S2E106 – Pete Lee, Carl Ray, and Patrick Gibson

In this episode, we visit with standup comedian Pete Lee, singer-songwriter Carl Ray, and country artist Patrick Gibson.

Comedian and friend of the show, Pete Lee, tells us about his 1-hour standup comedy special “Tall, Dark, and Pleasant” – which premieres on Showtime tomorrow (7/9/21). We also talk about the challenge of taping the special during pandemic. We also share about the importance of humor, and being able to laugh at hard things in life. For more on his special, socials, upcoming tour dates, and more visit www.PeteLee.net

Singer-songwriter Carl Ray stops by to talk about his single “I Can See Clearly Now” – his tribute to mentor and friend Johnny Nash. We also talk about how Johnny taught him the basics of the music industry and songwriting. Carl also shares about his heart of giving, even in the tough times we’re living in. For more info on his music, concerts, social media, and more visit CarlRay.com

Country singer and songwriter Patrick Gibson tells us about his latest release “The American Prayer” and the Father’s Day video release of “Daddy’s Little Girl”. Patrick tells us his early musical inspirations, hearkening to his time spent with family in Blair, Oklahoma. For more information on Patrick’s music, tour dates, socials, and more visit PGCountry.com

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