Posted: 5th February 2016 by shannont in Uncategorized
Delinquent Records recording artists Nathan Timmel, Shannon Thompson and Tommy Thompson converge for a mega comedy show March 26th, 2016 at Club Underground in Minneapolis, MN.
Showtime is 8:30 PM. Doors will open at 8PM. Cost a mere $5.00.
Club Underground is located at 355 Monroe St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413.
Posted: 28th April 2015 by shannont in Uncategorized
Pick up the newest release off Delinquent Records. Comedy Night by John Bush. John is a master story teller and comedian. Hilarious right down to the final breath. Get it now on Itunes, Amazon and other digital media outlets.
Posted: 19th March 2015 by shannont in Uncategorized
The much anticipated release, Comedy Night by John Bush will be available on April 21st, 2015. It will be available on Itune, Amazon, Spotify and other digital media distribution outlets.
Also, watch for an announcement for John’s CD release party.
Jeremy Nordeen returns to talk about his award winning film Knuckle. We talk about the Minneapolis film scene, baby naming and disparaging comments made on Facebook. Always entertaining and engaging.
Posted: 16th May 2014 by shannont in Artist News
Delinquent Records would like to welcome Timmy Brochu to the family. Timmy’s debut album will be released digitally early this summer.
Here is more about Timmy:
Originally from Portland, Maine, Timmy Brochu is what’s considered a “comic’s comic”, a guy that writes odd one liners, fun short sad bastard stories, and the like.
He now resides in Chicago, Illinois where he runs multiple independent shows that have garnered him some local celeb of sorts.
Check him out. He’s a real high energy nut ball.
Phoebe Bottoms becomes the first guest in our new studio and also the first guest in all three of our studios. We talk about Shannon’s recent wedding, Phoebe’s upcoming wedding and eating food out of a homeless man’s beard. You know, the usual.
Our own Joe Fontenot has a new documentary in the pipeline. It’s about stand up comedy, as you can imagine. Go support Joe and his new project.
Simon Zais makes the trek up from Rochester. Simon might possibly have the most interesting story ever aired on My Brother’s Podcast. We talk to Simon about being in the military, sobriety and Tommy gloats about his recent vacation to California.
Posted: 20th February 2014 by shannont in My Brother's Podcast
We sit down with possibly the most pleasant guest we have ever had. Sue Johnson enlightens us on a penis shaped bacon bowl, religion and the art of being happy.
We sit down with Tom Baumgartner to discuss being on The Dennis Miller Show, proper parking procedure at The Corner Bar and moving from L.A. back to Minnesota. One of our more informative episodes ever!