3-20-13: Shooting a new web series called "Pound House" for Buh/Jash.
3-14-13: Acted in an episode of The Middle on ABC.
2-14-13: Performing at this year's South by Southwest in Austin, TX.
2-14-13: Article in Time Out NY.
1-9-13: Album review in Tablet.
10-10-12: Album review in Time Out NY.
9-18-12: Acted in a short film called "Stepsister" by Joey Izzo.
9-17-12: Album review in The Huffington Post.
9-6-12: Album review in L.A. Record.
9-4-12: Album review in The Spit Take.
9-4-12: Brent Weinbach's new album, Mostly Live, is out and available in stores and online for download (iTunes, Amazon, etc.). Physical copies can also be purchased online at Aspecialthing Records.
5-1-12: Official release date for Mostly Live is September 4, 2012.
1-3-12: Scheduled to release a new album entitled, Mostly Live, later this year on ASpecialThing Records.
11-10-11: Acted again in a new version of the Comedy Central pilot, now called "Braunger."
10-10-11: Appearing on Conan on TBS on October 11, 2011.
7-18-11: Acted in a sketch on Lopez Tonight on TBS.
3-23-11: Appearing on Lopez Tonight on TBS on March 30, 2011.
2-16-11: Acted in a commercial for Honda.
2-5-11: Acted in a pilot for Comedy Central, "Untitled Matt Braunger Project."
1-24-11: Starred in a short film called "Speed Dial" by Daniel Gruen.
11-3-10: Started The Legacy Music Hour with Rob F. Martinez, a podcast about 8-bit and 16-bit era video game music.
9-28-10: Short story published in Chicago Quarterly Review, Volume 13 entitled "An Evening Out On The Town" (written ten years ago).
8-7-10: Wrote and directed an exclusive video for www.FunnyOrDie.com, a commercial for My Buddy dolls.
6-20-10: Appeared in a documentary about stand-up comedy called I Am Comic, currently airing on Showtime.
4-28-10: Performing at this year's Sasquatch! Music Festival in George, WA.
4-22-10: Performing at this year's Silver Lake Jubilee in Los Angeles, CA.
9-23-09: Album review in East Bay Express.
9-15-09: Brent Weinbach's new album, The Night Shift, is out and available at stores (Amoeba Music, Streetlight Records, etc.) and online for download (iTunes, Amazon, etc.). Physical copies can also be purchased online at the Aspecialthing Store.
9-10-09: "Joke of the week" in Time Out NY.
9-10-09: Album review in Dusted Magazine.
9-10-09: Article in the San Francisco Chronicle.
9-5-09: Album review in SF Weekly.
9-3-09: Article in the SF Bay Guardian.
8-29-09: Album review at Resilient Rabbit.
8-15-09: In support of the new album, The Night Shift Tour will include performance dates in various cities around the United States (and two in Japan and Canada).
8-15-09: Official release date for The Night Shift is September 15, 2009.
7-15-09: Performing at this year's Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco.
3-31-09: New album, The Night Shift, is finally finished and scheduled for release in September 2009.
11-12-08: New section called "Drawings" has been added to this website.
9-28-08: Finalist in this year's San Francisco International Comedy Competition.
7-29-08: "Weinbach in Wonderland" is now up on www.SuperDeluxe.com.
7-28-08: Two videos by Boomtime selected for this year's SF Underground Short Film Fest hosted by Peaches Christ.
7-8-08: Performing at this year's Just For Laughs comedy festival in Montreal.
4-25-08: Appearing on Comedy Central on June 13, 2008.
4-5-08: Currently shooting a new web series called "The Sirofs of Santa Monica" for www.Crackle.com.
4-3-08: Scheduled to release a new album entitled, The Night Shift, later this year on Talent Moat.
2-7-08: Performing at the first annual Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland.
1-23-08: Performing at the first annual All Sketch Comedy Festival in Sacramento.
12-25-08: Currently shooting a new web series called "Weinbach in Wonderland" for www.SuperDeluxe.com.
12-11-07: Tales From The Brown Side is currently out of print, however it may be re-released in 2008.
11-17-07: Winner of this year's Andy Kaufman Award.
8-23-07: Scheduled to perform at L.A. Weekly's Detour Music Festival as part of the Comedians of Comedy.
8-23-07: Joins the Comedians of Comedy for the West Coast tour starting October 3.
7-25-07: Performing at this year's F*** Yeah Fest in Los Angeles.
7-16-07: With almost the entire season of Room 401 already shot and only a few days before the first episode premiere, higher-ups at MTV made a last minute decision to go in a different direction for the host of the show, and replaced Brent with actor Jared Padalecki.
5-4-07: Cast to be the host of Room 401 on MTV.
4-2-07: Scheduled to perform at this year's Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle.
1-24-07: Scheduled to perform at this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival as part of the Comedians of Comedy.
1-9-07: Scheduled to perform at this year's Noise Pop Festival in San Francisco as part of the Comedians of Comedy.
9-17-06: Review in Golden Gate Xpress.
4-10-06: Highlighted as a "Name to Watch" by New York Magazine.
3-29-06: Taped for the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson last week. Audience responded very well, but a network executive at CBS "didn't get it" and did not allow Brent's set to be aired.
1-10-06: Scheduled to perform at this year's HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen.
12-14-05: Boomtime scheduled to perform at the 2006 SF Sketchfest.
10-8-05: Appearing on AZN Television's Asia Street Comedy on Friday, October 21.
9-19-05: Signed talent holding deal with NBC.
8-24-05: Scheduled to perform at this year's CanWest ComedyFest in Vancouver.
8-15-05: Scheduled to perform at the 25th annual Comedy Day in San Francisco.
6-29-05: Featured in the East Bay Express.
6-1-05: Featured in the SF Bay Guardian as part of the Mission Creek Music and Arts Festival.
12-10-04: Brent Weinbach's new comedy album, Tales From The Brown Side, is out and can be purchased at this website or at Amoeba Music in San Francisco, Berkeley and Los Angeles.