Kelly Collette

Kelly Collette is a standup comedian. She calls Go Bananas Comedy Club her home club.

She has been a finalist on CMT’s Next Big Comic, and tours clubs and colleges throughout the country. She has performed at the prestigious Limestone Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival and The Lucielle Ball Comedy Festival. She is featured on the CD from Lucyfest called “Live From Jamestown”.

Kelly toured with The Nobodies of Comedy, a national theatre tour of comedians you should know. She has opened for many comics for their albums including Ben Moore, Andy Woodhull and Rachel Feinstein. She is set to record her own album in the fall of 2018.

Kelly is also a featured emcee and storyteller. She has emceed for the Cincinnati Reds and has been a storyteller for “Cincy Storytellers” where you can hear her story on Soundcloud. She also produces a monthly standup storytelling show called “Truth Serum”.

Kelly’s writing has been published for Bust Magazine and in 2016 she wrote, produced and directed a parody play called “Reservoir Dames”. This all-female adaptation of “Reservoir Dogs” sold out and gained national attention.

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Episode 57: Kyla Mainous (part 3 of 3)

On the 57th Episode of Let’s Meet part 3 of 3
Find out if Kyla has ever seen a ghost
Kyla performs Here, Here and Here… here
Kyla might have a ghost in her new Covington home, that hates scrolling text art
Kyla is going to do live to vinyl recording at Least of All recordings in Brooklyn (Pre-order now)

Episode 56: Kyla Mainous (part 2 of 3)

On the 56th Episode of Let’s Meet part 2 of 3
Kyla performs Heavy her first single from an album not yet released
Giraffes have a lot of neck weight
We’ll learn how White Guy McKhaki pants wrote “I’ll follow you into the Dark”
Kyla thinks Michael’s lyrics are garbage

Kyla Mainous

Kyla Mainous is a singer/songwriter from the Cincinnati area.

Kyla has been performing since the age of five. She started writing songs around age 11, and taught herself guitar at 12.

Three years later she was performing in bars, largely thanks to her parent’s support. Now 26, Kyla has played as a solo acoustic artist in innumerable concert venues, coffee shops, bars, and other events. She has also put out a full band EP and a full length CD, MIGHTY WAR, and released an acoustic EP, REFUGE on September 29, 2017. Her music is written almost exclusively from things she has experienced, and you can hear it in every note she sings.

In the year since REFUGE was released, Kyla sold over 200 physical copies of the EP. She has played over 200 shows in 2018, and is currently working on her second full length album.

Need more Kyla? Find her at all the links below:

Reverb Nation

Just want to hear her performances on Let’s Meet?

Heavy – Let’s Meet PodCast originally aired 11/28/2018

Here, Here and Here – Let’s Meet PodCast originally aired 11/30/2018


Episode 54: Mark Borison (part 3 of 3)

On the 54th episode of Let’s Meet part 3 of 3

What High school did you go to?
Where’s My new house?
Mark’s dad hates his T-shirts
Listen to Michael and Tim try to weasel our way into Mark’s movie.
Learn how to appropriately use Mustard and nascar sauce.

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Episode 53: Mark Borison (part 2 of 3)

On the 53rd episode of Let’s Meet part 2 of 3

Mark covers all apostrophe restaurants
We’ll do a deep dive into the life of Chuck Chilli
Mark will never eat another hotdog, Find out why
Do you have to live so relentlessly in the real world, Mark?

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Episode 52: Mark Borison (part 1 of 3)

On the 52nd episode of Let’s Meet part 1 of 3

Tim see’s a ghost
We discuss the ghost cinematic universe connection to Sister Act
Meet the most unfollowed man on Facebook
And Mike almost faked his way onto a cooking show
This episode was previously recorded in 2012

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