A life-long stand-up comedian, self-diagnosed as “100% Irish”, Greg Fitzsimmons has a whimsical sense of humor that will leave you smiling ear-to-ear. Greg discussed the creative process as a regular commentator on the hit VH1 series, ‘I love the ’70s/’80s/’90s.’ In addition, he described a time when he, Bill Burr, and Joe Rogan witnessed the rise of standup comedy in a Chinese Restaurant. You had to be there.
Everything from his first performance on Letterman (which will move you to tears), to the science behind why people get so gassy on airplanes and why you should do something about it, was par for the course. Now grab some headphones and get ready to laugh.
Follow all Greg’s upcoming tour dates at his website HERE, and you can listen to The Greg Fitzsimmons Show on SiriusXM Howard 101 Monday nights at 5 PM, and of course listen to his vastly superior podcast, Fitzdog Radio, twice-weekly.
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