“There’s no intermediary. I haven’t done one ad. We have no advertising commercial promotion,” he added. “I haven’t talked about it. So, I just went right to the public with it and they liked it and it didn’t really matter much what anybody else thought about it.”
Seinfeld said Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is a good fit for “these new mediums: small screens and portable digital platforms. “I got the idea at the right time, I guess, because I don’t think I could have made this three years ago,” he said. “I don’t think the cameras existed, the viewing devices didn’t exist in the numbers that they do now. So it all just kind of seemed to be good timing.”
I’ve been talking about racist dolphins. We were out in Hawaii and we were swimming with the dolphins, but they were only swimming with white people. What’s that about?"
"The world has changed, but the art of stand-up is exactly the same. It’s so low tech. There’s nothing you can do that’s technological. You can’t speed it up, you can’t accelerate the process."
Atlantic City hosts tattoo expo, antique show, and the 5th annual A.C. Cinefest, plus more.
“I was interviewed recently [in another market] and the reporter asked me where was my favorite place to play, and I immediately said Atlantic City,” Orlando says.
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson on his upcoming Atlantic City show at Caesars, Oct. 6.
“We decided we were only going to have young people in the audience, young people on stage and young subject matter. Young people, by definition, are much wilder in their lives, much more open. And the show started to go crazy.”
Atlantic City is about to get a healthy dose of classical culture courtesy of a very unlikely source.