wellRED podcast

Trae Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester (Authors of The Liberal Redneck Manifesto, and comedians on The WellRed Comedy Tour) host a weekly podcast featuring guests from all walks of life. From MMA fighters, Political experts, Comedians, Television Producers... you get it.. it's diverse. We meet interesting people on the road. Sometimes they let us record our conversations. Sometime's, however, it's just us three goofballs cracking wise about anything from politics, sports, chicken, relationships, and music! for tickets to shows and more!
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Jun 28, 2017

In this interview with Travis Irvine (Recorded back in December of 2016), we answer the important questions: Which Baldwin brother would've shot Abraham Lincoln? And What will Alex Jones Start to sound like now that he all of the sudden likes The President? 

Considering this interview was conducted before the inauguration, it is very interesting to hear the hope in our voices. Boy... we were such kids!

Travis Irvine is a journalist, comedian, independent filmmaker and unsuccessful politician. He has also contributed to VICELAND, the Guardian, Mediaite, Jesse Ventura’s “Off the Grid” and .Mic. Travis wrote and directed a feature-length horror/satire film about killer raccoons that is available from cult film company Troma Entertainment, and in 2007 he ran for mayor of his hometown in Ohio and turned the experience into a short documentary that was featured at the Cannes Film Festival. Travis’ campaign and comedy videos have been featured on “The Jay Leno Show,” PBS’s “NewsHour” and Funny Or Die, and he was also once on “The People’s Court." A recent graduate of Columbia Journalism School, Travis lives and performs between New York City and Ohio.

Travis's new record Guy From Ohio can be found at On Tour Records and on Itunes!!!

Click those links and get it... it's super funny and he is a great dude!

Before that interview, the boys sat down in Chicago to discuss the Bill Cosby Verdict...what a week! for tickets and tour dates... love you all... skeeeeewww!

  • eight and a half months ago
    shoeshine man got me too. swooped down and squirted polish on my boot before i knew what was happening. Being a polite arkansas boy, i had no idea what to do about it.
  • almost nine months ago
    Ruth Jewett
    Hey guys! I'm a big fan; I have the book (it was great), and I saw you in Indianapolis. Your discussion on having an election wherein no political markers are placed by the candidates' names reminded me of something I read about in a Poli Sci class. In Nebraska, they have a unicameral state legislature and no political parties. It seems intuitive that despite that, the voting on issues would fall roughly along partisan lines, but when someone studied it, that was not the case. Representatives voted all over the map, politically. The argument the author was making was that parties are actually a good thing for voter accountability. Without a party platform to be held against, elected reps just vote their conscience. You elect someone and you don't know if they are going to continue to vote the same way you would without the party system, or so the argument goes.

    And although I totally felt the Bern, I agree with Trae-- it is by no means a foregone conclusion that Bernie would have won. Has anyone counted all the centrists who voted for Hillary, but wouldn't have voted for Bernie? Just curious.

    It would be interesting if we had a more parliamentary system and smaller parties could gain seats proportional to how the population votes. There's be 3 or 4 Greens, a handful of Libertarians, some Socialists. I think about that and speculate how it would go down to a dorky degree.

    Anyway, you guys are great! Keep hittin'!