Animated Video of an actual phone call between Weird Al and Brian Posehn followed by Goblin Love, both available on the critically-acclaimed release Grandpa Metal via Megaforce Records. Animated video by Brian Musikoff (Manual Comics) and John Kuramoto (Phoobis) Available at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Grandpa-Metal-…
Brian Posehn is RETURNING to Gimme Metal for a weekly #GrandpasMMetalStash! Brian’s been a huge fan of heavy music since he was a kid. That was a long time ago. Grandpa’s Metal Stash is all about playing all of his favorite shit, old and new. Mostly old. The idea is you’re sitting on his floor with headphones on for two hours. Enjoy the ride!
Brian Posehn has a new t-shirt available for purchase here. Look for more fun merchandise coming soon!
Celebrity Comedians Unite April 4 for LAUGH AID: A Live Stream Benefitting Comedy Gives Back’s Covid-19 Emergency Relief Fund
LOS ANGELES, April 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Laughter is healing, and during the Covid-19 public health crisis a renowned group of celebrity comedians, including Whitney Cummings, Jim Gaffigan, Ken Jeong, Adam Sandler and many equally famous and talented comedians will be performing live, April 4, 2020 at 4 p.m. PST, via livestream to lift the nation’s spirits as well as to raise money for an emergency relief fund.
All participating performers agree, the nation needs an evening of laughter and the goals of Comedy Gives Back LAUGH AID are to both entertain the world as we sequester in our homes, while also supporting the standup comedian community that lives and breathes with a live audience but has been sidelined with venues closed this Spring.
Viewing is donation based and all profits will be donated to Comedy Gives Back’s LAUGH AID Covid-19 Emergency Relief Fund. LAUGH AID is produced in partnership with Laugh Lounge, Comedy Central, Starburns Audio, All Things Comedy, and Earwolf. The relief fund is now open, grants are being distributed and taking submissions for grants: https://www.comedygivesback.com/covid-19-grant.
Additional celebrity comedians performing live include, Dave Attell, Joel Kim Booster, Bill Burr, Dane Cook, Ken Jeong, Anthony Jeselnik, Jessica Kirson, Bert Kreischer, Howie Mandel, Marc Maron, Big Jay Oakerson, Patton Oswalt, Tom Papa, Ray Romano, Jeff Ross, Iliza Shlesinger, The Sklar Brothers, Bob Saget, Amanda Seales, Dan Soder, David Spade, Taylor Tomlinson, Gina Yashere and others. See www.comedygivesback.com for the lineup (subject to change).
In difficult times like these, many of us (including medical science) find laughter is the best medicine. While bringing a few hours of much needed relief to a distressed nation, Comedy Gives Back aims to support its peers that may find themselves in less than comical situations.
What: A live comedy streaming event showcasing comedians in their quarantine states.
When: Saturday, April 4, 4 p.m. (PST) / 7 p.m. (EST)
Where: Laugh Lounge app, AXS TV, LiveXLive, Twitch, Twitter, Stirr, Comedy Central’s YouTube channel, and Facebook will simultaneously stream the curated contentAudio version will be available via Spotify and SiriusXM post live stream. Promoted by influencer Jay Shetty and his ICON network.
Laugh Lounge is an online comedy club streaming more than 150 stand-up broadcasts a year from legendary comics and clubs across the world. For a free trial and best viewing experience, download the Laugh Lounge app: https://laughlounge.onelink.me/NumK/9550ff79
AXS TV is facilitating the technical execution and will be simulstreaming the show on its network and social platforms. Production support provided by Suite Spot, All Mobile Digital Media and music provided by Sonixphere.
Hashtags: #COMEDYGIVESBACK #LAUGHAID2020 #COMEDIANRELIEFFUND
How: Donations can be made via: bit.ly/laughaid
Comedian Brian Posehn, fresh off the release of his new metal album, Grandpa Metal, sits in and talks about his lifelong passion for pro wrestling, and how it ran parallel to his passion for heavy metal. We talk about wrestling in the 70s, how Hulk Hogan got him out of wrestling, how he got back into it in the 90s, and his thoughts on WWE and AEW today.
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