"Razor" Dom Irrera waxes poetic about laughter and his future career. Then, Bob Marley takes the stage and talks about how marriage melted his brain, and about the glories of Subway, moving, and Target. Bob tries to explain to Dom that he's a thinking man's comic, and he shares a Rodney Dangerfield story. Later, Dwayne Perkins talks about when to drive the 405, why the Michael Richards incident was profound, and how he has a super power.
Dwayne mixes storytelling, razor-sharp wit and unparalleled charm to deliver a new comedy classic. The album is an epic offering and an extension to Dwayne's already impressive resume. With a recurring segment on the new Jay Leno Show, an appearance on the Tonight Show, four appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, a half hour Comedy Central Presents Special and now his must-have second album, Dwayne proves once again why he's The Smart Comic for Stupid Times.
Dwayne Perkins talks about how the US and the World Cup. Recorded live at Mad House Comedy Club on January 9, 2015.
Dwayne Perkins talks about his relatives' names. Recorded live at Mad House Comedy Club on January 9, 2015.
Hear comedian Dwayne Perkins perform standup comedy from his album, Dwayne Perkins To The Rescue, recorded at Punch Line Comedy Club in 2009.
[Contains explicit content] Hear comedian Dwayne Perkins perform standup comedy from his album, Dwayne Perkins To The Rescue, recorded at Punch Line Comedy Club in 2009.
Dwayne Perkins has a surprising take on who the best dancers are.
Dwayne Perkins gives a lesson on the bell curve of being a creep during his live performance at the Laughing Derby in Louisville, KY on August 1, 2015.
Dwayne Perkins performing comedy about computers, live at Skyline Comedy Cafe on September 15, 2012.