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Summary

Hell No I Ain't Happy is the first time that Rich Hall and his jailbird uncle, Otis Lee Crenshaw, have appeared together on one recording. Recorded on one fantastic night at London's legendary Hammersmith Apollo during his sell out UK tour, Rich Hall's acerbic comic genius proves to be the perfect host to the hard-living country musician Otis Lee Crenshaw, whose songs may not make the top of the country charts but are right on the money when it comes to laughs.
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  • Robert
  • Skipton, United Kingdom
  • 17-01-10

Very Clever, Very Funny

This is a clever, warm and thoroughly enjoyable recording. I've only seen Rich Hall guesting on TV shows but his dry and self deprecating persona tempted me to take the gamble and buy this.

I'm very glad that I did. It also turns out to be slightly longer than other live comedy shows I've bought which is a nice bonus.

One to catch live when I next get the opportunity. Recommended.

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Rich Halll.

Rich Hall is one of the few comics from America I would pay to see perform on stage. He is exceptionally quick witted and holds an audience as though he was conducting an orchestra. I enjoyed it immensely.