The CrabFeast is hosted by comedians Ryan Sickler and Jay Larson. The show focuses on storytelling with new episodes every Toozdee. They’ve appeared on multiple tv shows and were finalists in the 2013 Stitcher Awards for Best Comedy Podcast.
The chemistry between Ryan and Jay enables them to take the conversation anywhere, often making light of some heavier subjects. They make their guests feel like family and their listeners feel like they’re sitting around sharing stories with old friends.
Ryan Sickler is a standup comedian, engaging storyteller, award winning producer and host of The CrabFeast podcast. Inspired by his Maryland roots, The CrabFeast is rated a top podcast at All Things Comedy, consistently in the top of the charts on iTunes and was a finalist in the Stitcher awards for Best Comedy Podcast. The CrabFeast celebrates the things Ryan loves most – family, friends and comedy.
Appearances on The Joe Rogan Experience, Comedy Central’s This is Not Happening, Viceland’s Party Legends and co-hosting The CrabFeast podcast for the past 7 years, have cemented Ryan Sickler as one of comedy’s premier storytellers. Additional TV appearances include CBS The Late Late Show, Comedy Central’s This is Not Happening, Tosh.O and Live At Gotham. Ryan is also an informed sports fan and appeared as a regular on Fox Sports.
Ryan is the Supervising Producer on Season 2 of Kevin Hart’s award-winning Donald Mac series and the Co-Executive Producer of the new E! Series The Funny Dance Show. He was the Senior Producer on the Comedy Central Series The Comedy Jam.
Check him out at: http://ryansickler.com/
Jay’s style is completely original and his ability to connect to an audience through storytelling is unmatched. His “Wrong Number” story went viral after climbing to #1 on Reddit and was also featured on “This American Life” with Ira Glass claiming, “Perfect Comedy, Perfect Storytelling…” And with appearances on Comedy Centrals’ “The Meltdown, “This is Not Happening”, @Midnight, his own Half Hour special, a handful of Late Night appearances including Conan four times it’s hard to miss him. But if you did you can always pick up one of his albums “Self Diagnosed” (2011), “Human Math” (2016), and “Me Being Me” (2017).
Check him out at: www.jaylarsoncomedy.com
Enjoy The Feast!