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Regular People w/Danny Felts

A show about creativity, and comedy, and being in strange places
Comedian Danny Felts enjoys long walks, and talking. Lucky for him, he has enough friends who also feel the same. If you enjoy the conversational nature of podcasts, but always wished they could be mobile, this is for you.

category: Comedy
tags: Portland, Comedy

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Episode XXXIII: Larry Crane - (1:08:49) 94.52 MB
It's nearly the end of Summer and on this brisk Labor Day I'm happy to unveil the conversation I had with Larry Crane. Larry is great. He is many things including a recording engineer, a magazine owner, and a champion of industry. If you want to learn more about him check out his Wikipedia which is just a cool sentence I don't get to say very often. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXXII: Tom Johnson - (1:11:07) 97.69 MB
And what a great August it is y'all! This time around on RP our guest is Tom Johnson. If you don't know Tom is the founder of the Brody Theater which is a pretty solid staple of comedy in Portland. It was fascinating getting to talk with someone who has lots of experience when it comes to seeing the nature ebb and flow of comedy. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXXI: Matt Monroe - (1:36:27) 132.47 MB
Oh hey there y'all. This week on the podcast we're continuing the theme of having a cool Denver person momentarily come through Portland and then we talk for a couple hours and it's cool. That guy is Matt Monroe and It was great to have him on the show. We drove around in his car because it was 100 degrees that day. Enjoy it! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXX: Kevin O'Brien - (1:10:28) 96.79 MB
Sweet baby July! It's a hot one out there and boy am I feeling generous. This week my good buddy Kev was in town from Denver and surprise surprise: These two lanky goofballs had a very similar but parallel upbringing. Enjoy it! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXIX: Milan Patel - (1:12:55) 100.15 MB
Oh and what a hot one it is today! This week/month on RP we have the wonderful, Milan Patel. Milan moved here from Seattle something like a year ago. Or around that. He's a good dude. He has opinions, but I think they're good ones. Enjoy it! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXVIII: Robbie Pankow - (1:04:41) 88.83 MB
Oh man, guise. This episode we had on the ever chill/very cool Robbie Pankow. We walked around the inner NE area of Portland and talked neighborhoods/gentrification, bands, being a dirty person, and just trying to make sure people don't throw you too much shade. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXVII: Kollin Holtz - (1:10:02) 96.2 MB
Oh man guys! This week on the ole RP we had on good SF friend, Kollin Holtz. Kollin was in the neighborhood/NW for the past couple of days in in March and it was a joy to have him on. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXVI: Jenna Zine - (1:04:19) 88.33 MB
Hey there buds. On this lovely Portland day I had on producer, and all around great person, Jenna Zine! Jenna's been deep in the PDX music scene for some time now and in the past year or so has transferred those talents into comedy. She's got an interesting story and maybe once dated the drummer of my fav band as a 16 year old. There are times when I get too into it. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXV: Amanda Warder - (1:00:40) 83.34 MB
What up doods. Today on the podcast we have my good friend, Amanda Warder! Amanda is cool because we've actually known each other for a couple years now and she's always been a fun, supportive, funny person. So happy to sit down with her and talk it out! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXIV: Tim Ledwith Returns - (1:17:46) 106.81 MB
Hey gang! So glad you could be here. Today we have a special episode of Regular People in that we are having our first returning guest. When Tim first did the podcast he was the perfect guest and exactly what I was trying to accomplish as far as how this podcast works. If you haven't heard that episode yet listen to it before listening to this one and things will make a lot more sense. A lot has happened since that episode, some of it being pretty crazy. I applaud Tim for being so candid and I know that his greatest accomplishments are still yet to come. Enjoy it! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXIII: Hutch Harris - (1:37:25) 133.79 MB
Salutations gang! This week we feature the multifaceted, delightfulness of Hutch Harris. You may recognize Hutch's voice as it is prominently featured within the interstitial music of each podcast, because he's the same Hutch who's in The Thermals! What! So cool. We talked about all manner of things including Portland history, relationships, and just those things you see everyday but never seem to think about until you actually address them. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXII: Jon Washington - (1:14:20) 102.09 MB
Well hey there guys! This week on RP we have the very fine Jon Washington on set singing the saucy tunes he's so famous for. Also, that never happens but Jon and I have known each other for a while and we have a nice little time riff-raffin'. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/) ALSO! Regular People now has a sponsor, which is Fleet Hower! Fleet is a NYC based designer who specializes in 3D printing. If you check out his website fleethower.com you'll find the affectionate little creatures he's created called Lock-Nesters. They're basically 3D printed puzzles that when solved take the shape of bears, ducks, dinosaurs, and all matter or fun animal. If you see something you like put the code "FELTS" into the coupon field at checkout and you'll receive 10% off your purchase. What! That's crazy! Enjoy it!

Episode XXI: Scoot Herring and Brock Wilbur - (1:13:49) 101.39 MB
And a find morrow to you RP'ers! This week on the ole podcast we had kool dudes Scoot Herring and Brock Wilbur. Scoot is a Portland person, Brock is an LA person, everything was great. We talked about so many things! Women's rights, the internet, nerdiness; all kinds of stuff! Enjoy it! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why? (http://whywithaquestionmark.com/)

Episode XX: Laci Daze - (1:58:19) 162.5 MB
And a good morrow listeners! This fine podcast I was fortunate enough to listen to the tales of Laci Daze. I understand that sounds like one of those unimaginative, mid 20 something exaggerations like when someone says they're "going on an adventure" but they're really just getting a bagel, but trust me Laci's life is an adventure. Seriously, it's insanity. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/)

Episode XIX: Arthur Hickman - (1:04:02) 87.95 MB
What's going on there peepers! This week I was joined by the lovely Art Hickman in what can only be described as a wonderful jaunt through inner SE. We talked college, birthdays, and the tide of bedbugs that in this authors opinion has mostly scourged through the east coast. MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/)

Episode XVIII: Caitlin Weierhauser - (1:12:47) 99.96 MB
Oh man guys! This week on RP we got my goodly friend Caitlin Weierhauser on the show! We walked around the Belmont area of Portland during a REAL barnburner if y'all know what I mean, (it was hot!). All manner of truths were spoken regarding topics such as show management, creative integrity, and just good ole collaboration. Enjoy! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts, and "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/)

Episode XVII: Scott Losse - (1:14:59) 103 MB
We have arrived! After much procrastination/me losing my old portable recorder, we're back with a hot one from cool Seattle person/comic, Scott Losse. Scott's a cool dude, very chill, and 420 friendly, (I have no idea if that's true or not, but really enjoy saying it). Enjoy, as we meander around Mt. Tabor Park in scenic SE Portland. Enjoy! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/), "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts and Why?

Episode XVI: Lucia Fasano - (1:23:01) 66.51 MB
We're back! With the gloom of winter mostly behind us, I've returned to trek around the streets with friends. Big ups to staying mostly dry on walks outside. This episode I had on the undeniable Lucia Fasano. We talked about all things LA v. Portland, and about that fact that despite going to PSU, she had never actually been to the foodcarts by PSU. Most surprising. Enjoy it! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/) "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) and Why?

Episode XV: Adam Pasi - (1:19:25) 63.62 MB
Hello! Oh man you guys. This week I had on the huggable nightmare himself, Adam Pasi. Adam's been cruising around the Portland comedy scene for about a year now and is honestly a laugh riot. Shaq has several times referred to Demarcus Cousins as the Sacramento King's next "big man" in basketball. Adam is most certainly the upcoming big man in Portland. Enjoy yourselves! MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/) "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts AND! A special thanks to Why? and Yoni Wolf for letting me use some tracks off of Alopecia. Enjoy it!

Episode XIV: Trevor Hill - (1:23:56) 67.25 MB
Oh hey guys! Back again we are with yet another RP. This month I had on the lovely Trevor Hill who I originally met in SF a couple months ago who was in Portland to do some shows. We talked about comedy festivals, England, and how nice people are so nice. Enjoy!

Episode XIII: Curtis Cook - (1:03:15) 57.91 MB
And a good morrow to all! For this episode of RP I found myself in the backwoods of Cleveland, OH for the Cleveland Comedy Festival talking with the lovely Curtis Cook. We were in a car, and everything we say in this episode should never ever be taken seriously. Enjoy it!

Episode XII: Tim Ledwith - (1:26:20) 69.17 MB
Ya'll! How is your Tuesday? Mine's great! Particularly so because I get to share the magic that is my guest for this episode, Tim Ledwith. Tim and I walked around the greater Cully/Airport area and talked about all manners of things including drugs, and not drugs. It was a great time! Enjoy yourselves.

Episode XI: Christopher Stephenson - (1:20:10) 64.23 MB
Friends! Happy Saturday, (people of the future: it was indeed a Saturday when I posted this) How are you? I'm fantastic, thanks! I'm am very down with this newest edition of RP, featuring the kindly, Christopher Stephenson. I got to talk to Christopher when I was down in scenic Salt Lake City these past couple weeks and dammit, it was a good time. We talked about all kinds of cool things including Mormonism (par for said course), his child (first guest to have one!), and SLC culture in general. Enjoy yourselves.

Episode X: Dan Weber - (1:33:00) 85.15 MB
Rapscallions! I have returned from the land of Latter Day Saints (Salt Lake City, UT), and man was it a good family friendly time!* Before I departed though I was fortunate enough to squeeze in a episode with fellow Portland Comic/Storied Man, Dan Weber. We talked about crazy stories, careers, and how money is pretty much the root of all evil! Enjoy yourselves! *nope MUSIC BY! "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/) "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) "The Royal Court" by Worlds Greatest Ghosts

Episode IX: Jason Traeger - (1:39:01) 90.66 MB
Oh hey there guys! This week for RP we/I had on the prolific/worldly/philos, Jason Traeger on the program. We had a lovely talk and among other things talked about the future of the environment, the addicts personality, and just having your hands in a lot of projects and volleying between those projects. Yeah!

Episode VIII: Matt Champagne - (1:30:13) 72.29 MB
Hello friends! This time for RP I had the privilege to talk to cool California Guy/Comedian/Good Person, Matt Champagne. We talked about what it's like doing commercial work, vacationing, and the fact that we were in close proximity to a bunch of kids in a pool. Enjoy yourselves.

Episode VII: Seth Milstein - (1:29:34) 71.76 MB
Hey there dudes, This week/monthish with the ole Regular People we/I had on the lovely, Seth Milstein! For this episode we found ourselves walking around a youth lacrosse meet on a track near 21st and Sandy. For those who don't know Seth is the co-founder of the Tangent Audio Network and such podcasts as Go Regrets, One To Whatever, and The Podcastcast. He doing great things with the medium and I hope ya'll enjoy our conversation as much as I did.

Episode VI: Craig May - (1:24:21) 67.58 MB
Friends! This month for Regular People I had on roommate/comedy friend/absurdity muse, Craig may onto the program. We about all manor of sorts including The Spicy News, dreams, and growing up in a small town. Enjoy yourselves.

Episode V: Louie Herr - (1:12:01) 49.46 MB
Ah hello friends, This month in Regular People (I have quite busy) we are featuring the lovely Louie Herr. We walk around the Ladd's Edition on one of the first pretty days Portland has to offer since last summer, and talk about independent music, Portland, and the early days of podcasting. Enjoy! Music by... "The Afterlife (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/) "Summer Song (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/) "Don't Fight The Darkness (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/)

Episode IV: Sarah Murrell - (1:25:08) 68.21 MB
Ahh good friends! For this episode of we were joined by apartment complex friend/all around good person Sarah Murrell. Enjoy yourselves! Interstitial Music by... "Holy Roller (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/) "I Don't Believe You" by The Thermals (http://www.thethermals.com/) "Holy Roller (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/)

Episode III: Alex Noce - (1:12:41) 58.23 MB
Hey there guys! For this weeks episode we had on the lovely, Alex Noce. Alex is an incredibly interesting character. He helps produce the bizarrely funny YouTube series Cooking With Troy, as well as another series called Cascadia Now! We walked something like 2.5 miles through the small mountain that is Rocky Butte out in NE Portland out by the airport. Music by: "Sting Operation" by Anamanaguchi (http://www.anamanaguchi.com/) "Dali" by Finn Riggins (http://finnriggins.com/) "Born on a Day" by Black Moth Super Rainbow (http://blackmothsuperrainbow.com/)

Episode II: Brian Nickerson - (1:20:49) 64.74 MB
Good Pals, For the second edition of Regular People I interviewed writer/comic/co-worker of mine, Brian Nickerson! Brian was one of those rare guys where when I first saw him I was immediately jealous in the best way possible. His solid baritone and fascinating mind made this journey fly by. We walked approximately 3.3 miles from the PSU bookstore to about NW 25th and Lovejoy. Enjoy! Interstitial music by Dan Deacon, Worlds Greatest Ghost, and The Thermals and downloaded at The Free Music Archive @ http://freemusicarchive.org

Episode I: Jeff Oliver - (2:00:57) 96.9 MB
Friends! Thank you so much for checking out the very first episode of my brand new podcast, Regular People w/Danny Felts. For this first episode I had on the delightful gentleman and comedian Jeff Oliver, who--surprise surprise--is a real gentleman! We talked about all manner of things including past musicianship, moving to new places and the totally not contentious issue or race. Enjoy it! Music by... "Helix Nebula" by Anamanaguchi (http://www.anamanaguchi.com/) "Shangri-La (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/) "Holy Roller (instrumental)" by YACHT (http://www.teamyacht.com/)