LADY TO LADY PODCAST
LADY TO LADY PODCAST
'The funniest podcast ever...Smart girl sleepover comfort food.' - Bust Magazine
Lady to Lady is the irreverent comedy trio of Barbara Gray, Brandie Posey and Tess Barker. Boasting a top-rated iTunes podcast with over 3.3 million downloads, the Ladies host a digital series with Comedy Central, produce a live talk show at the UCB in Los Angeles, and stand up showcase at the Hollywood Improv. In addition to touring nationally, they will be headliners at several festivals this year besides All Jane, including Fest16 in Gainesville alongside huge music acts like Against Me!
Each lady is a stand up comic and writer; Brandie Posey's animation-standup pilot "Picture This" is currently in development with Wanda Syke's company "Push It" Productions; Barbara Gray has written for the past three seasons "Billy on the Street" and can be seen on Comedy Central's "Corporate"; Tess Barker recently wrote on "Throwing Shade" for TVLand, and has written regularly for outlets including The Guardian, Vice, and MTV News.
The podcast combines Brandie's whimsical revenge plots, Tess's oddly truthful life mantras, and Babs's embarrassing personal revelations to form a show that is incredibly goofy and warmly genuine. From pop culture discussions to solving listenerâ€™s "Lady Problems," the ladies are "One of the most fun hangouts in podcasting..." -- Paste Magazine.
'The funniest podcast ever...They're smart. They're strong. They're badass women...Smart girl sleepover comfort food.' - Bust Magazine
'I have a major friend-crush on all of them. Their podcast is like the best adult sleepover, just having a hang with your best girlfriends.' - Entertainment Weekly
'Feels like sitting next to a very funny group of people at a bar, who you're secretly more entertained by than the friend you're with... Like 'Inside Amy Schumer,' 'Lady to Lady' approaches the female experience with equal parts glee and cynicism, appealing to any gender without being particularly worried about it.'
'One of the most fun hangouts in podcasting... Infectious.' -Paste Magazine