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Rooftop Comedy is proud to release the comedy album version (July 2016) of Jen Kirkman's "I Am Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine), which contains material from the special of the same name, streaming now on Netflix. 

"Ms. Kirkman knows how to deliver a one-liner, but her inclination is to linger in the telling of a story. She digs into a subject, embroidering it with jokes at various angles. A huge number of her bits culminate in vivid metaphors." -The New York Times




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A worthy successor to SELF HELP, HAIL TO THE FREAKS was recorded in December of 2010 at the Upright Citizens Brigade theatre – and was released in March of 2011. It hit #13 on the Billboard best-selling comedy album charts, Jen continues to draw you deep into her psyche through more stories of paranoia, self-doubt, and commitment. CD version includes a bonus disc of extra material.

“SELF HELP” ALBUM aspecialthing records inaugural release: JEN KIRKMAN'S debut album “SELF HELP.” Recorded live at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, “Self Help” is a whirlwind tour of the foibles and fixations that have made Jen Kirkman one of the most beloved storytellers on the comedy scene today. From her apathy towards procreation to her myriad phobias (God, flying, zombies), Jen bares all to her audience, striking a delicate balance between sly self-deprecation and the earnest conviction of a zealot. On “Self Help,” Jen treats us to social embarrassments from grade school to adulthood, resists the urge to commit the perfect murder (then fantasizes about all the “me” time a long prison sentence would afford), and worries that God has forgotten about her -- because, in her words, “I've moved around a lot, and sometimes I wear a hat.”  

“SELF HELP” ALBUM

aspecialthing records inaugural release: JEN KIRKMAN'S debut album “SELF HELP.” Recorded live at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, “Self Help” is a whirlwind tour of the foibles and fixations that have made Jen Kirkman one of the most beloved storytellers on the comedy scene today. From her apathy towards procreation to her myriad phobias (God, flying, zombies), Jen bares all to her audience, striking a delicate balance between sly self-deprecation and the earnest conviction of a zealot. On “Self Help,” Jen treats us to social embarrassments from grade school to adulthood, resists the urge to commit the perfect murder (then fantasizes about all the “me” time a long prison sentence would afford), and worries that God has forgotten about her -- because, in her words, “I've moved around a lot, and sometimes I wear a hat.”