The Satellite presents
@Dadboner & Friends, You Guys, Patton Oswalt, Rob Delaney, Matt Braunger, Kyle Kinane, Jenny Johnson, jennyjohnsonhi5, plus Special Surprise Guests
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
@Dadboner & Friends, You Guys
Hosted by @dadboner twitter creator, Mike Burns, @DadBoner & Friends, You Guys is a special night of stand-up from Burns and guests, also featuring exclusive live readings from Karl Welzein’s upcoming book, Power Moves: Livin’ The American Dream, USA Style, available from IT Books on July 9, 2013 (karlwelzein.com).
Born January 27th, 1969 in Sterling, Virginia, Patton Oswalt started headlining comedy clubs in 1996. A noted comedian, actor, and writer (Patton has written for MadTV), he has had roles both in film and on the small screen, such as Magnolia and the sitcom King of Queens.
Oswalt's style of stand-up comedy is often described as acerbic and sarcastic, and it covers a great deal of subject matter. Topics range from pop culture frivolity such as comic book supervillains and 1980s hair metal to deeper societal issues like American excess, rampant materialism and foreign policy. Critics have recognized Oswalt for employing keen wit, biting insight and unabashed love of the absurd. Quite a few of his routines are about vice, especially pornography and alcohol. A famous line: "Do you think you have a problem when you refer to all alcohol as 'pain-go-bye-bye-juice'?"
Oswalt has described himself as a "man without a country" in that he dislikes both George W. Bush and hippies. In February 2004, some jokes critical of President Bush got him booed off the stage in Pittsburgh.
In 2004 Oswalt released a comedy album entitled Feelin' Kinda Patton and later that year a longer, unedited version of the same recording called 222, both through the United Musicians collective. He is also on a split EP called "Patton Vs. Alcohol Vs. Zach Vs. Patton" with Zach Galifianakis.
Rob Delaney is originally from Boston. After an idyllic childhood during which he was never, ever lonely, he attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He performs stand up regularly at the top comedy venues in Los Angeles, New York, and various comedy clubs across the United States. Rob is currently in development for both a pilot for Comedy Central and a book deal for Random House. His television credits include FUEL TV's The Daily Habit, and the pilot Movie Nook for TBS. On Twitter, Rob has created a following of nearly 230,000 followers that grows every day. He's been listed on "The Funniest People on Twitter" on such sites as the Huffington Post, Vice Magazine, Paste Magazine, Comedy Central, and Funny or Die. Most recently Rob was a contributing writer on the British version of the IT Crowd as well as the show Ridiculousness on MTV. Rob also sings the national anthem for the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Matt Braunger was raised in Portland, Oregon. An actor since childhood, Matt studied theatre in New York and improvisation in Chicago under such luminaries as Susan Messing and Del Close.
Matt's television credits include a recurring role on NBC's UP ALL NIGHT, a series regular role on MADtv, and as well as appearances on CONAN, The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, The Late Show with David Letterman, United States of Tara, Pushing Daisies, Carpoolers, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Acceptable TV, and Live At Gotham. He is also a regular guest on the Chelsea Lately roundtable. In 2009, he was named to Variety's Top 10 Comics to Watch and Comedy Central's Hot 9 in '09 list, his debut album Soak Up The Night was released by Comedy Central Records and named to the iTunes REWIND Top 20 Albums of 2009 In 2010, he recorded his half hour Comedy Central Presents special and in 2012 released his debut hour-long special entitled Shovel Fighter. Along with touring comedy clubs across the country he is also a regular at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. Matt has also performed at a variety of prestigious comedy festivals including the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and Chicago, The TBS Comedy Festival Las Vegas, South By Southwest. Matt won the 2008 "Best Of The Fest" at the inaugural Rooftop Comedy Festival in Aspen and he co-founded the popular Bridgetown Comedy Festival that takes place annually in Portland.
Kinane currently performs stand-up regularly in the Los Angeles area. His debut album Death of the Party, released in 2010 on AST Records, has won critical acclaim. Kinane was also recently named in Variety's "Ten Comics to Watch in 2010" list. He has performed his stand-up on television programs such as Last Call with Carson Daly and Live at Gotham. His hard work was rewarded with his first "Comedy Central Presents" half hour special on February 25th 2011.
Kinane grew up in the Chicago area and graduated from Addison Trail High School in 1995. He later attended Columbia College Chicago, graduating in 2002.
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