Josh Gondelman's DANCING ON A WEEKNIGHT Out On Vinyl and Anywhere Comedy is Streamed or Sold Digitally
In his newest hour, Dancing On a Weeknight, Josh Gondelman continues to demonstrate a brand of kindness and calm that is all his own. While celebrating his wife's wisdom, ruminating on the joy of living with a pug and sharing with the crowd a hilarious private moment from his wedding, he disarms the audience and gets comfortable in a way most comedians do not. So... get comfortable, throw on Josh's newest hour and by the end of it, we expect you'll be so excited that you may be Dancing On a Weeknight as well.
Josh Gondelman is a writer and comedian who incubated in Boston before moving to New York City, where he currently lives and works as a writer and producer for Desus and Mero on Showtime. Previously, he spent five years at Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, first as a web producer and then as a staff writer, where he won three Emmy awards. In 2016, Gondelman made his late night standup debut on Conan (TBS), and he recently made his network tv debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC). Josh's upcoming album Dancing On a Weeknight is available April 19th on Blonde Medicine Records. His last comedy album Physical Whisper debuted in March of 2016 at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts as well as #4 on the Billboard comedy chart and stayed there for...well...longer than he expected, honestly.
Offstage, Josh has earned two Peabody Awards, three Emmy awards, and two WGA Awards for his work on Last Week Tonight. He is also the co-author (along with Joe Berkowitz) of the book You Blew It, published October 2015 by Plume. His follow-up, Nice Try, is set to come out Fall 2019 through Harper Perennial. In the past, Josh has written for Fuse TV's Billy On The Street. His writing has also appeared in prestigious publications such as McSweeney's Internet Tendency, New York Magazine, and The New Yorker.
Gondelman is the co-creator and co-author of the Shorty Award-winning Modern Seinfeld Twitter account, and his own Twitter feed was named the year's best by Paste Magazine in 2015.
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