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Greg Fitzsimmons And Friends Laugh Against A Tumor

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Taking place this Friday at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre is Laughs for Bald Bryan, a night of top-notch comedy and great music.

The special night is to benefit “Bald Bryan” Bishop, Adam Carolla’s former morning radio complement, who, at 31, is battling an inoperable brain tumor.

The lineup for the nearly-sold out event has been finalized, and it’s gotten even more stacked since LAist took a look it and its host, Adam “Aceman” Carolla. In addition to The Dan Band, SoCal punk legends, Bad Religion, have been added to headline the bill.

The comedy will be provided by host Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel, Greg Fitzsimmons (LAist Interview,) Dana Gould and Larry Miller. Also, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Joel McHale, and hunky TV handyman, Eric Stromer, will be in the house.

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LAist had a chance to chat with Greg Fitzsimmons, the hilarious Venice Beach-based comedian/writer/broadcaster/podcaster, about altruism in comedy, The Adam Carolla Show, and his healthy fear of swine flu.

LAist: What’s been your experience with Bald Bryan?