Episode 40 – Paul J. Williams, Comic, Discusses Role of Humor in Gay Community and Jeffrey Reid Baker Continues to Discuss History of Electronic Music (Part 2 of 2)

Paul J. Williams, comic, discusses role of humor in gay community, his relationship with Ambassador Nancy Brinker founder of Susan G. Koman Breast Cancer Foundation, his friendship with Mark Alan Smith and his character Nelda Pickens. Jeffrey Reid Baker discusses the history of electronic music and what to look for in a piano teacher.

 

Paul J. Williams

Paul J. Williams, Comic

 

Paul J. Williams as Nelda Pickens

Paul J. Williams as Nelda Pickens

 

Paul J. Williams with Lilly Tomlin

Paul J. Williams with Lilly Tomlin

 

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