Kyle Kinane returns to talk driver's ed, balloon animals, and plumbing mishaps.
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It was a great year in comedy, so selecting the best of the best and compiling it into an hour-long special was a tall order. We have done just that, however, and we're kicking a new year off with a bang and The Best Comedy of 2012, as curated by the Bullseye staff.
You'll hear selections from the following, all of which are available for purchase now:
Comedian Kyle Kinane returns to talk cheese steaks, wooden teeth, and Burning Man.
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Here is a quick list of cities and venues where you can catch some face time with your favorite MaxFun performers during the coming week. Click on the name of the venue for ticket info.
From time to time, of course, there are shows which are likely to be so popular that I wouldn't recommend waiting until the week of the performance to buy tickets. I'll list one or two of those separately each week. Buy now:
Comedian Kyle Kinane joins us to talk trampolines, bed bugs, and parental exclamations.
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Kyle Kinane is an emerging stand up comedian who mixes a honest, self-deprecating delivery with his natural story-telling ability.
He's recently toured with Patton Oswalt and Brian Posehn. Kyle has also been a guest on several comedy podcasts, including Doug Benson's Doug Loves Movies, Marc Maron's WTF, Comedy and Everything Else, and The Adam Carolla podcast.
His debut album, "Death of the Party", is out on AST Records.
You can find out about his stand up shows across the country and read his observations about day to day life at www.kylekinane.com, and for more laughs, see another of one of his blogs, I'm Dead and It's All My Fault.