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Comedian Mike Lawrence at the Mill Room Tonight

Posted on the 01 November 2013 by Citizenthymes @citizenthymes

From the Facebook Event Page:

Join us for what will prove to be a hilarious evening as we kick off the first of many great comedy nights brought to you by your friends at Asheville Brewing Co.

Shows at 7:00pm and 9:30pm

Mike Lawrence is a New York City based comedian who has been featured as a stand-up on TBS’ Conan, and for Comedy Central appeared on “John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show” twice and had his own episode of the Half Hour. He wrote and performed a segment for FX’s Totally Biased and appeared as the focal point of an episode of Toy Hunter on the Travel Channel. He’s appeared on many notable podcasts including the Adam Carolla Show, WTF with Marc Maron, You Made it Weird with Pete Holmes and the Artie Lange Show. When he’s not working in NYC’s best clubs or headlining on the road he can be seen featuring for the likes of John Oliver, Marc Maron and Tom Papa, who shortly thereafter hired Lawrence as a writer for his pilot. He was one of the “New Faces” at the 2010 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and was back with Just For Laughs in 2012 doing their Festivals in both Chicago and Montreal, and recorded a set there for HBO Canada’s Funny as Hell. His debut album “Sadamantium” was released by Comedy Central Records in conjunction with the debut of his half hour special.

Check out a clip:

Tanner Inman is a fearless and unique performer who will dominate any stage he may find. He is deliberately the artistic genius and village idiot all at once. An experimental comic’s comic who still possesses the ability to appeal to the rest of the world. Tanner is not one to be missed. Winner of 2011 Creative Loafing’s Best Comedian in Atlanta and 2009 Atlanta Stands Up Andy Kaufman award.

Here is a clip of Mike performing:

This will be an epic show. After listening to Mike on WTF with Marc Maron I have no doubt tonight will be a hell of a good time.

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