Adam Cayton-Holland and Andrew Orvedahl celebrate their new CDs tonight at Twist & Shout

If you've been keeping up with the reports, you already know that Grawlix comedy partners Adam Cayton-Holland and Andrew Orvedahl have been extra-busy for the last six months: In addition to Cayton-Holland's Conan appearance in January and the more recent release of the Grawlix's Amazon pilot for Those Who Can't, both comedians recorded solo comedy albums at the Bug Theatre last January.

See also: - Andrew Orvedahl and Adam Cayton-Holland to record comedy albums at the Bug - Andrew Orvedahl on Those Who Can't, the Grawlix pilot for Amazon - Video: Adam Cayton-Holland makes his late-night debut on Conan

Cayton-Holland officially launched his CD, I Don't Know If I Happy, earlier this month at the hi-dive, and Orvedahl's coming-out performance for Hit the Dick Lights is tomorrow at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret. But tonight, you can see them both -- for free -- at an in-store performance at Twist & Shout. Though the Colfax record haven has hosted many musical in-stores, this is Twist & Shout's first-ever comedy freebee.

The comedy begins at 6 p.m.; for details visit Twist & Shout online.

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