Cool thing to buy this week: Adam Cayton-Holland “Performs His Signature Bits”
Adam Cayton-Holland is a Denver-based stand-up comedian who is also a co-founder of The Grawlix. Today he’s releasing his 3rd… MORE Cool thing to buy this week: Adam Cayton-Holland “Performs His Signature Bits” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Cool thing to buy this week: Adam Cayton-Holland “Performs His Signature Bits”
Adam Cayton-Holland is a Denver-based stand-up comedian who is also a co-founder of The Grawlix. Today he’s releasing his 3rd… MORE Cool thing to buy this week: Adam Cayton-Holland “Performs His Signature Bits” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Adam Cayton-Holland’s New Standup Album Is Out Next Month
Denver-based standup and Those Who Can’t co-creator/star Adam Cayton-Holland has a new album coming out next month. Titled Adam Cayton-Holland Performs His Signature Bits, the album was recorded at Union Hall in Brooklyn and will be released by Comedy Central Records on Friday, March 23rd. Her... [Read More]
Adam Cayton-Holland’s New Standup Album Is Out Next Month
Denver-based standup and Those Who Can’t co-creator/star Adam Cayton-Holland has a new album coming out next month. Titled Adam Cayton-Holland Performs His Signature Bits, the album was recorded at Union Hall in Brooklyn and will be released by Comedy Central Records on Friday, March 23rd. Her... [Read More]
The Great Bits: Paul F. Tompkins’s “Peanut Brittle”
Killing time before the show with my feature act, eating Subway in some comedy condo somewhere, we’d play each other the bits that impressed us the most. I always played “Peanut Brittle.” It comes from Paul F. Tompkins’s 2007 album Impersonal. I imagine he called it... [Read More]
The Great Bits: Paul F. Tompkins’s “Peanut Brittle”
Killing time before the show with my feature act, eating Subway in some comedy condo somewhere, we’d play each other the bits that impressed us the most. I always played “Peanut Brittle.” It comes from Paul F. Tompkins’s 2007 album Impersonal. I imagine he called it... [Read More]
The Great Bits: Patton Oswalt’s “Steak”
“That’s a great bit.” You’ll hear it every so often. A comedian walks off the stage to the back of the room. As the MC tells you the next performer was on Corden, another comic will lean in and say, in a somber voice, maybe even with a tint of jealousy, “That’s a ... [Read More]
Revisiting Larry Miller’s Classic Bit “The Five Levels of Drinking”
My area has one of those weird over-the-air channels that plays reruns of third-tier sitcoms like Mr. Belvedere and Dear John. But they also play old episodes of the Johnny Carson-era Tonight Show, although stripped of all branding to tie it to Tonight Show, for what is clearly legal purposes. Anywa... [Read More]
Rich Vos and Zach Broussard Had an Amazing Confrontation Over a Joke Top 1000 Comics List
Are you in the mood for a bit-off? Because that’s apparently what happened recently between comedians Zach Broussard and Rich Vos on a recent episode of the Legion of Skanks podcast, which started when Vos discovered Broussard’s joke list “Top 1000 Comedians of 2014.” Alongsi... [Read More]
A Thinkpiece About Bits (Not a Bit)
by Austin Rodrigues A bit is a joke, usually amongst a select group of people, played with some sincerity. A bit is a comedic take on a reality. An imaginary spin amongst individuals with a repetitive game between them. Bits can take a level of intelligence and quick thinking. They can be good and t... [Read More]