Like many comics, Amy Schumer's first national exposure was on "Last Comic Standing." But in the years since, Schumer's salty, candid style of stand-up comedy has attracted attention from TV and club audiences across the country.
You may recognize Schumer from her "Comedy Central Presents" half-hour special, her sets on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and "Ellen," or her multiple radio appearances on SiriusXM and "Opie And Anthony." Since last year, she has worked at Fuse TV, co-hosting "Hoppus On Music" with Blink-182's Mark Hoppus.
We caught up with the busy comedian last week at South By Southwest, where she talked to us about her favorite music, hooking up with fans, and her most memorable drug experience at a festival (the jug band in the background is an added bonus).