Jim Norton Counted Down the Top 50 Stand Up Comedians

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Cate Misczuk I August 15, 2015

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Sirius XM launched their new station, Comedy Greats on Thursday by paying tribute to the comedians who didn’t make the top 50 countdown cut. Inaugural hosts and legends, Jim Norton, Sherrod Small and Dan Soder debuted the show with more of a discussion on comedy — nixing a countdown all together and playing clips from some greats who just didn’t grab a top spot.

Nortons countdown takeover was just the first of many that will air on the 27/7 comedy station. This time the live audience chimed in, and even suggested clips for the show, showcasing comedians like John Mulaney, Brian Regan, Lisa Lampanelli, Pat Cooper and Ralphie May. read more

Jim Norton to tape his new stand-up special on January 17th in Boston


Jim Norton is setting up to tape his next stand-up exceptional in Boston on January seventeenth. That ought to be sufficient data to happen at this minute on the grounds that who would like to see Jim Norton tape another stand-up extraordinary? No one that is who!

Be that as it may I deviate, in the event that you require more data, this is what’s up. There will be two tapings at the Somerville Theater, one at 7pm and one at 9:30pm. A 12 hour presale for the tickets starts today (Oct. 23) between the window of 10am-10pm on the off chance that you utilize the watchword “chip”. See tickets here. http://goo.gl/cY8pFl read more

George Carlin to be honored by Colin Quinn


This last summer, about three years after comedian entertainer Kevin Bartini propelled a loaded filled battle to rename a New York City road after the late George Carlin, the city gathering passed a bill to do simply that. Chairman Bill de Blasio marked the request that would permit the 400 block of West 121st Street  to be renamed “George Carlin Way.” On Oct. 22 at 1 pm at the corner of West 121st Street and Amsterdam Ave, family, companions and the parody group will meet up for a day-long festival. read more