with regular access to a computer. He is also a fan of hip-hop, vodka martinis, and girls that wear skirts in the winter. Oh, and comedy. Dr Brian likes to think he's a comedian. Dr. Brian also produces the wildly popular Wharf Room Comedy Stand-Up Showcase at Castagnola's in San Francisco.

Michael Hyde is a comedian in the San Francisco scene and no, he's not gay. Apparently raised by a pack of wild televisions (all tuned to Gilligan's Island), Mike has recently escaped the vile clutches of the so-called "King of the Burgers." Mike was born on the 2nd, 3rd, and sometimes the 6th of November, after a successful 12-month tour of his mother's uterus. His mother (known ever after as "Mommy") turned to the infant's father, proudly presented him with his new son and said, "Vasectomy or divorce. Your choice." Surprisingly, his father took both. Or maybe not so surprisingly. This was followed by forty years of completely boring crap, except for a five-year period when he was a 3-star gourmet chef on a ship full of piratical morons. But that's another story. Mike enjoys crazy-extreme sports, such as climbing stairs, searching for his feet, skydiving over Africa, and is still not gay so quit insinuating. Michael Hyde performs at clubs and venues all over the Bay Area, including the San Jose Improv, the Purple Onion, Tommy T's, Rooster T. Feathers, Castagnola's, the SF Clubhouse, the Blue Lagoon, and PepperBelly's.

Drew Pult is just a funny-ass cripple trying to take the ramp to the top. An elevator would work too, just no stairs. He has the ambition of a young Bill Gates and the mobility of a young redwood. Drew Pult does stand-up in a wheelchair. Now THAT'S funny! Drew is a regular headliner at Tommy T's Comedy Club as well as many other venues throughout the Bay Area and also is co-host of the hot new comedy talk radio show Antithesis Radio, which airs on Friday nights at 10 PM on our home station, FCCFREERADIO, 107.3 FM in San Francisco.

Kevin Munroe is a very tall and very funny comedian originally from the Carribbean. Listening to him reminds you of a lazy, tropical beach and one very, VERY potent tropical drink. Kevin was a finalist in this year’s Rooster T. Feathers Annual Comedy Competition and he's a favorite in the SF comedy scene. Kevin was part of the "Over Six Feet of Funny" troupe and also produced the long running “Ebony & Irony” show. He's an amazing talent and also just a really cool person. You can catch Kevin at all the major comedy clubs in the area and he makes regular appearances at the SF Punchline and the Purple Onion.

Now put the car in park, ease the seat back, make sure no cops are around, then fondle your left nipple a little.

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Friday, October 9, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Oct. 10

October 10th is an important day in American history. October 10th is the birthday of Brett Favre (statistically the greatest quarterback of all time), the birthday of David Lee Roth (hottest, most talented teen idol of all time--Fuck Van Hagar!), and of UTMOST significance, the air date of the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta (the best comedy talk radio show of all time)!

Awww yeah that's right. We are back in the saddle, feeling rather spunky, and ready to blab our heads off about everything and anything with more rambunctious comedians.

Zane Lamprey, as seen on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, is a comedian, actor, editor, producer, and writer for television and movies. Early in his career, he worked on several projects for Comedy Central, Girls Gone Wild, VH1, and Nickelodeon. He was also a cast member on MTV's Damage Control and host of VH1's reality show Motormouth. Zane is best known for being the globe-trotting “Libation Guru” who travels the world (with a stuffed monkey called Pleepleus) in exploration of local drinking customs as host of Three Sheets.

Three Sheets is a cult television travelogue airing its fourth season weeknights at 10pm ET/PT exclusively on Fine Living Network (FLN), one of five lifestyle cable networks from the makers of HGTV and Food Network. Three Sheets has taken Zane (and Pleepleus) to over 50 countries, where he has visited countless watering holes, consumed exotic drinks, and encountered a colorful cast of characters along the way. His mission is to offer viewers a great window on leisure time libations throughout the world. Three Sheets has a fan following via Twitter and Facebook where thousands of followers show up to “tip a few” with Zane.

Despite holding the title “Alcohol Ambassador to the World,” Zane claims the show is not about getting inebriated but rather an educational journey, saying "I drink to try new things, to learn about drinking cultures…sometimes levels of inebriation are the by-product of my job.” Adding, “I don’t drink as much as people think. It's like I'm sure the math teacher doesn't come home and do math.” He also hosts Have Fork, Will Travel, currently running on Food Network, a show similar to Three Sheets focusing on local food and eating customs.

Mike Siegel is a professional stand-up comedian, host and actor. He can be seen nationally every week hosting TBS network's "TBS Movie EXTRA ", HGTV's "If Walls Could Talk ", and Fine Living networks' " What You Get For the Money" (which also airs on HGTV). He has also hosted the Game Show Network's "GSN Live". But his television appearances hardly stop there. He began his TV career as a VH-1 on-air personality, and followed up as host of the NBC hidden-camera special, "Payback ". Mike has performed stand-up comedy on numerous television shows, including "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn " (CBS), "Late Friday" (NBC), "Comedy Showcase with Louie Anderson" (NBC), "Stand-up, Stand-up" (Comedy Central), and "Friday Night" (NBC).

Mike has also been a repeat panelist on the hit late-night talk show on E!, "Chelsea Lately". Mike's also been seen on the small screen as an actor. He was a recurring guest star on the CBS drama "JAG" , and had supporting roles in such shows as "24" (FOX), "Prison Break" (FOX), "Less Than Perfect" (ABC), "Eve" (UPN), "Strong Medicine " (Lifetime), "Andy Richter Controls the Universe" (FOX), and " Sabrina" (WB). Mike made his transition to movies with a bang by landing a role in the highly acclaimed Steven Soderbergh drama Traffic , starring Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. He had a scene-stealing supporting role in the independent feature The Godfather of Green Bay, starring Lauren Holly, and another in Freeloaders, directed by Dan Rosen. Mike also played a lead in Inside Out, a short film directed by L. Zane.

Gail Jones is a recovering Southern Belle from a little bump in the road town called Hartselle, Alabama. In the late 70’s, she started doing lectures on sex education. She was surprised to find that she had a knack for making people laugh and putting the audience at ease. She combines the insight and humor that she gets from her "day job" as a sex therapist with the laughs and pain of being an older single person in the dating world. She has also co-written two children’s books as well as produced and hosted a cable access show, "Let’s Talk About Sex and Loving" where she won a BACE Award and WAVE Award. Described as the "Phyllis Diller of the 21st Century," Gail brings her background in lecturing improv, acting, writing, and stand-up comedy to venues all over California where she keeps her audiences laughing all the way home.

Daymon Ferguson hails from Hell. Or rather, Chico California, where he was born into a white trash tradition that he’s been trying to escape ever since. High school brought the impetus Daymon needed to become a comedian—he announced to his tenth grade drama teacher that he would one day become a stand-up comic. He got right on that, too. A mere twenty years later, here he is! But first he had to take care of a few other careers—Daymon has been a diesel truck mechanic, pizza delivery guy, forklift mechanic, waiter, racecar driver, ditch digger, exotic dancers’ bodyguard, and lawyer. All of which have helped prepare him for a career standing up in front of a bunch of people, telling dick jokes. Daymon is a treat on stage, not to be missed, and you can catch him regularly at the SF Clubhouse.

Butch Escobar hosts a kick-ass monthly showcase at the San Jose Improv on the 4th Wednesday of every month called “Butch Escobar’s Unfiltered Underground.” Butch also has hosted and featured in Big Al’s Big Ass Comedy Show, another great show you can catch at the Improv. You can see Butch perform at other great venues around the South Bay and it’s a guarantee that any of the shows he’s involved in is going to be a great time. Butch is great—he tells it like it is and does not censor himself by any means. And, it’s a well known fact, we’re all about not censoring yourself on the JMP. We can’t wait to talk about anything and everything with him!

Now go in the kitchen and fix yourself a delicious horndog.

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Friday, October 2, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Oct. 3

This Saturday is an incredible show with an awesome line-up of insanely talented (and in some cases, insane) comedians. (Yeah we know. What's new?) Our combination of celebrity guests, local outstanding performers, and NO CONTENT RESTRICTIONS make the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta the most deliciously fun comedy talk radio show to be on in the whole fuckin' world. Get it? Wonderful.

Anthony DeVito is a comedian, actor and writer and a native New Yorker. He performs stand-up, character, and sketch comedy all over New York City in venues like Comix, UCB Theater, and The P.I.T. He acts in national commercials, network television and film, and writes comedy for magazines, stage, and the web. Anthony’s television credits include the Season 4 Premiere of Rescue Me with Denis Leary, NBC's Late Night With Conan O'Brien, and VH1’s Best Week Ever with Paul F. Tompkins. He’s also appeared on A&E, Discovery Channel, VH1’s All Access series and Comedy Central.

Anthony had his film acting debut in the hit comedy from Italy, Natale a New York (Christmas in New York.) He can soon be seen as a co-lead in the independent feature Apostles of Park Slope. He has acted in short comedy films playing a crack-dealing plumber, a Sharpie®-sniffing office drone, a competitive priest, an inappropriately violent cop, and an assassin who works for the lottery commission. His stage credits include NYC’s Manhattan Monologue Slam, the Little Monsters Festival, and the one-act comedy CTRL+ALT+DEL, written and directed by Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien writer Andres du Bouchet. He recently took part in a staged reading of the new play Dear Blacksburg, I’m Dead about the Virginia Tech shootings. Anthony has appeared in commercials for Humira, Caesars Atlantic City, CarMax, Cablevision, NYC.gov, American Express, Price Chopper Stores and Fanta Soda. He's even been in a music video playing a mailman in Bon Jovi's Have A Nice Day.

In addition to conceiving and writing all his own material, Anthony spent three years coming up with new ways to make fun of ugly clothes as one of Us Weekly magazine's most popular Fashion Police. He’s contributed topical jokes to dailycomedy.com, video scripts for RiverWired.com, and humor for Jest Magazine. He also works as a creative consultant, combining his comedy and writing skills with his background in advertising to create ad campaigns, conceptual treatments and funny content for advertising and entertainment brands. Anthony co-created, wrote, appeared in, and edited the web comedy short re:ORG, a heartbreaking story of a bunch of saps who work in an office that's run by evil aliens from outer space, and is currently developing a new sitcom for the web.

Zane Lamprey is a comedian, actor, editor, producer, and writer for television and movies. He grew up in Syracuse, New York and went to school at SUNY Cortland in Cortland, New York where he majored in fine arts and minored in theatre. He has had a varied career in entertainment. Early in his career he worked on several projects for Comedy Central, Girls Gone Wild, VH1 and Nickelodeon. He was also a cast member on MTV's Damage Control and host of VH1's reality show Motormouth. He is best known for hosting Three Sheets, which ran on MOJO HD until through 2008 and now on the Fine Living channel. He also hosts Have Fork, Will Travel, currently running on Food Network, a show similar to Three Sheets focusing on local food and eating customs.

Steve Camaniti was voted Funniest Man in Cincinnati by his peers, Funniest Person in Ohio by Showtime Cable Network, and picked as Best Comedian in Cincinnati by both Cincinnati Magazine and City Beat Magazine. Steve is also a regular visitor on nationally syndicated talk shows, such as Bob & Tom and The Gary Burbank Show, and he was featured in Rolling Stone Magazine’s Comedy Issue. His television appearances include Comedy Central, CBS television’s "48 Hours", Showtime Cable Network, The Nashville Network, A&E, and MTV.

Daymon Ferguson hails from Hell. Or rather, Chico California, where he was born into a white trash tradition that he’s been trying to escape ever since. High school brought the impetus Daymon needed to become a comedian—he announced to his tenth grade drama teacher that he would one day become a stand-up comic. He got right on that, too. A mere twenty years later, here he is! But first he had to take care of a few other careers—Daymon has been a diesel truck mechanic, pizza delivery guy, forklift mechanic, waiter, racecar driver, ditch digger, exotic dancers’ bodyguard, and lawyer. All of which have helped prepare him for a career standing up in front of a bunch of people, telling dick jokes.

Six years of work as a lawyer have taught Daymon to truly despise lawyers. Since making the decision to quit law for comedy, he’s started to feel his soul growing back. It kind of itches. When he’s not in front of a jury or worse, a crowded comedy club, Daymon likes to tempt the fates that have let him live for the last 35 years. He flies small planes, scuba dives, and pretends to be a medieval warrior by putting on 50 pounds of plate metal and running around in the blazing sun getting hit by big men with sticks. He is also an actor, a half-assed guitar player, and an avid wine connoisseur. (But please don’t call him a wine geek—he prefers the far more dignified “cork dork.”) He’ll pay $100 for a bottle of wine. But in beer he is true to his white trash roots—he refuses to spend more than $6 on a 12-pack. Daymon lives in San Jose, California with his lovely wife and baby daughter, his dog, three cats, some fish, and a bunch of fussy, demanding, and emotionally abusive houseplants.

Trevor Hill is also coming to the JMP! After years of joking around with his friends, literally none of them insisted that Trevor bring his talents to the stage. And on a dare, he ended up winning that contest! And the rest is history. Trevor got his start at the world-renowned and internationally respected Mike T. Benatar's Zanie Chuckle Station in Hermosa Beach, CA. This is where he met and shared the stage with such comedy legends as Tito the Entertainer and Jeffy "The Banana Man" Silverstein. After only 2 hours and 45 minutes in the comedy game, Trevor has performed in clubs in SF, LA, NY, H, and also D. He has also performed his family-friendly stylings at all the colleges on earth. His hard hitting comedy touches on such controversial topics as incest, genocide, and Sandra Bullock movies. Trevor is also the co-creator and host of the award-winning comedic game show, "Hey, What's in this Can?" In 2009, he was a semi-quarter finalist in a Comedy Competition. And the rest is history...

Alex Koll is a comedian to the kind of person who likes Alex Koll. In a relatively short time, he has made a name for himself as the King of Import Racing three years running simply by writing "King of Import Racing" in every bathroom he lands in. For a while, he delivered wedding cakes in a Toyota that doubled as a home for an unemployed nuclear lab technician on the weekends. He recently lost his voice, but got it back without even trying. (Alex Koll also performs all over the bay area, regularly at the SF Punchline and Cobbs Comedy Club.)

Dr. Brian King is a comedian who also is a psychologist specializing in Human Sexuality, which always makes for some hilarious and sizzling conversation! Both Dr. Brian and Chantel are San Francisco comedians who run the wildly popular Wharf Room Comedy Stand-Up Showcase at Castagnola's in San Francisco. Dr Brian has led many research projects, written papers, and presented at national conferences regarding his research on s-e-x. Hell, they even let him teach college a few times. He is not a therapist or counselor, but he is an opinionated smart-ass with regular access to a computer. He is also a fan of hip-hop, vodka martinis, and girls that wear skirts in the winter. Oh, and comedy. Dr Brian likes to think he's a comedian.

Chantel Williams started her life of comedy in the back of Buick; just about the time her family travelled across America to move to the great state of Oregon. Always witty and always astute, this young girl turned from street kid to non-famous blogger in a mere 27 years. Mediocre grades in high-school left her with no choice other than to marry her drug dealer boyfriend and shun her small town “Birthplace of U-Haul” for a slightly bigger town across the freeway. In that five years of her life there she gave birth to two ungrateful children, worked in a bowling alley, and drove a 1972 Camaro.It wasn’t long after another failed relationship that Chantel set her sights on the big city of Vancouver, Washington.

It was there that she found her greatest love; drinking red wine alone and in the dark. She moved on quickly from Vancouver to Portland, Oregon where public transportation is a plenty for drunks and where her unfulfilling writing career began. As a writer, she had an unfamous blog where many tens of readers came each day to track her daily drink and pill count. After her mother’s death, Chantel wrote a novel that is still yet unpublished due to its horrific writing and cruel unwarranted rants on racism and gender. A little skill she picked up in the Liberal University she didn’t graduate from. After Chantel’s children came of age she quickly kicked them out of the house and moved to San Francisco with her unemployed boyfriend and needy dog. She found there was never a city in the world as welcome to a racist Liberal as San Francisco. There she started a comedy club so her boyfriend would have legitimate excuses not to do the dishes and she could watch as others climbed ahead of her for fame and fortune. Oh life you cruel bitch!

Put on your bath robe and leave it slightly open in the front.

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Sept. 26

Guess who's birthday we're celebrating this Saturday night, Sept. 26th?

That's right, none other than Serena "I'm-gonna-shove-this-ball-down-your-fucking-throat" Williams! We're going to toast to Serena on her day. Why? Because she is completely out of control, out of line, she makes a lot of racket, and we can totally identify with that. We're raising cups of tea (rather than cans of Coors) because she's a NAUGHTY lil' teabagger!

Without further ado, we have a tremendous line-up of extremely funny and interesting comedians (to say the least), show producers, radio personalities, and regulars/favorites on the show, so let's get to showcasing our fine friends.

Jay Hewlett has issues. He does everything right and yet stuff happens to him. He figures it must be a conspiracy. Like the time he didn’t pay his phone bill. He got letters like, “Perhaps you forgot." Or, “Maybe it slipped your mind.” He wrote back: "Nope, no freakin’ money. They cancelled my credit cards. How do you expect me to pay my phone bill?” See, stuff happens to him. “And I don’t get it,” says Jay. “I work hard to achieve so little.” Born to a postal worker father and a high school drama teacher mother, Jay has always dreamed of working in the postal / acting profession. Now he is one jacket closer to that dream. You may laugh, and many do, but he has learned to be satisfied with making people laugh. After all, he’s a comedian. And how they laugh. His comedy / acting career is on a rocket. He was the winner of the Hermosa Beach Comedy Shootout, a recent finalist in the Northern California Comedy Competition and chosen a Best Bet entertainer by the Orange County Register. Jay performs regularly in Los Angeles at the Comedy Store, The Improv, and the Ice House. He plays clubs and colleges across the country, and you’ve seen him on Comedy Central’s Make Me Laugh, The Showtime Comedy Club Network, Saved by the Bell, Hang Time, Krippendorf’s Tribe (Touchstone Pictures), the independent short “A Slice Of Life” and as the recurring character Phil the Photographer on California Dreams. Jay is also a series regular as Jay the Postman on the syndicated comedy Food Rules.

Sandra Risser went to charm school to learn to say fantastic instead of bullshit. All that follows is fantastic rhetoric. She's young at heart (senile) and no prude (single in the 60s and 70s). She brings to comedy the vibrancy of youth and the wisdom of the ages (she's older than God). She gives an unorthodox and irreverant look at growing up in the Midwest (fantastic), the free spirit of the 60s and 70s (she's lucky to remember them) and being over 50 in our youth-oriented culture (respect your elders). Age is just a state of mind and wrinkles are only skin deep.

Anthony "Sly" Ramirez is a radio personality and comedian. He hosts The Sly Show, which is a 5-hour talk show that airs daily on theslyshow.com. Sly grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, he's a high school dropout who was dropped on his head 12 times, and has often been described as a junkie and a genetic-prone alcoholic. Sly has been compared to Kanye West because of his egotistical personality, and according to Sly, the only reason he's been called egotistical is because he’s perfect and that’s the way it is! Sly is also a practicing Christian who plans on settling down with a nice Christian lady soon.

Awet Teame was born in Eritrea, East Africa. She left the country when she was three and moved to Italy with her mother, where she lived for about two years. Awet then moved to Boston, MA where she was raised. Upon graduating from Emerson College with a degree in Visual and Media Arts/TV, she completed four internships at Carsey Werner, The Bold and the Beautiful, Fine Line Features, and Humble Journey (Erik La Salle's Film Production Co.). Next she moved onto work at New Line Cinema but got fired over some interoffice BULLSHIT! Awet then decided to do stand-up at the Laugh Factory immediately after. Since then, she's worked as a casting assistant on Animal Kidding and Flavor of Love and landed a job as an Associate Producer in a film called RevoLOUtion. After working production for many years, she decided stand-up is what she does best. Awet has performed on many famous stages in LA, San Diego, San Francisco, Boston, DC, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, and recently Las Vegas.

A Canadian ex-pat who has called the U.S. “home” for the last seven years, Sheila Bryson has represented her motherland’s reputation for funny since before she could remember. Now, she’s trying to score free drinks for it.A finalist in San Francisco Comedy College’s Battle of the Bay 2009, Bryson brings a shamelessly personal, mostly intelligent, and frequently blush-worthy point of view to the stage. Drawing from her Canadian background and an uncanny ability to see the absurd in the every day, she invites audiences into her world with open (sometimes much too open) arms.

San Francisco performance artist Sia Amma has a great deal in common with many men on the planet. She’s circumcised. While the topic of female genital mutilation isn’t the kind of thing you’d normally find tossed into a comedy routine, the Liberian-born performer was struck with an epiphany on a local open-mike stage nearly 10 years ago: What if laughter could be the catalyst for universal healing? Onstage, she humorously remarked about the one thing that was taken away from her at the age of 9, which she “desperately” wanted to find: her clitoris. She got laughs. People were moved. Deciding that she would do whatever she could to put an end to female genital mutilation (FGM), she gave birth to a one-woman show, “In Search of My Clitoris,” and launched the nonprofit Global Women Intact. She sent the money she raised to African clinics and children in need of scholarships. “In the culture I came from, there are so many myths about women,” the performer says. “Sex is taboo and so is sexuality for women. To think that a woman can actually enjoy sex more than a man is hard for the culture to take.” Sia Amma perform locally in a funky, living room-size theater she founded on Ellis Street. The name of her room is Our Little Theater, and it's a comedy showcase featuring local comedians.

And finally, we are pleased to welcome back two regulars and favorites of the JMP, Tony Sparks and Kaseem Bentley! Kaseem is the Bay Area's number one insult comic and Tony Sparks, known to all in the SF area as the Father of SF Comedy, is one of the nicest and funniest comedians you can meet. He's also one of the best comedy hosts you could be entertained by. Wonderfully supportive to comics of all levels (newbies to veterans), he helps make stage time available to anyone who wants it. Tony Sparks is a class act when it comes to professionalism, supporting the comedy community, and bringing non-stop laughs and fun to us all. He hosts a hugely popular open mic in the SF bay area, the famed Brain Wash Café in San Francisco. This is where NO ONE gets turned down for stage time. Tony enlists the entire audience, every week, to welcome every new comedian with “A Lot of Love!!!” What? "A LOT OF LOVE!!!!!!" Tony Sparks can also be found performing comedy and hosting shows all over the place, and he produces, promotes, and/or hosts several shows including Speech Therapy Comedy at Il Pirata, All-Star Comedy and More at The SF Playhouse, Street Legal Comedy at Pissed Off Pete's, and Raw Comedy Night at Poleng Lounge.

Save your money this Saturday night. Stay home. Put your sweat pants on. Grab a cold beer or a hot or iced tea (in honor of Serena). Recline to a semi-horizontal or fully horizontal position. Then tune in!

Listen to the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta this Saturday night from 8 pm to midnight!

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta
Saturday Nights 8 PM - 12 AM
Mornings, Monday thru Friday 6 AM - 10 AM

FCCFREE RADIO 107.3 FM
SAN FRANCISCO'S ALTERNATIVE RADIO

On the web at:
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http://fccfree.com/
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Uncensored + Explicit + Raw = FUN.

I'm gonna shove these jokes down your fucking ear!

Thursday, September 17, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Sept. 19

Did you know that The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta will be airing LIVE from the green room at the San Francisco Punchline on Comedy Day, Sept. 20th from 8 PM - 10 PM? That's right, silly little darlin's...this is an exciting and historical event for us and we hope to see most of you at the Punchline on Sept. 20th, the evening of Comedy Day 2009 to have fun with us!

San Francisco's comedy community comes together each year to produce a five-hour show called Comedy Day. The Punch Line, Cobb's Comedy Club, SF Sketchfest, Pepperbelly's, Rooster T. Feathers and Comedy Day all contribute their favorite comedians to produce a five-hour set that entertains thousands in Golden Gate Park. San Francisco's comedy community ALSO comes together each week to listen to a four-hour show that entertains MILLIONS in the Tenderloin called the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta! That's right we entertain millions. Millions of fried brain cells in tens of people.

Josh Sneed is quickly making his mark as one of the top young comics in the business. After quitting a comfy day job working for Procter & Gamble, he’s made excellent strides in following his passion for making people laugh. He’s opened for such acts as Dave Chappelle, Dane Cook, and Lewis Black. Most recently, Josh finished 2nd out of 100 of Comedy Central’s top comedians in the Annual Stand-up Showdown, earning him a deal to record a new album on Comedy Central Records. In 2006, Josh filmed a 30-minute special, “Comedy Central Presents: Josh Sneed” that debuted in March 2007 and is currently re-airing. In November of 2006, Josh placed 6th in the Sierra Mist/MySpace Stand-up or Sit Down Challenge out of over 2,000 entrants. Finishing high in competitions is nothing new to Josh. In 4th grade he earned a blue ribbon for throwing a softball through a tire. In 2004, he performed at the Just For Laugh's Montreal Comedy Festival in the "New Faces of Comedy" group, one of the highest honors that a comedian at his level can achieve. Josh has also be seen performing in large venue theaters across the country as an opening act for the various members of "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour", and has made several appearances on "The Bob & Tom Show".

Grace White, a.k.a. “That Old Hippie Chick” launched her comedy career at the onset of her "Middle Ages," and has gone on to open for such musical acts as 3 Doors Down, Starship, Edgar Winter, Leon Russell, and Jethro Tull, as well as comedians Kevin Pollack, Jack Mayberry, Rocky LaPorte, and Father Guido Sarducci. Her television credits include appearances on "Good Morning America" and the "Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon," she made her film debut in "The Independent," starring Jerry Stiller and Janeane Garofalo, and she's made thousands of fans laugh in Golden Gate Park from the stage of San Francisco's long-running annual "Comedy Day" celebration. White’s all female comedy tour, Women Who Kick Comedy Butt, has toured nationally and is now making plans to take over the planet. That Old Hippie Chick may not be the last of her tribe, but she is surely one of the most entertaining.

As of April 26th, 2009, Cameron Edmondson is 28 years old. He's had a series of careers and jobs that have left him unfulfilled, uninspired, and unemployed. He's from San Luis Obispo, he loves comedy, he has five brothers, his family is incredibly jacked up, and he currently resides in San Francisco.

Butch Escobar hosts a kick-ass monthly showcase at the San Jose Improv on the 4th Wednesday of every month called “Butch Escobar’s Unfiltered Underground.” Butch also has hosted and featured in Big Al’s Big Ass Comedy Show, another great show you can catch at the Improv. You can see Butch perform at other great venues around the South Bay and it’s a guarantee that any of the shows he’s involved in is going to be a great time. Butch is great—he tells it like it is and does not censor himself by any means. And, it’s a well known fact, we’re all about not censoring yourself on the JMP. We can’t wait to talk about anything and everything with him!

Phil Johnson isn’t angry. Even when he’s screaming at the audience in the guise of a schizo killing his girlfriend or a jilted lover insulting every bit of his ex-lover’s femininity, it’s done with a warmth and a knowing glance that it’s all in good fun. It communicates to the audience that no matter what problems they’re going through, there’s always someone even more screwed up than them. Phil Johnson is, in fact, a raging optimist. And better yet, it’s all set to music. Phil Johnson deftly wields his guitar, spinning out one funny scenario after another. Far beyond the strumming/storytelling and parody style of other comedians his songs are all original, and written to include the music as an integral part of the story. His shows have been called “choreographed frenzy” and his easy, mellow command of the stage turns completely demented on a dime. It’s a show with variety, energy, and originality that definitely pushes the boundaries. With years of experience leading his band Roadside Attraction, a college degree in music, and his activities in film and TV, Phil Johnson knows well what it takes to entertain an audience. But beyond just entertainment, Phil seeks to actually communicate something important… That life is just not as serious as we all think.

Now get ready for a long weekend of Comedy with John and Susan. We are your resident stalkers for the weekend.

Tune in!

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The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta
Saturday Nights 8 PM - 12 AM
Mornings, Monday thru Friday 6 AM - 10 AM

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If you can't find us at Comedy Day, try walking down any nature trail at Golden Gate Park. Follow the smell of smoke.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Sept. 12

Hello Fans of Naughty Late-Night Chit-Chat...

This Saturday night is September 12th, a day of historical significance. On September 12, 1922, in what would become a major change in the marriage ceremony, the House of Bishops of the United States Protestant Episcopal Church voted 36 - 27 to delete the word "obey" from the marriage service. Aw fuck yeah!! Go Bishops!!! We 'aint obeyin' SHIT fellas! Go United States! Go WASPs! Now...if we could just figure out how to let our gays and lesbians have a marriage service, we'll be in business.

Then on Sept. 12, 1954, the hit television show "Lassie" made its debut. Remember that lovable little darlin'? (I don't either, I am too young.) Finally, we celebrate the birthday of the late, great Barry White. Thank you for bringing the romance back into our bedrooms! Even if we aren't getting laid.

First up on the JMP...
Steve Caminiti is coming in to make us giggle! Steve was voted Funniest Man in Cincinnati by his peers, Funniest Person in Ohio by Showtime Cable Network, and picked as Best Comedian in Cincinnati by both Cincinnati Magazine and City Beat Magazine. Steve is also a regular visitor on nationally syndicated talk shows, such as Bob & Tom and The Gary Burbank Show, and he was featured in Rolling Stone Magazine’s Comedy Issue. His television appearances include Comedy Central, CBS television’s "48 Hours", Showtime Cable Network, The Nashville Network, A&E, and MTV.

Kelly Anneken was raised by a pack of feral television sets on the banks of Cincinnati's Mill Creek in the mid-80s, and was later left to fend for herself throughout 12 years of Catholic school with only network television to sustain her. After a brief flirtation with piety (which ended with her introduction to basic cable), she found herself adrift in adulthood, with absolutely no marketable skills to coast on until shuffling off this mortal coil. At this critical juncture, Kelly met and married a wealthy, surprisingly attractive computer nerd named Tom.

Using her intoxicating combination of airtight logic and sexuality, Kelly convinced Tom to leave behind his stable life in Ohio so that she could move to San Francisco and chase her dreams. Her dreams being, primarily, access to medical marijuana, re-electing Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger, and referring to herself in the third person. Eventually Tom humbly suggested that Kelly find new, more profitable dreams. So, after failing at every other possible form of employment, this industrious Jill-of-no-trades has opted to either make her own fortune by humorously chronicling the decline of Western culture or die trying. Confidentially, our money is on the latter.

Born and raised in Harlem New York, Jamarr John Johnson is an energetic, optimistic metrosexual with an eye on improving heterosexual relations! Not classically trained in the school of Bill Cosby and Jamie Foxx, Jamarr marvels at their abilities and hopes to smack the world by surprise. He also enjoys the obscure sometimes mundane observations of everyday life and indulges in the opportunity to share deep truths of his personal life. A determined performer, Jamarr performs and writes in front of a mirror every day to hone his skills. He desires to make people laugh while healing their souls. He is extremely committed to being entertaining and insightful as he hopes to be considered as one of the most authentic comedians around today!

Jamarr has performed with comedians such as Steve White, Christopher “Kid” Reid, Rene Hicks, Todd Paul and Rocky LaPorte to name drop a few. You can find Jamarr Hosting his own show on Cannery Row at Blue Fin Billiards in Monterey, California and has a recent appearances at the Improv in San Jose, The Crow’s Nest in Santa Cruz and The Broadway Comedy Club in New York City. The bottom line is, “Jamarr John Johnson will be a force to be reckoned with very soon” -- Christopher “Kid” Reid.

Cara Tramontano's comedy career started in the first grade as a loudmouthed New York Italian suddenly dropped onto a dusty playground in Tucson, Arizona. Now a creature of downtown San Francisco, her hobbies include tour guiding, coffee, and surviving the 30-Stockton. Cara's comedic inspirations include Bill Cosby, Maria Bamford, BART, and tourists. She produces Monday Happy Hour Comedy at Cafe Royale and performs all over the bay area thanks to ZipCar. Cara will embark on a national comedy tour as soon as ZipPlane launches.

As a child, Jason Downs would sneak away in the middle of the night to watch The Tonight Show. Jason's dreams would come true after graduating San Francisco State University with $30,000 of debt and no job skills. Beginning his comedy career in San Francisco, Jason has become among the best comics in the bay area. Like his influences, Eddie Murphy and Sam Kinison, Jason draws his material from his personal life. While on stage, Jason shares his dramatic and outrageous stories with the audience. A unique likeability allows Jason to confess his greatest flaws in an original, aggressive, and hilarious act. A good heart and a bad mouth allows Jason to share his story of a know-it-all who knows nothing.


Jabari Davis is coming on the show! I recently watched Jabari host the Roast of Tony Sparks, and I was absolutely blown away by how naturally funny he is as a comedian, roast master, and improviser. Also he is just a genuinely nice guy and fun person to hang out with. (And a lot of comedians are dicks, so that is saying something!) Jabari Davis is a hilarious LA-native comedian who performs at all the hottest shows in the area including Raw Comedy Night at Poleng Lounge, Speech Therapy at Il Pirata, King Pin Comedy, and Live at Deluxe at Club Deluxe. "This young comic is taking San Francisco by storm - a talent not to be overlooked." -- Tony Sparks, Father of SF Comedy.


Daryus Monday is funny on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. If I wore you out by listing all the days of the week to express how funny he is, you will really be worn out from all the laughter you will have after listening to him on our show. Daryus is doing big things right now and we will hear all about them this Saturday night!

Now put your hands behind your back and assume the position. You're being arrested, detained, and sentenced to four hours of non-stop laughter.


Tune in!

Listen to the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta this Saturday night from 8 pm to midnight!

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Saturday Nights 8 PM - 12 AM

Mornings, Monday thru Friday 6 AM - 10 AM
FCCFREE RADIO 107.3 FM

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It's up to you. You can either laugh or get the ball gag.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Sept. 5

Before the hot action of this blog starts, let me just announce again that The John Miller Program will be airing LIVE from the green room at the San Francisco Punchline on Comedy Day from 8 PM - 10 PM! This is an exciting event for us and we hope to see many of you at the Punchline on Sept. 20th, the evening of Comedy Day 2009! Now...

Do you remember...On the 5th night of September?...Love was changing the minds of pretenders...While chasing the clouds away...Our hearts were ringing...In the key that our souls were singing...As we danced in the night...Remember... How the stars stole the night away...Ba dee ya - Say do you remember...Ba dee ya - Dancing in September...Ba dee ya - Never was a cloudy day..........

Ahhh Hello September.

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta welcomes you. We love this month because get a big time spike in our online downloads, morning drive listeners, and late night wackin' off'ers. You see, all the college kids are back in school, they're bored out of their hungover minds, they're totally broke, they're trying to hit the books, and the radio is usually on in the background. And guess what. They are LAUGHING THEIR LITTLE BUTTS OFF while listening to The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta!

This week on the JMP!! Another stellar and long-winded blog! And another stellar and huge-humored cast of talented comedians. Most of these comedians are also comedy show producers in the area and are joining us in the studio for some quality time, emotional bonding, and of course partying heartily in honor of this concept of completely uncensored radio programming. And because it's always late on a Saturday night. And because we're a bunch of fuckin' alcoholics!

This week, in addition to our regular loose format of shooting the shit with our fellow comedian friends, we will be spending a short time discussing the business side of comedy from these folks who really know their shit! Find out what gets you booked, what prevents you from being booked, and how to set up and run your own open mic or showcase in your area so that you can get the most stage time possible.

According to Brian Malow, when he was ten years old, he asked his mother, “Why is the sky blue?" And I’ll never forget her answer: ‘Because I said so!" Not entirely satisfied with that reply, Brian decided to delve deeper. Turning to Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke – best-known as science-fiction writers - Brian soon found they both wrote non-fiction as well, and he quickly discovered that the actual science was even more exciting than the fiction! “They were great explainers – with so much personality,” says Brian. “They made it easy to understand and enjoy science." Did I mention that Brian Malow is a hilarious and gifted comedian who performs all over the bay area at venues such as the SF Punchline? He is.

Tina Allen is a California native with one foot stuck in New Jersey. Tina’s comedy covers a wide array of topics from dating, family, kids, skiing, being a teacher, growing up Catholic in today’s world, to getting older. She has been entertaining audiences throughout the bay area with her quick wit and cynicism. You can relate to her experiences, but don’t be fooled, she looks like she has a soft side but it’s not easily found. Growing up in an Italian/Irish/Catholic family that migrated to California from New Jersey allowed Tina to develop a strong personality while acquiring a ton of comedic material. She recently opened for Roseanne Barr, Sheryl Underwood and has worked with many other comics.

Kurt Weitzmann has been performing comedy for over 15 years and his act has been seen on Comedy Central, MTV, and on the stages of every San Francisco comedy club ever to come or go. Kurt Weitzmann created, edited, and produced the ingenious "SF Weakly", a highly celebrated parody of the SF Weekly, for which he was labeled a comic genius by non other than The SF Weekly. Kurt Weitzmanns comedy sketch album TALENTED is now available on AMERICAN DREAMS RECORDS. Kurt is also the producer of the new hit film "Last Call" and co-creator of the very popular and funny "Jesus Roast" and "Hitler Roast". Kurt is also a regular performer at the SF Punchline.

From the very moment this long-haired, middle aged, self proclaimed Rasta Jew Howard Stone enters the stage, hooting and hollering, you know you're in for a special treat. As a single dad with a gruff exterior but a heart of pure gold, Stone spouts alternative family values with edge and irony. He proudly extols the importance of ether as a viable tool for child rearing while launching effortlessly into tirades about pop culture, commercialism and the absurdities of life. Howard has featured in the “Jesus Roast” and “Hitler Roast”, and “The Uncle Howard Show” and performs all over the bay area.

Jason Myung Roger's sense of humor is rooted in his unique childhood. Although he was born in Seoul, Korea, at the age of five months, Jason was adopted by hippie parents and raised in, New Boston, New Hampshire. As the only Korean growing up, he developed a distinctive perspective on life which he conveys through comedy. His stories, characters, and antics all stem from his unusual upbringing. Through his company, Standup Guy Productions, Jason produces comedy and concert events. Currently, he has a monthly comedy show at the San Jose Improv called The Comedy Crashers and is producing a concert September 11, 2009 with NE-Yo and Day 26. He has performed in some of the country's premier comedy clubs ranging from NYC's Gotham, LA's The Comedy Store, Boston's The Comedy Studio, San Francisco's The Clubhouse and Cobbs, and The Improv.

Kelly Anneken was raised by a pack of feral television sets on the banks of Cincinnati's Mill Creek in the mid-80s, and was later left to fend for herself throughout 12 years of Catholic school with only network television to sustain her. After a brief flirtation with piety (which ended with her introduction to basic cable), she found herself adrift in adulthood, with absolutely no marketable skills to coast on until shuffling off this mortal coil. At this critical juncture, Kelly met and married a wealthy, surprisingly attractive computer nerd named Tom. Using her intoxicating combination of airtight logic and sexuality, Kelly convinced Tom to leave behind his stable life in Ohio so that she could move to San Francisco and chase her dreams. Her dreams being, primarily, access to medical marijuana, re-electing Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger, and referring to herself in the third person. Eventually Tom humbly suggested that Kelly find new, more profitable dreams. So, after failing at every other possible form of employment, this industrious Jill-of-no-trades has opted to either make her own fortune by humorously chronicling the decline of Western culture or die trying. Confidentially, our money is on the latter.

Comedian Sqweeks Morales is a great room runner in the South Bay area. She runs SEVERAL hugely popular shows including Comedy Empire, Ladies Night Comedy Show at So. First Billiards, the Look-Out Bar and Grill, and Slanted Comedy, which is at the prestigious San Jose Improv. I will be asking her questions about showbiz, namely, how comedians can go about starting and producing their own comedy shows and/or comedy troupes.

Simone Campbell
has been keeping people laughing with her rapid-fire wit and in-your-face approach. Legendary lesbian comic, Karen Ripley describes her as "exciting, energetic, full of life. She warms the audience up to each other. Not an easy thing to do. Killer smile."

Now put on your disco rollerskates, put on that Sony Walkman II, and tune in!

Listen to the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta this Saturday night from 8 pm to midnight!

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta
Saturday Nights 8 PM - 12 AM

Mornings, Monday thru Friday 6 AM - 10 AM
FCCFREE RADIO 107.3 FM

SAN FRANCISCO'S ALTERNATIVE RADIO

On the web at:
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Hey, did you know you could say "FUCK" on our show?

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Aug. 29

Million-dollar question: Which male comedian who was on our last show had his penis pierced?

Find out by listening to our last show's podcast, available now (only until this Saturday when our next show airs on www.fccfree.com. Click "Last Show").

Bumps and grinds to all of our guests to made us laugh 'til our jaws ached, our eyes popped, and our genitals inverted! Thank you Kevin Munroe, Nadine Rajabi, Kelly McCarron, Mary Van Note, Thomas Smith, Dr. Brian King, and Lindsay Blaz! (Find out who is pierced down there. Might be more than one person!)

Hallebooyah! This weekend John and I take a break from the show to have a life!

I will be at Planet Gemini in Monterey this weekend then heading down to LA, and while I'm doin' it to it on stage, John will be doing his thing running FCCFREERADIO 107.3 FM and hopefully de-stressing and getting some good relaxation!

This Saturday night, John will re-broadcast a very spicy and hilarious compilation of some of his favorite shows (and mine)! Be sure to tune in and catch The Best of the John Miller with Susan Maletta, which will feature our dear friends, regular guests, and cohorts in crime, Nadine Rajabi, Damon Williams, Phil Perrier, Kato Kaelin, Kurt Weitzmann, and Rob Brackenridge!

Now put your head back and say "Ahhhhh..." so I can stick somethin' in there.

Tune in!

Listen to the John Miller Program with Susan Maletta this Saturday night from 8 pm to midnight!

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta
Saturday Nights 8 PM - 12 AM
Mornings, Monday thru Friday 6 AM - 10 AM

FCCFREE RADIO 107.3 FM
SAN FRANCISCO'S ALTERNATIVE RADIO

On the web at:
http://FCCFREERADIO.com
http://FCCFREE.com
http://THEJOHNMILLERPROGRAM.com
http://susanmaletta.com/
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Thanks for listening every week. We think you are the cat's meow.