Queen City Companion is the all false storytelling show that has had the High Plains laughing, crying and panting (a dog showed up once) for the last six months.
Brian Flynn, takes over the reigns this month for Christie Buchele, and hosts the following batch of fun lovers the first day of March.
Hello? Denver? Are You Still There? would like to take a moment to pay our respects to a friend and activist in the Denver community and former guest of this show, Dr. Gregory Diggs, who passed away earlier this week. Dr. Diggs worked for Denver Public Schools and the University of Denver, and many who felt his impact will work hard to ensure that his fight for equality will be continued. He was featured in our first episode that focused on gentrification, available in our archives. Dr. Diggs, thank you for all you did.
Host Jim Norris, hosting a pod all about the strange stories of the entertainment industry. Guests include Johnny Barber, known as Velvet Elvis, and stand up comedian, actor and enemy of Roseanne from Last Comic Standing, Ben Kronberg. Be sure to rate, subscribe and review Mutiny Transmissions, the podcast that brings you all of the live Mutiny podcasts.
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Queen City Companion, the all false storytelling show, hosted by Christie Buchele, was jam packed January 4th, with talented folks from the worlds of comedy, poetry, music and acting.
Hello? Denver? Are You Still There? is a live podcast hosted by Bree ‘Coco’ Davies at Mutiny Information Cafe every fourth Thursday of the month.
This months guests include Julie Gonzales, Kayvan Khalatbari, Risa White, and Saira for Congress.
Queen City Companion is that all false storytelling show everyone is talking about. Host Christie Buchele brings a group of Denver creatives together to make up a batch of stories that might make you wonder if the story is made up at all.
She was joined live at Mutiny Info Cafe with
and Jay Gillespie
In their debut episode of Somebody Kill Me Please, hosts CJ Willard and Zach Reinert discuss the Sandman's breakthrough film Billy Madison and touch on the Hanukkah Song.
Stage Tales is the storytelling panel that discusses all the weird that is rock and roll. Host Jim Norris, along with guests Lucas Schmaltz of King Rat, Andy Juett, and James ‘Sharpie’ McElry. The four swap stories on getting an artist a plastic spoon when you can’t cook crack with a plastic spoon, flying 1st class with the Blue Man Group, having Krunk Energy Drink cans lobbed at you during a hip hop show and a rather noteworthy whorehouse experience.
Hello? Denver? Are You Still There? is a live podcast hosted by Bree ‘Coco’ Davies and is recorded every fourth Thursday at Mutiny Information Cafe. This episode took place December 28th, was centered on gentrification and included guests:
Dr. Gregory Diggs
Queen City Companion is a storytelling show that is totally false, made up or otherwise whatever the artist makes of it. It is hosted by Denver comedian, actress, member of the Pussy Bros and a future best friend of Garth Brooks, Christie Buchele.
Hello? Denver? Are You Still There? hosted by Bree Coco Davies is a live podcast recorded every fourth Thursday at Mutiny Information Cafe. This episode was the debut show and took place November 30th, with a room packed full of people ready to hear about ‘what it means to be a Denverite.’
The Denvoid panel discussion was recorded at Mutiny on October 26th, 2017, with Denvoid and the Cowtown Punks author, Bob Rob Medina. He and his guests discussed the 80-90s Denver punk scene, including his next volume he and co-author Sonny Kay are working on. Panel includes: Jill "Razer" Mustoffa (promoter), Arnie Beckman (Coosey Mothers), Andrew Novick (Warlock Pinchers), Jason Heller (Crestfallen, author), and Tom Murphy (former Westword music writer).
Queen City Companion is an all false storytelling show hosted by Christie Buchele and starring a batch of talented artists ready to bring to life a story that isn't real at all. This episode was recorded the first Thursday in Ocotber, Nov. 2nd has an all new exciting lineup at 8 p.m. at Mutiny Info Cafe.
Jim Norris hosts Stage Tales with Wovenhand. Stage Tales is the Rock and Roll storytelling show, told from the survivors. This episode was recorded live in October with Ordy and Neil from Wovenhand and features stories from their recent stint traveling the U.S.