Julian McCullough | Mike Logan (standup comedy)
Time & Location
About The Event
8pm show, 7:30 doors
$15 online, $20 day of show
Visit our neighbors, Sleepwalker Ales or REO Town Pub, for refreshments before and after the show!
Juilian McCullough came in first place at the New York City Comedy Festival In 2008. He has appeared as a guest comic on several television shows, including Comedy Central Presents, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Funny as Hell, Larry King Now, Conan, All Growz Up with Melinda Hill, the NPR series This American Life, and the MTV series Money From Strangers. He was a contributor to the MTV2 program Guy Code during its first two seasons in 2011 and 2012. He has also been a frequent round table guest on the E! series Chelsea Lately since 2012, and was the sidekick to Whitney Cummings on the short-lived talk show Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings in 2012 to 2013. McCullough has also hosted three specials on VH1 and has been a featured guest on various shows, including World's Funniest (2015), Acting Out (2016), and Laugh Factory (2014-2018).
In 2018, McCullough produced his first comedy special with Comedy Central entitled " Julian McCullough: Maybe I'm a Man."
In May 2019, McCullough became the co-host of Comedy Central’s first lifestyle podcast, alongside comedian Sean O'Connor. Entitled "Your 2 Dads w/ Sean and Julian," it is a comedic twist on the enormously popular mom-blog/parent-media genre. O’Connor and McCullough dive into the often unintentionally hilarious world of life’s second-hardest job (moms will know what’s first!) to share their stories and opinions about parenting from dad’s point of view.
Mike Logan was voted 2006's Time magazine person of the year. He's opened for the likes of Chris Kattan Jimmy Walker, TJ Miller and Gilbert Godfried and Chris Tucker once told him "You funny man!" Mike has performed at Gilda's Laughfest the Maumee Mary and Joseph Comedy Festival and the SXSW Comedy Festival. He is co host of the popular movie review podcast "This Better Be Good". He likes to bring a unique perspective to the human condition, touching on topics ranging from race relations to hating his daughter's crush.
Aaron Putnam got his start in comedy while taking classes at UCB NY. He is also a graduate of David Mamet Atlantic Theatre Company’s two year program. He found out quickly that the only drama he likes is his own, so he quit doing plays and auditioning and dove fully into improv. This is where he learned his most important lesson to this day, and that is: to BOMB! NIGHT AFTER NIGHT! Being the real ass dude he is, he thought it was rude to take all those innocent improvisers with him, so he started doing open mic stand up all over NYC. That was 2011 — flash forward to today: Aaron Putnam is a Chicago-based comic and the founder of Stand Up in Recovery where comics put on shows at recovery centers across the country. He has opened for Doug Stanhope, Erik Griffin, Robert Kelly, and many more. At this point you might be saying “I wanna know about the DRAMA, the RECOVERY, etc.” The truth is on paper and it’s downright scary, but when told on stage, through a mic — hilarious.
Aaron has performed at Gotham Comedy Club, The World Famous Comedy Store in LA.…and a Regular at Laugh Factory Chicago