Laugh Tracks by Laughspin, episode 3: Jackie Kashian, Graham Elwood, Gareth Reynolds

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Each week on Laugh Tracks we showcase a new state and the talented comedians that come from that state. This week we travel to Wisconsin to listen to three tracks from some of today’s best comics.

Gareth ReynoldsGARETH REYNOLDS – You may know Gareth from his Travel Channel show Mancations with long time friend and comedian, Evan Mann or from his successful podcast The Naughty Show on both and Playboy Radio. Here on Laugh Tracks we give you a taste of a sketch posted on Evan & Gareth’s You Tube page.

Graham ElwoodGRAHAM ELWOOD – Graham Elwood’s Second album Palm Strike Dance Party was released in 2012 but Graham hasn’t slowed down since. He’s done USO tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, even filming a documentary about his experience called Laffghanistan: Comedy Down Range. Graham also continues his successful podcast Comedy Film Nerds on This week, Laugh Tracks brings you a clip from his first album. But check out Palm Strike Dance Party. Check out Graham Elwood’s upcoming tour dates.

Jackie KashianJACKIE KASHIAN – Jackie’s latest comedy special and album This Will Make An Excellent Horcrux is available NOW for only $5. She was voted one of the “11 Comedians to See Live in 2012” by and her latest release only proves it more. Check out Jackie Kashian’s tour dates.

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