Bryan Bruner is a real guy’s comic. He feels your pain from when you drunkenly fall off the chair and hurt your pride. He feels the strain in your wallet when you go to the cupboard and discover that you’re out of Doritos. If your looking for a comparison, Bruner might best be described as a poor man’s Nick Swardson. And by poor I mean that it’s likely he doesn’t have gas money until he finishes his set and it’s likely he still owes his pot dealer fifty bucks.
He has a boyish, frat boy humor about him. His comedy, however, is never cheap. Because of these constant threats - that may or may not be true, we’ll never tell - it’s a fact that Bruner needs to be funny if he’s ever going to get into the black. And he delivers on his album, in conjunction with Rooftop Comedy Productions, entitled Welcome to Dijbouti.
©2011 Bryan Bruner (P)2011 Rooftop Comedy Productions
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