Friday, June 18, 2010
Moshe Kasher has been called "Comic of the Year" by iTunes, "A funny person to Watch" by New York Magazine, and a hunk by the East Bay Express. What more do you need to know about the guy to be excited that he'll be stopping by the show! If that's still not enough, he's also recently released an album titled "Everyone you know is going to Die, and Then You Are," and has been featured on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham”, E!’s “Chelsea Lately”, The Independent Film Channel, The Montreal “Just For Laughs” festival, and Jamie Foxx’s Laffapalooza. Moshe on twitter.
Born and raised in Oklahama, comedian BT knew he wanted to get into stand-up as soon as he graduated. It was after he moved from the midwest and found new homes in Houston, Chicago and L.A. that things really started picking up. He has since been featured on the Sci-Fi program "Black Scorpion" and in the HBO movie Suckers. But that's not to take away from his stand-up skills. He's performed in 43 states, 3 countries, and has been a member of the S.E.L.L.O.U.T. Comedy Tour.
Comedian Sean Morey has been a friend of the BOB&TOM show for longer than we can remember and his songs have been popping up on our albums since the 80's. But we're not the only ones that enjoy his music; he recently placed first and third in the comedy division of the International Songwriting Contest with his tunes "Dear Santa" and "The A.D.D. Song." Along with those two favorites, Morey is famous for his other tunes "The Man Song," "The Woman Song," "The Man That Doesn't Exist" and "Dickin' Around at Work."
When comedian Greg Hahn takes the stage, he does so with an energetic, all-out style of physical humor, one-liners and crowd work like you've never seen before. And once he lets loose, there's no stopping him because Hahn doesn't have time for laughs, he's out to create immediate pandemonium and panic. Hahn can wear an audience out with his rapid-fire jokes and leave them holding their sides, trying to catch their breath. Greg is one of the most manic comedians to ever enter our studio, something that was only amplified when we sat him in front of a full drum set. You can hear a sample of that visit every time Chick plays his rimshot. Follow Greg on Facebook and twitter.
Sports From Hell
For nearly 23 years Rick Reilly’s unique, breezy, hilarious style graced the pages of Sports Illustrated. For the last 10 there, he wrote the popular "Life of Reilly" column, which ran on the last page. After 2007, the 11-time National Sportswriter of the Year 11 moved over to ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com. He’s also currently an essayist for ESPN SportsCenter, ESPN golf coverage and the host of the ESPN show Homecoming. Along with his columns, Reilly has also written a number of books including Who’s You’re Caddy, Missing Links and his newest book,Sports From Hell.