• Gary Gulman: All I Want for Chanukah is Christmas

    Nothing harkens the heart to Christmas like colorful lights, Carolers and a Jewish child’s seething jealousy. When Gary Gulman was asked, “What do you want for Chanukah?” He answered, “Christmas!” Lucky for the rest of the world, that childhood longing was scarring enough to spawn a comedy career and the recording of the album All I want for Chanukah is Christmas. In this follow up to the very funny Conversations

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    Sean Kent: Waiting for the Rapture

    Sean Kent has lent his darkly slanted socio-political humor to the entertainment landscape, having appeared in shows and on networks ranging from Comedy Central, VH1, E Entertainment and CBS; NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and The Best Damn Sports Show Period on Fox Sports Net, just to name a few. His work ethic is insurmountable, continuing to write through two bouts of cancer, and speaking at various charity events to raise

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    Lachlan Patterson: Jokes To Make Love To

    Ostensibly subdued and almost downright subliminal, Lachlan Patterson lulls his audience into a state of relaxation and trust with a turnabout that does not fail to deliver the funny. Jokes To Make Love To (Rooftop Comedy Productions) has the dizzying effects of lying on a beach drinking too many umbrella-adorned rum drinks. Throughout his debut album, you’ll no doubt find yourself nodding and laughing, first with recognition, then with surprise;

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    Glenn Wool: Let Your Hands Go

    While anyone can point out hypocrisy, and maybe even get a laugh, it takes a special kind of mind to mix the sardonic with the silly, the way Glenn Wool does on his album, Let Your Hands Go (Stand-Up! Records.) Wool doesn’t just touch on heavy topics, but rather dives, full force and unapologetically, into religion, his many past and current experiences with drugs and alcohol and homosexuality. He continues,

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