That Never Fit
For those that don’t know you, Josh Lathe, tell everyone about yourselves and your comedy.
My name is Josh Lathe. I have been doing stand-up comedy for about 5 years. I’m born and raised in Oklahoma.
What were some of the main inspirations for the comedy album?
[pullquote-right]The running theme of the CD is not fitting in with things. Whether those things are stereotypes, friend groups, or poorly made coats.[/pullquote-right]I guess I just really needed to get this material off of my chest. I tell stories and jokes about the people in my life and how I think about things. The running theme of the CD is not fitting in with things. Whether those things are stereotypes, friend groups, or poorly made coats.
What was the greatest challenge in making the album?
The greatest challenge was just getting it done. Everything was done with local talent and local support, and I wouldn’t have had it any other way. So many people worked hard to make this possible: James Ngheim at Robot Saves City, Colin Grizzle, Brett James, Madison Allen, The Paramount OKC, and Sofia Esteve who did the amazing art.
Why the name, That Never Fit?
That Never Fit is the punchline to one of the jokes, and really just explains how I feel in most social situations, which is slightly uncomfortable.
Where was the album recorded?
The album was recorded at The Paramount OKC. It is an amazing independent theater, and they support so much amazing local comedy like Bad Pilot Night and the wonderful Golden Hour.
Anything else you want to say?
[pullquote-right]I want to encourage people to get out and support the amazing local comedy in OKC.[/pullquote-right]YES! I want to encourage people to get out and support the amazing local comedy in OKC. Also, please go to robotsavescity.com to buy the album. All the profit from the first 30 days of sales go to the Epilepsy Foundation of America.