Comedy Albums A-B
Aaron Karo - The Rest Is History
In his first one-hour stand-up special, funnyman Aaron Karo raises the comedy bar as he uncorks his witty observations on bridesmaids' speeches, tanked-up friends who always start fights and the perils of being a 30-year-old bachelor.
Adam Ferrara - Funny As Hell
Veteran stand-up comedian and character actor Adam Ferrara takes the stage to regale his audience with sidesplittingly funny and all-too-true observations about life, from wacked-out family dynamics to dysfunctional romantic relationships and more. Ferrara also turns his observant and caustic eye on himself, fearlessly disclosing those funny-but-embarrassing truths that most of us are afraid to reveal.
Adam Mamawala - One Of The Good Ones
Adam Mamawala is one of the good ones. His debut album proves that as he looks inward on himself and realizes what makes someone a good one and how to become a good one, and tells us in the hopes of the audience doing the same.
Adam Newman - Fuzzies
In his first 1-hour special, Adam Newman delves into obscure B-horror movies, newly discovered Jetsons debauchery, and goes out on a well-deserved, world record setting mic drop.
Adam Sank - Live From The Stonewall Inn
Adam Sank, one of the most recognized and accomplished openly gay stand-up comics in the country, is coming to you "Live From The Stonewall Inn" with his debut album, full of his thoughts on straight guys' balls, Grindr, and more.
Adam Wade - The Human Comedy
Storyteller Adam Wade has won the Moth's GrandSLAM a staggering 20 times, so you know he can tell a good story. He spit his best of the best when he recorded his debut storytelling/comedy album, The Human Comedy, at The Bell House in Brooklyn.
Al Jackson - Baby Steps In A Yellow Tuxedo
Al Jackson navigates you through life in his hilarious comedy special, Baby Steps in a Yellow Tuxedo: proving no matter how often you stumble, you can do it with class.
Ali Wong - Baby Cobra
Ali Wong's stand up special delves into her sexual adventures, hoarding, the rocky road to pregnancy, and why feminism is terrible.
Alice Wetterlund - My Mama Is A Human And So Am I
Follow comedian / actor Alice Wetterlund as she reveals her personal struggles with peeping toms, cat-rearing, alcoholism and the secret alien conspiracy behind new country music in her breakout comedy special. Best known for HBO’s "Silicon Valley" and "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates", Wetterlund shines in this tour de force hour long special taped at the Gothic Theater in Denver, CO.
Alonzo Bodden - Historically Incorrect
Alonzo Bodden returns with a hilarious look at the historical inaccuracies of the present and past from his unique comedic perspective in Historically Incorrect.
Alonzo Bodden - Heavy Lightweight
In this day and age if it were all heavy it wouldn’t be a comedy special, it would be a depression special, and Alonzo Bodden is very aware of this. That’s why he goes back and forth, from Heavy to Lightweight, because he knows we need a break from news in comedy. Police description might be “big, scary black guy” but he’s regularly on NPR. How scary could he be? He isn’t afraid to talk about topics like slavery, then cell phones, the #MeToo Movement then millennials, Kanye and Taco Bell and a little bit about Israel too. He likes to mix it up and he hopes you will join him for a laugh and a think or two.
Alonzo Bodden - Who's Paying Attention
"Last Comic standing" star Alonzo Bodden tackles the absurdity of pop culture and the decline of western civilization in this hilarious 2010 New York stand-up concert.
Alonzo Bodden - Tall, Dark, And Funny
Alonzo touches upon every subject from tsunamis to terrorists, Democrats to desperate housewives, marriage to midgets, and more. Shot at the historic El Portal Theater in Los Angeles, Alonzo brings down the house with hilarious comedy.
Andrew Kennedy - Almost Black
Bilingual entertainer Andrew Kennedy proves he is one of the most hysterical comedians today on his album Almost Black.
Andrew Santino - Homefield Advantage
Half Mick, half WOP, Andrew Santino returns to his hometown of Chicago for the debut of his hour special "Homefield Advantage." Santino touches on everything from growing up thinking he was black, his disgust with bachelorette parties, his bout with severe acne and his envy of male porn stars; "these guys can throw a rope across the room." Shot at the historic Vic Theater, Santino's special gives viewers an authentic taste of the city made of Italian beef, Old Style and deep dish.