Posts tagged as gregory brothers

The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show: The Gregory Brothers

This week on the Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show, Jeff talks to Evan, Andrew, Michael and Sarah who together form The Gregory Brothers. They talk about how they got together as a group, what they were doing before they found success on YouTube, what makes a good unintentional singer and what the process of songifying a video is like. At the end they even give a little concert.

“The first time that we happened to work together was on this tour in '07. We started out as The Gregory Brothers playing Andrew's album and Sarah's album and at the end of the tour we had basically merged into one [...]

Talking to Tom Scharpling, Host of The Best Show on WFMU

Tom Scharpling is a guy with a lot of irons in the fire. Not only is he the director of a recent string of popular music videos, but he’s also working on a new TV project for Comedy Central, maintaining a funny and inventive Twitter feed, writing a new album with comedy partner Jon Wurster, and, of course, hosting the weekly three-hour radio program The Best Show on WFMU. I’m exhausted just typing all that. Given his busy schedule, it was super nice of Tom Scharpling to take the time to talk to me about the plethora of projects he currently has going, how much of the banned alcoholic [...]

Jimmy Fallon Teams Up with the Gregory Brothers to Make Something Cool (And You Can Be a Part of It)

Jimmy Fallon announced a new video project on Late Night Friday that the wildly-talented Gregory Brothers are putting together for the show in honor of the Super Bowl. Watch Fallon explain what you can do to be a part of the video above, or just sit around like a lazy slob and kick yourself next week when you see whatever the cool thing the Gregory Brothers made without your help is.

8 Promising Series That Comedy Central Didn't Pick Up This Year

Every year, Comedy Central, like all of the other networks, announces a new slate of shows it’s developing, and it’s always an impressive collection of some of the funniest people going. Comedy fans who have been around long enough know not to get too excited though because there’s only so much room in the Comedy Central schedule (and budget), so most of the shows the network develops each year don’t end up getting made. Comedy Central just announced the shows that ARE getting made this year – new projects from funny people like Anthony Jeselnik, Amy Schumer, and Ben Hoffman. It’s great to see these comedians bringing [...]