On the first episode recorded in the show's new digs at the Bathtub Republic, David clumsily attempts to start his first ever hip-hop beef before being joined by Jamel Johnson (comedian, frontman of the musical comedy experience Romane & Lettuce, namesake of a sandwich at this one place in Vienna, Virginia). David and Jamel reminisce about a more primitive time for file-sharing and Jamel tells the tale of a mystical figure from his past.
About Sadness Town:
Sadness Town is a live talk show for anyone who's ever been cleaning their room, found an old mix CD, put it on and then immediately regretted that decision. Every episode, comedian David Tveite invites one of his funny friends to bring a playlist of music they were into in high school to be played in front of a live audience. They swap stories and riffs, wallow in embarrassment, and start a lot of sentences with "Do you remember when?" Episodes are recorded live every month.
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