St. Lenox is an American indie pop outfit from Columbus, Ohio, United States, helmed by Andrew Choi.
May 13, 2021
Musical guest St. Lenox joins improvisers Toni Charline and Eugene Cordero for this week’s improv4humans with Matt Besser! St. Lenox performs songs that inspire scenes about discovering the afterlife at a party, a eulogy for a specimen, cooking at Bed Bath & Beyond, breakup dessert, and much more.
December 26, 2018
Enjoy volume 5 of improv4humans with Matt Besser’s best of music scenes, featuring music from Noah Gundersen, Colleen Green, Michael Dean Damron, St. Lenox, Ben Lee, Pedro The Lion, Sarah Shook, The Milk Carton Kids, Murder By Death, and Hop Along. Their music inspires scenes about inappropriate displays of grief, faking an adult epiphany, a homesick space colonist and much more. Be a good humon, and support these musicians by purchasing music off their websites.
This episode is sponsored by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com/IMPROV code: IMPROV).
May 2, 2018
Musical guest St. Lenox joins improvisers Paul F. Tompkins, Seth Morris, and Janet Varney for this week’s improv4humans! St. Lenox plays a selection of songs that inspire scenes about a jingle karaoke bar, the ghosts of deceased authors, and law students with big dreams. Plus, they’ll visit a highly advanced kindergarten before following Janet through her high school reunion.
March 29, 2018
Scott Aukerman, Horatio Sanz, Jessica McKenna, Zach Reino, Craig Rowin, Mookie Blaiklock, Peter Hulne, St. Lenox, Laura Willcox, Don Fanelli, Brett Morris, James Adomian, and Betsy Sodaro join Matt Besser for LIVE Sing A Long experiments from UCB Sunset’s Inner Sanctum and SXSW! They get the audience grooving with songs by The Band, Radiohead, Johnny Cash, Foo Fighters, The Smiths, Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, Tom Petty and many more. Using lyrics as inspiration, they perform scenes about a support group for kissing addicts, a rock & roll musician who appreciates the hotel experience, and a farmer who cultivates organic dirt. Plus, we meet bar patrons who bond while waiting to fight and a priest who can’t give his sermon because of the holes in his socks.