Comedian Dave Anthony: Sold Out! -
Thanks to everyone who purchased tickets. Some were my fans but many were fans of Patton Oswalt, who has done me a “solid” and agreed to open for me. He has magical powers that include tweeting and selling shit out in 3 or 4 minutes. He’s also a warlock. And a Hobbit.
Since the show sold out so…
Tickets Now Available For My Album Recording -
Patton Oswalt has been confirmed as my “special” guest.
Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, 8pm, January 25th.
And it’s not musical. It’s going to be actual comedy. The whole thing.
Come to Meltdown in Los Angeles on January 25th. I can now say you’ll also either see Patton Oswalt or Wil Anderson there also. On stage. Maybe fucking both. Don’t be greedy.
8 pm show.
It’s free. Free beer. Free “soft drinks.” Total party atmosphere (drunk assholes peeing on lawns).
MANIRANHA! He is, indeed, a man and a piranha. The redheaded love child of Greg Behrendt and Dave Anthony. Walking The Room kills me. Go listen to those guys.
Dave Anthony and Greg Behrendt at the San Francisco Punch Line by Dan Dion
Here is a list of podcasts Greg and Dave have been on both together and alone. So alone.
Thanks to Diane M for putting this shit together, like a stalker.
Think about it. Or don’t. That’s a pretty camera, huh?
A New Forum Is Birthed -
So, quite a few people couldn’t get the hang of the forums on the Hotdog Thunderdome. And by “a few,” I mean 104%. We decided to create a simple, more common type of message board for Cuddlahs to exchange words and whatnot.
The Hot Dog Thunderforum is now alive and pulsing like a vein before heroin is injected into it. Come join and partake in sadness.
Our Live Podcast at Chop Suey in Seattle Wednesday night was a corndog made of amazing. The venue was rad, our guests - Seattle comic Duane Goad,Tweet singers We Sing Your Tweets and our great friend and Australian comedy hunk Wil Anderson were all superb. The promoters were cool, and per usual our fans were off the hook great. A few of them blowing our minds by traveling many miles to be there. All in all I would say it was one of our best live efforts and will be available very soon. Thanks to those of you that came and again to the ones that bought tickets when there was no way they could come.
Oh and to the local comics who talked through the show and left… No matter how much you do or don’t like another comic or performer have the balls to let them live or die on their own merit. But to disrupt their show for no reason and then leave makes you look like the amateur chickenshits you are.
Live Seattle Podcast Tonight with guests Wil Anderson and Duane Goad
So, Wil Anderson and the gents from the Little Dum Dum Club podcast have been kind enough to help me out when I’m in Australia.
So far, I’ve lined up the following shows…
Monday April 2nd.
Spleen - 41 Bourke Street - 8:30 pm
The Shelf - The Toff in Town - Doors at 7:30, show until 11pm.
A Karl Chandler show but I don’t know the name. It will be near Town Hall.
The Felix Bar - 11 Fitzroy Street St Kilda Victoria - 8:30 pm
Other shows to follow. I will be doing a couple of live podcasts it looks like and hope to do a show in Sydney on the 8th.
I put up a Tweet tonight telling people to hold off buying tickets to the live Melbourne Podcuddle. Now I shall explain myself.
Here’s the deal. When we first discussed going to the festival, it was because Greg had been invited to do his one man show and we thought it would be a good opportunity to do the podcast AND that I would be able to do stand up in Melbourne. As the date got closer, it became apparent that I was a bit of an afterthought. So, I had my manager call today to find out what other shows I would be doing stand up on. The answer came today: None.
The reason they gave was that I only had a visa to do the podcast. I now have a choice to make. I can go to Melbourne for 12 days, as planned, and just do the podcast and the late show planned with Wil, Charlie, me and Greg. We haven’t really planned to do any stand up on that one. The problem with this choice is that I will be sitting around a festival while other people are performing, and based on how my career has gone, that is a special kind of hell I’m not interested in.
Another choice is to not go. I am currently leaning to not going. I’m dreading being away from Finn for 12 days and to do that for just one podcast might be rough. Last time I was away – in SF – he didn’t sleep and generally had an awful time.
The third option is to put on my own shows somewhere. One in Melbourne (but logistically, that could be a nightmare with the festival going on) and one is Sydney. I’d have to rent a small theater.
Anyway, that’s where I’m at with Melbourne. It’s been a shit day overall with other showbiz stuff and this was the icing on the cake.