Posts Tagged ‘ Doug Stanhope ’

Why So Serious, Mike Birbiglia?

Mike Birbiglia's latest "Working It Out" club tour finds him honing his latest one-man show.

Mike Birbiglia is one of the nicest guys in show business, and there’s a very specific reason for that.



Why So Serious, Greg Baumhauer?

Here we witness Denver comedian Greg Baumhauer performing in his native environment at the Squire Lounge, where he's been known to lash out at strangers for entering his habitat.

Notorious Denver stand-up Greg Baumhauer digs into the Denver comedy scene before his Squire Lounge album recording.



Why So Serious, Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla?

Why So Serious, Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla?

Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Pinsky are getting the most popular lineup of the “Loveline” band back together — and finding that the ’90s aren’t that far away.



Why So Serious, Doug Stanhope?

Comedian Doug Stanhope plans to do mushrooms to kick off the apocalypse on Dec. 21, but he's not optimistic about the results.

Raunchy, unyielding comedian Doug Stanhope catches up with Reverb about his place in the comedy world.



Why So Serious, George Gordon? (Laugh Track Comedy Festival edition)

If you're hitting the opening night of the Laugh Track Comedy Festival at the Bug Theatre tonight, don't miss New York comic George Gordon.

Brooklyn-based comedian George Gordon is no stranger to comedy festivals, and he’ll visit Denver’s Laugh Track Comedy Festival for a pair of appearances beginning Thursday, Aug. 2.



Best of 2011: Stand-up shows, comedy albums, and video games

From left to right: Nathan Lund, Sam Tallent, Chris Charpentier and Bobby Crane are the Fine Gentleman's Club. Photo by Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post.

Reverb’s John Wenzel runs down the best comedy shows, comedy albums and video games of 2011. Just like any mature man should.



Best of 2011: The year’s best concerts

Thee Oh Sees @ the Larimer Lounge

Best concerts of 2011 in Denver and beyond featuring My Morning Jacket, Adele, The Flaming Lips, Thee Oh Sees, Odd Future, Furthur and more



Album reviews: Beastie Boys, Doug Stanhope

Album reviews: Beastie Boys, Doug Stanhope

Album reviews: Beastie Boys, Doug Stanhope



Live review: Doug Stanhope @ Herman’s Hideaway

Cult-hero comedian Doug Stanhope played to the faithful, and lots of them, at Herman's Hideaway on Friday night. Photo by Michael McGrath, denverpost.com/reverb.

Live review: Doug Stanhope @ Herman’s Hideaway