This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, the boys are back in town, hot on the heels of WrestleMania 32. They all weigh in with their thoughts on professional wrestling’s biggest night, along with the evolution of women’s wrestling. It’s not all high flyin’ and elbow drops, as they turn their attention to the […]
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Monster Energy and Idol Roc Entertainment are proud to announce that renowned comedian Andrew Dice Clay will be headlining the Comedy leg of the 2016 Monster Energy Outbreak Tour. The tour will kick off Saturday, May 7 in San Francisco, CA at the Warfield Theatre and wrap up Friday, May 20 in Montclair, NJ at […]
Still looking for that hot ticket for New Year’s Eve? Look no further than the legendary Andrew Dice Clay‘s new comedy special, ‘Indestructible’. His first televised special in 17 years is set to air this evening, Monday, Dec. 31, at 10 p.m. on Showtime. From the moment he takes the stage to the closing credits, […]
Metal Blade recording artists and That Metal Show hosts Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson will be hitting the road at the end of February. They’ll be performing their comedy routines on a short string of dates as the openers for the legendary Andrew Dice Clay. The tour begins February 26th at Comedy Zone in Charlotte, NC. The list of dates is below, […]
In anticipation of the upcoming release of Live and Hilarious, donjamieson.com has been given a complete redesign and has been re-launched. At donjamieson.com, fans will find video clips from That Metal Show, the latest news and tour dates, live audio, photos, and a store where Live and Hilarious can be purchased! Head on over to donjamieson.com to check out the updates […]
Comedian Don Jamieson is set to release his debut album, Live and Hilarious, on April 26th, 2011 via Metal Blade Records. The album was recorded at Bar Anticipation (or “Bar A”, as we’ve been told it’s referred to as over in Jersey) on January 30th, 2011 in front of a room packed full of comedy and metal […]
We catch up with comedian Don Jamieson to discuss his metal roots, what drove him to pursue comedy as a career, ‘That Metal Show’ and what the future holds for one of comedy’s brightest stars.