This girl's got sass. After questioning a silent audience member at Mottley's Comedy Club in Boston who Kelly MacFarland presumed was questioning her running regimen: "I lost weight a few years ago, and then I was hungry and I was like 'F--k this, I need a cake!" Awarded Best of the Fest at the 2010 Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, MacFarland's debut album, Bombshell is the result of that win. And she still feels victorious here. Instead of worrying about her weight or how she looks when she runs in "One Sports Bra," MacFarland mocks "The Tinys" and their women whose behavior is annoying, dumb and unnatural. Her lengthiest bit covers two tracks near the end of her set in which he discusses how sneezing is different for dumb girls than for normal people, or even for herself.
There's nothing particularly topical discussed on Bombshell, so the material never will become outdated. She's very charismatic and audiences easily love and root for her. Bombshell offers 19 tracks, plus two bonus tracks in which MacFarland pauses to find out more about specific audience members.
©2011 Kelly MacFarland (P)2011 Rooftop Comedy Productions
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