Friday, December 4, 2009
He's No Epidemiologist
Former civil engineer Jeff Caldwell is known to people far and wide as a clean, clever comedian with one of the brightest stand-up acts around. From the daily news to the daily grind, Caldwell covers a variety of subjects with his dry delivery and sharp wit. It doesn’t matter whether he’s on stage, at a corporate gig or on television, Caldwell has the ability to bring audiences to tears, and we mean that in the good way. Recently Jeff was featured on The Late Show with David Letterman and did so well they almost immediately had him back on. He's also recently released a comedy CD, I'm No Epidemiologist,
A native of Cleveland, OH, Ryan Dalton discovered after graduating from college that the entertainment industry might be right for him because it was one of the few places where a basic lack of knowledge on any subject is not only necessary, but also embraced. He uses standup comedy as a way to poke fun at controversy and the “everyday personal injustices” that are dealt with by the common man. He also tries to defend the common woman whenever possible. Follow Ryan on facebook and twitter. Check out this April Fool's Day prank that a comedy club pulled on Ryan.
Really Fun Stuff
Living in Boston, Joe List decided to give stand-up comedy a try. A few years, and a few more beers later, Joe took his act on the road and found that as a profession, being a comedian was a lot of fun. Things would only get better for Joe as he was soon on tour with Nick DiPaolo, opening all of his shows, and was then asked to perform at the HBO Comedy Festival in Vegas. He’s now waiting on his upcoming appearance on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and will be making his first appearance on the BOB&TOM Show.