Comedian and host Steve Guy sits down and interviews personalities of all kinds through a laid back happy hour setting. Professional athletes, comedians, radio & TV personalities, and more talking about their lives in a light not usually seen. PLUS, chats about their favorite happy hour drinks. Full interviews that were cut down for time on episodes of the YouTube series Happy Hour with Steve Guy
The beauty of Happy Hour is the variety of guests and this week's guests will blow your mind! Jason and Stacy Alan are a married couple that perform magic and mentalism. They're so good at what they do that they were even invited to be on Penn & Teller: Fool Us, on the CW network for an episode! They live in Northeast Ohio and have been entertaining audiences for nearly a decade. They sit down with Steve and tell a little bit about what it is they do and their story of how they got to where they are. PLUS dazzle Steve with some of their tricks of course.
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Jeff Shaw has been performing standup comedy all over for 30+ years and makes his home here in the Northeast Ohio area. Jeff's recently released comedy album "Jeff with Two F's" reached number 1 on both Amazon and iTunes! Jeff swings by Happy Hour with Steve Guy to talk about his comedy career, his unique voice and how it's impacted and inspired his comedy, performing for America's Got Talent, and much more! You can see Jeff perform Sunday February 21st at Hilarities in downtown Cleveland, tickets available at hilarities.com
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Mary Santora, member of 100.7WMMS Alan Cox Show (M-F afternoons in Cleveland), returns to Happy Hour with Steve Guy. Mary and Steve get to sit down in the same place (safely of course) and catch up! Mary talks about her debut comedy album, Hillbilly Boujee (available for preorder and out on February 26, 2021), her comedy career, her family life and much more. Things get a bit dark at times, but the two friends laugh it all off.
It's Super Bowl week! Which means, whether it's anticipation of the game or the commercials, the thing most talked about at Happy Hour is of course, the Super Bowl! This week, NFL Sideline Reporter for CBS, AJ Ross joins Happy Hour with Steve Guy. AJ gives her thoughts about a variety of topics including the emergence of Women in Sports, her Alma Mater Howard University, her thoughts on the renewed rivalry of the Cleveland Browns and her hometown Pittsburgh Steelers, her career that has already spanned covering the NFL, college sports, and of course a stop at WKYC in Cleveland and more (like the Super Bowl of course).
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The first brand new episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy features Steve's friend, standup comedian Dwayne Duke. The two chat about Dwayne's two podcasts "Catching up with Dwayne" and "A Different Podcast" which is based on the show "A Different World" and from there, head down a rabbit hole to 90s sitcoms led by predominantly black casts. A discussion about Betty White, being an extra in movies, both experiencing being an extra in LeBron James commercials and so much more!
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The second part of looking back at the awesome conversations that took place in the first year of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, 2020. Take a listen and get a feel for the variety of guests and discussions had each week on the show.
On this episode:
Ricky Smith - Comedian/Actor/Philanthropist, Founder of R.A.K.E.
Dolph Ziggler (Nic Nemeth) - WWE Superstar, native of NEOhio
David Huffman - Bitchy Vegan Homo
Conrad Abel Miles - filmmaker, The Session documentary
Kelly Dobeck - Meteorologist, Channel 19 News in Cleveland
Zosimo Maximo - owner, GrooveRyde fitness in Cleveland, Filmmaker/tv producer
Ben Roy - Comedian/Podcast Host/Actor, "Those Who Can't" on TruTV (now on HBOMax)
Elliot Frank - Musician/Owner, Superscript Comics & Games
Coyote Peterson - Wildlife adventurer, Host of Brave Wilderness on YouTube
Jason Hanley - VP of Education & Visitor Engagement, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Chris Clem - Comedian, NEOhio native, former contestant of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?"
Katie Morrissey - Comedian/Netflix writer, "Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine"
On this special episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, in order to move forward, it's time to look back. The very first year of the show was full of some incredible conversations. This episode features clips from the first 12 conversations that took place on the show, giving a glimpse of what Happy Hour is all about with a variety of guests. Next week, we'll look back at the rest of the first year of conversations!
On this episode:
Micah Hyde - Buffalo Bills Safety
Chris Van Vliet - YouTube/Entertainment Personality
Mary Santora - Comedian/Radio Personality, WMMS Cleveland
Curtis Cook - Comedian/Writer Comedy Central
Ryan Nemeth - Actor/Writer/Pro Wrestler, HEEL movie
Lauren Brill - Former Sportscaster, founder of TheUnsealed.com
Pretty Boy Smooth - Pro Wrestler/Philanthropist
Social Sitdown: Being Black in America - John Bruton, Kierra Cotton, Jocelyn Ball
Patrick Shepherd - Associate Director of Cleveland International Film Festival
Graham Veysey - Owner/Founder MANCAN Wine
Valerie Mayen - Fashion Designer, YellowCake Shop/Former contestant Project Runway
Kathy Blackman - Owner of Grog Shop, iconic Cleveland live Music venue
On the final episode of 2020 Steve welcomes comedian/writer Katie Morrissey to Happy Hour with Steve Guy. Katie originally grew up in Northeast Ohio and even went to Ohio University before heading to Chicago and ultimately New York City where she began her standup career. Katie was a writer on the Netflix special "Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine" and dives into that experience, emotions watching it, standup comedy and so much more, including growing up in Northeast Ohio and her time at the Cleveland Comedy Festival.
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On this week's episode, Steve is joined by comedian (and his friend) Chris Clem. Chris is originally from Northeast Ohio, but now calls Los Angeles home. He sits down with Steve to have a fun conversation about a variety of topics, including catching up on his appearances on the old "Up Late with Steve Guy" shows, that are now available on the Happy Hour with Steve Guy YouTube channel. The two pay tribute to NFL Hall of Famer Kevin Greene who passed away suddenly and look back fondly on his time in WCW as a wrestler. PLUS, Chris Clem shares his experience from a decade ago appearing on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" and the two discuss what's going on in pop culture; NBA returning, Baker Mayfield quoting TLC, an Ohio Man rollerblading on the highway while naked except for a Panda head, and favorite takes on holiday classic movies.
On this week's episode it's host Steve Guy spitballing into a microphone about topics people are talking about at their Happy Hours all over! The Cleveland Browns had an epic Monday Night battle against the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland is getting a new baseball team (name), One woman's attempt to earn extra income via OnlyFans results in her losing her EMS job, Will you be getting a vaccine?, the Electoral College has voted, and Prince Harry & Megan Markle are getting into the podcast game!
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On this week's episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, Steve gives an updated of everything that's going on with the show presently as COVID has impacted it, as it has so many other things in the world. Then, he steps into the time machine, to celebrate old episodes of the previous version of this show, Up Late with Steve Guy, popping up on the Happy Hour YouTube page, this is an interview from one of those shows. In Cleveland, if you've ever participated in nightlife downtown, you may have come across a man wearing flashy suits that has a striking resemblance to either Rod Stewart or Sean Penn (depending on how you want to look at it). Many began referring to him over the years as SuperPimp or "Money Mike" and in 2012, he joined Up Late to have a conversation all about what he stands for and who he truly is.
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This is a very special edition of Happy Hour with Steve Guy as Jason Hanley, VP of Education & Visitor Engagement of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, swings by Happy Hour just ahead of the 2020 Rock Hall Induction Ceremony being shown on November 7th on HBO and HBOMax. The entire episode is an extended conversation dedicated to the Induction Ceremony and the Rock Hall celebrating 25 years of being open in Cleveland. Steve and Jason chat about this year's inductees and everything that the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has been doing over the years and looking forward to do in the future.
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On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, the host of YouTube's acclaimed channel, Brave Wilderness, Coyote Peterson join. Coyote is originally from Newbury, OH in Northeast Ohio and reminisces about growing up out there and looking back on Geauga Lake and how he views Sea World much differently now than he did back then. Plus, some wild tales from his adventures with wildlife and it turns out, not really a fan of stray cats! Who knew?!
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On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, local business owner Elliot Frank of Superscript Comics & Games swings by and provides an update and outlook on what it's been like to open up a business in the middle of a pandemic. Elliot and Steve also get to talking about comic book movies and whether fandom of comics needs to be a thing in order to truly enjoy those for what they are. PLUS Elliot is also in a band and the pandemic has of course put shows for so many on hold. The two talk about how that world is reacting and handling things.
Superscript Comics & Games is in Lakewood, OH and you can follow them on social media @superscriptohio on both Instagram and Twitter.
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This week's guest for Happy Hour with Steve Guy is Zosimo Maximo, owner/operator of GrooveRyde in Cleveland, a microgym that features a variety of fitness courses. The conversation gives insight into how he got into the business (with his wife) and obstacles being faced for group fitness industry during a pandemic. Aside from that world though, Zosimo had a secret past in the television industry working for MTV for years, prior to coming to Cleveland and was a director on the hit show "Room Raiders" Of course, we couldn't NOT find out the inner workings of that!
Ben Roy is s comedian, an actor, a musician, a podcaster and so much more. He joins this week's episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy and the conversation goes all over the place. Ben lives in Denver, but previously starred in the show "Those Who Can't" on TruTV, while also still performing standup comedy. Currently he's part of two podcasts, The Grawlix Save The World and 97.9 The Rat Race, with the latter being a fun parody of morning drive time radio shows. He also reminisces about the only time he visited Cleveland to perform with his band and played Now That's Class! on Cleveland's west side, where he watched a fight and met what he finds out is one of Steve's friends! Shout out to Papa Pepperoni!
On this week's episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, Cleveland19News Meteorologist Kelly Dobeck swings by! Kelly talks about what got her into science and weather in the first place as a native to Northeast Ohio. She and Steve also both work as in-arena hosts for the Cleveland Monsters Hockey Team AND have a shared enjoyment of pro wrestling to talk about.
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Conrad Abel Miles is from Cleveland and currently has a documentary in the DC Shorts Film Festival (and picked up an award at the 2019 Cleveland International Film Festival), The Session. We take a dive into the subject matter of The Session and its many messages, and of course talk about krumping. The dance style the entire doc is centered around. Abel also chats about the short he acted in, "Altruist," and so much more!
If you'd like to watch The Session, head to festival.dcshorts.com click on FILMS and Search 'The Session'
On the Season Finale of the show, David Huffman swings by to chat a couple of different topics. David works for Cleveland Cinemas and provides an update for theatergoers in the area. He also has his own cooking show on YouTube, Bitchy Vegan Homo, where he can be seen providing vegan cooking tips and recipes. His baked goods are available via pop-up events and can be ordered through bitchyveganhomo.com which also has recipes for meals that are not baked goods.
It's an overall fun chat with someone doing something new and exciting in Northeast Ohio, PLUS he drops his favorite vegan dining suggestions in the area for those who may be searching and of course much more fun including a brief debate on how good? the movie Deep Blue Sea is.
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On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, the man behind WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler, Nic Nemeth, joins to talk about a variety of his personal passions. Among them, of course is being a pro wrestler and his current enjoyment of #RawUnderground ahead of SummerSlam. He also explains where his interest in politics comes from and all of his concerns that come with the modern political world and is asked whether he will one day run for office. Then there's that interest in the other form of entertainment he's involved in, stand-up comedy, which he claims to be scary. All of this not to be outdone by his love and enjoyment for his original home of Northeast Ohio.
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On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, comedian/actor/philanthropist Ricky Smith joins! Ricky is the founder of non-profit R.A.K.E. (Random Acts of Kindness Everywhere) whose mission is to promote kindness in even the smallest gestures everywhere. He chats racial tensions, kindness and more. Truly, things get off the rails a bit in a very fun way as Ricky and Steve dive into the world of Rocky movies among other things.
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On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, the show begins at its home of All Saints Public House in Cleveland, but then heads crosstown to Cleveland Hts and iconic independent music venue, The Grog Shop, to talk to its owner Kathy Blackman. Kathy chats about starting the venue, some of the history of now famous performers and what its going through currently as she has teamed up with other independent venue owners across the country for #SaveOurStages. Venues like the Grog Shop, are in danger of not opening again due to the Coronavirus pandemic, as they can not operate at a capacity to allow them to even break even.
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On this episode fashion designer Valerie Mayen joins to talk about her experiences on Season 8 of Project Runway and Season 5 of Project Runway AllStars along with a glimpse into what the fashion industry is like behind the scenes, some inaccuracies and things people did not know PLUS some of the amazing things she's doing with her own company Yellowcake Shop!
From her reaction to fellow designer and Project Runway contestant Mondo Guerra disclosing on the show his battle with HIV, to her thoughts on Tim Gunn and the judges, and how helpful (or not) the show is as a designer, Valerie is open about everything. Of equal (if not more) importance are her thoughts on the harsh conditions of fashion workers and inequity in pay for many across the world.
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On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, the rare occasion the drinks are served to the bartender as Owner/Found of ManCan Wine, Graham Veysey joins! Graham explains how the concept of putting wine in a can like a beer came about. That's not all though, Graham also ran for a seat in the US Congress in 2012 to represent Ohio and discusses that experience, along with developing properties in Cleveland and pushing for a new neighborhood experience in what he has coined, Hingetown.
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On this episode, Patrick Shepherd, the Associate Director of the Cleveland International Film Festival (now heading into its 45th year) swings by Happy Hour to discuss what it took for the festival to change course at the last minute this year from in-person screenings (as is typical) to only streaming due to coronavirus pandemic shutdowns. He also chats about his history with the festival, different programs they offer that go beyond films seen on screen, and a glimpse into how the festival will now operate in the future. That's not all though, as Patrick is involved in multiple groups and one of the biggest supporters the city of Cleveland has. He gives a background into what else he is part of and of course goes off on what he hopes for the future and loves about the city of Cleveland!
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In the midst of a necessary social uprising and movement across the United States on the heels of yet more deaths of black people, (George Floyd, Breonna Taylor), at the hands of police officers, host Steve Guy sits down for a deep, intense, open dialogue with Kierra Cotton, John Bruton, and Jocelyn Ball. All three represent the Black Community in this conversation and come from different backgrounds and career paths. Kierra works as a digital media producer for a local news station, John is a standup comedian and graphic design artist, Jocelyn is an IT professional. They speak on what is happening right now, systemic (and blatant) racism they've dealt with in their lives and at work, media presentation of protests, support from others, and so much more. This is a raw, emotional, uncut conversation on the state of Being Black in America, in 2020. This sit down conversation was recorded at All Saints Public House in Cleveland, OH. Many thanks to them for allowing us their space.
If you'd like to support and educate yourself further on systemic racism and social injustice you can visit blacklivesmatter.com which is full of resources that are educational and more. You can also visit change.org and sign multiple petitions. Both of these suggestions are of course simply starting points and you're of course encouraged to search different elements discussed in this lengthy and important conversation.
On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy from 6/4/2020 Independent Pro Wrestler, "Pretty Boy Smooth" joins to discuss a variety of topics including; his background from a collegiate athlete to becoming a wrestler, racism and breaking stereotypes, how he's giving back to others through a college scholarship he created and initially funded, fundraising efforts and so much more!
To donate to "PB Provides" Scholarship go to Mercyhurst.edu/give Select the drop down box that says "I would like to support" choose "Other" and type in "PB Provides Scholarship"
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On the 6th episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, Lauren Brill drops in! Lauren was previously a sports journalist with NBA.com and stops on news stations in Buffalo and Cleveland before pursuing a passion of helping others tell their stories of social importance, as the founder of TheUnsealed.com She chats about her website and the impact she hopes it has from a societal standpoint, and a few examples from it (including a letter written by former Raiders/Browns head coach Hue Jackson), her time in Cleveland covering the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers championship, and more!
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On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, actor/writer/wrestler Ryan Nemeth joins to discuss a myriad of topics. Ryan gives an update and talks about the process of making HEEL, his yet to be released film that takes a deep dive into the world of pro wrestling and the topic of sexual assault/harassment within it. It's not all serious though, as Ryan also chats about life as a wrestler and fun experiences as well as being a fan growing up, his love for comedy and doing a show right as the world was shutting down, PLUS his love for the area where he grew up and frequently returns to visit, Cleveland Ohio!
Curtis Cook is a stand-up comedian originally from the Northeast Ohio area and now resides in Los Angeles, CA. He joins Happy Hour to reminisce about his beginnings in the world of comedy as he would attend open mics that Steve ran at legendary Cleveland bar, The Euclid Tavern. He also talks about his experience writing for Comedy Central on the Jim Jefferies Show and Crank Yankers along with what his plans potentially are for a post-pandemic world and gives us a rundown of his current pandemic project, the internet-based show, "The End is Night"
You can follow Curtis on Twitter @curtis_cook and Instagram @curtiscookcomedy
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This episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy actually features two entertaining guests. First is Mary Santora, a comedian out of Cleveland, OH and radio personality from 100.7WMMS Alan Cox Show during the afternoons. Conversation includes how she got onto the radio show, what it means for her rising standup career, and fun stories about her life as a comic including the time she fell off of Brian Regan's tour bus, and more fun to get to know the person behind the person behind the mic.
Jeremy Alder is a standup comedian originally from Texas, but resides in North Carolina. He has been making news during the pandemic, not for his comedy, but he has actually been giving away money on social media to complete strangers in order to help them through these tough times. He explains how he's able to do this, what his kids think, and if anyone were to book him as payback would he take it?
Please rate, subscribe and review! If you want to watch a condensed version of these interviews and other comedic bits that went along with, seek out Happy Hour with Steve Guy on YouTube (Episode 3) and the episode also includes a standup clip from Jeremy Alder.
On this episode of Happy Hour with Steve Guy, one of Steve's best friends drops in. Chris Van Vliet is known around the world for his YouTube interviews of professional wrestlers and podcast The Chris Van Vliet Show, along with some fun viral moments interviewing celebrities from his time as an entertainment reporter. He shares some of the stories behind the interviews with Leslie Mann and Dakota Johnson, Donald Glover, Anne Hathaway, PLUS the two discuss their differences in experiences with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Beyond that, Chris and Steve let listeners in on some fun memories of their friendship through the years.
Micah Hyde, Pro Bowl defensive back for the NFL's Buffalo Bills, joins to chat about fun times, being a new father, offseason preparations during pandemic shutdowns, his foundation imagineforyouth.org and much more!