|'The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast|
|Hosted by||Jason Klamm|
|Genre||Comedy, entertainment, talk|
|No. of episodes||319 (as of December 11, 2019)|
|Original release||February 6, 2011– present|
Comedy on Vinyl is a weekly podcast in which the host, comedian and actor Jason Klamm, discusses a favorite comedy album with that week's guest, usually someone from the world of comedy or entertainment.
In 2015, the podcast, along with guest Jeff Abraham, premiered a long-lost, in-studio (without audience) track about Paul Revere that Abraham discovered on an acetate at a rummage sale.
On December 27, 2018, the podcast released its first narrative-style episode, chronicling the host's search for, and discovery of, the true identity of comedian Dick Davy. In 2015, comedy historian Kliph Nesteroff introduced Klamm to Davy's work and revealed that Davy's true identity and backstory were unknown. Prior to this, Nesteroff had chronicled his interest in Davy on the blog at WFMU.
- "Lost Bob Newhart Routine Airs Publicly for the First Time - The Interrobang". The Interrobang. 2015-12-10. Retrieved 2017-10-06.
- "Episode 291 – Family Albums Episode 6 – Finding Dick Davy | The Comedy On Vinyl Podcast". Retrieved 2019-01-08.
- Klamm, Jason. "Episode 128 – Kliph Nesteroff on Dick Davy | The Comedy On Vinyl Podcast". Retrieved 2019-01-08.
- "You're a Long Way From Fame, Whitey! The Forgotten Dick Davy". WFMU's Beware of the Blog. Retrieved 2019-01-08.