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  • Results May Vary

    The always funny Jonnie W. is back at the Dry Bar to warn the perils of nursery, homeschoolers, and seat warmers.

  • Glutton for Punishment

    Christian Pieper is an award-winning and crowd-pleasing comedian from Beaver Dam, Kentucky, now living in Los Angeles.

  • Southern By The Grace Of God

    Killer Beaz has spent most of his life in Mississippi, where fantasy vs. reality can become a bit muddled. True or not, the stories of Killer’s comedy career beginning in 5th grade science class or his biggest life change coming from a loose trailer hitch are worth the wonder.

  • Sometimes You Gotta Laugh

    Having survived 45 years of marriage and car troubles, Debbie Childers is ready to tell her story. As a 65-year-old, God-loving woman, Debbie’s warm charm brings both laughter and lessons.

  • Southern Not Stupid

    Mark is here to relay the stupidity of the human race. Among his claims are proof that Miss Piggy is alive and well, indoor plumbing is widely accessible in the South, and hunting is not and never will be a sport.

  • Doodle All Day

    JJ Barrows was raised in South Carolina as the middle child of a preacher's family. Having always felt a little different, JJ uses humor to navigate through the realities of life, being single through her thirties, and adjusting to life changes brought about by age, a cross country move, and even...

  • Not My Cup of Tea

    Jonnie W addresses the Tennessee-born stereotype. Whether or not he matches up to it, his voiced inner monologue is sure to leave you on his side when it comes to new country radio, double decker grave plots, and the difference between fish and beef.

  • This is My Real Accent

    Lisa Mills is an Atlanta based, award-winning comedian, speaker, and author. Her acting debut was working alongside network television's favorite military gal, Catherine Bell on the Lifetime Channel's hit show, Army Wives.

  • Crooked Ginger

    If you're looking for the reason why to use a ladle to eat lucky charms, or why being a Bigfoot hunter is better than being a comedian, your search ends with Brent Terhune, who's "known from time to time, to tell a few jokes."

  • Uphill Both Ways

    Mike Speenberg has been a professional touring Stand-up comedian for 20 years. He's performed on 5 different continents, entertained everyone from Hall of Fame Athletes to US Diplomats, shared the stage with everyone from Robin Williams to Bill Burr, and been featured on everything from CNN to th...

  • Tartar Terrorist

    In-demand stand up comedian known for his machine gun approach and hilarious, clean material. He has performed all over the U.S.

  • You're Just Hungry

    Bob Smiley’s mind races 100 miles per hour. Underwater birth? Maybe not. Giving your enemy’s name out at Prison? Maybe yes. Choosing laughter’s medicine over morphine? Depends on how bad your leg is hurt.

  • Who?

    Brandon Vestal's low key, deeply personal and honest style has made him a fast favorite in the comedy world, a "Don't Miss" for college audiences, and a club favorite.

  • Badgerine

    Big Al connects with his audiences--getting them to appreciate the lighter side of their own lives relating his observations and experiences.

  • Most of This is Baby Fat

    Andy Forrester's brand of off-the-wall humor has made him a fan favorite at clubs all over the country for almost 20 years.

  • Jasmine Ellis: Nobody's Queen

    Jasmine Ellis shares her unapologetically hilarious takes on being a newly married millennial and why she could either be the best or worst employee in the world depending on the stars.

  • Fun To Hug

    Jenna Kim Jones is a comedian known for her strong personality and little to no upper body strength. She recently came to grips with the fact that she will never be able to do a pull up and earn her 4th grade Presidential Fitness Award though she plans to exploit this limitation into a book or re...

  • Mixed Reviews

    Kentucky born and living the best of both worlds, Joe Deuce talks about his encounters with amish police, real-time irony, and toilet paper personality tests.

  • America's Sweetheart

    Born in Texas and raised in Augusta, Georgia – Billy Anderson is a stand-up comedian currently living in Seattle, Washington

  • Hair Chronicles

    Landry's energy is contagious. Coming to the Dry Bar stage with a fresh, bold take on common tropes, he describes the difference between first-class passengers and everyone else; a DUI and an IUD; and Cracker Barrel versus any yard sale.

  • Old Dog, New Jokes

    Jeffrey Jena is one of the top corporate and cruise comics working today. His thirty-three years of live performance experience and over forty national television shows, both as an actor and comic give him the ability to work for any audience

  • I Am Coach

    Marty's act is filled with actual events from his life. Everything he says is a true story based on something that either happened to him, his kids, or that he made up entirely.

  • Go Dawgs!

    In Karen Morgan’s experience, KonMari-ing doesn’t work on people; nut juice is not, and never will be, milk; and middle aged woman who walk together, save lives together.