In debating whether all comedians are inherently sad clowns, the name Josh Gondelman is routinely brought up to refute such claims as he is undeniably a positive light of a human being and also undeniably funny.
Dancing on a Weeknight marks Gondelman’s third album and further proof that his cleverness, command of the English language, and his beautifully open-minded perspective on the world can provide for a hysterical voice in comedy. Having worked the writing rooms of Last Week Tonight and Desus and Mero, Josh knows how to write a brutal punchline and his very sharp writing gets more surprising with his calm, easing voice and delivery.
Dancing on a Weeknight is now available from Blonde Medicine. Go get it and enjoy it on any night (or day) here.