The Grand Stand

TOMORROW NIGHT: myself and Kyle Ayers take over the WEEKLY show at The Grand in Williamsburg. The great Jo Firestone, Mike Recine, Brooke Van Poppelen and Will Winner will be our guests. If you’ve been looking for an excuse to come out to a show, this is the one. You won’t regret it. We’re building something for the ages. Like a funny pyramid.

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Viviana Cortez

Tonight, I perform for Viviana Cortez, a Spicy Cuban Holistic Wellness Counselor from Miami, who conducts improvised therapy sessions live onstage. She’s good friends with Ali Levin. If you’re in the East Village this evening, come by. I guarantee it will get weird. (Details: sq sp 2

Performing at UCB East tonight

NotLying-Frankenstein_UCBeast_WEBIf you’re in the East Village tonight, and feel like a fun “dessert” to cap off a great evening, come to UCB east for the midnight show. Burlesque, bands, great comedians, and me. It’s a wonderful, unique show. COME.

Hoo boy: ROAD STORIES was a hit

Me, Masta Killa and Andrew WK

The first ever ROAD STORIES show at The Creek and the Cave was unbelievable. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the showroom that packed (except for Bill Burr, but I’ll happily take second-place to him). That’s me with my two new pals – Andrew WK and the Wu-Tang Clan’s Masta Killa. Here’s the audio of my and Brian McManus‘ interview with two of the nicest guys in music.


And if you want to listen to the whole show, it’s below. Incredible road stories told by three of my favorite comics in the world: Mark Normand, Joe List and Leah Bonnema.


Here’s a slideshow of pictures from the show. We’re already planning the next ROAD STORIES, so if you want to hear about it first, follow me @mrtomcowell or sign up for email alerts here. And as always, we have to thank Rebecca Trent of the Creek and the Cave for all her support of the show. Let’s keep on trucking, baby.