Triple Threat 3.0

Once again, the Kaizen Krew takes a look at three extremely talented comedians you may not of heard of before. This episode, the guys look at Nathan Macintosh, Michael Vecchione and Geoff Tate. Three very different comedians with unique approaches to leaving audiences rolling on the floor. 

Mike Vecchione is a New York City comic who has appeared on multiple late night spots and has his own Half Hour Special for Comedy Central. He was semi-finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing and won People's Choice Award for the New York Comedy Festival.He headlines all over the country and is a NYC staple. He has an album called Muscle Confusion available on iTunes. He has a unique rhythm, coupled with excellent writing that makes him an excellent performer.

Check out his website here.

Nathan Macintosh is a Canadian native who’s becoming someone to watch out for in comedy. Macintosh is known for tackling a wide range of topics in a loud and opinionated approach, maintaining the integrity of his joke’s structures throughout his rants. He tours regularly throughout North America and has been featured on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, and Just for Laughs All Access. And in 2015 his first album, “I Wasn’t Talking” was featured in Ex!aim Magazine’s Top Ten Hilariously Good Comedy Moments.

Check out his website here.

Geoff Tate is a Cincinnati-based comedian who has appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and regularly tours with Doug Benson and Doug Stanhope. He made his television debut on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, and is a regular on Doug Loves Movies, as well as Getting Doug with High, as well as The High Court with Judge Doug Benson. He has performed at music and comedy festivals like Bonnaroo, South by Southwest, Brew Ha Ha (in Cincinnati) and Limestone. He has three albums, all available on iTunes or through Amazon currently, with a fourth on the way. Check out his tour dates at: justanotherclown.com

Bits analyzed: Conan 2017 set from Michael Vecchione,  Jimmy Fallon 2017 set from Nathan Macintosh and "Guns" by Geoff Tate from the album ' Geoff Tate Again'.