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Aaron Hertzog | Delicious Mistake

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Delicious Mistake

by Aaron Hertzog

Delightfully silly debut stand-up comedy album from a friendship-loving goofball.
Genre: Spoken Word: Standup Comedy
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1. Hey Everybody!
7:07 album only
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2. Sounds Like My Boy
5:11 album only
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3. Let's Get Good Grades
7:08 album only
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4. More Money Is Less Money
5:42 album only
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5. You Don't Gotta Go to Work
5:20 album only
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6. They're in the Forest
4:51 album only
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7. Delicious Mistake
2:11 album only
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8. We Sure Do Like Pizza
2:58 album only
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9. Hey Fellas Let's Prove Something
3:01 album only
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10. None of Us Can Handle It
5:11 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Delicious Mistake" is the debut album from Aaron Hertzog a stand-up comedian, writer, and silly boy currently residing in Los Angeles. He began his comedy career in Philadelphia where he developed a reputation as one of the best comedians in the city, making 2009′s list of Ten Best Comedians in Philadelphia, according to Comedy.com.

He was also second runner-up in Helium Comedy Club’s 2010 Philly’s Phunniest Person Competition, beating out over 150 other competitors and was named “Best Stand-up Comedian” at the 2013 WitOut Awards for Philadelphia Comedy.

With his stand-up Aaron invites you in, sharing his unique and geeky perspective on pop culture as well as a constant self-deprecation, examining how he constantly makes the wrong decisions in his personal life. All of this is sprinkled with jovial invitations of friendships, absurd flights of fantasy, and singing. Lots of singing.

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