About You're Welcome

Like most brilliant ideas, this show was started over a molotov concoction of alcohol and various illicit substances. Zoe had given up on her life long dream, of being the female Howard Stern years before and one fateful night with a bottle of red wine under her belt she vowed to try again. Armed with all the recording equipment her boyfriend Jimmy loaned her they set out on the streets of NYC armed with a folding table, a couple lawn chairs, and a foam board sign that read "Free Sex Advice." One by one strangers stopped what they were doing and sat down to talk to them about their lives. 

I'd like to take this moment to thank you for coming to our site and leave you with the eternal words of Oscar Wilde:

"I was under the impression that inordinate joviality can atone for an entire lack of class"


When Zoe's Pre K teacher told her parents that she had the “best negative leadership qualities she had ever seen in 20 years of teaching," her family knew they were in trouble. For the Last three decades hurricane Zoe has swept through the lands, causing laughter and chaos in their wake. She lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, surrounded by trees and fireflies.


For the first half of it’s life, You’re Welcome was recorded and edited by Jimmy Vallance, half of the Bob Moses Duo. Hailing from the cold snowy tundras of Canada, Jimmy mastered the art of recording, wrapping cables and setting up audio equipment from an early age. His knowledge of manipulating and mastering sound can only be matched by his fine taste in whiskey, maple syrup and hockey teams. His ability to edit each episode without shedding a single teardrop made him an essential part of the "you're welcome" team.

He left You’re Welcome in search of higher pastures, in the form of fulfilling his dreams of playing venues in front of screaming fans all over the world, and we wish him nothing but unending success in his new rockstar life.

 Check out all their music here @the-bob-moses

ABOUT EMILY Brodtman Armstrong

Taking the reigns over from Jimmy, Zoe found Emily on Fiverr, when she was so broke she couldn’t figure out how to possibly edit another episode. Like Magic, Zoe saw Emily’s profile, and snatched up this rare brand new talent who was fresh out of Audio Engineering school. Together Emily and Zoe have tackled endless topics, from dragon butt plugs to psychedelic tree bark, always using humor as their guiding light. Zoe is grateful to Emily because of her unending patience, tireless attention to detail and ability to understand Zoe’s crazy ways of editing. THANK YOU EMILY.