Improvisers are great to have on the After Party because it's fun to play along with them. That we did on this episode with Josh Lindgren and Jesse Rogers. During our conversation we actually took a suggestion from our audience and did a few minutes in the same way they do their podcast, which is called Trust Improv.Read More
Seattle has an amazing 12 pieces Steely Dan cover band called Nearly Dan. We had Jamie Dievieny and Darelle Holden, both vocalists of the band. We talked about their upcoming gig at Jazz Alley and more.Read More
Voted #3 for Best Local Podcast in Seattle A-List's recent survey, brother and sister Marc and Julie came to talk about their show called The Station Wagon. Sibling rivalry was ever present, from the match game through to the very end. When you listen, you'll wish you had a sibling like that.Read More
Our 70th episode featured author Janine A. Southard. She talked about a new anthology she's got coming out October 1st. We had a ton of fun during match game and even found out a nifty story about research in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle.
Anglicon, the Seattle area's very own Doctor Who and British media convention is coming back next weekend. We had Dan and Keith, anglicon staff, along with alumni and anglicon panelist Raven Oak on to talk about all the good stuff that is happening at the con. We couldn't cover it all but we covered a lot.
The Match Game has been a big part of the Seattle After Party. Before episode #61 got started, Doug Willott let us know some history behind the match game. Brooklyn Dicent thought he should host the new version.