Become a part of Ben Roy's live recording session tonight at Comedy Works

Ben Roy has some catching up to do: While his mates in the Grawlix -- Andrew Orvedahl and Adam Cayton-Holland -- are both promoting brand-new solo CDs, Roy is still recording his followup to last year's I Got Demons. Tonight at 8 p.m., he'll perform at the second of three dates at Comedy Works devoted to capturing the incandescent angry man onstage, live and in the moment.

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Roy recently told us that he's going into this project with his freshest work, rather than a compilation of routines from over a period of years; should you go, be prepared to laugh...maybe even a little too much. For tickets, $12, visit the Comedy Works online; the last show of the series goes down at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 19.

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