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My Dining Room Table with Adam Cayton-Holland

Adam Cayton-Holland

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My Dining Room Table with Adam Cayton-Holland

My Dining Room Table with Adam Cayton-Holland

Adam Cayton-Holland

3
Followers
23
Plays
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Comedian Adam Cayton-Holland chats with the various interesting people that cross his path about the various routes to success and the various interpretations of what "making it" means. All from his dining room table. Various.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 60 - The Final Episode

And so we conclude My Dining Room Table. Will I randomly put out an episode when I feel like it, when I have a really good interview to share with the world? Perhaps. Will I do this podcast live at festivals if asked? Probably. Those are fun. But for now, and most likely, forever, this is the last episode of My Dining Room Table, live from the High Plains Comedy Festival. Thanks for listening, everyone. It really has meant a lot to me.

81 min2015 OCT 7
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Ep. 60 - The Final Episode

Ep. 59 - The Hiatus

And so it has come to this. I'll be taking the summer off of podcasting to focus full time on the production of Those Who Can't. But fear not! New episodes will resume in August/September of 2015. So come back around! In the meantime, have the best summer ever and KIT!

13 min2015 MAY 27
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Ep. 59 - The Hiatus

Ep. 58 - Noah Gardenswartz

Denver-raised, but groomed by comedy in the amazing scenes of Atlanta and New York, Noah Gardenswartz is a gentle giant with a furious wit. He's also a deeply profound and thoughtful dude. One of my favorite episodes in awhile. Enjoy.

75 min2015 MAY 13
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Ep. 58 - Noah Gardenswartz

Ep. 57 - Kevin O'Brien

Kevin O'Brien - ole Kev! - finally takes a seat at the table to pontificate on growing up Cornhusker, college radio and how weird it is when you realize you and your fuck up friends were maybe actually the ones who had it all figured out.

74 min2015 APR 29
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Ep. 57 - Kevin O'Brien

Ep. 56 - Nick Nunns

I sit down with Nick Nunns, the man behind TRVE brewing, to talk craft-beer, Satan, and how comedy and brewing aren't all that different.

68 min2015 APR 15
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Ep. 56 - Nick Nunns

Ep. 55 - Brooks Wheelan

Gregarious gadabout Brooks Wheelan and I take it to the dining room table to talk Instagram, old explorers of yore and why when performing in a new city you should always, always spring for the rental car.

64 min2015 APR 1
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Ep. 55 - Brooks Wheelan

Ep. 54 - Nathaniel Rateliff

Nathaniel Rateliff is the most talented singer-songwriter I've ever met and he just so happens to live right down the street. I finally snagged him to talk touring, drinking, cholos and Night Sweats.

84 min2015 MAR 18
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Ep. 54 - Nathaniel Rateliff

Ep. 53 - Kristin Rand

I pow-wow with Kristin Rand for an exit interview before she departs Denver for LA. We talk SNL 40th Anniversary, how people who are awful on social media are the f-ing worst, and how when you don't know how to end a sketch, you should just sing!

72 min2015 MAR 4
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Ep. 53 - Kristin Rand

Ep. 52 - Virgil Dickerson

Greater Than Collective record mogul, former Suburban Home Records guru, and Illegal Pete's all-around good guy Virgil Dickerson gets the Dining Room Table treatment to talk poop stories, learning from your failures and how dim sum hasn't been taken over by hipsters. Yet.

70 min2015 FEB 18
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Ep. 52 - Virgil Dickerson

Ep. 51 - Greg Baumhauer

Wrist Deep Productions founder and the man behind the infamous Squire Lounge open mic, Greg Baumhauer was one of my first true friends in comedy. In this amazing conversation, we look back over our early days in comedy through the lens of Greg's new-found and hard-fought sobriety. Chicago lives!

84 min2015 FEB 4
Comments
Ep. 51 - Greg Baumhauer

Latest Episodes

Ep. 60 - The Final Episode

And so we conclude My Dining Room Table. Will I randomly put out an episode when I feel like it, when I have a really good interview to share with the world? Perhaps. Will I do this podcast live at festivals if asked? Probably. Those are fun. But for now, and most likely, forever, this is the last episode of My Dining Room Table, live from the High Plains Comedy Festival. Thanks for listening, everyone. It really has meant a lot to me.

81 min2015 OCT 7
Comments
Ep. 60 - The Final Episode

Ep. 59 - The Hiatus

And so it has come to this. I'll be taking the summer off of podcasting to focus full time on the production of Those Who Can't. But fear not! New episodes will resume in August/September of 2015. So come back around! In the meantime, have the best summer ever and KIT!

13 min2015 MAY 27
Comments
Ep. 59 - The Hiatus

Ep. 58 - Noah Gardenswartz

Denver-raised, but groomed by comedy in the amazing scenes of Atlanta and New York, Noah Gardenswartz is a gentle giant with a furious wit. He's also a deeply profound and thoughtful dude. One of my favorite episodes in awhile. Enjoy.

75 min2015 MAY 13
Comments
Ep. 58 - Noah Gardenswartz

Ep. 57 - Kevin O'Brien

Kevin O'Brien - ole Kev! - finally takes a seat at the table to pontificate on growing up Cornhusker, college radio and how weird it is when you realize you and your fuck up friends were maybe actually the ones who had it all figured out.

74 min2015 APR 29
Comments
Ep. 57 - Kevin O'Brien

Ep. 56 - Nick Nunns

I sit down with Nick Nunns, the man behind TRVE brewing, to talk craft-beer, Satan, and how comedy and brewing aren't all that different.

68 min2015 APR 15
Comments
Ep. 56 - Nick Nunns

Ep. 55 - Brooks Wheelan

Gregarious gadabout Brooks Wheelan and I take it to the dining room table to talk Instagram, old explorers of yore and why when performing in a new city you should always, always spring for the rental car.

64 min2015 APR 1
Comments
Ep. 55 - Brooks Wheelan

Ep. 54 - Nathaniel Rateliff

Nathaniel Rateliff is the most talented singer-songwriter I've ever met and he just so happens to live right down the street. I finally snagged him to talk touring, drinking, cholos and Night Sweats.

84 min2015 MAR 18
Comments
Ep. 54 - Nathaniel Rateliff

Ep. 53 - Kristin Rand

I pow-wow with Kristin Rand for an exit interview before she departs Denver for LA. We talk SNL 40th Anniversary, how people who are awful on social media are the f-ing worst, and how when you don't know how to end a sketch, you should just sing!

72 min2015 MAR 4
Comments
Ep. 53 - Kristin Rand

Ep. 52 - Virgil Dickerson

Greater Than Collective record mogul, former Suburban Home Records guru, and Illegal Pete's all-around good guy Virgil Dickerson gets the Dining Room Table treatment to talk poop stories, learning from your failures and how dim sum hasn't been taken over by hipsters. Yet.

70 min2015 FEB 18
Comments
Ep. 52 - Virgil Dickerson

Ep. 51 - Greg Baumhauer

Wrist Deep Productions founder and the man behind the infamous Squire Lounge open mic, Greg Baumhauer was one of my first true friends in comedy. In this amazing conversation, we look back over our early days in comedy through the lens of Greg's new-found and hard-fought sobriety. Chicago lives!

84 min2015 FEB 4
Comments
Ep. 51 - Greg Baumhauer
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