You couldn't throw a rock in the 90s without hitting something that Pauly Shore had a hand in. From his fast rise to stardom through MTV's Totally Pauly, to his iconic roles in
Encino Man and Son in Law, The Weasel was the undisputed clown prince of 1990s comedy. Following his 2014 documentary, Pauly Shore Stands Alone, which chronicles his stand up performances in obscure, out-of-the-way Wisconsin locals, and the success of his 2017 podcast launch, Shore is back on the road with a fresh set of jokes and stories. In fact, he's bringing his latest show to Westland, Michigan's Token Lounge, Sunday, April 19th. Tickets are between $25 and $35 for this 18+ show. According to Shore, himself, "The best part about my life is that I'm constantly touring and seeing all the nooks and crannies of the world while telling jokes. Most entertainers dread hitting the road, not me.  The road is my home. I was born and raised in Hollywood, CA my whole life, but, believe it or not, I feel more comfortable and at peace on the road with you guys. So if you ever want to check me out, scroll around my tour dates section.  If I'm ever in your town, come see me live.  It's pretty fun."

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