Robert Dean's Comedy Album '(It's Not Easy) Being Dean' Out 4/12 on Sure Thing Records

April 6, 2018

 

Comedy Central "Comic to Watch" Robert Dean's stand-up comedy album, (It's Not Easy) Being Dean, will be released on Sure Thing Records April 12th, and the album is currently available for pre-order at www.beingdean.com. It was recorded at the New York Comedy Festival in 2017.

 

Listen to "The Zeppole Guy Joke" here: https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/03/robert-dean.html

Pre-order album at www.beingdean.com

 

No topic is off-limits for Robert on (It's Not Easy) Being Dean, covering everything from eyebrow size insecurities (Baby Eyebrows) to sexual identity crises (The Kiss Down) to the therapist who forgot his first name, repeatedly (Am I Bob Yet?). In celebration of the album's release, Robert will be embarking on a cross-country tour, traveling exclusively by Amtrak.

 

Track listing:

1.    Introduction and Applause

2.    Am I Bob Yet?

3.    Richard Dean

4.    Grandma Grandpa

5.    Baby Eyebrows

6.    Small Talk

7.    Thomas Bahamas

8.    Other Funny Names

9.    Ulcerative Colitis

10.  Tshirt Underwear

11.  I’m Alone

12.  Hibachi

13.  Macaroons

14.  The Zeppole Guy Joke

15.  Waffles Only

16.  Tic Tacs

17.  I’m a Good Mayor

18.  Wolves: A Powerpoint Presentation

19.  The Kiss Down

20.  Conclusion and Applause

 

Catalogue STR-013: "(It's Not Easy) Being Dean"
Recorded live at New York Comedy Club, 11/12/17
Written and performed by Robert Dean
Produced by Duncan Carson and Brendan K. O'Grady with Robert Dean
Sound editing, mix and master by Dustin Svehlak
Art Design by Robert Dean
Cover photo by Mindy Tucker

 

About Robert Dean:

 

Robert Dean has been featured on WNYC's 2 Dope Queens Podcast, AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live and on Comedy Central Half Hour as Sexy Abraham Lincoln Lobster Man. In recent years Dean has performed at the most renowned shows and venues around the country, including Whiplash, Meltdown, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, the Woodstock Comedy Festival and the Brooklyn Comedy Festival. Robert’s work has been written about and seen in numerous media outlets, including News Channel 12, Time Out NY, and the Huffington Post. He also opened a wildly successful museum devoted to himself for one night only. Robert received over 60,000 views on YouTube and the attention of Jon Taffer for his Bar Rescue/Cheers parody. Check out all of his videos at www.RobertDeandotcom.com.

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