You'll laugh, you'll boo with glee: America's funnyman Neil Hamburger tries his hand at music
Neil Hamburger and his "Too-Good-For-Neil-Hamburger" BandHemlock Tavern (1131 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA) Map it $15
One of a handful of comedians who actually try to get booed off stage, Gregg Turkington is the brains behind Neil Hamburger, a combover sporting pair of glasses who is either the least or most funny man you’ve ever seen pick up a microphone. Having already proved unequivocally his supremacy on stage as anti-stand up comedian, Neil Hamburger is moving onto music, with the Too-Good-For-Neil-Hamburger-Band. Featuring Tube’s drummer Prairie Prince as well as Dieselhead bassist Atom Ellis, the band’s non sequitur country and the always absurd Mr. Hamburger ensure a night of surreal comedic genius in the same vein as Tony Clifton.