The Sync Report | EP 2 Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling

Episode 2,  Nov 25, 2021, 08:00 AM

2 Sense Music presents The Sync Report, with this week’s special guest, stand-up comedian and writer Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling.

Welcome to Episode 2 of The Sync Report Podcast with this week's guest Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling.

2 Sense  Music presents The Sync Report, where weekly you will meet industry experts and top level songwriters as we pull the curtain back on music placement and scores. Building vital relationships and providing real opportunities to our listeners. Listen to indie filmmakers present their latest productions and describe specific scenes as they consider music submitted by our audience.  Hosted by music supervisor and former Sony Epic executive Jason P. Rothberg along with his co host, the Godmother of Indie Films, Rose Ganguzza.

Jackie Martling is a stand-up comedian, writer, radio personality, author and actor.  In 1979, to help promote the fledgling comedy shows he was producing, he created a "dial-a-joke" telephone line in his parents' attic, "Use Your Finger! (516) 922-WINE." A big break for Jackie was when the top Los Angeles drive-time radio show, The Rick Dees Show, discovered the line and hired Jackie to star in his own designated joke segment. It was then that Rick Dees gave Martling his nickname, "The Joke Man." Jackie is best known for his eighteen years as head writer and a cast member on the Howard Stern Show. A comedy headliner since 1979, he has released three comedy lp’s, six 78-minute dirty joke CDs, three videos, a DVD (A Safe Distance from Genius), six joke books including 1998's best-selling Simon & Schuster title, Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling's Disgustingly Dirty Joke Book and the iPhone app The Jackie Button.  Martling appeared as himself in the comedy documentary The Aristocrats and the comedy film Comedy’s Dirtiest Dozen. He has been featured in many films, including Mail Order Bride, Venus & Vegas, White Irish Drinkers and Send No Flowers. Martling released his first music album, Happy Endings, in 2007, co-produced by guitarist Frank Vignola. In 2010, Martling wrote and performed a one-man show that ran in New York City titled JokeLand on Broadway. His autobiography “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern,” was published in 2017. Jackie still performs all over .. his shows are always listed on his web site, .

Music from our featured artists for this episode:

1. Can’t Keep Me Down (Instrumental) by: London Woolf 
2. Bad Ones (Instrumental) by: JjM
3. Starlet (Instrumental) by: Lisa Danaë
4. Let The Rain Fall Down (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling 
5. I Like It Hot (Instrumental) by: Primah 
6. Butch’s Song (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling 
7. Le Te Da (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling 
8. Would it Help (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling 
9. Joggin’ (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling 
10. Valley Of Snow (Piano Version) (Instrumental) by: Daniel J. Stimac
11. Keep It Cool (Instrumental) by: Tye Ellen
12. Brighter Dayz (Instrumental)  by Carlene Lawrence 

Music is the difference between a good film and a great one. 

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Find out more from this week’s guest host, Jackie Martling.

Jackie tweets a joke every day on Twitter at 4:20 PM EST International Marijuana Time .. @jackiemartling

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