02/08 Tool 02/11 Jeff Mangum 02/17 of Montreal 02/29 Blind Pilot 03/31 The Naked & The Famous 05/14 M83 and I Break Horses 05/19 Flaming Lips, Young the Giant, Dawes and AWOLNATION 06/07 Bonnaroo 2012!!! 06/13 Roger Waters 07/28 Toadies
watching Billy on the Street last night gave me an idea of Billy on the Farm. it could be an awful idea, but i love that stupid show. plus it's on fuse and doesn't fuse always have a stand or host something in the barn?
April 11 - The Black Crowes
May 4 - Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite
May 12 - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
May 15 - Vampire Weekend
May 18 - Charles Bradley
June 13-16 - Bonnaroo
July 20 - Bob Dylan, Wilco, and My Morning Jacket
September 12 - Black Joe Lewis
September 18 - Jake Bugg
September 21-22 - Life Is Good Festival
October 29 - Pretty Lights
November 17 - KanYe West with Kendrick Lamar
December 28 - Prince
He's like you made an Ã¼ber troll by taking the worst parts of me (the utter disregard for other people's opinions), Phi (cluttering up threads with memes and adding nothing to a discussion) and Jess (an apparent belief that everyone else is the problem and/or arrogance without self awareness).
Post by atlenergyguy on Feb 9, 2013 12:26:31 GMT -5
I would bet that Erik Griffin will also be at Roo. He's Montez on workaholics and also does a lot of stand-up. As CC is usually a large part of Roo Comedy I can't imagine him not being there. He's got a big gap in an otherwise tight tour.
I know Blake, Ders, and Adam were all on the farm two years ago.
I would love to get some good comedy podcasts on the farm this year. WTF, Doug Loves Movies, You Made it Weird, or How Did This Get Made would all be great and would probably get me into the comedy tent for the first time in 5 years (I say this every year and it never happens).
Marc Maron was there last year so WTF probably won't be happening. I'd love to see How Did This Get Made? They did a show at Bumbershoot this year so definitely are open to festivals. I'd like more of a mix of comedians doing their podcasts and stand-up instead of just stand-up at Roo. As far as I know there haven't been any pod tapings yet. Comedy Bang Bang did a tour last summer to support the IFC show. It'd be incredible if we got that and then solo sets from whatever guests they bring along. James Adomian and Paul F. Tompkins, please!
I think i know why i look so young..im told i look atleast 16....and theyve been sayin this for over 17 years....at 15 i dont know if he was a REAL vampire or not..but i was bitten by him...shoved into the center of a pentragram, was forced to repeat every spell, and generally got sick at 21....at 25 my teeth fell out and the stubs got pulled, at 33 on march 3rd my whole body went into shut down mode .i swear i may be a vampire, a ghoul, a familiar or a warewol
Post by thepeppers on Feb 16, 2013 15:22:04 GMT -5
They will announce the big comedy act with the lineup on Tuesday right? It seems like I remember Aziz being announced when the lineup came out last year.
I am hoping for Louis C.K., Tosh is coming to Roanoke VA on the Tuesday night after Roo. If he is not on the lineup I will just see him then, since I live like a half hour away. After spending a good potion of the day last year getting a ticket for Aziz, and seeing the show it will have to be somebody I am very interested in.
On the Website, it shows that IFC will host the comedy tent. I am guessing we will get at least a couple of acts with IFC ties, Porlandia, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Marc Maron, or the Whites Kids U Know.
Please please pleeaase gift us with a podcast taping rather than a showcase of constant CB!B! guests. Though I suppose the latter wouldn't be so bad. Here are five of the best clips I could find on Youtube to justify my excitement:
And my personal favorite (it's a bit of a slow burn):
Or Chris Rock / Dave Chapelle would be awesome as well
Would be amazing but likely it's too big for Roo. I imagine the shows on that tour (if it definitely happens. Seems like it's heading that way) going a few hours. I'd absolutely to see it happen somehow though.