Comedy

USDA chief, Sonny Perdue, is rolling back back nutrition standards for school lunches.

Here is our song, “Stroke of Genius,” about how stupid that is.


I discuss the practical considerations of attending an abortion funeral. (Ditta Caffe, Salt Lake City, UT – 12/3/16)


Joey Cougar & The Starfish make up songs based on audience suggestions. The suggestions? Tinker Toys and haggis. (Ditta Caffe, Salt Lake City, UT – 12/3/16)


Tom Foreman, World’s Foremost Observational Comic, ventures into the psychic realm to predict the future of cars and women’s basketball. (Ditta Caffe, Salt Lake City, UT – 12/3/16)


My full show from Ditta Caffe in Salt Lake City, UT – 12/3/16


President Park Geun-hye of South Korea is embroiled in a corruption scandal. After some Seoul searching, here is our song.


Clown threats are on the rise in the United States. This song is nothing to laugh at.


The yellow-faced bees are on the endangered species list. Here is their song.


Joey Cougar & The Starfish sing about the first U.S. presidential debate of 2016.


Joey Cougar & The Starfish’s newest song expresses distrust of Wells Fargo after their employees created fake accounts and added services without customer knowledge.


Joey Cougar & The Starfish recorded a new song bemoaning the iPhone 7’s removal of the headphones jack.


On August 12, 2016, Joey Cougar & The Starfish performed their new song, “POTUS” (pronounced Pa Tuss) that was inspired by a line from Kate McKinnon’s character in the new Ghostbusters film.


Here is the first video from my 2016 comedy tour. This show took place at the Downtown Artery in Fort Collins, CO on May 17, 2016. Part one here shows Box of Jokes and Tom Foreman, World’s Foremost Observational Comic.


While hosting open mic at Bad Ass Coffee in December 2015, the audience asked me why I had a fake dog in my trunk. They suggested I make up a song telling the story. Here is the result.


 

The Joseph Richards Show live from Bad Ass Coffee in Salt Lake City, UT on September 11, 2015.


A former coworker asked me to give a zombie preparedness speech at a Salt Lake city council meeting on April 1, 2008. Here is the result. Thanks to Sam for filming and posting.


Here is the world’s foremost observational comic. From Mo’s Bar & Grill in Salt Lake City, UT. Thanks to Sean for recording.


And here I am again at Mo’s Bar & Grill in Salt Lake City, UT. The theme was Teenage Wasteland. I didn’t have anything prepared, so here is what I came up with. Can you guess which lyrics I was paraphrasing?Thanks to Colin for recording.

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