Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman Get Their Babble-On at House of Blues Next Month

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Director/actor Kevin Smith and actor/radio host Ralph Garman come to The House of Blues Monday, April 9, for their Hollywood Babble-On event, which takes a comedic look at showbiz news while biting down on the hand that feeds them.

Smith, director of movies such as Clerks, Mallrats and Dogma recently suffered a massive heart attack during a comedy show in late February. After a couple days in the hospital, Silent Bob took to Twitter to tell the world he was feeling great. 

Garman is best known as the host of The Joe Schmo Show and his voice work on Family Guy. He also appeared in Smith's movies such as, Tusk and Yoga Hosers.



The event is for all ages and tickets are from $30 to $45. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. For more ticket information click here.

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