Comedian Danny Lobell Releases 'The Nicest Boy in Barcelona' Today
Danny Lobell is a miracle worker, mouth trumpeter, newlywed, and civil rights inactivist-and he's a bit of a snitch. He is also the creator and host of a monthly Hollywood Improv show Bookshelf and two podcasts Modern Day Philosophers and the Mostly BULL Market; an international touring comedian who knows his way around a long-form call-back and a time-use journal; a fake alcoholic and a fake boat owner; and a Scottish Jew who knows time travel really isn't for him.
Recorded live in Barcelona-a hospitable if ham-heavy home-away-from-home-the latest from Stand Up! Records is an instant classic full of jingles, hot-dog cart hijinks, and, of course, the joy that only The Nicest Boy in Barcelona can bring you.
In 2004, Danny Lobell started one of the very first podcasts called Comical Radio which lasted more than eight years and included more than 1,000 interviews with comedians and entertainers including George Carlin, Chris Rock, Billy Connelly, Patrice O'Neal, Jackie Mason, Larry King, Demetri Martin and Daniel Tosh. Even comedy podcast king Marc MARON name drops Lobell as one of the first to pioneer this (then) new format.
ABOUT STAND UP! RECORDS Stand Up! Records is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and run by Grammy-winning comedy producer Dan Schlissel. With a growing catalog and more than 165+ releases, they have a 16-year history as a champion of the underdog. More than just a record label it is a comedy brand juggernaut; combining comedy, great art, a Roku Stand Up! Channel, discovering new talent, founding comedy festivals and also producing cool stuff.