On I Didn’t F*ck It Up, Katie Goodman proves there is a vast difference between a “guitar act” and a musical comedian. Katie writes and performs original funny songs that touch upon everything from the human foibles of adulthood to a communal sense of generalized despair.
Katie Goodman is at it again with Halfway Closer To Dead. Impressively talented and painfully funny, Katie is back with 16 more songs that will make your sides ache.
Elayne Boosler’s most recent album discusses getting older and wiser, all with the grace and humor Elayne is known for.
Scottish stand-up comedian and writer reached the finals of “”So You Think You’re Funny”” at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe, where she was placed joint third, the finals of the Piccadilly Comedy Club new act competition in 2012 and the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year in 2013. She has also appeared on “”8 Out Of 10 Cats””, Seann Walsh’s Late Night Comedy Spectacular and The Alternative Comedy Experience and has written for The Guardian.
Cocoa Brown assails her craft with such passion and soul-searching veracity that when she claims a stage, the ensuing act is nothing short of a force of a nature. Cocoa draws from painful reminiscences and hard-knocked lessons, weaving humorous tales that uplift, upend, and upgrade what you thought you knew about comedy. What drives the comic who female fans have nicknamed “The Truth?” The sheer will of a woman who survived the worst life had to offer and is still standing.
With April Macie’s irreverent brand of overtly sexual humor she attempts to break down troubling double-standards and lend her voice to women everywhere. She travels the world collecting stories and experiences, which she then translates into humorous, relatable tales in front of audiences worldwide. And she hopes to change the world by empowering women, “One dick joke at a time.”
Money Shot finds Cummings riffing on a wide range of topics chiefly, the differences between men and women and how both tend to behave in relationships. Her first-ever hour stand-up special and it’s probably the best representation of the comedienne to date.