Thursday, May 16, 2013
At the young age of 25, Kristin Key was the youngest finalist ever to appear on NBC’s "Last Comic Standing." But this was nothing new to her. After getting into the comedy scene at the age of 19, she quickly became one of the youngest headline comedy acts in the country. Don’t let her sweet, sexy outer demeanor fool you; she’s actually quite the firecracker. With her fearless style of comedy and biting tongue, she’s earned the reputation “Preacher’s Kid Gone Wild,” a title she cherishes. For Kristin, no two shows should ever be the same and nothing is off limits. When not performing, she continues to live in L.A. perusing her dream of acting in film or television. Follow Kristin on Facebook.
Bizarre and demented are two adjectives normally reserved for people with serious mentally problems, but when you tack on sarcastic and hilarious, you’re probably talking about a standup comedian. One man who fits that description is Andy Hendrickson, whose act (which as been described as having a touch of cynicism mixed with a boy next door charm) has been entertaining audiences in comedy clubs everywhere. His original songs and comedic jabs have been broadcast on a variety of mediums including TV, satellite radio and even cellular phones. Follow Andy on Facebook and twitter.
Using a mixture of intellectual humor and physical buffoonery, David Crowe leaves no subject uncovered when he takes the stage. He enjoys sharing stories about putting bumper stickers on other people’s cars just as much as he loves dispensing his views on current events and politics. His comedy album, Crooked Finger, is available for purchase at Amazon.com. You can also check out his new line of greeting cards, Frank&Funny, which have earned him four LOUIE nominations (those are the awards given out for Greeting Cards). Follow David on facebook