Bo Burnham reschedules House of Blues gig, adds second show

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Boston comedic singer-songwriter Bo Burnham has rescheduled his upcoming performance at the House of Blues, which will be taped for a Comedy Central special to air later this year. Originally scheduled for Friday, April 16, the show has been postponed to Friday, May 21. In addition, due to overwhelming demand, Burnham will perform a second show that same night at 9:30 p.m. Tickets for the second show are $15 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. Refunds are available at the point of purchase for fans who purchased tickets to the original show and can no longer attend.

Burham, the 19-year old Hamilton, Massachusetts native, is quickly becoming a comedy star after becoming an Internet sensation while recording videos from his bedroom and posting them on YouTube while in high school. His self-titled full-length album, released last year, and is currently #3 on the Billboard Comedy Chart. Burham also has a deal to pen a film for Judd Apatow.

The Boston performance, dubbed “Words, Words, Words”, will be taped as an one-hour stand up special to air later this fall on Comedy Central. It will also be released on CD and DVD.

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