"New BART Trains" by Sean Keane. Recorded Live at the Dark Room Theater.

Bucky Sinister and Sean Keane in... Plan B

  • Bucky Sinister: A Plan B town is a town you don't necessarily want to you go to, but you might end up.
  • Sean Keane: And they're all named after mean stepdads...[beat] EUGENE!
  • [Paraphrase]

[Great interview between Anthony Bedard and Sean Keane as Keane gears up for a the major, major transition from SF to LA.]

punchlinesf:

Get some comedic catharsis tonight at 8pm! Call 415-397-7573 for tickets! #sanfrancisco #sf #415 #sfcomedy

punchlinesf:

Get some comedic catharsis tonight at 8pm! Call 415-397-7573 for tickets! #sanfrancisco #sf #415 #sfcomedy

seankeane:

San Francisco’s alternative paper of record was nice enough to give me a “Goldie” - the Guardian Outstanding Local Discovery Award - which is almost as nice as when Laughspin said they had “never heard of me” last month.

Honestly it is a very nice profile by George McIntire, and I hope I don’t come off looking like too much of an asshole, either in my quotes or my photo. (There were some test shots where I was shirtless under my suit jacket, standing in a tunnel… I don’t want to talk about it.) It’s also a paper that I would read voraciously when I was younger - I don’t think I ever felt cooler than flipping through the Bay Guardian at Blondie’s Pizza after buying used CDs at Rasputin’s. Cheap Eats! Tom Tomorrow! Frightening but intriguing ads for escort services!

Anyway, this is really a testament to all the talented and hilarious people I get to work with all the time (Chris, Alex, Bucky, Caitlin, Anna, Joey, Kevin, Nato, Emily, etc.), all the comics who have helped me out over the years (Moshe, Louis, Ali, Sheng, etc.), and everyone who comes to shows, particularly The Business. And as Ashton Kutcher and Kevin Costner would both attest, it is an honor just to be featured in The Guardian.

[Congrats, Sean! Making us proud, nicest around.]

seankeane:

Some Sean Keane standup from last week, about the NFC Championship Game, Richard Sherman, and World War II. From The Business SF.

(Source: sportscentr)

seankeane:

Caitlin and I love sports!

seankeane:

Caitlin and I love sports!

seankeane:

I collaborated with Amy Miller on an important look at Twitter reactions to celebrity death. Summary: everyone is a hack, the search box is your friend, and Amy will be a mess in the unlikely event of Dolly Parton’s death.

Amy is very funny, so go see her in person this weekend at the Sacramento…

[This was written during Lou Reed’s farewell fallout, but its sentiment is pertinent on days like today.]

(Source: amymillercomedy)