Upstairs At Helium: Pat House

Pat House first tried stand-up while attending classes at Temple University. Bouncing from stage to stage and from city to city, Pat has opened for Greg Giraldo, Marc Maron, Dave Attell, Todd Glass and countless other headliners around the country.

After performing in the Boston Comedy Festival and at Funny Or Die's Oddball Festival, Pat recorded his first album, "Biggest Thing." A year later, the RIAA reports that it has sold dozens of copies.

Upstairs At HeliumFor Philly native Pat House, everyday life seems to be a great source of material. Having spent years bartending and interacting with strangers, he was constantly amazed and extremely annoyed at the ridiculous things people say and do in public. With matter-of-fact delivery and sharp observations, Pat's material is relatable to anyone tortured by the absurdity of others.

A regular performer in comedy clubs, casinos, and theaters all over the country, he has been a choice opener for Sebastian Maniscalco, Tom Segura, and most recently, Dan Cummins and Brad Williams.

His second album, "I Heard Enough Yesterday," reached #1 on iTunes and his third album, “I’m Here,” peaked at #2. Both can be heard on Sirius XM.

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Pat House first tried stand-up while attending classes at Temple University. Bouncing from stage to stage and from city to city, Pat has opened for Greg Giraldo, Marc Maron, Dave Attell, Todd Glass and countless other headliners around the country.

After performing in the Boston Comedy Festival and at Funny Or Die's Oddball Festival, Pat recorded his first album, "Biggest Thing." A year later, the RIAA reports that it has sold dozens of copies.