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Ralphie May and Lahna Turner Launching "The Perfect 10" Podcast Wednesday, August 1
Los Angeles, CA -- "The Perfect 10," a podcast starring comedians, as well as husband and wife Ralphie May and Lahna Turner, is premiering on Wednesday, August 1, 2012. The show will be available for download on iTunes and on their website, www.perfect10pod.com.
Since participating in the first season of NBC's "Last Comic Standing" in 2003, May has proven to be one of the most prolific and relentless comics in the business. He's produced four Comedy Central specials, "Ralphie May: Too Big To Ignore," (2012), "Ralphie May: Austintatious" (2008), "Ralphie May: Prime Cut" (2007), and "Ralphie May: Girth of a Nation" (2006), and continues to be one of the most beloved stand up acts in America.
Turner, May's wife of seven years and a fellow comedian, is known for her hilarious songs about taboo subjects such as sex, religion, and Helen Keller. The music from her two full-length albums, "If These Lips Could Talk" and "D!@k Jokes and Other Assorted Love Songs," has been played on Sirius Satellite Radio and National Lampoon's Top 40 comedy countdown. This year, she is making her film debut in the indie flick, "Teacher of the Year," and can be seen on an episode of "The Dog Whisperer" on August 18.
Turner and May are taking the chance to offer fans a rare glimpse into their private and professional lives like they never have before with "The Perfect 10." Listeners will be able to hear exclusive clips weekly from the couple that detail behind the scenes action at shows, life at home in Nashville and Los Angeles, and their rise to fame. The show, directed and produced by veteran podcaster and stand up comic Danny Lobell, features segments such as "The Redneck Report" and "Cooking with Porn Stars," as well as juicy tales from characters that the couple has met in their travels. "People always say that I make up the craziest stories," says May. "The truth is, they're not made up. The reason I can write so much is that I'm just reporting it. I just tell you what went down and how it happened." Turner adds, "On 'The Perfect 10,' we're going to find out why people are interesting. Everybody has a good story and we want to hear it." « less