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The Kerri Edelman Show focuses on in-depth interviews with national level entertainers and professionals including musicians, artists, writers, comedians, film makers, illustrators and other creatives. The concept of the show is to promote the interviewees and focus on their unique life stories. No interview is ever the same! With her exceptional research, interpersonal and interviewing skills, Edelman takes the audience on a journey with an authentic curiosity in her guests. When you hear an interview with Edelman, it is like having a conversation over coffee with a close friend. Typically, her guests walk away expressing to Edelman how they feel like they’ve known her forever. Edelman has interviewed Screenwriter, Novelist & Comedian Peter Mehlman (Head Writer & Co-Executive Producer of Seinfeld); Grammy Award-Winning Pianist & Composer Jeffrey Biegel; Award-Winning Playwright Brett Neveu: TV Producer & MAD IN THE KITCHEN Chef Madeleine Smithberg (formerly of David Letterman & Co-Creator of The Daily Show); TV Writer/Producer & Humor Illustrator John Matta (Creator of Matta Napkin); Award-Winning New Yorker Cartoonist, Illustrator & Writer Bob Eckstein; MAD Magazine Illustrator Ed Steckley; Cartoonist, Illustrator & Writer David DeGrand (The Simpsons, SpongeBob Comics & Garfield); Best-Selling Author & Journalist Mike Sager; New York Times Best-Selling Author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong; Emmy-Nominated Comedian, Writer & Impersonator John Di Domenico; World Renowned Mastering Engineer Maor Appelbaum and CEO of Pavement Entertainment Mark Nawara. National level bands and musicians who have been featured on her show include Lacey Sturm, Starset, Tremonti, Trivium, Any Given Sin, From Ashes To New, 10 Years, DED, The Violent (formerly Red Sun Rising) and Nonpoint. The opinions reflected on this show by the interviewees do not necessarily reflect the views of The Kerri Edelman Show. Show Illustration by John Matta

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Claudia Stavola began her career as a stand-up comedian when she realized the office thing wasn't for her (she hates casual Friday, and chipping in for gifts for people who grunt when she says ?hello? in the hallway.). She is also a writer for the satirical rock and roll website, Madhouse Magazine, and the host of the hard rock/heavy metal morning show on Monsters of Rock on Dash Radio—a station that boasts over 800,000 listeners per day. She can be heard weekdays from 8:00 AM to Noon EST/5:00 AM to 9:00 AM PST. As a writer & author, Stavola recently published her book, '100 Things to Hate Before You Die,' which is a funny, relatable, and irreverent escape for comedy fans who are fed up with everything going on in the world, but can still find humor in the dumb and dumber. In this uproarious, honest, and biting collection of essays, she shares her unapologetic rantings, true stories, lists, observations, silly solutions to serious problems, and absolute fury over inconsequential things like the shorts-all-year-long guy and Gwyneth Paltrow's vagina candle, to more provocative topics such as angry ?patriotic? guys, and dating show dimwits. There are plenty of guides for where to travel, what to eat, or what to watch before you die, but when you're flooded with antipathy over just about everything, it's hard to know where to direct your disdain. Claudia is here to help! '100 Things to Hate Before You Die,' available on Amazon, is an easy-to-read collection of fiery musings that will help you focus on what to hate and why. Get ready for a ride of emotions—you'll go from pissed off to more pissed off—but in the most hilarious, engaging, and funny way possible. You can also find her and follow her on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @ClaudiaComedy making dance videos with her cats, Hall and Oates.
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