Posts Tagged ‘ Grawlix ’

Denver’s Adam Cayton-Holland to appear on TBS’ “Pete Holmes Show”

Adam Cayton-Holland

A year after making his national TV stand-up debut on “Conan,” Denver’s Adam Cayton-Holland has announced another late night appearance.



SPELLS’ Ben Roy has nothing to prove to you.

SPELLS

It’s more punk rock than anything to live your own truth. No hiding insecurities behind a whiskey-fueled swagger, no trying to recapture lost youth with angst-soaked anthems of fighting the man…just honesty about life and living it in a genuine manner, whatever that entails. But being comfortable with aging? That’s another story altogether.



High Plains Comedy Festival’s Andy Juett joins Comedy 103.1 FM

High Plains Comedy Festival's Andy Juett joins Comedy 103.1 FM

Festival co-founder Juett will be sales manager at Denver all-comedy radio station.



Why So Serious, Adam Cayton-Holland and Andy Juett?

Why So Serious, Adam Cayton-Holland and Andy Juett?

High Plains Comedy Festival co-founders Adam Cayton-Holland and Andy Juett are excited about Denver’s comedy scene, and they’re betting big on it.



High Plains Comedy Festival adds Reggie Watts as headliner, reveals more lineup and ticketing info

Denver's first-ever stand-up comedy festival is set to debut on South Broadway Aug. 23-24.

The High Plains Comedy Festival, taking place Aug. 23-24 along South Broadway, has announced its headliner, added locals and set an on-sale date.



Why So Serious, Ben Kronberg?

Denver-bred comedian Ben Kronberg is watching you getting ready to watch his first Comedy Central half-hour tonight. Photo by Bryce Boyer.

Denver-bred stand-up Ben Kronberg has enjoyed scattered TV appearances over the years, but none as big as his first Comedy Central half hour, which premieres June 14th.



High Plains Comedy Festival, Denver’s first all stand-up fest, to debut in August

Denver's first-ever stand-up comedy festival is set to debut on South Broadway Aug. 23-24.

Organizers announce plans for the High Plains Comedy Festival, Denver’s first-ever all stand-up event, for August on South Broadway.



Why So Serious, Bryan Cook?

Comedian Bryan Cook (left) looks on while another comic reads his competitive erotic fan fiction on stage.

Seattle-turned-L.A. comic Bryan Cook brings his live comedy show (and soon to be Nerdist podcast) “Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction” to Denver’s Bug Theatre on May 30.



“Those Who Can’t,” the Grawlix sitcom pilot on Amazon, reaps perhaps the best review of all

"Those Who Can't," the Grawlix sitcom pilot on Amazon, reaps perhaps the best review of all

“Those Who Can’t,” the Grawlix sitcom pilot on Amazon, reaps perhaps the best review of all



A. Tom Collins signs to Greater Than Collective, leads new cabaret night at Lannie’s (news)

Westword Music Showcase 2012

The marriage of music and comedy is often an uneasy one, as countless bands and stand-ups have found over the years. But when it’s done right (see David Cross and his early 2000s Sub Pop tour, Bonnarroo’s comedy tent, South by Southwest, etc.) it provides a unique space in which the two art forms complement each other– or at least a drunken variety show in which it’s impossible to get bored.