By Noah GardenswartzFriday September 3, 2010 12:00 pm EDT
Atlanta, meet the comedic ball of energy that is Eric Andre. On Saturday night he will be headlining at Comedy Gold, but today he came into CL for Another Comedy Podcast where we discussed his lack of acting skills, how black-nerd comedy became a genre, and why he doesn't do dick jokes anymore. Take a ride into the very strange and entertaining fro-hawked mind of Eric Andre. P.S. - He still tells a lot of dick jokes.
The Boston Comedy Festival is one of the biggest comedy festivals in the country, and this year an Atlanta comic won the whole thing. Landry, who was also named Atlanta’s Best Comic at last year’s Atlanta Stands Up Awards, took top prize as the prestigious competition, and recently spoke with CL about the experience and what he hopes to come out of the win.
Rory Scovel is one of comedy's rapidly rising stars, and arguably the most original act currently working the circuit. While he’s a gifted joke writer and story teller, it’s his other-worldly improv skills that makes each of his truly unique performances stand out in the world of stand-up. On Saturday, Nov. 12, Scovel is bringing his Dilated Imagination Tour to Atlanta’s Relapse Theatre.
Adam Carolla has made quite a career for himself in stand-up, radio, and television, as the comedic voice of the working man. This Friday he will be bringing his intelligent, unfiltered mix of observations, rants and story-telling to the Tabernacle.
You’ve been on hit television shows, written a best-selling book, currently host the most downloaded podcast on the internet, "The Adam Carolla...
Few people will ever understand the world of stand-up comedy like Marshall Chiles. Arguably the most consistent and influential presence in the Atlanta comedy scene for the last decade, Chiles is not only a comedian, he also fosters a burgeoning local scene by booking, managing and owning two prominent Atlanta clubs, the Funny Farm and Laughing Skull Lounge. This weekend, the man of many hats... | more...
Kyle Kinane is an unmotivated, self-aware misanthrope. He's also one of the best comedians on the planet. CL recently spoke with Kinane, who will be headlining Comedy Gold at the Buckhead Theatre on Saturday, May 7, about his start in comedy, his career trajectory, and why he should be nicer to audiences.
You're performing at the Buckhead Theatre on May 7, but you also did the Star Bar last...