Dave Hill

Pick of the Day: Puddles Pity Party w/Dave Hill (in LA) 4/7

When encountering Puddles Pity Party for the first time, the roller coaster of emotions that ensues is probably unlike anything you’ve seen or felt before. There is a 7 foot tall, forlorn clown that emerges from somewhere in a way that is charmingly self-deprecating and does nothing whatsoever to tip what’s going to happen with Puddles Pity Party and his amazing voice.
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JAILBREAK! Hosted by Dave Hill (in NYC)

Jailbreak! is a stand-up comedy showcase worth breaking out of jail for. Hosted by national treasure Dave Hill and featuring national headliners, up-and-coming gems, and some weird shit too probably. Produced by Chris Gersbeck & Liam McEneaney. Featuring: Liz Miele, Emily Flake, Liz Glazer, Frank Conniff & Liam McEneaney. *Lineup...
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Dave Hill (in NYC)

Due to capacity regulations regarding indoor events all guests are required to either be fully vaccinated or have received a negative Covid test prior to the event. An evening of comedy, music, stories, and more from the one and only Dave Hill!. Starts at 9:45PM ET.

Wednesday, April 7th: Regina Barrow, Morgan Lamandre, Dave Hill

State Senator Regina Barrow and STAR Legal Director Morgan Lamandre discuss the latest developments in the LSU sexual misconduct scandal including coach Ed Orgeron’s refusal to speak at a Legislative committee. Author Dave Hill tells the lost story behind how Hot Springs, Arkansas almost became Vegas before Vegas became Vegas.
The Guardian

Slade guitarist Dave Hill: ‘I’d come out of work, put on my costume and suddenly I’d be Superman!’

It’s half a century since glam rock first dazzled Britain, and Slade had their first hit, Get Down and Get With It. All four members of the original lineup are alive and kicking, but Dave Hill is now the only one who trades under the name Slade. As is the way of rock bands, there have been sulks, tiffs and the odd tempestuous row. But today Hill is the very picture of Zen calm.