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]
Talking Standup, ‘Cheers,’ and the Importance of Silliness with Geoff Tate
A lot of people know Geoff Tate from Doug Loves Movies. He is the “winningest player in the show’s history,” according to the podcast’s extensive fan wiki. In his three previous standup albums, Tate has carved out a niche as a cranky, thoughtful dude with a deep, abiding love... [Read More]
Talking Storytelling and Standup with Selena Coppock
It’s a great time to be a standup with both a killer persona and writing chops, and Selena Coppock knows a lot about both. The Massachusetts native currently lives in New York City and has spent years performing at standup and storytelling events like The Moth and Yum’s the Word as well ... [Read More]
Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher’s Album ‘Back to Back’ Is Out Next Week
Standup comedians, show creators/stars, and married couple Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher have a new album out next week. Titled Back to Back, the album was recorded live in Brooklyn during their recent tour and will be released through A Special Thing Records next Friday, December 8th. The 12-tr... [Read More]
Catching Up with Kyle Kinane
In every great comic’s career comes a time where you have to do press for a thing you made. Sometimes it’s a new special, a big movie role, or a chart-topping podcast. And then sometimes a label decides to re-release your album from a year ago on limited edition blue vinyl. Such is the c... [Read More]
Matt Goldich on His Work-Life Balance and Debut Standup Album
“This is the happiest I’ve ever been for sure” is not something I hear a lot of comics say with confidence. But things are pretty peachy for New York-based comedian and Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Matt Goldich. At 37, Matt has settled into his place in the world as a nice, a... [Read More]
Janelle James on Her Debut Album ‘Black and Mild’ and Comedy’s Point of No Return
Janelle James is in too deep. Eight years ago she started down the difficult and objectively foolish path of standup comedy, and now it’s too late to turn back. “It’s the dumbest thing. It’s a needle-in-a-haystack-ass career. And I’m a woman. And I’m black. What? ... [Read More]
Shane Torres’s Debut Standup Album ‘Established 1981’ Is Out Next Month
New York-based comedian Shane Torres is making his standup album debut next month. Comedy Central Records will release the album, titled Established 1981, on Friday, September 8th, and it will also be available for free on Laughly for 24 hours prior to release. Check out a preview track from the alb... [Read More]
Shane Torres’s Debut Standup Album ‘Established 1981’ Is Out Next Month
New York-based comedian Shane Torres is making his standup album debut next month. Comedy Central Records will release the album, titled Established 1981, on Friday, September 8th, and it will also be available for free on Laughly for 24 hours prior to release. Check out a preview track from the alb... [Read More]