Kids in the Hall’s Dave Foley to release “Relatively Well” on Sept. 24th
Dave Foley takes stock of his life, and the world around him, and figures that it’s going “Relatively Well” in his new stand-up special to be released by New Wave Dynamics as CD, DVD, and digitally on September 24, 2013.
Dave Foley’s new stand-up album, Relatively Well will be released by New Wave Dynamics on CD and DVD on September 24, 2013.
The album follows Dave’s side-splitting journey to make the best of a world that seems intent on crushing his spirit. He’s doing OK, but the people who don’t believe in science, or think that not saying certain words will make problems disappear aren’t making it any easier. He goes into the similarities between Mitt Romney’s campaign and certain Hollywood flops, the plight of the atheist, and how someone tests the elasticity of body parts. Throw in his ex-wife and his mistakes in love, and you’ll see why he’s doing “Relatively Well.”
Dave Foley came to prominence in the 90s as a break-out member of the iconic sketch show Kids In The Hall. He starred in the critically-acclaimed NBC sitcom Newsradio, and voiced the lead in Pixar’s A Bug’s Life. Since then he’s been a distinctive presence on TV, films, and animation, such as Dan Vs., It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, The Wrong Guy, Monster’s University, and How To Be A Gentleman.
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