The local comedian has performed at festivals from Austin to Montreal. Molandes sat with Red River Noise to tell us how he got his start in comedy, as well as the growing Austin comedy scene.
Learn about Danny Palumbo, an up-and-coming standup comic who now calls Austin home, but got his start in Pittsburgh, Pa. The comedian tells us about growing confident and embracing the “self-deprecating and maybe even masochistic” comedy-writing process.
Comedienne Fortune Feimster is everything you expect her to be. She is friendly, self-assured, cheery and—of course—hilarious. Learn more about the Chelsea Lately writer and performer in this RRN comedian spotlight.
If you have been following Washington’s career, you might know that he used to be a cop. If you’re wondering how he made the transition to comedian, Red River Noise has the scoop on all that and more.
Actor and comedian Kevin Nealon will release his special ‘Whelmed…But Not Overly’ next week. The show premiered on Showtime last year and is set for a CD/DVD combo package for fans. If only it came with MILF weed too.
The fourth annual Austin Sketch Festival is organized by the ColdTowne Theater and will take place during Memorial Day weekend this year. Be ready to laugh your ass off.
Comedy Central Records releases comedian Mike Lawrence’s debut digital album, Sadamantium on Tuesday, May 28. Check out the cool Day Trotter meets Wolverine album cover.
You never what is going to happen or who is going to say what when comedian Scott Aukerman hosts his podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! Fans in Austin will have their chance in June to check out Aukerman at work at Scottish Rite Theater in June.
Josh Blue is perhaps best known as the comedian who puts the cerebral in Cerebral Palsy. His stand up special “Sticky Change” will be released by New Wave Dynamics on May 21 digitally and in a CD/DVD combo pack.
Funny man Tom Segura will be performing at Cap City Comedy Club —located at 8120 Research Blvd.—this Wednesday, May 8 through Saturday, May 11. Aside from performing at major comedy festivals around the world, this Cincinnati native has appeared on Conan and has his own half-hour special on Comedy Central Presents. Segura also makes regular […]
Pete Holmes is the next comedian in line to premiere his Moody Theatre performance on Sunday, May 12 at 10 p.m. CT on Comedy Central. If you’re “gay for Gosling” too, then you won’t want to miss it.
Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival may be over and Marc Maron may not be in Austin in anymore, but if you missed his performance there are several ways you can keep up with his comedic genius.
Actor and comedian Joey Coco Diaz is ready to bring the laughs to Cap City Comedy Club this week in Austin. Peep the details and take a look at this guy. Does he look like his name should be “Coco” to you?
This month comedian Al Madrigal is back on Comedy Central to debut his very first one-hour stand-up special titled ‘Al Madrigal: Why Is The Rabbit Crying?’
Moontower Comedy Fest is upon us Austin. The four day mega-comedy fest is full of big names and up-and-comers all worth seeing. With so much to see and so little time to see it all, we thought we would spotlight some performances each night that won’t leave you disappointed.
Singer-songwriter and actor-comic Creed Bratton from ‘The Office’ fame is back with a new album/audio-biography ‘Tell Me About It.’ Who knew the weird dude from The Office was such a cool mofo?
As you may already know Moontower will feature three live podcasts featuring top talent in an effort to give festival-goers the opportunity to see more favorite comedians AND to be featured in their in-demand podcasts.
Trevor Moore has released a third new video from his debut comedy album, Drunk Texts To Myself, available now digitally and on CD via Comedy Central Records.
The goofy Shane Mauss will be performing at Cap City Comedy Club this weekend Apr. 11 through the 13. Yes, this is the Shane Mauss who dating the smokin’ hot and funny April Macie. Also don’t forget about the Funniest Person in Austin contest.
The Paramount Theatre has revealed the full schedule for the second annual Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival, scheduled to hit Austin stages from April 24 to April 27.