Howie's High Sierra Comedy Vault

Political humorist Will Durst and David Gee cover a wide range of topics including the obvious discussion on politics but also about comedy as a career in general. We also talk about the history, the lineage if you will of comedy and how it has transformed into what it is today.


Allan Havey, Jodi Borrello and Kevin Nealon chat with comedian Howie Nave from Lake Tahoe about golf, classic movies, Hurricane Katrina, relationships, the business of comedy, golf, television series Mad Men, Weeds, Saturday Night Live, Louis C.K. and everything in-between.


Ep8.Bob Saget gets clean, while Bradley Wollack talks Chelsea Handler. Will Durst & Joe Starr drop in.

Bob Sagat goes beyond "Full House" while Bradley Wollack thanks Chelsea Handler for giving him a shot as one of her writers. Will Durst drops by for some political commentary and Long Island's Joe Starr offers up a classic joke joke that still stands the test of time. 


Purpetual NewYorker Bobby Collins and Johnny Steele from 3 Still Standing, both comedian stage performers for more than 30 years, debate what the message is in comedy. Johnny thinks a message should be in the comedy while Bobby thinks its all about entertaining the crowd. 


Author and Host: Howie Nave. FitzDog radio's Greg Fitzsimmons roasts Howie and the industry with Las Vegas' Brandon Hahn who wants to be Greg Fitzsiimmons. 


Author and Host: Howie Nave. Every year Hollywood releases really bad movies and Razzie Award creator John Wilson has made a career out of pointing out the worst of the worst and he does it, just as Hollywood dresses up to celebrate the oscars. 


Author and Host: Howie Nave. 'Blue Collar' comedian Bill Engvall tells Howie, 'Her's your sign' and tips on golf while Alabama's Heath Hyche launches into a 1000 voices from the deep South to Hollywood. 


Author and Host: Howie Nave. Dan Finnerty of The Dan Band started out singing all women's music and wound up on the big screen in the movies 'Old School" & "The Hangover." Dan rocks the story on how that happened. Howie pulls Adam Ray from the comedy vault as he dishes behind-the-scenes on what it was like working with Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy in "The Heat," as Erin Foley goes from being a stand-up in New York to getting cast in Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous," all this in-between the circumcised panini.   


Author and Host: Howie Nave. Singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins on movie soundtracks saving his musical career during the age of Disco. Brian Dunkleman and Avi Liberman in-studio w/ Howie explore choices made and second guessed and paying the price for it and comedy in Israell without getting shot.  


Author and Host: Howie Nave. Legendary Don Rickles on performing for many years at Harrah's Lake Tahoe sticking it to Howie as he goes. In his 80s, still fresh and timeless. Chicago's Rocky LaPorte and Ron Morey in-studio non-stop, mile-a-minute punches keep it going. Allan Havey drops by for another addition of Howiewood and Haveywood.