Raj Suresh on the podcast this week. Someone we've been wanting to have on for awhile and he just happened to be available. He's a favorite of Cleveland Comics. It was a great Conversation that was all over the map. I have to go to bed so this is all you're getting for a description. Still don't know who reads these. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brownpetridish/support
Stand-up comedian Raj Suresh will perform Thursday, April 1 as part of the Walton Arts Center's new series In The Atrium in a lineup that also includes Shawna Blake, JJ Molinaro and John Michael Cronin. In The Atrium offers free music, comedy and dance performances in a cabaret-style setting in the Walker Atrium. A limited number of tables are available for reservation in order to maintain low attendance numbers to adhere to state covid-19 guidelines, and masks are required.Suresh spoke with What's Up! Associate Editor Jocelyn Murphy about the show, his comedy and moving back to Northwest Arkansas.
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Join Soul Men of the High South - Case Dighero, Steven Brooks - as they welcome comedian RAJ SURESH to discuss Political Correctness in Comedy, the mechanics of the iconic Dorito Burrito, male pattern baldness, mom’s Potato Curry, and honing comedic skills while touring South Africa in 2019. “Usually Provocative, Always Delicious”--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/case-dighero/support
David and Steve invite comedian Raj Suresh before he moves to NYC to talk about why his stereotype jokes work and how to make this taboo topic funny. We break down bits by Ronny Chieng, Michael Che, and Sam Morril exploring what’s funny, what’s not, why, and how to create a fresh and funny angle that proves you can laugh at that.We cover extreme ideologies, race, communication, getting people with other ideologies to laugh at conflicting POVs, making connections, producer Gheramy Demery’s white wife, and more.Follow Raj on social media:Instagram - https://instagram.com/rajdoescomedyTwitter - https://twitter.com/rajdoescomedyJoin our Patreon for bonus footage - https://patreon.com/youcantlaughpodFollow us on social media:https://facebook.com/youcantlaughatthathttps://twitter.com/youcantlaughpodBrought to you by Water Cooler Comedy - https://watercoolercomedy.orgRecorded at Golden Ox Studio - https://goldenoxstudio.comMusic: @Producedbyzip
What's happenin' motherfuckers? Welcome to Episode 83 of Dude, Nobody Cares! In this episode, Cleveland comedian Raj Suresh joins the DNC boys to talk the crunching of numbers, the art of the podcast, and the grind that is stand-up comedy. Also in this epi, Campy thinks Ms. Frizzle of "The Magic School Bus" could get it, Kevin takes a knee during the show introduction, Jake discusses the importance of proper tire pressure, Raj plans to invent his own flavor of ice cream. Follow the pod on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat @RealDNCPod. Email the show, that's firstname.lastname@example.org! We ask all Apple iPhone users to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast, via Apple Podcasts app! Dude, Nobody Cares. is also available on iHeartRadio, Spotify, and Google Podcasts! For a complete list of all podcast streaming platforms and updated content visit www.dudenobodycares.com! Rec Date: 11/11/19
Raj Suresh joins us to talk about growing his comedy career, his work in opening and booking the Grove Comedy Club in Bentonville, AR, and shares his entrepreneurial path that started while attending grade school in India. Pardon any background noise in this episode. We were recording in Bike Rack Brewing Co. on the first night of pouring beer in their new location in the Bentonville 8th Street Market. Find out more about Raj @rajdoescomedy and www.rajdoescomedy.com Hosts: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org