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What’s funnier than waiting outside a comedy club
on the upper west side on a freezing cold morning in November?
Nothing! Except it’s the only way to get an audition for
the US Comedy Arts Festival, commonly known as the Aspen Comedy
Festival, held every year in Aspen, Colorado. What’s the
big deal, you might say?
Anywhere you go in New York City, you can find some kind of musician
hard at work, singing for their supper. I’ve seen a sitar
player performing at an Indian food restaurant on Bleecker St.,
two hopped-up crack smokers jamming out to the music in their
heads in a seedy dive in Alphabet City, and at a coke bar in the
outskirts of Brooklyn, I was thoroughly entertained by a Polish
lady as she sang a native song, sans microphone, to a tape playing
in a cassette deck.
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