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Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood
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May 27, 2021
An icon of counter culture and one third of folk's most revered supergroup, David Crosby has been honing his trademark harmonic style since the early sixties. A contemporary of Dylan, it wasn't until he began writing with The Byrds that he truly found his own voice, beginning with his first solo-record 'If Only I Could Remember My Name' in 1971.
June 4, 2021
Whilst Todd Snider can trace his roots back to Portland, Oregon, his free-wheeling troubadour ways and bluesy, Americana-tinged sounds recalls the distinctly southern style found in Austin, Houston and Atlanta. Exuding wit, warmth, humour and optimism, his music is a salve for troubled times - at turns political and deeply personal, his songcraft has provided a refuge for his own struggles with drug, alcohol addiction and depression.
June 25, 2021
A man of many voices, comedian, actor, writer and producer gears up to bring his hilarious stand up to you this year on the 'Middle-Aged Boy' tour. As the co-creator of two time, Emmy nominated Netflix hit animation Big Mouth, fans will be excited to catch the man behind 30 characters on the show (including the iconic and totally filthy Maurice the Hormone Monster), live as he heads back to his stand up roots!
June 26, 2021
Star on the rise, Andrew Schulz is hitting the road this year as he brings his unique style of stand-up to you! Best known for his starring role in MTV's Guy Code, Schulz is an actor, comedian and podcast host. Since releasing his first comedy special in 2017, Schulz has garnered fans from across the globe!
July 24, 2021
Master improvisers Brad Sherwood and Colin Mochrie have been stunning audiences for decades with their appearances on Whose Line Is It Anyway. Now the two comedy greats are taking their show on the road. Just like Whose Line, the show is completely made up on the night, with Brad and Colin taking their cues from audience suggestions.
713 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701
Opening in 1915 as the Majestic Theatre, the Paramount converted to a movie palace in the 1920s. Holding a special place in movie history, the building has hosted the world premieres of many iconic films throughout the years, including 1966's Batman and Pleasantville. It continues cinema screenings to this day, alongside its packed schedule of stand-up shows and concerts.
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