Vinyl LP pressing. In his unprecedented sixth stand-up special, Noble Ape, comedy powerhouse Jim Gaffigan gets personal as he discusses the medical crisis that hit his wife and family, which almost led to his retirement. Using his signature everyman humor to deal with the unthinkable, Gaffigan proves why the Wall Street Journal called him the "King of Clean comedy." It was recorded live at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA after a sold out North American Tour of theaters and arenas. "Finding the humor in Jeannie's brain tumor was not only therapeutic, but I soon realized it resonated with audiences. We've all been in those moments of medical crisis and it's good to laugh about it," said Gaffigan.
Vinyl LP pressing. In his unprecedented sixth stand-up special, Noble Ape, comedy powerhouse Jim Gaffigan gets personal as he discusses the medical crisis that hit his wife and family, which almost led to his retirement. Using his signature everyman humor to deal with the unthinkable, Gaffigan proves why the Wall Street Journal called him the "King of Clean comedy." It was recorded live at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA after a sold out North American Tour of theaters and arenas. "Finding the humor in Jeannie's brain tumor was not only therapeutic, but I soon realized it resonated with audiences. We've all been in those moments of medical crisis and it's good to laugh about it," said Gaffigan.
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Noble Ape [LP]
Artist: Jim Gaffigan
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Vinyl LP pressing. In his unprecedented sixth stand-up special, Noble Ape, comedy powerhouse Jim Gaffigan gets personal as he discusses the medical crisis that hit his wife and family, which almost led to his retirement. Using his signature everyman humor to deal with the unthinkable, Gaffigan proves why the Wall Street Journal called him the "King of Clean comedy." It was recorded live at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA after a sold out North American Tour of theaters and arenas. "Finding the humor in Jeannie's brain tumor was not only therapeutic, but I soon realized it resonated with audiences. We've all been in those moments of medical crisis and it's good to laugh about it," said Gaffigan.