Browsing Tag kelly carlin

New George Carlin album in the works (Exclusive)

New George Carlin album in the works (Exclusive)

By | July 3, 2014 at 4:32 pm | No comments

On the heels of the New York City Council’s decision to rename a city street after the late, legendary George Carlin, Laughspin hears there may be a new George Carlin album released in the coming months—not to mention a totally revamped GeorgeCarlin.com. Details are sparse...

Posted in: feature slider, News

George Carlin’s daughter Kelly lands deal to write a memoir

George Carlin’s daughter Kelly lands deal to write a memoir

By | November 22, 2013 at 12:03 am | No comments

George Carlin's only child, daughter Kelly Carlin has inked a deal to write a memoir for St. Martin's Press titled A Carlin Home Companion, based on her long-running live show by the same name. Like the show, the book will focus on Kelly's relationship with her late father,...

Posted in: News, TV/Movies

After a year of opposition, board approves George Carlin street naming in New York City

After a year of opposition, board approves George Carlin street naming in New York City

By | October 21, 2012 at 10:57 pm | One comment

After more than a year of severe opposition from the Corpus Cristi church, the plan to co-name a portion of Manhattan's W. 121st Street after the late, great George Carlin was approved by a community board this week. New York comedian Kevin Bartini, the man behind the movement...

Posted in: Audio/Video, feature slider, News

Catholic Church fights against George Carlin street naming

Catholic Church fights against George Carlin street naming

By | March 2, 2012 at 12:20 pm | 6 comments

A storm has been brewing on the Upper West Side of New York City. And it's all George Carlin's fault. Sort of. We've been keeping you updated on comedian Kevin Bartini's charge to rename the 500 block of W. 121st St. after the late legendary comedian. A meeting was held last...

Posted in: feature slider, News

Kelly Carlin will interview Robin Williams, Eddie Izzard, more on new SiriusXM show

Kelly Carlin will interview Robin Williams, Eddie Izzard, more on new SiriusXM show

By | February 9, 2012 at 11:15 pm | No comments

If you've ever just heard of the A Carlin Home Companion, images of a cramped-in radio station with the most subversive comedic voices in comedy talking about what's wrong with the world would most likely come up. However, while having those types of comedians that both knew and...

Posted in: feature slider, News

Watch Louis C.K.’s tribute to George Carlin: “I can be like George”

Watch Louis C.K.’s tribute to George Carlin: “I can be like George”

By | September 6, 2011 at 10:21 am | No comments

In March of last year, I was lucky enough to be sitting in the second row of a George Carlin tribute produced by the New York Public Library. I was surrounded by the likes of Steve Martin, Ben Stiller (and his parents) as well as Richard Pryor's daughter Rain and Lenny Bruce's...

Posted in: Audio/Video, feature slider, News

“A Carlin Home Companion” brings the comedy legend back to life at Just For Laughs

“A Carlin Home Companion” brings the comedy legend back to life at Just For Laughs

By | July 29, 2011 at 12:02 pm | 2 comments

MONTREAL -- Garrison Keillor may not have deigned to perform a monologue of “The Seven Dirty Words” in a surprise guest appearance, but A Carlin Home Companion – forgive me, NPR – didn’t require any public broadcasting credentials to classify as a best of the fest...

Posted in: feature slider, News, Reviews

Lee Camp: Chaos For The Weary

By | February 23, 2011 at 11:40 pm | No comments

As perceptive and profane and profound as Lee Camp can be, he really does not represent a generation of new comic as much as the regeneration of an old one: George Carlin. Lucky him! Lucky us! His antic and intensely interesting new CD from Stand Up! Records, Chaos for the...

Posted in: Reviews

George Carlin: The comedy legend’s daughter talks to Punchline Magazine about his ‘Last Words’

By | November 18, 2009 at 10:28 am | No comments

After decades of setting the bar for stand-up comedy, George Carlin displayed a rare bit of bad timing by dying last year, just as we needed him most. In a career that included over two dozen comedy records, 14 HBO hour specials and three books, it’s remarkable to think how...

Posted in: Features