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Sup Doc Featured on Splitsider!

The cool comedy news website Splitsider featured us in their comedy podcast roundup with a sweet write up about Ep 73 Some Kind Of Monster with comedian Dana Gould! The comedy podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We’re here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows and …

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Sup Doc Named Top 10 Documentary Podcast!

Sup Doc Named Top 10 Documentary Podcast

If you love documentaries you cannot miss these Podcasts For documentary lovers and filmmakers there is a rich list of Podcasts with different profiles and spoken in hundreds of languages. Guidedoc has selected for you 10 Podcast, some are specialized in the genre and others are sound documentaries themselves, but each of them can help you sharpen your documentary ear. …

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SF Chronicle – Great Press For SF Comedy Roast Rumble!

Roast BattleSF in the SF Chonicle

From the front page of the SF Chronicle Datebook section March 11th 2016 It takes a very specific skill set to effectively and hilariously insult another human being. And that’s what local comedians showcased — or tried to — during the one-night-only Comedy Roast BattleSF on Thursday night, March 10, a joke-to-joke showdown that pitted comedians against each other to …

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INTERVIEW KGO Radio Pat Thurston with Comedian Paco Romane

Pat Thurston KGO Radio interview with Paco Romane

I was on KGO Radio for a full hour and was interviewed by KGO radio host Pat Thurston. We talk about Michigan, my comedy album Shaped Like A Thumb, Tom Waits and a whole slew of other topics. Pat brought up that comedians need to be paid more and I couldn’t agree more! Really fun interview! Listen Up!

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REVIEW + INTERVIEW: PACO ROMANE’S “SHAPED LIKE A THUMB”

Paco Romane Shaped Like A Thumb CD

REVIEW + INTERVIEW: PACO ROMANE’S “SHAPED LIKE A THUMB” Paco seems distracted. This was to be his fond farewell from San Francisco, but his ex had other plans (with her Salsa instructor). To mitigate the fear of the unknown, we naturally steel ourselves in acceptance. Whatever change gon’ come, it’s as real as it feels committed to, tangible in expectation. …

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READ THIS: SF Comedian Records Debut Comedy Record

For almost a decade comedian Paco Romane has established a spot for himself in the City’s home-grown comedy club circuit. Always eager to work if he was not able to find a gig, he created one; like his show “The Romane Event.” This March 11, he will be reaching a milestone that some say is long overdue. Paco Romane will …

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Voted BEST COMEDIAN SF Weekly

Best Of The Bay SF Weekly

In 2012 I was voted Best Comedian in the Best Of The Bay edition of the SF Weekly. Actually it was a 3 way tie but a win is still a win! I’ll take it. I was lucky enough to be voted along with 2 other very funny and talented comedians Marga Gomez and Casey Ley!

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Voted BEST COMEDIAN SF Bay Guardian

Best Comedian: SF Bay Guardian

I was lucky enough to be voted Best Comedian by The San Francisco Bay Guardian in 2005. Up until then only Robin Williams had been voted Best Comedian and for that I was obviously incredibly humbled. I also truly believed that I didn’t deserve such praise. At that point in my career I hadn’t even done stand-up. I hosted The …

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I Won A Jimmy Gunn Bay Area Stand Up Comedy Award!

Honored to be a recipient of The KEEP AN EYE OUT AWARD by Jimmy Gunn. This is a really talented line-up of comedians! Now bring on the money, ladies and an over-zealous posse. Every year Bay Area comedy legend Jimmy Gunn hosts the “Jimmy Gunn Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy Awards”. He asks that members of the community write in to him the names …

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