Monthly Archives: December 2014

Dan Will Be on ViVisectView KRBX this Friday at ~11AM MST

With today’s release of Ho, Christmas Tree on CD, Dan has decided to bless Boise radio with his presence this Friday to talk with Thomas Paul and Gabe Zawaideh of V3 about the album and it’s world-record-holding status.  It’s going to be fun and excitement, so tune in at around 11 AM MST (Moon Standard Time) to 93.5FM (downtown Boise), 89.9FM (greater Treasure Valley), or stream at www.radioboise.us!

Episode 28 – Santa Bear

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Merry War on Christmas!  This episode, Dan and Jay discuss their first Christmas album, the compilation/sketch album “This Ho Is On Us,” which they followed up with 2001’s more traditional sketch album “Follow That Ho!”  Also, “Ho, Christmas Tree!” the CD drops tomorrow, Tuesday, December 16th!  You can pre-order at ho.stolendress.com until our distributor gets their stuff together.  You can also still order the WORLD’S SMALLEST COMEDY ALBUM IN HISTORY.

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The Ho, Christmas Tree CD Will Be Released December 16!

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Thanks to everyone who’s downloaded the album or bought the smallest comedy album in the world.  We wanted to take up this space on your screen to announce that the CD is coming out next week, Tuesday, December 16th!  It includes all 20 tracks and full-color art in one of those jewel cases you might just throw away (we recommend repurposing them as pill containers or as an inconveniently-thin gelatin mold).  The first 10 people to e-mail us a copy of their receipt will get a Toeloflex™ Band in the mail along with some weird personalized thing.  When you get your CD, e-mail jay AT danandjay DOT com.

As a reminder, you can download the digital album for free at: app.box.com/HoChristmasTree

And purchase THE SMALLEST COMEDY ALBUM IN THE WORLD at: ho.stolendress.com

Thanks and Merry War on Christmas,
Dan and Jay

Episode 27 – Thanksgiving Crossover Special

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This week, the Comedy on Vinyl podcast and the Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour podcast cross paths.  Right in the middle of wrapping up their latest sketch comedy album Ho, Christmas Tree!, an increasingly drunk Jay (Jason to you vinyl folks) and Dan discuss the creation of this, the SMALLEST COMEDY ALBUM IN HISTORY.  At 1.7cm square, the album comes packaged on a MicroSD card packed with the album and audio and video extras.

It’s also a FREE download, available at ho.stolendress.com, with CDs available shortly thereafter.   It’s a sketch album, naturally, featuring the talents of James Urbaniak, Philip Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, Jeremy Guskin, Allen Rueckert and a number of other wonderful talents.

Find DJCHOUR on Twitter #HoChristmasTree
Do the same for Dan Gomiller & Jason Klamm
Subscribe to Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour on iTunes
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Call and leave us a voicemail: 208-557-3524 (DJCH)
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Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Dan Gomiller

Comedy on Vinyl is recorded at Fort Awesome Studios in beautiful downtown Burbank. The samples played in these non-commercial (see: free) podcasts are used without permission under the provisions of fair use for the sake of commentary, and are intended to sell more albums, not to endorse Vinyl Piracy.  Please subscribe to us on iTunes, follow us on Twitter and like us at the Facebooks.

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A Note on Ho, Christmas Tree

A quick thank you for all the kind responses we’ve gotten over the last almost week since the release of Ho, Christmas Tree!  A quick note that pretty much everything we released about the first physical copy was inaccurate in one way – the sleeves are 1.7cm, not 1.2cm, squared.  One typo stuck in Jay’s brain, and then the misinformation came out like a one-man game of telephone.  That said, it remains THE SMALLEST COMEDY ALBUM IN HISTORY, and anyone who has already purchased a copy has been offered a refund (with no one yet taking us up on the offer).

Any questions?  Let us know!  And let us know what you think!