Originally available at Louis C.K.’s website, Tig Notaro’s new album, LIVE, is now up for purchasing on both Amazon and iTunes. LIVE features Tig’s legendary Largo set, performed earlier this past summer. Over 75,000 copies have already been sold. Don’t wait any longer to get yours. You’ll be happy to know part of the proceeds from each album sale goes to breast cancer research!
Tig recently moved to New York City from her home of Los Angeles. How’s she handling the move? Well for starters, she’s in the market for a new bunk bed to share with housemate Kyle Dunnigan. Find out what else she’s up to at The Fader – new interview shared today! Read it HERE. Tig, Dunnigan and David Huntsberger head to Brooklyn’s The Bell House on November 17 to perform PROFESSOR BLASTOFF live! Get your tickets.
“Rare is the piece of art (and even rarer the comedy album) that covers this much emotional ground, getting to the point that its sometimes unclear whether the tears are due to laughing so hard or just from the seemingly hopeless pain of it all. Besides being joyously engaging, Notaro’s resounding strength makes this album something that lifts the soul of the listener as much as it entertains.” – TIME
Jens Lekman and Tig Notaro are taking over the NBC airwaves tonight! Yep, you read correctly. Jens Lekman makes his US television performance debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He’ll be accompanied by some heavy hitters, as Pete Townshend and Christopher Walken are the night’s guests! Continue watching – Tig Notaro continues her media storm with an appearance on Last Call with Carson Daly. Milo Greene and Deepak & Gotham Chopra round out the forthcoming episode!
It’s official! Tig Notaro’s new album LIVE (as in “continue to live”) is out today exclusively via Louis C.K.’s website! The album features her critically-acclaimed Largo in which she told the audience about her breast cancer diagnosis. LIVE available digitally and only costs $5. Part of the proceeds will go to breast cancer research.
Tig Notaro makes an appearance today on This American Life with host Ira Glass. Check out the interview HERE or catch it on your local NPR affiliate. Come Monday Tig will also talk with Terry Gross on Fresh Air! Stay tuned for more details!
For our last bit of news: Tig Notaro received lots of love from Lance Armtstrong in his recent interview at Texas Monthly.Titled Lance Armstrong Talks Candidly About Cancer and Comedy, the interview spins off of Tig’s Largo set and the way she shared the news of her breast cancer with the world. It’s a beautiful piece. Read it HERE.
“It’s incredibly brave. It was this weird collision of her being totally candid, and open and honest and an audience that thought they were coming to a comedy show and didn’t know quite what to think or how to react. And pretty far into it, a lot of them still seemed to think it was an act. But, to me, that’s all she was doing – telling her story, detail by detail.” – Lance Armstrong
Today is a wonderful day! We’re incredibly happy to announce Tig Notaro will release her new album, LIVE, via Louis C.K.’s website on October 5. It’s the same day Tig will be interviewed by Ira Glass on This American Life. The interview will be accompanied by a 10 minute teaser of her Largo performance, which is the basis of the LIVE album and what Louis C.K. referred to as one of the most masterful performances he’s seen in his 27 working years.
As many of you are probably aware, Tig Notaro was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this summer. She announced the diagnosis at the beginning of her Largo stand-up routine and followed it by taking the audience through the many hardships she encountered during the four months prior to the show. Using a perfect approach of humor and fact, she created an emotional experience, with audience members sharing in tears and laughter the whole way through.
The set went viral after Kira Hesser of The Huffington Post covered the show and walla, Tig then went on to be featured in The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and more. Tig recently went on Conan, where she shared more on the year’s hardships and a prognosis we can all happily get behind. Watch the Conan appearance above.
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