Earthquake joins SiriusXM with daily talk show on Kevin Hart’s radio station

That Earthquake you heard today on the radio was all comedy.

Comedian Nathaniel “Earthquake” Stroman launched a new daily talk show today on SiriusXM’s Kevin Hart channel, aka Laugh Out Loud Radio. If you missed it today, you can catch Earthquake weekdays from 4 to 6 p.m. Eastern, 1 to 3 p.m Pacific, on SiriusXM Ch. 96.

Broadcast live from Los Angeles, Quake’s House will feature the comedian at his most authentic, and will also showcase regular friends of the show and recurring segments. In addition, Earthquake will talk with celebrity guests and some of the funniest emerging comics. From hilarious “Mancave” revelations to his on-air Fantasy Football updates to All Women Wednesdays, Quake’s signature humor will be on full display.

“His name is Earthquake for a reason,” said Jack Vaughn, SiriusXM’s Senior Vice President of Comedy Programming. “He’ll hold nothing back on his new SiriusXM show, talking directly with subscribers from his self-described ‘Mancave,’ as he continues to entertain millions with his refreshing take on life.”

“This is a perfect move for me,” said Earthquake. “The show will have awesome energy and will set the bar high for comedy. I’ve always had a great time at SiriusXM Radio and I’m glad to be back. I can’t wait to see the magic we make when this show takes on a life of its own.”

Sean L. McCarthy

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3 thoughts on “Earthquake joins SiriusXM with daily talk show on Kevin Hart’s radio station

  1. How can I get a transcript of Earthquakes show today. He spoke very eloquently about why he loves black women.

  2. the filler music get booty on the floor and 1oclock 2 oclock please tell me the artist and song titles

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