Is there anyone…ANYONE…better than Paul F. Tompkins? No. No, there is not. What a gem.
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND THANK YOU FOR THIS OLD YEAR.
As we celebrate the end of 2012 and the beginning of the… one after… that (math is not my strong suit) I would like to thank everyone who bought a ticket to a show, downloaded a podcast or purchased an album that I created this year. I am grateful to have nice fans and lucky that anyone pays attention to anything I do at all.
Here is a video from my final Largo show of 2012, and the last one, overall, for a while. I will be sharing more stuff like this with you from the considerable Paul F. Tompkins Show video archive as 2013 (now I get it; it’s like a series of numbers) unfolds. So go on and subscribe to my channel, should it please you.
On to the future. We’ll take a cup of kindness yet!
Credits: Eban Schletter (arrangement & piano), Peter Adams (keyboards), Todd Spahr (guitar), Scott Rodgers (drums), Brandon McCulloch (bass), James Eason (tenor sax), Gabriel Feenberg (trombone), David Ralicke (baritone sax), Jordan Katz (trumpet), Jamie Adams (trumpet), Kathryn Burns & Aubrey Leigh (dancers)
Camera: Nick Reczynski
Special thanks: Cash Hartzell
A fun freelance thing I’ve had the privilege of working on. And sketches, to boot! It’s a great ongoing project. So many opportunities to work with handmade lettering and styles. I love it.
NEVER FORGET UNTIL TOMORROW - Paul
Forget stoner Christmas, tonight is comedy nerd Christmas, with the network television premiere of Patton Oswalt: Finest Hour at 10/9c followed by the world premiere of Paul F. Tompkins: Laboring Under Delusions at 11/10c.
It’s almost like a mass conspiracy designed to kill everyone with good taste via comedy overdose, but it’s totally not that at all. I don’t even know why you would ever suggest something so absurd and definitely untrue.
So This Happened of the Day: Andy Cohen’s creepy need to have Harry Potter cast members read Harry Potter slash fanfic pays off yet again, as The Boy Who Lived himself comfortably recites a snippet from a story about a rather titillating Harry/Ron rendezvous.
In related news, Daniel Radcliffe recently told Time Out London that he found Harry Potter fans to be “a lot less sexually aggressive” than Twilight fans.
Do with that what you will.