Let’s begin by acknowledging that comedy albums typically have a shorter shelf life than fresh basil. Hilarious the first time, highly amusing a second or third time when shared with friends but doomed to succumb to the law of diminishing returns.

Even so, this live-to-tape special by American-bred, Toronto-based comedian Cathy Boyd is all kinds of fabulous, not least because her material — drawn uniquely and maybe improbably from her status as a 60-something nascent stand-up — is wholly her own, as well as clever, left-field, and largely free of profanity which few comics actually wield with anything like wit.

Read the full article from Parton and Pearl here: https://www.partonandpearl.com/blog/review-cathy-boyd-wise-tracks