Poster: Rob Delaney + Janelle James

A black and white and comedic poster by Aaron Eiland for the Rob Delaney / Janelle James show (9/8). Tickets still available for the late show, details below. Parade of Flesh presents . . . Saturday, September 8th, 2012 – 10pm ROB DELANEY – his twitter Janelle James @ Sons of Hermann Hall (SEATED SHOW) 3414 Elm […]

Relevant Links of the Week

Wild Nothing + Lonesome Ghost at Dada 8/28. STREAM: Nocturne, the entire album [via Dazed Digital] INTERVIEW: Wild Nothing Discuss Nocturne Building Something Out of Nothing [via Under the Radar] INTERVIEW: Wild Nothing TalksNocturne, College, Record Stores, And Why He Can’t Listen To Gemini  [via Stereogum] INDIE GOSSIP: Jason Segel Likes Wild Nothing & DIIV [via Stereogum], for the record, obviously so do we! MP3: Lonesome […]

9/08 – ROB DELANEY Late Show Added

The early show is sold out (!). We want ask many people as possible to have some laughs with Rob Delaney and Janelle James, so we added a late show at 10pm. So, hurry and get your tickets and tell all of your friend to, too! Details below: Parade of Flesh presents . . . […]

Janelle James is coming back!!

Female Comedian Janelle James, who kept audiences talking about her hilarious stand-up after she opened up for Todd Barry in May, will be returning to Sons of Hermann Hall as ROB DELANEY‘s direct support in September (tickets selling fast on this, you’ve been warned!). Don’t miss seeing her before she becomes bigger than all the […]

Relevant Links of the Week

Home Groan by Dent May LISTEN: Dent May – “Home Groan” Here’s yet another track from Dent May’s latest album Do Things, which comes out June 12th. That’s 3 days before he kicks off his Do Things tour just for us at Bryan Street Tavern with Browningham and Dim Locator (6/15).   WATCH ‘N LISTEN: […]

New Show: ROB DELANEY (comedy)

Very lucky to announce: Comedian & twitter mastermind ROB DELANEY will be making an appearance in Dallas at the historic Sons of Hermann Hall on September 8th, 2012. 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. […]