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By DNA, Punchline Magazine

It must be lonely inside Nick Griffin’s head—one can easily envision his gray matter taking the form of a desolate hotel room scattered with fast food wrappers, empty bottles of booze and dog-eared copies of Playboy; then there’s the flickering television screen.
Lucky for us, Griffin has devoted his life to stand-up and so we barely have to rely on our imagination for a snapshot into his brain.

Griffin is all too pleased to tell us everything.

His latest effort Bring Out The Monkey is a brazen insider’s perspective of life in the poor lane; it expertly captures the bottom-rung zeitgeist of the 21st Century and finds Griffin moving seamlessly through topics from substance abuse, pop culture and sex.

Read the rest of the review on Punchline Magazine.

Pick up “Bring Out the Monkey” on iTunes.


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