Kortney’s Last Show, EP 37: The Legendary Roots Crew Live in Seattle



This podcast is all about The Legendary Roots Crew, and the concert they put on last night. I’ve always said they’re the greatest live band I’ve seen, and last night they were great. They didn’t do a lot a new stuff, which was fine with me.

I also get off on weird tangents as usual. I talk a lot about the opening act, and opening acts that I have seen. I talk about the time I witnessed and act almost get booed out of the building at a Christian concert.

I also go in on DJs. I just don’t get the beat machine guy that somehow has created a fan base of people who long to be annoyed as a source of entertainment.

The longer this guy plays this beat machine @theroots show. The less of a talent I think it is #killthedj #younglegs #theroots

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Kortney Shane Williams is an international touring comedian who honed his skills for 10 years in Seattle Washington. He's opened for Dave Chappelle, Hannibal Buress, David Alan Grier, and has appeared on Laughs TV on Fox, Comedy Time at the Icehouse, and The 206 on NBC. His writing he has been featured on Yahoo and Fox Sports. Kortney's new album, To Whom It Doesn't Concern, is available now. He can also be heard weekly on his podcast, Kortney's Last Show Podcast, which is available on iTunes. Get More from Kortney at: www.KortneyShaneWilliams.com

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