A few life changes have happened to Dan St. Germain these last few months. He ended his podcast, My Dumb Friends (which he co-hosted with Sean Donnelly), he moved to a different city to write for TV, co-hosted a companion podcast for Nikki Glaser’s Comedy Central show, and maybe most importantly, he got a haircut. Alright, that last one might not be that important, so let’s replace it with the news that DSG is setting the stage to record a new stand-up comedy album. It will be the follow-up to his 2014 album, Bad At The Good Times.
St. Germain broke the news on social media that he’ll be releasing the album on 800 Pound Gorilla Records, a newer comedy label based out of Nashville, TN. The comedian also revealed that he’ll be recording the album at both The Stand in NYC and Comedy On State in Madison, WI this winter. Presumably for an early 2018 release.