Jeff M. Albright: What are some of your favorite memories from your time here in
Tig Notaro: So many great times in
JA: Your comedy LP Live is considered by many to be one of the "instantly legendary" comedic sets of all-time. Do you feel the pressure to recreate that moment with every set or is it more of a moment in time that is unique unto itself?
TN: A moment in time, no doubt. I think the pressure I felt after that set, was more the pressure I typically will put on myself with creating a new hour of stand-up. There is no way I could possibly follow up that CD.
comedy scene is
experiencing a dramatic boom right now both state wide and
nationally. Are there any comedians that are Denver based that you follow
or would like to work with in the future? Denver
TN: Well, I have been friends with Nancy Norton forever at this point and I follow her like a hawk- even stay at her place from time to time. I love
, but she's technically
in Nancy . And you're right, Boulder 's scene does seem to
be exploding. I'm having the most handsome and funny
Andrew Orvedahl host my show and as a fun twist for the
evening, my crazy talented poet pal Andrea Gibson will be
the opener. Its gonna be a good time, no doubt. Denver
JA: If you could give one piece of advice to a comedian who is in their first two years of stand-up comedy what would it be?
TN: Get up on stage constantly. Like, now. You shouldn't even be reading this- you should be on stage.
JA: Being that we are a music store I would be remiss if I didn't ask you what are some of the bands/musicians that are currently on your playlist?
TN: Frightened Rabbit, Lucinda Williams, Wilco, Regina Spector and tons of others.