Comedy

Adam Cayton-Holland is a writer, comic, and actor based in Denver whose tragicomic memoir Tragedy + Time is now available on Audible. The book is heart-wrenching and hilarious all at once, written in tribute to his younger sister Lydia after her suicide. Adam talks with KDNK's Gavin Dahl about his first time doing Conan and offers suggestions for getting the creative juices flowing while sitting at home. "Be diligent, don't be lazy," he says. "Stop making excuses, go get some work done. That's my advice."

Whatever

Nothing alleviates the tension like some healthy laughter. Whatever is a show about... whatever. Hosted by The Janerator, Pamster and Lukealicious, Whatever is an original, unscripted, spontaneous, wacky, fun, funny, interesting and informative (or not) show during which listeners are encouraged to call in to talk about whatever.

Saturday Community Calendar

Jan 25, 2020
The Collective Snowmass

Here’s your community calendar for Saturday, January 25th, underwritten by Basalt Regional Library, a safe and welcoming space providing access to tools, programs, and information that nurture lifelong learning. For the list of events, like Comedy Night at the Snowmass Collective, click on the headline …

Saturday Community Calendar

Jan 20, 2020
AJ Finney

Here’s your community calendar for Saturday, January 18th, underwritten by Basalt Regional Library, a safe and welcoming space providing access to tools, programs, and information that nurture lifelong learning. For the list of today's events like Marble Comedy at Marble Distilling, click on the headline…

Saturday Community Calendar

Sep 14, 2019
Josh Blue

Here’s your community calendar for Saturday, September 14th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, offering Cerveza Sopris Mexican Lager in partnership with Roaring Fork Beer Company. For the list of today's events, like comedian Josh Blue performing at The Tabor Opera House, click on the headline .

Frank King

 

Comedian Frank King presents at Glenwood Springs Branch Library on September 17th for the Post Independent’s annual Longevity Project. The event includes appetizers and drinks at 5pm with a panel discussion at 6pm and Frank King at 7pm. The theme for this year’s Longevity Project is “Striking a Conversation: Mental Health for All Ages.”

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Comedian Kevin Nealon, known for his time on NBC's Saturday Night Live, Weeds and films like Happy Gilmore and The Wedding Singer, spoke with KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh on Express Yourself prior to performing at Belly Up Aspen.

Nationally touring standup comedian Adam Cayton-Holland speaks to KDNK about peforming for tough crowds, how the Denver comedy scene has changed, his TV series called Those Who Can't on the TruTV network, plus the Colorado Rockies, Denver Comic Con, #MeToo, and his forthcoming book.