Some of the planet's absolute best music and comedy crossover artists come together for one rare night at the Swedish American Hall.
Eli Braden has written for "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Fashion Police" and "Upload with Shaquille O’Neal." He’s a contributor to MAXIM Magazine, and his parody songs can be heard daily on "The Howard Stern Show." He’s released a massive quantity of original comedy music, available in one gigantic package for just $5.
Drennon Davis has made a name for himself as one of the most innovative minds in today’s comedy scene. His live performances of the Imaginary Radio Program combine live music and beat-boxing with one-man sketches into a show that the Los Angeles Comedy Bureau writes "not only lives up to its name, but exceeds expectation in what you could possibly think it is." Drennon recently appeared on TBS’s "Conan," and has previously appeared on Comedy Central's "Adam Devine's House Party," NBC's "Last Call" and was a semifinalist on "Last Comic Standing."
Howard Kremer is a comedian best known for his disdain for most pop music and his adoration of summah! After paying his dues as a comic in Austin, Howard was chosen to write and perform in the MTV show "Austin Stories." As his rap alter-ego Dragon Boy Suede he has performed on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and his very own Comedy Central Presents. You can find Howard and his chart keeper Kulap every Wednesday on Earwolf hosting Who Charted?!
Haunting Renditions Live is what happens when Eliot Glazer, a classically trained vocalist-turned-comedian, takes some of pop music's most infamous songs and turns them into highbrow, sweeping ballads. Like a twisted version of MTV Unplugged, Austin City Limits, or VH1 Storytellers, Haunting Renditions Live is an intimate night of bad music made good.
Allie Goertz is a comedic musician whose obsession with pop-culture and heart ache has born an album of nerdy love songs. Since releasing her first crowd-sourced album Cossbysweater in 2013, Allie has been touring the country opening for and playing alongside her favorite musicians and comics. She is currently located in hazy Los Angeles running the @midnight Twitter account and performing her new material. You have seen her at SF Sketchfest, New York Funny Songs Fest, and IFC's 10 Comedy Musicians You Need To Know.
If Tenacious D and Dolly Parton got drunk and had a baby it would be the musical comedy duo Reformed Whores! Southern bred, but NYC based, Marie Cecile Anderson and Katy Frame, deliver hilariously dirty country tunes with a wink and a smile. Reformed Whores have been featured on "Gotham Comedy Live," The Huffington Post, Nerve.com, BUST Magazine, IAF.tv, Glamour Magazine, MTV's Guy Code blog, CBS's "The Doctors," and the Yahoo! web show "Mansome." For the past two years, the Whores have traveled across the country on tour opening for the legendary bass player and Primus frontman Les Claypool and his Duo de Twang. They also had the pleasure of opening for the Reverend Horton Heat at Irving Plaza in NYC. The Whores stay busy straddling both music venues and comedy clubs across the country! Some favorites include Carolines on Broadway, headlining Zanies Comedy Club in Nashville, Chicago, and St. Charles, The Improv in Atlanta, BAM in Brooklyn, The Meltdown in LA, Punch Line in SF, NY Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Piccolo Spoleto, and the Charleston Comedy Festival at Theatre 99. Reformed Whores debut album "Ladies Don't Spit" is available on iTunes today!
Nick Stargu is a musician, comedian, and writer who is best know for his musical comedy act, DJ REAL, which has been featured in the San Francisco Sketch Festival, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the San Francisco Comedy Competition, and more. And he’s opened for Devo!. Nick also performs as Imaginary Radio with comedy partner, Drennon Davis. For more info, check out www.djrealsmells.com!