Hey Dudes

Just wanted to thank everyone that bought the record for buying the record.  The response has been fantastic so far and I really appreciate it.  If you haven’t got it yet, what in the hell is the matter with you?  You some kinda jerk ass jerk?


You should be ashamed of yourself.


I have some really fun shows coming up in Holly and also Merrillville, Indiana.  Come out and help me prove that these are fun cities to perform in and that the Illuminati is real.




Wherever They’ll Have Me has dropped!

My debut record has plopped on iTunes.  I could not be happier about it.  Please cop it today!



With that said, there are some people that I need to thank:

First and foremost, I’d like to thank my wonderful parents, John and Mary Ellen for their continued, undying and near idiotic support.  They are the best and I couldn’t do what I do without them.  Love you.

I would also like to thank Justin Gawel, Trevor Smith, Ricarlo Flanagan, Mark Roebuck, Bill Bushart, Roger Feeney and the staff at the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase, Mark Ridley, Mike Kurtz, Gabe Kea and the staff at Go Bananas Comedy Club, Mike Bobbitt, Matt Mcclowry, Mike Green, Nate Fridson, Tommy and Shannon Thompson and the whole Delinquint Records crew, Nate Armbruster, Mike “Rocksteady” Brody, Dave Landau, Conor Delehanty, Alex Stone, Saleem Muhammed, John Cessna, Tyler Jackson, Jeff Dwoskin and every single human being that has allowed me to go onstage or gone to a comedy show.  I appreciate it more than you will ever imagine.

This record is dedicated to the memory and life of Ben Konstantin.


Tomorrow is D-Day for Wherever They’ll Have Me, my first release of my career.  I couldn’t be more excited.  Being that it’s 2014 and computers are taking over (I’m not even typing this.  A robot is), this will be a digital release.  So check out iTunes, Spotify and Amazon and get some of this stank on your hang low.  That last part was definitely typed by me.


I will post the links to buy the record as soon as they are live!


Hey idiots,


I’m in Minneapolis right now.  This place has always been a home away from home for me and I will go out of my to come into town whenever I can.  I angered some Russian boy band members in Coon Rapids last night which resulted in the first ever time that a man in a very tight suit and an adorable blonde quaff threatened my life whilst onstage.  Some people still hold a grudge over the Miracle on Ice and that is more than understandable.  It’s just nice to know that Jim Craig’s moment in the sun and brief journey around the cutthroat early 1980’s NHL was not in vain.  Thanks, Jimmy.

Tonight I will tell this and other stories on My Brother’s Podcast with the always affable duo of Tommy and Shannon Thompson.  Check out their show on iTunes .





p.s.- Sorry about the idiots thing earlier.