Episode 100 - Overambitious and Underprepared (feat. Jorge Sanchez, Sam Weber & Adrianna McCain)
Cowboy Rowdy Podcast
Its here! COWBOY ROWDY PODCAST 100TH EPISODE! We got something special for you today! We paired each segment of the podcast with a special guest! In today's Battle of the Brands we are joined by San Jose Comic Adrianna McCain! We are then also joined by returning guest Santa Cruz comedian Sam Weber for a round of Over/Under and the episode is rounded out with a 30 second pitch by returning guest and San Jose comic Jorge Martin Sanchez! This episode is full of laughs and we hope you enjoy the 100th episode & you can follow all these funny people on instagram @areacomedian @chanclagladiator @jorgemsanchez Enjoy! Instagram/TikTok: @cowboybrowdypodcastYouTube/Facebook: The Cowboy Rowdy Podcast Find out more at https://cowboy-rowdy.pinecast.co
It's the first episode of 2021! I have comedian, show producer and good friend Sam Weber back on the show! We discuss comedy and talk about the drive in show. We also take a look at the changing comedy scene in the Bay Area and discuss its future. I round out the episode by asking Sam some submitted questions that lead to some hilarious answers. You can follow him on Instagram @areacomedian Instagram/Facebook: @imgettingtherepod Follow me on Instagram/Twitter: @_mboof Facebook/YouTube: Michael Booth ComedyTikTok: Michaelboothcomedy Support I'm Getting There by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/imgettingtherepod Find out more at https://imgettingtherepod.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Santa Cruz comedian and public transportation safety expert Sam Weber joins me for this episode of Durant and Rave. We talk drive in comedy, busses and abuelas! We here at SH have also finally secured a way to help ensure we can stay open when this all blows over. So if you enjoy these podcasts, Savage Henry Magazine or the Savage Henry Comedy Club or just want to help the performing arts survive this, please consider donating. Even $1 will help. Thanks: Venmo: @Savage-Henry Savage Henry GoFundMe Thanks!
On today's episode I sit down with friend and comic Sam Weber, who for the past 6 years has been running an awesome open mic and showcase at the Poet & Patriot in Santa Cruz. We talk about the Poet, Fake IDs, an amazing AM radio station in the area and the recent protests to shelter in place. You can follow him @areacomedian on all platforms. Enjoy! Instragram/Facebook: @imgettingtherepod If you would like to see what I'm doing you can follow me on Instrgram/Twitter: @_mboof and Facebook/YouTube: Michael Booth Support I'm Getting There by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/imgettingtherepod
A lot of you may have seen or talked to Sam in the past at a handful of different events throughout the East Coast. He commonly refers to himself as "Sam from Mexico", drives a Honda Element typically equipped with a tent on the roof, and is an active farmer in Upstate NY. Sam and I spent the entire weekend together before recording this, so we had a good bit to talk about. The first half of this podcast is very BMX and travel oriented. The latter half talks about farming and some of the stuff people may not know or understand about it. Feel free to drop a comment with feedback and any other suggestions for us. Thanks for listening and hit us on the socials at @grindworks_bmx on Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat; and @grindworksbmx on Facebook, Mixer, Tik Tok, Anchor, and here on YouTube. Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to the Channel! www.grindworksbmx.com Links: 0:47:53 - www.instagram.com/myhondaelement 1:06:31 - www.instagram.com/sam_from_mexico 1:10:53 - https://youtu.be/Xsa46CXwfdY 1:55:00 - https://tractortestlab.unl.edu/
Episode 88: Timothy Charles Holehouse, Morgan Wade & The Stepbrothers, Mikaela Finne, Little Bandit, Eric Peter Schwartz, She/Her/Hers, Daniel Khan, Andrew Thiriot, Sam Weber, Abigail Lapell, Vigilantes of Love
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
Rachel learns secretssss about her grandmother. She also experiments with a longer format -- let her know what you think! Timothy Charles Holehouse -- “Aveiro” (Come) Morgan Wade & The Stepbrothers — “Songs I Won’t Remember” (Puppets With My Heart) Mikaela Finne — “Stay” (Mikaela Finne) Little Bandit -- “Money” (Breakfast Alone) Eric Peter Schwartz — “Heaven in Disrepair” (The Unraveling Man) She/Her/Hers -- “Kill the Boy Band” (Kill the Boy Band) Daniel Khan — “Paper Soldier” (Bulat Blues feat. Vanya Zhuk) Andrew Thiriot -- “Say I’m Home” (Single) Sam Weber -- “Blackout” (Everything Comes True) Abigail Lapell -- “Leningrad” (Getaway) Vigilantes of Love — “Extreme North of the Compass” (Audible Sigh) Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
#160 Sam Weber / Wheels On Reelz: Christopher Robin
Sam Weber is a Comedian from Santa Cruz CA. Film Critic Jacob Wheels reviews the film Christopher Robin. Sam chats about growing up in Menlo Park, getting involved with Stand Up, and running the Poet and The Patriot Comedy room.
015: Meditation and Taking Care of Yourself with Guest Sam Weber
Show Your Scars
This week Jordan talks to friend, entrepreneur, and recovering athlete Sam Weber about what she is currently going through in her ACL recovery process. Sam talks about how she is just starting to use meditation via the HeadSpace App and finding a dramatic difference in her focus during physical therapy sessions. We also talk about the importance to take care of your whole self: mind, body and spirit during the recovery process and how Sam has learned to embrace the space the recovery process has created. Great talk and make sure you listen to the end for an opportunity to get some free gear via emailing me firstname.lastname@example.org
Mighty Blue On The Appalachian Trail: The Ultimate Mid-Life Crisis
Sam is an all-round good guy who would be happy to speak with anybody he met on the trail or anybody who just wants another perspective about life on the trail. His joyous approach to camping and hiking will inspire anybody who thinks they can't do the Appalachian Trail. Email him at email@example.com. Also, don't forget to take advantage of my free ebook, Hiking The Appalachian Trail Is Easy: Especially If You've Never Hiked Before. Pick it up at my author website www.steveadams.info Lastly, please email me with any comments, both good and bad, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave me a review on iTunes. I really appreciate the support.