Entries by Lenny Paul

Says You! Ticket Update!

The SEATTLE shows scheduled to take place on Friday, April 5, and Saturday, April 6, in Town Hall Seattle have moved to a new theater. Town Hall Seattle (on 8thand Seneca) is undergoing extensive rehabilitation and renovation that we are sad to say will not be completed in time to host Says You! With the […]

A New Show This Week!

Join us for another new show.  Before the snow mounts and melts away again, we continue to make merry.  Alisa Amador provides the rhythm to our brand of rhyme. And, we’ll be disappointed if we don’t hear from all you lyric buffs on Round 5.    #walnuthill125

Introducing Alisa Amador

Once a student of Laura Sher’s, now a self-possessed young lady and mellifluent musician – Says You! is pleased to introduce our listeners to Alisa Amador. If you loved her performance on our shows, listen to all of Alisa’s music on Spotify, Facebook, and Bandcamp!

New Shows from where the Buffalo Roam

  This week we aired our last of four brand new episodes from our first trip to Montana. Catch up or listen again with our podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play Podcasts, Stitcher, and just about everywhere else podcasts are found (even on the Pandora mobile app! Just look for us in ‘Comedy’). This […]

Did I miss something?

Gary from Littleton, CO, and a loyal listener of KQED, wrote us about a bonus question: Back in February 2018 I attended a taping in Palo Alto, CA. One of the rounds had the following songs as answers: I Heard It Through The Grapevine Respect Good Vibrations Like A Rolling Stone Little Old Lady From Pasadena Glad […]

Says You! takes the tense out of the present 

For those in your life with the gift of gab Nothing is better than a book filled with questions from our radio-lab Simply sit back and celebrate we ship priority so those books won’t be late If you’ve already purchased Volumes 1 & 2 – the quips and scripts of Says You! There’s plenty more […]

Minding our -Kees and -Ques

Chris from Monroe, WI, listens to our podcast and hits us with some local knowledge: I was listening to the show this morning and there was a question about Waunakee being the only Waunakee in the world because the one in New Jersey – Wanaque – is spelled differently. I now live in Wisconsin, but […]

Snookered Again?

In a recent rebroadcast, a definition caught the attention of Kqed listener Michelle of Hayward, CA: I am writing in the hopes of getting a bit more information on a word that was defined on your “A Fall Festival of Gerunds” episode. In this episode, during the “Bluff” segment of the show, the panelists were […]