The Laugh Button Podcast #19: Dining with Jen Kirkman (and we feel fine)
Mark and Matt have some big Laugh Button news this week as we’re going on tour this summer. We then meet up with comedian Jen Kirkman to catch a bite to eat and talk about her new Netflix special, I’m Going To Die Alone (And I Feel Fine). New episodes of The Laugh Button Podcast [&hellip... [Read More]
 
Vans Warped Tour and Warped Comedy Tent creator Kevin Lyman: The Laugh Button Interview
Just off celebrating the 20th anniversary of its existence, the Vans Warped Tour welcomes a new addition to its scene. Comedy. This year will mark the start of a new tradition with the 2015 Vans Warped Tour Comedy Tent and we are psyched to be the official sponsor for its en... [Read More]
 
Jen Kirkman doesn’t want your marriage or your kids on her latest special, I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine)
Jen Kirkman’s new Netflix special, I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine), is bookended by sketches in which she has conversations with people whom she has little to nothing in common with. At the beginning of the special, the interaction is with an overly permissive mom and her drooling,... [Read More]
 
The Laugh Button joins the Vans Warped Tour as the official sponsor of the inaugural comedy tent
2015 marks the start of a new tradition on the Vans Warped Tour which recently celebrated it’s 20th anniversary. The Laugh Button is psyched to announce that we are the official sponsor of the inaugural Warped Comedy Tent and will be bringing comedy to the Warped Tour all summer long. Com... [Read More]
 
It Won’t Always Be This Great and Seinfeld writer Peter Mehlman: The Laugh Button Interview
Peter Mehlman became a writer for the Washington Post after college. He then found his way into television in 1982 working on SportsBeat with Howard Cosell. From 1985-90 he wrote for The New York Times Magazine, GQ and Esquire. Then it was time for the left coast. While out ... [Read More]
 
It Won’t Always Be This Great and Seinfeld writer Peter Mehlman: The Laugh Button Interview
Peter Mehlman became a writer for the Washington Post after college. He then found his way into television in 1982 working on SportsBeat with Howard Cosell. From 1985-90 he wrote for The New York Times Magazine, GQ and Esquire. Then it was time for the left coast. While out ... [Read More]
 
The Laugh Button Podcast #18: Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Sutton from The SDR Show
Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Sutton, co-hosts from The SDR Show just celebrated their one year of podcasting. They joined Mark and Matt to talk about their trip up until this point. As you’d imagine, it involves a lot of sex, drugs, and rock & roll. New episodes of The Laugh Button Podcast a... [Read More]
 
I Had To Follow That! Pete Lee has to take the stage after seeing literally the worst thing ever
Think about the worst thing ever… go ahead, we’ll give you a minute. Did you think of it? Well Pete Lee had to follow it. We asked him to tell us about the worst performance he ever had to take the stage after and, it’s pretty damn horrific a thing. Pete Lee being the eternally [&... [Read More]
 
John Leguizamo, Judah Friedlander, Robert Kelly, Lizz Winstead to perform at The Laugh Button Live! on May 30 at BookCon
The Laugh Button is returning to the stage live! After our incredibly successful live comedy show at SXSW in March, we got the bug to once again to host a live stand-up comedy show. We wanted to go big this time around (is there any other way?) so we teamed up with our friends at […] John Leg... [Read More]
 
Sean White laughs in the face of death on his debut album Dead & Gone (review)
Many comedians come to a point in their lives when they have to decide whether to relocate to New York or LA. The move is considered an inevitable and necessary step to advance their careers. While it’s not impossible to achieve big things in a smaller, secondary scene, it’s no... [Read More]