Want to find out how you can get a physical copy of my most recent CD “Full Frontal Nerdity” for only five bucks? That’s half the price that you can download it for digitally!
Either shoot me a message on Facebook, E-mail or Twitter with your address and send $5 via Paypal and I’ll shoot you out a copy…..plus…..for as long as there is ink in my Sharpie, I’ll even sign and/or doodle on them for you!
Links to my Facebook and Twitter are on the right side of this screen and you can shoot me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My CD “Full Frontal Nerdity” is available in just about every online place where you can get sound things.
If you already have it, you can still help me out tremendously by leaving a review. When albums get reviewed, the digital distribution sites look at other things you liked and they know to recommend it to people with similar interests. So by writing a review, you’re helping me get in touch with people neither of us know. You’re becoming a Bobbitt Acolyte! Bobbolyte?
Here are some links to where you can find me online:
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Coddle the CDBABY
Jam some ITUNES
Explore the CD UNIVERSE
Get epic on RHAPSODY
Okay, here’s the scoop. Here’s a pass for you to print out so you can come to the CD Release Party at the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase a week from today. You just have to make sure that you make reservations now though. The show is filling up quickly and without a reservation you won’t be guaranteed a seat. Reservations can be made by calling 734-996-9080 or online at www.aacomedy.com.
Hope to see you there.
Yep, I quoted old school Suicidal Tendencies to kick this off.
I can’t look at the FedEx logo without seeing the arrow between the E and the X now. I recently saw an article online that pointed out a bunch more that I never noticed.
All the proofs for my new CD “Full Frontal Nerdity” were finalized this week and the order is being processed. I’m super excited for it. Roger from the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase has been gracious enough to host my CD release party on September 22nd. He even let me put together a super awesome line up that I handpicked. The show will open with Jeff Conolly who was part of my birthday show where we recorded the CD. Comedian/Derby Girl/Cool Chick Amy Probst, who I’m a big fan of, will be next, followed by the super awesome Allyson Hood. Allyson has a guest appearance on my CD. Mike O’Keefe, who also makes an appearance on my CD is next and then finally it’s me. I’ll have free passes for this show too. I really can’t wait for the 22nd!
I also had a meeting with the Red Cross this week. On October 25th a bunch of us will be roasting Dracula to benefit the Red Cross. So lots of great things up ahead.
Thursday I did a set at the Painted Lady. I’ve been going through a lot of stress and well…went on stage with a lot of baggage. It was cringe worth, but therapeutic. Trevor Smith had two new bits that were so awesome that it made me want to quit comedy for a minute. He and I will be hitting the road together in a couple weeks to head to Goonie’s in Rochester, Minnesota.
After the Painted Lady a lot of us headed over to Go Comedy. I did an interview for an internet project. It was fun and silly. I love the camaraderie of hanging out with comedians. In spite of my little melt down, it was a great night.
On Saturday I headed up to The Bull Ring in Goodrich, Michigan. Vicky, who runs the place, likes to make sure her customers have regular comedy, so this show was sort of a lead in to the start of their normal season. I didn’t know it was only a one person show, so I was glad that Allyson Hood came out for a guest set. She ended up opening the show and really set the stage for me. That show ended up being great!
Sunday I met up with one of my oldest friends, Jeff Sanguis to work on a project with him for his website Nerding Out. Jeff was the lead singer of Detroit ska legends Telegraph. We’ve been buddies since we were teenagers and stayed close because of our mutual dorkiness. Jeff and I both bought Bonnie Burton’s Star Wars crafting book, so we ended up rolling tape while we each picked a project to make. It was great catching up with him again, especially while dorking out!
The good folks at Laff Tracks let me put together a little show for Friday, January 28th. The from guy (me) who brought you the Desperate Houseguys and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly…check out Full Frontal Nerdity!
The show features a line up handpicked by yours truly, the Grande Gallo! You’ve got Erik “Mundillo Culato” Kitter, Jeff “Blanco Esqueleto” Scheen, Mike “Anciano Hombre” O’Keefe and Jeff “Otro Tipo” Arcuri.
It’s an 8:00 show. Tickets are $12 at the door, but here’s the neat thing…if you make reservations in advance, you can save $2 off the admission!
It really be a fun show. During the slow time for comedy last summer I started hitting open mic shows and the passion and energy that these guys have really sparked a new vigor and excitement in me. All four of them are simply wonderful and I’m glad that Laff Tracks let me put this show together.
Laff Tracks is located at 30850 Beck Road inside Breaktime Billiards in Novi, MI. You can make reservations by calling 313-694-3236.