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A few months after relocating from LA to Austin, podcast sensation and UFC commentator Joe Rogan has received a maskless in-person welcome from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.

A photo op tweeted out Thursday by Abbott features the pair posing both sans masks and without observing social distancing recommendations. It seems like an in-character move for Rogan, who's downplayed the coronavirus on his podcast and this summer declared wearing a mask is "for bitches" in an apparent attempt to get a rise out of comedian Bill Burr.

It's a little more unusual, though, to see Abbott without a face covering. The Republican governor has worn them during public events amid the pandemic — even though it took months of urging from officials in COVID-ravaged cities before he finally issued a statewide mask mandate.

Seeing Rogan without a mask also seems a little odd given his recent close scrape with the coronavirus. Last month, he had to shut down his show after producer Jamie Vernon tested positive for COVID-19. Rogan has since resumed his podcasts and Vernon has reportedly recovered.

But, hey, folks in show business love to show off their mugs. Apparently that applies both to podcasters and politicians.

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“Jamie, pull that up”

– The magic phrase of the Joe Rogan Experience.

Long before deep neural networks; better than Elon Musk’s AI; more powerful than Siri: Young Jamie is the brains of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast. Going by his real name, Jamie Vernon, he has been part of team Joe Rogan since 2013. Being the tech wiz of the show, Jamie remains largely in the background. For that reason, many JRE fans keep wondering about who Young Jamie really is.

Read on to find out about the contentious circumstances under which Jamie started his work; how he massively boosted the podcast’s popularity; how much Jamie talks per episode; and more…

Who is Young Jamie?

Long before Young Jamie was Young Jamie, well… he was an even younger Jamie, I suppose.

Born and raised in Ohio, he develops an interest in music early on. In high school his two big hobbies are basketball and bass guitar in a heavy metal band. As the band starts to become known locally, Jamie and his band got to play their biggest gig, opening for the progressive hard rock band Mudvayne. It was at this point that Jamie and his band had to decide whether they want to fully pursue their dream of becoming pros, or leave it be. Being asked in an interview if they were good enough, Jamie snickers: ‘I did think…now I laugh’.

Despite gaining local fame, Jamie decides to leave the band and get into audio recording as a way of staying closing to the band and to music. He goes on to do a 1 year audio engineering course at Ohio State, thinking he would later work for a big recording studio.

As we all know, it didn’t quite work out like that…

The origin story of Young Jamie on the JRE

When exactly Jamie started working on the show isn’t entirely clear. It all began during the early years of the Joe Rogan Experience. The podcast was starting to take off and had just won “Best Comedy Podcast of 2012” by iTunes. But below the surface things weren’t as happy as you might think…

Producer (and pretty much co-founder) of the JRE, Brian Redban, was bickering more and more with Joe Rogan on the podcast. What started as a comedic element of the show, started to visibly upset both comedians. Adding to the problems were Brian’s lack of technical know-how and the increasing workload imposed by Joe.

Possibly the first time Jamie is mentioned on the
podcast, making a mistake “like Brian”.

If Brian was fired by Joe is unknown. All we know is that around episode #400 Brian was less and less listed as a producer, but started appearing as a guest. Around the same time, Joe mentioned working with two producers – Brian and Jamie. Over the following weeks and months, Brian lost more of his standing, while Jamie took over most of the producing. The circumstances under which Brian left the JRE remain heavily debated by fans.

Conspiracy theories, rumoured to be started by none other than Alex Jones, allege that Young Jamie actually is a clone of Brian Redban, who got injected with AlphaBrain while still in his Petri dish.

Young Jamie on the Joe Rogan Experience

Jamie is the absolute tech-wiz on the show. Be it audio, video or photography – he’s got you covered.

Although Jamie is mostly busy with getting the perfect audio and video, he sometimes joins the discussion, engages with guests while Joe is peeing, or makes snide remarks. Considering what happened to chatty Brian, Jamie is probably best-advised to keep a low profile. If you needed more evidence for this, have a look at Joe’s stare of death directed at Jamie .

You goofed up, Jamie…

As part of our analysis of ‘Who talks more? Joe or his guests’, not only did we find out that he listens most to scientists (and the least to Brian Redban); we also found out that Jamie talks on average 2% of an episode, which equals 3 minutes.

To the fans of the Joe Rogan Experience, Jamie remains the hypebeast/google god that can pull up anything from the deep webs His biggest achievement to this day still is keeping up with Alex Jones on JRE #1234 Alex Jones Returns!

At this point Jamie has absolutely embraced the meme of himself as the quickest googler in the West.


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How much does Joe pay Young Jamie?

It’s impossible to say how much Young Jamie is being paid for a gig many JRE fans would do for free. Considering that Senior Audio Engineers at companies like Apple or Amazon make up to $80K/year (according to glassdoor.com), it’s fair to assume that Jamie will be paid between $100K-$150K/year when factoring in the unique position he has. Surely, as the podcast continues to grow and Jamie continues to establish his own brand, his salary will be adjusted.

On top of his base salary, not many people know that Young Jamie sells merch in the form of apparel and photography. His ‘deaf Jack Russel’ T-shirt was inspired by the hilarious Theo Von talking about conspiracy aficionado Eddie Bravo, who of course is a believer in the flat earth conspiracy.

Jamie’s access to a wide range of concerts and comedy shows produced some truly stunning photos. In an interview from a while back, he did however mention his concerns of profiting from these celebrity photos. As of now, the rights to these pictures can’t be bought.

Overall, Jamie genuinely seems like the nicest guy, who found that great job we’re all looking for. Although some listeners still miss Brian Redban’s humour, literally everybody is a Jamie fan.

Young Jamie tests positive for Covid-19

On 19/10/2020 Joe Rogan announced that Young Jamie tested positive for Covid-19. On the bright side, there are some previously recorded episodes, which will still be released. But no new recordings will be done until Young Jamie gets the go-ahead from his doctor. This means that all future episodes have been cancelled, and will most likely not resume before late next week.

At the beginning of the pandemic, speculated how Covid might affect the guests’ ability to come on the show, and how episodes might be delayed. Over the course of the year, Joe’s stance on the pandemic has changed a lo: He’s gone from defiance to now safety, which you’ll have to give him credit for.

In his recent instagram post, Joe updated his fans that Jamie felt “shit for a day”, but over the course of 3-4 he got back to “90ish percent”.

“We’re happy he has a mild case, but we cancelled all the shows.”

Joe Rogan on Young Jamie’s Covid-19 infection

Did Jamie miss Kanye?

For Young Jamie this infection couldn’t have come at a worse time. As a proclaimed Yeezy fan (that’s Kanye West), Jamie must have been thrilled to meet the man, who seemed like a certain guest on the show this week. It would’ve been great to potentially hear him and Kanye discuss all things sneakers, fashion and music.

Judging from the video feed of the Kanye episode, Jamie did indeed not meet his idol. Surely, this means Kanye has to come back on?

Jamie recovered

After 5 days of negative tests, we’re happy to report that Jamie is back to full health. And what a first to be back at work…fact-checking the one and only Alex Jones.

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How much does Joe Rogan pay Young Jamie?

“Jamie is like half of my memory now.” -Joe Rogan

Young Jamie has the best job in the world, working in L.A., and now Austin, Texas, helping Joe Rogan day in and day out, meeting awesome guests like Elon Musk, Kanye West, and Jocko Willink.

His job is one that so many Rogan fans would happily do for free. But then I got to thinking, we know so much about Rogan but who exactly is Young Jamie?

One could definitely make the argument that Young Jamie has been a critical component to the success and wild growth of the JRE podcast. After he took over for Brian Redban, the podcast’s production was quickly upgraded in professionalization and expanded to YouTube.

Rogan has become increasingly dependent on Young Jamie over the years. So much so, that he said in JRE #1578 with Richard Rawlings, “I need him in real life. There’s times in real life that I turn and oh (realize) that ‘Jamie is not here.’

Although fans love to wildly speculate on Reddit forums, nobody actually knows how much Young Jamie earns except for him and Joe Rogan. The answer is a lot of money, for these simple reasons:

  • Base salary of JRE podcast
  • YouTube Revenue of JRE clips
  • Wild Growth of JRE podcast
  • New Spotify deal
  • Rogan is a generous guy
  • Jamie sells merchandise

“He was discovered after placing 37th in a googling competition and was willing to be paid in elk jerky and expired alpha brain.”

-Reddit poster guessing Young Jamie’s compensation

Young Jamie began the YouTube era of Rogan’s podcast, which substantially increased earning potential. He also started the snippet channel JRE clips which has 1000’s of videos, with many of them reaching millions of views.

See also: Do Joe Rogan Guests Get Paid?

Jamie started working on the podcast in 2013 as an assistant to help producer and co-host Brian Redban with the workload.

Redban had been the sole producer of the podcast since the beginning. When Rogan wanted to start doing more podcasts but was limited to working around Redban’s schedule, he hired Young Jamie as an assistant producer.

It wasn’t long after Jamie was hired that Redban left the position as producer and went on to other things. Rogan and Redban are still friends and he now comes on the podcast as a guest.

Young Jamie’s Education

Born and raised in Ohio, Young Jamie’s LinkedIn indicates he went to Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. The university specializes in audio, video, design and computer animation degrees.

On the JRE #1578, Rogan said that what muscle cars are to him, sneakers are to Young Jamie.

One of his favorite brands are Yeezy’s, which are created from a partnership between Kanye West and Adidas. Interestingly, Kanye came onto the JRE podcast in episode #1554.

Rogan mentioned on JRE #1129 with Tom Papa, “I judge people that wear Yeezy’s”. Although he was just poking fun, Rogan disclosed that Young Jamie had actually gifted him a pair but he refused to wear them.

Young Jamie’s Instagram description indicates that he is a partner for Twitch, a video livestreaming service.

And in his free time, Young Jamie enjoys playing video games Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, Fortnite, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. On his YouTube channel, he posted several videos of him battling it out online.

See also: 20 Instagrams That Joe Rogan Thinks You Should Follow

On top of what he makes from the podcast, Jamie has created his own little niche following. He sells his brand apparel on youngjamie.com. On there, he has awesome shirts and hoodies saying, ‘Powerful’, ‘Round Earth Shill’, ‘Pull That Shit Up’, and ‘YNG JME’.

His photography website has some stunning photos of concerts, comedy clubs, and street shots. And you can even book Young Jamie for a photo-shoot.

  • Jamie is an Ohio State Buckeyes fan.
  • Jamie owns a Super Nintendo and suggested that he would live stream gameplay on Twitch.
  • Jamie enjoys playing golf when he’s not podcasting.
  • Jamie is a fan of the band Tool.
  • Jamie can play the guitar and has a Fender Stratocaster.
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Joe Rogan Ponders Move to Texas, Calls Bryan Callen

Joe Rogan Shows First Picture of His ‘Joe Rogan Experience’ Podcast Studio in Texas


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Commentator Joe Rogan speaks during weigh-ins for UFC 200 at T-Mobile Arena on July 8, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Podcaster and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan is seemingly making good on his claim of moving from Los Angeles to Texas as he shared a picture of his new podcast studio being built in the state. For months, Rogan has spoken about moving to The Lonestar Star. During episode No. 1514 of the UFC commentator’s Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Rogan told Spartan Race CEO Joe De Sena that he wanted to leave Los Angeles for more freedom.

Rogan said, “I’m going to go to Texas. I just want to go somewhere in the center of the country, somewhere where it’s easy to travel to both places and somewhere where you have a little bit more freedom.”

On Saturday, Rogan shared the first picture of his Texas studio, which is currently under construction. The podcaster has still not revealed where in Texas he is moving, but some have speculated somewhere in Austin as that is where the headquarters of Rogan’s Onnit company resides.

In the caption of the Instagram post, Rogan wrote: “Texas JRE studio set up has begun!” See below:

In the podcast with De Sena, Rogan confirmed that his longtime podcast producer, Jamie Vernon, was planning on moving to Texas with him. It’s unclear when Rogan will officially move to Texas, and if he will split his time between the two studios. Rogan’s work as a UFC color commentator should not be affected as he typically travels around the country to cover pay-per-view events anyway.

READ NEXT: Joe Rogan Stuns Followers With ‘Satanic’ Filtered Photo of Himself: ‘This IS ME’


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Podcaster and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan is seemingly making good on his claim of moving from Los Angeles to Texas as he shared a picture of his new podcast studio being built in the state. For months, Rogan has spoken about moving to The Lonestar Star. During episode No. 1514 of the UFC commentator’s Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Rogan told Spartan Race CEO Joe De Sena that he wanted to leave Los Angeles for more freedom.

Rogan said, “I’m going to go to Texas. I just want to go somewhere in the center of the country, somewhere where it’s easy to travel to both places and somewhere where you have a little bit more freedom.”

On Saturday, Rogan shared the first picture of his Texas studio, which is currently under construction. The podcaster has still not revealed where in Texas he is moving, but some have speculated somewhere in Austin as that is where the headquarters of Rogan’s Onnit company resides.

In the caption of the Instagram post, Rogan wrote: “Texas JRE studio set up has begun!” See below:

In the podcast with De Sena, Rogan confirmed that his longtime podcast producer, Jamie Vernon, was planning on moving to Texas with him. It’s unclear when Rogan will officially move to Texas, and if he will split his time between the two studios. Rogan’s work as a UFC color commentator should not be affected as he typically travels around the country to cover pay-per-view events anyway.


Rogan Hinted at Austin Being His Potential New Home During a June Podcast

In June, during episode. No. 1486 of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Rogan hinted at Austin being his potential new home while speaking with Suzanne Santo and Ben Jaffe of the California band Honey Honey.

Many of Rogan’s podcast guests, including comedians, actors and athletes, are from the Los Angeles area, making the location of his current podcast studio seemingly ideal. However, the host is not too concerned about relocating.

“There’s always air travel,” Rogan said (transcribed by Dexerto). “Listen my thoughts about Austin, if I do move there, I’m just going to fly people in, I’ll fly anybody in.”

READ NEXT: Joe Rogan Stuns Followers With ‘Satanic’ Filtered Photo of Himself: ‘This IS ME’


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