Bill Hicks discography

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The discography of stand-up comedian Bill Hicks.

Official albums[edit]

Video releases[edit]

Compilations[edit]

Other releases[edit]

Bootlegs[edit]

This is an incomplete list of bootlegs, which can or may never satisfy any subjective standard for completeness. Revisions and additions are welcome.

Audio bootlegs[edit]

  • The Beginning (1973) (Hicks at 12 years old. The other voice is Dwight Slade, his childhood comedic partner)
  • Austin, TX, USA (1989) [known as Sane Man]
  • Chicago, IL, USA (1989)
  • Chicago, IL, USA (1990)
  • Chicago, IL, USA (1991)
  • The Funny Firm, Chicago, IL, USA (1990)
  • Chicago, IL, USA (1989) [known as I'm Sorry Folks, the infamous "Hicks-Loses-It" show]
  • Relentless In Montreal (1992)
  • Toronto, Canada (Mar. 15, 1992) [known as Dark Poet]
  • Egham Hall, Surrey, England (May 16, 1992) [known as New College]
  • Queen's Theatre, London, England - Early Show (May 17, 1992)
  • Queen's Theatre, London, England - Late Show (May 17, 1992)
  • Brighton, England (Nov. 11, 1992)
  • The Lost Hour (Oct. 5, 1993)
  • Igby's, Los Angeles, CA, USA (Nov. 17, 1993) [known as Filling Up The Hump]

Video bootlegs[edit]

  • Bill Hicks - Houston 1981 - At the ANNEX Comedy Club (At 20 years old)
  • Bill Hicks - Houston 1984 - At the ANNEX Comedy Club (At 23 years old)
  • Bill Hicks - Indianapolis 1985 (At 24 years old)
  • Bill Hicks - Houston 1986 - The Early Years (At 25 years old)
  • Bill Hicks - Chicago 1989 (the infamous 'Bill loses it' show - later released as I'm Sorry, Folks)
  • Bill Hicks - Chicago 1990 - At The Funny Firm
  • Bill Hicks - Adult Video Awards 1990
  • Bill Hicks - Austin Texas Laff Stop 1993
  • Bill Hicks - Los Angeles - Igby's 1993
  • Bill Hicks' Last Show - Jan 5th, 1994

Audio interviews[edit]

  • Comedy Hour (1988)
  • Comedy Hour (1990)
  • College Radio (1990)
  • Comedy Hour (1992)
  • Comedy Hour (1992)
  • Comedy Hour (1993)
  • The Howard Stern Show (1993)

TV interviews[edit]

  • Hicks' last interview, Dave Prewitt interview on CapZeyeZ (Austin Public Access) 1993.

See also[edit]