Had a great night at my debut comedy record recording. Incredible night. THANKS to everyone that came out to support my record recording show.
It was a SOLD OUT house at Doc’s Lab. The audience was INSANE! Just incredible. And I have it all on tape and in the can. 45 min of audio AND video.
Thanks to Tony Sparks, Emily Epstein-White, Chad Opitz, and Zack Chapaloni for the wonderful and inspiring sets. Thanks to Michael Dylan Casey, Kurt Weitzmann and Michael Capozzola for recording the show and being so professional. And HUGE THANKS to Jeff Zamaria for having me at the Lab, for being SF’s comedy cornerstone and for just being one hell of a great guy. And of course the biggest wettest kiss to my friends, family and fans that made it out.
Now I have to get to editing and getting this lil comedy cd out there. #ShapedLikeAThumb
Comedy Record Recording! WEDNESDAY MARCH 11TH!
(Click on the Link for Ticket info)
On Wednesday March 11th Paco Romane is thrilled to be recording his debut comedy record at Doc’s Lab, the San Francisco club formerly known as the Purple Onion. The legendary venue has been the setting for recordings by the Smothers Brothers, Zach Galifianakis, Bob Newhart, Phyllis Diller, and many others. Paco has appeared on Comedy Central, NPR, Nickelodeon, and has appeared on many national commercials. He is also a critically acclaimed and award-winning comedian and filmmaker. He was twice voted “Best Comedian” by the SF Weekly and the San Francisco Bay Guardian.
Read this article for a “behind the scene” look at Paco Romane and his upcoming CD record recording.
He has established himself as one of the San Francisco comedy scene’s favorite comedians, and his energetic, self-deprecating comedic style is a hit with audiences across the country. Paco uses his experience as an improv/sketch comedian to take just about any live moment and spin it into his act. He has been described as a mix of your favorite uncle with just a pinch of Jack Black. Bookers have called Romane, “a favorite with crowds because he brings energy, improv and great observations into his act-he is one of the most engaging comedians!”
In a recent interview, KQED recently said, “Paco keeps audiences coming back with gigs and TV appearances.” NBC Bay Area added, “Years of success have kept Paco Romane at the top of the Bay Area comedy scene” and the Digital Journal remarked “to call Paco Romane an original is no exaggeration” while SF Sketchfest producer Cole Stratton weighed in, “Like SF Sketchfest, Paco is a mash-up of all things funny — sketch, stand-up, improv, you name it”. The SF Haight-Ashbury Beat commented “Paco Romane is a genius when it comes to developing characters.” Paco recently appeared on Comedy Central’s Drunk History and has written for the Gilbert Gottfried roast. He’s also a company member of Killing My Lobster (SF’s Premier Sketch Comedy Group). He has performed in many films, plays, and a number of national commercials.
Paco is also the producer and host of The Romane Event Comedy Show one of San Francisco’s longest-running comedy shows, The Romane Event brings together the best of Bay Area comedians — from veterans, legends to up-and-comers — and national acts for a night of big laughs. This comedy institution will leave you in stitches, so come out and enjoy a hilarious evening that’s been praised by The Onion and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Where: Doc’s Lab
124 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, CA, 94133
When: Wed March 11th 2015
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: $10 (super cheap!)
Why: Cause I need your laughs on my cd!