• Live Mitch Hedberg tribute planned for Aug. 12

    We have cool news for fans of the late comedian Mitch Hedberg: Mitch’s wife, Lynn Shawcroft, along with his parents, will be hosting a charity event in his honor at the Paramount Theatre in Andersen, Indiana. Hedberg truly died on top of his game. Having just finished a high profile tour with Lewis Black and Dave Attell, garnering a huge increase in number to his dogged cult following (many fans

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    Mitch Hedberg jokes still inspiring

    By Mike Blejer To this day, Mitch Hedberg is one of the most imitated comedians around. If you’ve been to more than one open mic you’ve provably seen a comic copying his style of accented, percussive speaking; sometimes good, usually terrible. I know that for my part I’ve heard a lot of comics telling bizarre one-liners they must have thought sounded Hedbergian. But what is usually missing is the strong

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    Punchline Magazine presents the 10 best comedy albums of 2008

    We’re excited to announce Punchline Magazine’s top 10 stand-up comedy albums as well as the one, most exciting up and coming stand-up comedian we think you should pay attention to in 2009. This list has nothing to do with record sales. This list simply represents the collective opinions of Punchline Magazine’s editors. Enjoy. #10 – TOM McCAFFREY, Lou Diamond Phillips? This debut album from New York City based comic Tom

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    Mitch Hedberg: Do You Believe in Gosh?

    “That’s a retarded joke, I know,” Mitch Hedberg proclaims after he tells a joke wherein his vodka-soaked Hoover is so drunk it can’t vacuum in a straight line. The self-effacing Hedberg uses the phrase and slight variations thereof throughout the nearly 40 minutes of stand-up contained on the now-iconic comic’s third album Do You Believe in Gosh? He hammers himself down during his set at The Improv in Ontario, Calif.,

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