The Marty Higgins Memorial Laff-A-Thon

…is tomorrow night.

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asthma-squad and I have been working on this for the better part of 2014. It’s a sketch comedy show that we’re staging in a town that barely does stand up or improv, much less sketch. This means that we had no built-in resources—no venue, no readily accessible talent pool, no budget, no nothing. But now we have all of those things in spades, and we’d love to share them with you.

The Marty Higgins Memorial Laff-A-Thon is the story of a dead boy and the assortment of selfish, manipulative, and sometimes supernatural adults who populate Asbury Park, NJ. It’s hosted by “Melissa” and “Dan,” both of whom are just as self-absorbed as anyone else. In fact, they’re hosting the show for their own selfish, mutually exclusive.

It’s hands-down the coolest thing I’ve ever done in my life. The show itself is enormous, with an enormous cast and an enormous universe surrounding it, and literally everyone in the show is just people we know who were mostly hiding their immense talent in a bushel.

If you live in New Jersey or NYC, PLEASE come. You won’t regret it. There is so much stuff in this show that, I assure you, you won’t see anywhere else. Getting tickets is as easy as clicking this link.

my birthday gift to myself has arrived. it is designed by @hallithbates. she is one of the greats. I implore you to buy all the stuff in her society6 shop (society6.com/halliebateman)

my birthday gift to myself has arrived. it is designed by @hallithbates. she is one of the greats. I implore you to buy all the stuff in her society6 shop (society6.com/halliebateman)

My stand-up comedy alterego Funny Bone Gagliardi is raw. He is edgy. He is POLITICALLY INCORRECT. Herein lies a collection of his most classic bits performed for audiences all over the United States of AMERICA.

  

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Can’t Help Falling In Love With You (Cover) - Fleet Foxes 

"Shall I stay?

Would it be a sin?

But I can’t help falling in love with you…”

My guest today is Dan Gagliardi

Dan couldn’t find a podcast to be interviewed on this week. See what happens when he’s allowed to talk into a microphone when no one’s around to tell him to stop, and then enjoy the Oh My Boy!, the World’s First Radio Play performed by the Chattanooga Theatre Company.

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My least favorite episode of Saturday Night Live? September 30, 1995. Blues Traveler was the musical guest. The singer was a real creep.
My guest today is Dan Gagliardi

After a lot of trial as well as error, I managed to get my show up on iTunes. The premise, again, for the uninitiated: I make appearances on podcasts hosted by characters whom I also play. So far, I’ve been on the following podcasts:

1. FuadCast, a show hosted by a man named Fuad who feels cosmic obligation to host a podcast because his name lends itself to a great title. He, personally, hates podcasts.

2. Towels: the Podcast with Terry Linehan. Terry is an intense, high-strung guy with a loyal fanbase that loves him for his emotional honesty and rawness. We talk shop.

3. Are You Dan Gagliardi? is hosted by Dave Gallardo, who seeks to answer that titular question. NOTE: I appear on an extrasode.

4. Gianna’s Sleepover Podcast. Gianna is supposed to be hosting her show, but she’s too busy playing with her friends, so she makes her state trooper dad, Officer Gianno, do it. He invited me on the show after pulling me over on the parkway. (This one isn’t on iTunes yet, for some reason. You can listen to it here.)

Each show has a couple of weird sponsors that I, as the show’s creator, feel are the best thing about any of these episodes. 

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This is so FUCKING SCARY

what the fuck is going on

My guest today is Dan Gagliardi : Episode 4: Dan appears on GIANNA'S SLEEPOVER PODCAST

A new episode of my incredibly stupid, incredibly short podcast where I get interviewed on various podcasts. This week’s episode, I appear on a show called Gianna’s Sleepover Podcast, where I get interviewed by Gianna’s cop dad, State Trooper Gianno.