A few years ago, no one could have predicted the level of success in Marc Maron’s late-blooming stardom -- not even Maron. The lifelong comedian reframed his image in the entertainment world when he converted his Los Angeles garage into the studio for WTF with Marc Maron. On of the most-downloaded podcasts online, WTF features raw, unfiltered, and personal interviews with such celebrities as Conan O’Brian, Chelsea Handler, Jack White, Fiona Apple, Patton Oswalt, and longtime frenemy Louis C.K., who called Maron “a startlingly honest, compelling, and hilarious comedian-poet. Truly one of the greatest of all time."
Now with a newly released autobiography, Attempting Normal, a show on IFC, Maron, nearly 400 WTF episodes, and fresh material for the stage, Marc Maron is ready to do more of what he loves most: stand-up.
Maron’s one-night-only show is at 8 p.m. June 6 at Stand Up Live, 50 West Jefferson Street. Tickets are $22 with a two drink minimum. Visit www.standuplive.com or call 480-719-6100.