Stand up comedians are modern artists. It takes a lot of courage and it is hard to say things a comic says about hard subjects like religion, war, hatred, racism, slavery, corruption, bankers. Comics talk about things that people want to be said by someone first. Audience expects their lives to be observed, analyzed and judged. A lot of people wants to hear about socially unacceptable things, and maybe even illegal things to be voiced by someone in a smart, funny and creative way to make us all cross the forbidden line and laugh at injustice and hypocrisy.
Stand-up comedy is a very competitive industry, a lot of people wash out because they didn’t confidence and they don’t know how to properly deliver a joke. I want to introduce you top comedians who earned strong reputation and became independent, they are no longer afraid. There is no taboo subjects for them and you can finally hear the truth in most honest in the most hilarious way. I want you to witness it, I want you share it with people close to you, just like I did.
He is the most successful and most independent comic on stage. You can always relate to him when he talks about the relationship, family, and children and how jaded and spoiled people get sometimes. He doesn't hold back and filter his language because he is very professional comic and knows how to do it really well. Louis CK is probably the most popular comic on stage.
Stand up specials
2001 - Live in Houston
2005 - One Night Stand
2007 - Shameless Legendary
2008 - Chewed Up Highly recommended
2010-2011 - Hilarious Recommended
2011 - Live at the Beacon Theater
2012 - WORD Live at Carnegie Hall
2013 - Oh My God
2007 - Emotionally Unavailable: Expanded Edition
2008 - Why Do I Do This Recommended
2010 - Let It Go Highly recommended
2012 - You People Are All The Same Cheery on top
2014 - I’m sorry you feel that way I love it
George Carlin is legendary comedian and an artist. He inspired people and gave courage to voice their beliefs and tell the truth. His attitude towards life with wisdom and truth made him very memorable. In his 40 Years of Comedy, George earned his place on the air and even though his work was censored, he was honest with his audience and truthful to himself. If you never met him there are thousands George Carlin performance videos on YouTube. For many people he became a hero who created new higher standards of comedy performance, he saw things that brings all people together, with George Carling freedom of speech was real.
1990 - Doin It Again
1992 - Jammin' in New York
1996 - Back in Town
1997 - George Carlin 40 Years of Comedy
1999 - You Are All Diseased
2001 - Complaints and Grievances
2005 - Life Is Worth Losing
2008 - It's Bad for Ya