COMEDIAN Cliff Cash sits down with Jason, Mid-quarantine, at a safe distance, on this very special episode of Learning To Fail. Cliff just released his first comedy album, "Half Way There," available on iTunes, and wherever you get music.
Cliff Cash is the funniest guy you haven’t heard of (yet). Kevin Nealon called him a mix between Rory Scovel and Bill Hicks. Kristine Levine of Portlandia called his set “Chef’s kiss perfect”.
His style of comedy has been called “more than just funny” and said to “embody the new south”. A south yearning to be seen as more than camouflage and racism, a generation of young Americans bucking the often archaic values and dogma they were raised on. His brand of humor fearlessly tackles subjects of racism, homophobia, greed, war, loss, death, divorce and the danger of ignorance in pop culture and music. One moment he’s using a satirical uber conservative redneck character to illuminate the fallacies of the far right talking points. The next moment he cleverly dissects some of today’s most absurd rap lyrics. Cash remains dynamic and unique from the time he steps on stage until he says goodnight.