Entertainment briefs, April 4
Trio of stand-up comics at local brewery tonight
The Laird Arcade Brewery plans a night of stand-up comedy Thursday featuring two touring comedians from Chicago..
Tyler Ross and Eric Henderson are to be joined by Christian Miller 8-11 p.m. at the brewery, 114 S. Washington St. The comedians have performed throughout the U.S. and Canada at comedy clubs, colleges, breweries, art galleries and anywhere they have been allowed to yell their jokes at people.
Ross is a Chicago-based stand up comedian by way of Cleveland. Henderson is a nationally touring comedian from Denver. He has been a part of the High Plains Comedy Festival and has opened for comedians such as Josh Blue, Tommy Davidson and Andy Kindler.
Admission is free, and the suggested donation for the comedians is $3.
Swedish superstars ABBA: New song later this year
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — ABBA’s Bjorn Ulvaeus says fans can expect a new song “in September or October” from the four-member Swedish pop group that broke up 37 years ago.
Ulvaeus told Denmark’s Ekstra Bladet tabloid Wednesday “it takes an extremely long time” to make the video with the avatars of the group members, adding “it has been delayed for too long.”
The band earlier said Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog reunited to plan a virtual tour featuring digital avatars, and that one of the two new songs is titled “I Still Have Faith in You.”
ABBA shot to fame by winning the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest with “Waterloo,” and had big hits in the 1970s including “Dancing Queen” before splitting up in 1982.