Foreign Legion

On stage in The Legionnaire's upper room. Photography by Graham Richards.

On stage in The Legionnaire’s upper room. Photography by Graham Richards.

Legendary hip-hop duo Foreign Legion’s Marc Stretch and Prozack Turner join Crisman to discuss gentrification, community, and babies. Featuring beats by G Koop & O-man and the late, great, J.Dilla. Recorded at The Legionnaire Saloon in Oakland, California.

Produced by Crisman Richards.
Theme Music and Engineering by Graham Richards.

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This City is a Dag-nab Pack of Angels

Get used to it.

Hello from Los Angeles!

We are kicking up a fuss in Hollywood for Season Two of the podcast this week.  We’re in town for NAMM, getting the skinny on all the gadgets you sexy music nerds and savvy broadcasters need.  Our guests are  out of control, running the foolish gamut of producers, comedians, broadcast legends, and an alarming roster of musicians.  It’s Comic-Con for the road dogs and session cats, and I’ll be smack dab in the middle.  You will be overwhelmed by the deluge of madness ahead, musical and otherwise.

Stay tuned!

It’s a Very Merry Crisman Show, Indeed

Ever wander right into a music video?

We are so proud to bring you the dopest podcast episode yet, with more guests and new music.  This show is sick and hot all at the same time.  Sarah gets her interview on with renowned producer/performer Deonis, the incomparable artist Chelsea West, and panels stylist Mattie Michelle and urban legend, Keite Young.   Hear music from Pumah, Chelsea West, Snarky Puppy, and BRAND NEW Deonis.  That’s not all, folks!  We are honored to premier the Black and Blue’s first single LoveCrazy.

Now let’s get to the meaty part of this message: Premier Variety Showcase Presents: X-Mas Subscribonation, the Enfoodening of the Masses is on for 5 more days.  We’ll donate $1 to the North Texas Food Bank for every new podcast subscriber between now and Christmas; so please tell ALL your friends to click subscribe. Tell your cool friends to actually listen.  Each subscription feeds three people in North Texas.

Connect with us on Facebook, follow Sarah on Twitter, and share our site with others you think might be interested in what we’re doing. We just love you for listening and coming with us on this ride.

Happy Holidays from the Crisman Show team.  We love you!

The Crisman Show now available on iTunes

Keep up with Crisman: Press, Twitter, and now on iTunes!

First things first, one of our most exciting announcements to date: The Crisman Show is now available on iTunes! Subscribe so you’ll never miss an episode. Also, if you’re so inclined, please leave your great ratings and comments and share the show with your friends.

Have you been having Crisman Show withdrawals? No longer! Sarah Crisman has received some press this week that we’re very excited to share with you. Here’s how you can get up to speed and stay in touch:

  1. Read the teaser issue of Know Kontrol magazine. It’s a wonderfully progressive magazine and Sarah Crisman has been named the Who to Know person of the premiere issue.
  2. Check out NT Daily’s article on the first Crisman Comedy Soundcheck.
  3. Sarah Crisman is back on Twitter after a three-month sabbaitcal! Follow and receive real-time updates when hilarity ensues and the good times roll.

Last, but certainly not least, if you’d like to support The Crisman Show, there is now a way for you to donate. You can support The Crisman Show through a secure app on FacebookFundRazr, and our special donation webpage, crisman.bbnow.org. All donations are securely sent and received via PayPal.

We’re so happy to have you along on this fantastic ride. Thank you for your continued support.

The Crisman Show Podcast: Hall v. Oates

We're coming for you, Denton.

We’re getting the hang of this “conversation” racket in our second Crisman Show podcast.  Now for the pertinent run-down on linkage and mad love — thanks to all our guests and featured musicians!  If you like what you hear and want  in on the action, please check out our FundRazr (powered by PayPal).

We’ll see you out tonight (Friday, September 30) at the South Dallas Cultural Center with the Gypsy Hideout, and on Monday, October 3 at Crisman’s Comedy Soundcheck at J+J’s on the Square in Denton, America.

Comic Guests:

John Tole, Carey Denise, Chris Corlae, and Tomcat Comedy.

Featuring the musical stylings of:

Bernard Wright, John Carruth, G Koop + O-Man, and Carolina Chocolate Drops.

Hosted by Sarah Crisman

Produced by Nathan Guerra

Theme Song by Graham Richards

Promotional Consideration by IK Multimedia  (many, many thanks!)

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Steady As She Goes

High Fashion by Mattie Michelle for Davines, Photo by Tim Corey

As you can see by the shape of my head, there has been much a brewing here in Crisman land.  First, I realized I have owned SarahCrisman.com for years, so if you type said URL into your browser, you’ll find yourself right here!  Someday I’ll have Modern Whole build me an online wonderland.  Wordpress will do in the meantime.

Big ups to my personal hair guru, Mattie Michelle (at Michelle Patrick Salon, Dallas) for being a Finalist in the Davines Worldwide Hair Tour.  She and I will be appearing at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami next January.  My job is to sit still while Mattie does my hair; but if a microphone comes anywhere near my face — POW!  Right in the Kisser — I’m telling a joke.

Speaking of microphones near my face:  If you are in the Dallas area September 16, please help me welcome the Carolina Chocolate Drops to the Granada Theater.  You got a taste for something less fancy than folk music?  I’ll be telling jokes next to a parking meter in Deep Ellum at Noon (Stage Four) as part of PARK(ing) Day Dallas 2011.  Something entertaining is bound to happen.

While we get all our ducks in a row, please to enjoy the podcast manifestation of the Crisman Show.