The Process with Steve Treviño
Summary: Join Comedian Steve Treviño as he tours the country talking to other comedians, talent bookers, club owners, about the good times, the bad times, the laughs, the struggles, and the ongoing process of becoming a great standup comedian.
Guest's Javi Luna and Jacob Rodriguez talk with Steve about starting comedy later in life and finding your niche.
Steve relives drunken stories with old friend and comedian from Corpus Christi, Texas, Jacob Rodriguez
Darren and Steve talk about his journey in comedy.
Jen Murphy chats with Steve's about the journey of being a female comic in a male dominated industry.
Steve and KT Tatara reconnect in Las Vegas while performing at the Brad Garret Comedy club. The two reminisce about performing at New Faces at the Montreal Comedy Festival.
Following up last week's road trip with new comic Frank Castillo. It is confirmed that it was the best weekend of his life.
Steve takes a new guy on the road along with Kyle Ray and they go camping instead of staying in a hotel. The guys discuss the natural progression of getting on the road as a comic. It turns out to be the best day of new comic Frank Castillo's life
On this episode Steve talks with young comedian Ari Mannis about what it takes to become a comedian. Ari talks about his time in military school and how it’s similar to comedy.
This episode got a little deep on a late-night drive back from Rooster T. Feathers with Jesus Trejo. It gets so deep that Jesus doesn't want to comment. My friend showed me a song by Aaron Watson called Fence Post and it really resonated with me and gave me tons to talk about. I break down the song and how I feel about the industry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbMxzuFu7sE
Steve talks shop with Kyle Ray and Steven Garza on the way to shows in Carlsbad, NM
This week, Steve, Kyle, and Jesus talk about the importance of being "there" and being ready for every opportunity.
Steve talks with Kyle about the importance of putting together a comedy set.
Steve is back with THE PROCESS as he breaks down comedy and the business with Jesus Trejo, Billy Bonnell and non-comedian/good friend Mark Sandoval.
Steve talks about how TV isn't the best medium for comedy anymore.
Steve sits down for some pizza with Kyle Ray and Jesus to chat about the industry.