Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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."
Larry the Cable Guy
Larry the Cable Guy has officially done it all. His written best selling books, released chart topping stand-up DVDs and CDs, starred in a number of movies, and provided the voice of Mater in the smash hit animated Pixar films Cars and Cars 2. Currently you can also find him on the History Channel hosting his the show "Only in America," and voicing an animated version of himself on CMT's "Bounty Hunters." Follow Larry on facebook and twitter.
Clean and fresh are two adjectives usually paired with produce, but when you add smart, edgy and funny to the mix, all of a sudden you’re talking about comedian Dave Landau. A student of both standup and improv, Dave has risen quickly through the comedy ranks and has been featured on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, NBC’s Last Comic Standing and the HBO Las Vegas Comedy Festival. Follow Dave on twitter and facebook.
As a singer/songwriter, Janis Ian was never one to shy away from taboo topics, both as a teen, and then again decades later. Ian wrote her first song at the age of 12, and was recording her first album at the age of 15, and then retired at the age of 20. But retirement wouldn't last, and after returning to the scene in 1975, Ian found success again with the platinum album, "Between the Lines." These days she continues to write songs and tour across the country.