Sports talk radio has been turned on its ear with the launch of the "The Artie Lange Show," a manic, late-night look at the world of sports and entertainment from the perspective of a fan, who also happens to be a hilarious stand-up comedian. The nationally syndicated radio show is hosted by Artie Lange, best known for his work on the comedy sketch series MADtv and The Howard Stern Show. Listeners of "The Artie Lange Show" are treated to a totally different type of sports show. Instead of the usual commentary from former players, coaches, and slick sports broadcasters so common on sports talk radio, fans get an earful of the most outrageous observational humor to be found anywhere on the radio.
In addition to his stints on The Howard Stern Show and MADtv, Artie Lange has released recordings of comedy performances -- It's the Whiskey Talkin' (2004) and Jack and Coke (2009). He co-wrote, produced and starred in his film Artie Lange's Beer League in 2006, and published his book Too Fat to Fish in 2008, which entered The New York Times Best Seller list at number one.
"The Artie Lange Show" airs Monday through Friday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. ET and is streamed live on the show's website, ArtieLangeShow.com
Check out past Artie Shows here.