Hair of the Dog is Denver’s comedic cure for your Sunday headache. Found in the heart LoDo at The Lobby, Hair of the Dog showcases Denver’s best stand up comedians alongside Denver’s best brunch.
Where: The Lobby, 2191 Arapahoe Street
When: Sunday Feb. 18, 2pm
February’s lineup is headlined by John Tole, featuring Matt Cobos, along with Gabby Gutierrez-Reed, Katie Bowman, and Michael Seyedian. Hosted by Zac Larson.
About the comedians: John Tole is a Comedy Works Denver based stand up comic, writer, broadcaster, podcaster, voice actor, regular actor, philosopher and metal head who secretly likes punk better.
Tole has been featured on Howard TV, Vann TV, Sirius XM, Howard 100, Howard 101, Hits 1, Playboy Radio and was a contributor to The Howard Stern Show, Jay Thomas, Miserable Men, Pugs and Company Radio Show on AM 1100, Heidi and Frank on KLSX, KLBJ and 104.3 The Horn ESPN, Austin.
John was profiled by Vice for the triumphant return of his band, Pitboss 2000 as they celebrated releases for «The Cult of F*** Yeah», «The Overview Effect» and «The Witnesses of Elsewhere».
Tole has comedically rocked the stages at Oddball, SXSW Interactive, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Limestone and multiple Moontower Festival appearances. He is a regular on The Tin Foil Hat Podcast on All Things Comedy and was featured on a Live Show/Podcast with Jimmy Dore, Sam Tripoli, Greg Carlswood and Eddie Bravo.
In 2017, his latest and fifth comedy album, «Pre-Existing Condition» was released by 4256 Productions and Tole is finishing up his first book, «Now You Know, Now What?
Television-wise, Tole has zero accomplishments other than running through a Brothel on Justified, diving from an explosion on NCIS LA, applauding on the Season Finale of Parks and Recreation, carrying equipment on Parenthood, menacing a Phillies' bathroom on The Goldbergs, playing pool on Bad Judge and lifted weights in prison with Gene Simmons from KISS and Danny Trejo on Angie Tribeca.
Furthermore, the sole/soul highlight of 2017 has been turning down Netflix.
Matt Cobos started performing stand up in 2013 and has been climbing his way through the talented Denver scene ever since. He has performed on festivals across the country and opened for Nick Swardson, the Lucas Bros., Shane Mauss, Ben Kronberg, Adam Cayton-Holland, Sam Tallent, and more.