BRIAN POSEHN To Appear On 'Conan O'Brien'
Comedian/actor Brian Posehn is set to appear on NBC's "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" tonight (Tuesday July 11) at 12:35 a.m. EST.
Posehn will be appearing on this hit late night show in support of his new CD, "Live In: Nerd Rage", which is being released today in North America. Other guests scheduled for the evening include Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint.
"Live In: Nerd Rage" is Posehn's first official stand-up release and reveals the hilarious observations of a self-professed nerd and life-long fan of heavy metal. Recorded as part of Brian's appearances on the "Comedians of Comedy" tour, and including a sketch with Bob Odenkirk ("Mr. Show"), "Live In: Nerd Rage" is Brian at his funniest.
Posehn recently unveiled his first-ever music video via his MySpace site for POSEHN's (Brian's metal band) track "Metal By Numbers", one of the musical tracks taken from "Live In: Nerd Rage". The video illustrates Brian's view on today's metal scene and features appearances from POSEHN members Scott Ian (ANTHRAX, DAMNOCRACY) and Joey Vera (ARMORED SAINT, FATES WARNING).
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