A rambling, at times discursive storyteller, Huff does have an overarching point to make in a show that sees him riffing erratically between oddball figures in American history, the current political climate, plus his own family, and it’s a thoughtful one.
He employs humour effectively to entertain when not having to open hatred-filled minds.
Maybe it’s his Kentucky accent or self-deprecating humour; maybe it’s his disclaimer at the very start that this show wasn’t intended for Fringe. It was written to open minds on a comedy circuit through the Deep South for “all the rednecks.”
Check out Randy Clark’s review from Stewart Huff’s new show, “Sense Ain’t Common” at the IndyFringe Festival in 2017 Sense Ain’t Common and this Show Ain’t Either
“It’s socially conscious comedy with a heart” “Huff is tilting at big windmills — banks, corporations, government, and the ignorance and hatred of individuals are all in his sights.” Check out the full article from CBC News, HERE.
The Orlando Sentinel Review of the American Heretics at the Orlando Fringe Festival. Huff began the show reading from a notebook of provocative thoughts he has collected from strangers willing to answer one probing question: “Do human beings have a soul?” The responses included this gem from an old guy at a gas pump …
Check out this article from the Park Record in Utah, about being on the road and making mistakes along his career.
Stewart Huff, Tom Simmons and Cliff Cash talk about the importance of bringing issues and ideas to the stage and about the Sick of Stupid Tour!
Stewart’s show receives a 5-star review at his debut in the Edmonton Fringe Festival! The greatest fear in covering a Fringe Festival is going too hard early on and being too generous in your rankings. But there is no doubt that Stewart Huff deserves all five stars for his standup show Donating Sperm to …
Stewart and Krish discuss how we should be respecting people’s belief systems and the future of mankind! Check it out!
Check out this review from Stewart Huff’s 2016 show “Sense Ain’t Common” at the Orlando Fringe Festival. He won the Critics Choice for Best Comedy there!
Sick of Stupid breaks Southern stereotypes in Durham! Sending out an SOS in Wilmington NC! Port City Daily talks about the new brand of Southern Comedy! Asheville brings intelligent Southern Comedy to the mountains! A new brand of Southern comedy comes to Nashville at Zanies! Enough with the Redneck jokes!
Stewart Talks about Life on the Road on Kentucky Sports Radio!
Stewart Huff mines comedy from research and facts in Greenville.
Erik Deckers reviews Stewart’s IndyFringe ’15 show and the material in progress.
“I end up pissing off a lot of rednecks.” -Huff Stewart talks about going up to combative crowds and why he does Philosophy Comedy in the Pittsburgh City Paper.
Stewart talks about performing thought provoking comedy on WNUC in Chapel Hill.
Linda Sickler of Savannah Now interviewed Stewart about his show at the Bay St. Theater.
Ron Placone talks to Stewart Huff. The phrase Stand-Up Philosopher is one I’ve heard thrown about somewhat regularly. I’ve always found it to be a goofy phrase, kind of pretentious and pointless. However, if ever there was one person that was actually deserving of that accolade, at least that I’ve ever met, it’s Stewart Huff. …
Stewart talks to Jesse Betend and discusses some new ones as well as those found on his most recent album, Stewart Huff, Probably!
Stewart talks to Matt Shore about life on the road and working on his new hour.
Randy Clark talks to Stewart about performing in small venues and his show.
Stewart gives you the insights about how and why he travels by car to his gigs.
Stewart Huff was featured on Indiana’s NPR station with Annie Corrigan.
The article about Stewart Huff by Katherine Coplen for Nuvo