Glazer: Dead Comics Society & Gallagher to Squash in KC Tuesday & Wednesday

And you thought I was self-serving…

Legendary comedian Gallagher at Stanford’s this week, brings a legend to town on the heels of the unexpected deaths of two of today’s most famous comedy stars.

Kind of weird. Gallagher, a fixture on Comedy Central,Showtime and VH-1 for nearly two decades is at Stanford and Sons this Tuesday and Wednesday,October 5 and 6th.

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17 Responses to Glazer: Dead Comics Society & Gallagher to Squash in KC Tuesday & Wednesday

  1. Anonymous says:

    Doog
    Uh, Craig, it’s Schimmel.

    Schimmel.

    Who the fuck is Robert Shimell? I hope to god you don’t design your club’s promotional/ad materials.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Bob Loblaw
    Greg acted strange on Last Comic Standing just about everytime it was his turn to judge and critique the comics, like he was coked up. Which I guess he probably was.

  3. Anonymous says:

    bob
    Why does this seem like an advert for Stanford’s?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Susan Dunlap
    bob it might be, but so what. I remember Schimmel, he was great, didn’t know he died. Sad.

  5. Anonymous says:

    MGarr
    Gallagher, crazy great show. Saw him in Vegas, did two hours, outstanding. A must see for me. Glazer I want to meet you see you there, want to meet Gallagher as well.

  6. Anonymous says:

    KellysGuy
    Glazer, love the gallahger, don’t like you much. So send him to Westport so we can meet him, don’t you come, or Nigro. Send him by himself.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Rockyroad
    Man, I was sick to hear about Greg Geraldo. One of my favorites. Saw him once at Glazers and once at some other club on Metcalf. Fine comic.

  8. Anonymous says:

    JimmyD
    NO ONE roasts like Giraldo. He will be missed. I remember Gallagher from the old Make Me Laugh show. He always killed. It’s hard to imagine he’s still doing his same schtick and getting laughs though

  9. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    When I read Schimmel had passed i cried.
    I met him and another comedian, Bobby Slayton,
    after their show at the old riviera hotel in
    las vegas on new years eve 1999.
    Back then I thought i would be a billionaire..
    because everyone was thinking that all the computers in the world would go bad at midnight
    so I bought dell stock 4 months earlier. I made
    good money but fell short of what I dreamed about.
    We ran into them after their show and for an
    hour talked with them about everything. I have never laughed so hard in my life. I took my
    girlfriend and my 2 cousins and we sat in the
    first row. Needless to say Bobby unloaded on
    my cousins wife because she was a little
    overweight…but two great funny talent comedians
    was incredible.
    Together these 2 guys were a riot.
    I saw schimmel several years ago at the improv
    up north. After the show he set up a table to
    sell his dvd’s and we talked after everyone left
    the theatre about his cancer and his life.
    Robert was an incredible comedian…but he was
    also an incredible human being. The money he made selling dvds was going to a fund set up to
    buy books for kids with cancer. To overcome what he did with his health and fighting cancer
    …none of us (unless we’ve been there) can
    understand.
    He made us all laugh..but under that exterior
    was a guy who had overcome so much.
    He did talk about his father also…and we
    talked because many of my relatives werre also
    holocaust survivors.
    Life is very strange sometimes. God is only
    supposed to give us what we can handle.
    Nothing more. For Robert…god gave him
    an extra heavy dose of “surrus” (yiddish for
    headaches).
    For all the laughs…and all the great memories…both those guys deserve top billing
    in heaven. RIP.
    There’s a punchline somehwere there for
    schimmel. Oh well…I’ll have to wait til i
    get where he’s playing to hear the joke.

  10. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    Good post jojo….I saw Schimmel at Zona Rosa a couple of times. I started watching Gilrado on Colin Quins Tough crowd and thought he was a major talent…that show has launched some pretty big careers. I think Gilrado resented being so goddamn funny but never getting paid…while jlubs like Louie CK and Norton were blowing up. I see CK is coming this Sunday…if you haven’t seen him live he is the real deal.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Keith
    Craigy,

    S’up bro’? Miss you here in Hollywood. You’re wasting your time there in Cowtown with all those rubarbs.

    …casting pearls before swine, mijo…

  12. Anonymous says:

    Kyfan
    Keith, Craig is much needed in KC, not LA.

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