Andy Kindler currently recurs on Fox’s hit animation, Bob’s Burgers, Showtime’s I’m Dying Up Here, Comedy Central’s Tosh.O and is a regular on the critically-praised web series, But I’m Chris Jericho (for which he is nominated as Best Supporting Actor by L.A. Webfest 2018). Andy was the host of Season 4 and 5 of Hulu’s standup series, Coming to the Stage as well as a series judge on the seventh season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, the star of two half-hour Comedy Central Presents specials and was a frequent guest and correspondent on The Late Show with David Letterman with over 40 appearances. He has previously recurred on Everybody Loves Raymond, Disney’s Wizards of Waverly Place, IFC’s Maron and Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. Other noteworthy credits include Portlandia, the HBO Young Comedians Special, Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist, Home Movies and The Larry Sanders Show. Every year Andy delivers his infamous State of the Industry Address each year at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal.
If Dolly Parton & Flight of the Conchords got drunk and had a baby, you'd get the hilariously irreverent musical comedy duo Reformed Whores! Described as “Southern-Fried feminism with a side of crass and a tall glass of sass,” Katy Frame and Marie Cecile Anderson have headlined comedy clubs and toured the country opening for the likes of musical parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic and Les Claypool from Primus. They have over a million hits on their YouTube Channel and their sophomore record "Don't Beat Around the Bush" debuted in March 2016 in the top 20 iTunes comedy chart. Most recently their show GRAND OLE CUNTRY, which premiered in August 2017 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, was hailed by the press as "A magnificently bawdy celebration of female sexuality” and "Genuinely endearing and unflinchingly upbeat." (Broadway Baby)
Known for whip-quick wit and rollicking improvisations, Sam Tallent is one of the sharpest, most original rising talents in comedy today. He has been called "the absurd voice of a surreal generation" by the Denver Post, and, when not maintaining a "Black Flag esque tour schedule" (Savage Henry Magazine), Sam has worked alongside many of the biggest names in comedy, including Dave Chappelle, Doug Stanhope, Dana Carvey, and Hannibal Buress. Sam has performed at the Oddball Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest, the Chicago Comedy Expo and the NY Film and Television Festival. Sam regularly headlines his hometown club, the legendary Denver Comedy Works. He recently won his battle on Comedy Central's Roast Battle, and was seen on VICELAND's Flophouse as well as the Chris Gethard Show. His writing has been published onVICE.com. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife and his dog.
“Lyrically Blvck remains a hip-hop outlier, eschewing the tired themes of materialism, violence and misogyny that bog down so much radio rap. Instead Blvck focuses his oratory on grappling with the existential angst and depression that life too often throws down in our paths. Conversely Blvck never neglects to celebrate the small victories of life and the simple joys found in the camaraderie of friendship. As evidenced on previous releases likeYear of the Snvke and Light in the Attic, Blvck’s words stretch beyond mere lyric into the realm of poetry, while the tone of his delivery continues to unleash a wild and magic energy.” -Nuvo
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