Friday, April 15, 2011
From Put-in-Bay, OH to Key West, FL singer/songwriter Pat Dailey has become a traveling Spring Break, selling out shows for almost two decades. With humorous tunes, a sly wit and a fondness for adult beverages, Dailey has built up a huge fan following full of fellow party goers and people who just like to have a good time. He's a regular at the famed Sloppy Joe's in Key West, and fills the place with college coeds every night he plays there. He's also a favorite guest of BOB&TOM, and never fails to entertain with classics songs like The Oyster Song, Out Drinkin', and You're There
Chicago native, Larry Reeb, loves three things, cigars, the Bears and dispensing helpful advice about life to unsuspecting audiences. Oh, and his wife is probably a close fourth. Known around the country as Uncle Lar, Reeb is the guy you do your best to keep the kids away from at the family reunions. He may look like an average guy, but underneath that pale facade lurks a sick and twisted sense of humor. We're not saying you won't find him unbelievably funny, because he is, it's just that you might feel a little dirty for laughing at some of the "Tips from your Uncle Lar.
If you saw and enjoyed his Comedy Central special, comedian Bert Kreisher is happy to announce that you can now purchase the DVD of the same title, Comfortably Dumb. But this success is nothing new to Kreisher, life has been pretty sweet since leaving Tampa, FL for the bright lights of L.A. He co-hosted "The X-Show" on FX, and had his very own reality series "Bert the Conqueror" on The Travel Channel. Follow Bert on twitter.
It's a well known fact that for most part, comedians are bitter and angry people. But every rule has an exception, and in this case, that exception is Jim Sibley, a man who actually loves life and considers himself an optimist. What in the hell is going on? With a comedy style known to be original, fun and exciting, Jim tries to keep his act clean and upbeat. And as odd as that combination may sound, it still translates into funny stuff.
FACTOID - James Sibley gets additional work as a voice-over guy for a number of commercials though you may not recognize him without his distinct southern drawl.