Rodney Carrington is bringing his Here Comes the Truth tour to Spirit Mountain Casino on Saturday, September 8th at 7pm, and we’re counting down the weeks, days, and hours until he takes the stage. Tickets went fast and are completely sold out. Whether you snagged seats or not, there’s always time to enjoy his comedic genius thanks to his studio albums. Here are our top picks:
Hangin' with Rodney
Rodney’s debut comedy album brought him into the limelight in 1998, but the jokes are as fresh today as they were more than 15 years ago. Loaded with plenty of raunchy humor, fast-talking Texan charm, and plenty of acoustic guitar and songs, it’s a mixed bag of music and comedy.
King of the Mountains
After a three-year period packed with acting debuts and concert tours, Rodney released this highly-anticipated album of new material. His comedy country songs and skits are loaded with rude humor that always brings a laugh - but “Angel Friend” hits an unexpectedly poignant note, proving that Carrington is a man of many talents.
El Niño Loco
This 2009 release was Carrington’s sixth studio album. It was also a first for the comedian, marking his debut song-only album. El Niño Loco hit #2 on the Billboard Comedy chart and featured “If I’m The Only One,” his hit single of the year.