Janet Williams, a.k.a., The Tennessee Tramp is a Nationally touring comedian who plays "A" rooms throughout the United States and Canada. She has done several USO tours including Japan, Korea, Guam, and Germany.
She has been a guest on the John Boy and Billy radio show, and does radio throughout the nation.
Her audiences consist of folks 18 to 80 as her subject matter encompasses all ages, genders, and ethnic groups. She has an endearing stage presence that makes her audiences think of her as a crazy grandmother, a wacky aunt, or a nutty neighbor. All can relate to her in some way.
She has been on National Television for two seasons on BET Comic View, and was cast as Trudy Sparks in the Mystic Java sitcom filmed in Chattanooga.
She is a lovable force to be reckoned with, and audiences leave her shows feeling she is part of the family.
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- Bryan Ricci is a local favorite who's won the 2010 AZ Laugh Off and was the co-host of "The B and Gass Show" on KWSS 106.7 which New Times voted Best Comedy Radio Show.
- He currently tours with DL Hughley, he's been featured on XM Satellite Comedy Radio, the Rascals Comedy Hour and also headlines major clubs across the country.
- Bryan is one of the fastest rising stars in comedy and has worked with other comedic greats including Jimmy Fallon and Gabriel Iglesias. His wide range of topics appeal to all walks of life and his ability to turn his personal obstacles into comedy makes him unique and memorable.
- Hailing from Minneapolis, where after receiving a degree in something or other Steve became really bored and started telling jokes into a microphone.
He first began honing his craft at the Acme Comedy Club, and has quickly emerged as a fast-rising talent in one of the strongest and most competitive comedy scenes in the country. Steve has been touring non-stop for the past seven years, appearing in some of the best comedy clubs and festivals in the country. He has made opening appearances for Kyle Kinane, Tommy Johnigan, Dave Attell, Tom Green, Tom Segura, Harland Williams, Jim Bruer, Doug Benson, Gilbert Gottfried, and Emo Phillips
2014 two TV appearances on Fox's "Laughs" 2014 Bridgetown Comedy Festival
2013 Gilda's Laughfest - Best of the Midwest runner-up
2013 Top Ten Comedy Album of the year - Comedy-Reviews.com
2012 Finalist in CMT's Next Big Comic
2011 Boston Comedy Festival
- Brad Upton is a past winner of the Las Vegas Comedy Festival
- Appeared at Caesar's Palace as part of the HBO Comedy Festival.
- He has been seen in concert with Johnny Mathis, Kenny Rogers, The Smothers Brothers, Lewis Black, Joan Rivers, Dolly Parton, Rita Rudner and Tim Allen.
Twenty-six years and 5000 shows have made this Seattle based comic a much sought after performer and earned the respect of his peers.
Writing about everyday life, a long term marriage and anything else that pops into his head, Brad packs more laughs-per-minute into his set than nearly anyone in the business.
He is currently touring theaters and performing arts centers with The Masters of Stand Up, a group that includes comedy stars: Jimmy Brogan, Cathy Ladman and Maryellen Hooper. His new CD entitled, "Smart Guy, Stupid World" is heard regularly on XM and Sirius Satellite Radio and is available on iTunes.
- Brooklyn born Brian Scolaro is an actor and stand-up comedian. He is most known for his appearances on "CONAN", his half hour Comedy Central special "COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS: BRIAN SCOLARO", as Doug on TBS's "SULLIVAN AND SON", and as Stuart on FOX's "STACKED". He got his start as a regular performer at The Comedy Cellar in NYC, and was invited to appear at the Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival in 1998. From there, he was added to the cast of the NBC sitcom "THREE SISTERS". Brian then became a regular cast member on the FOX sitcom "STACKED" which was penned by Steve Levitan (Modern Family) and starred Pamela Anderson and Christopher Lloyd. About his role of Stuart Miller on "Stacked", The LA Times said "Scolaro is terrfic. An actual sitcom find." SInce then, Brian has had recurring roles on "SULLIVAN AND SON", "KROLL SHOW", "LIFE AND TIMES OF TIM" and "WIZARDS OF WAVERLY PLACE." About his role on "Sullivan", Brian Doyle Murray (Caddyshack) stated Scolaro is "one of the best I've ever seen." Brian also has had guest roles on such shows as "BONES", "DEXTER", "MAD MEN", "GREY'S ANATOMY," "TRUTH BE TOLD", "HARRY'S LAW," "MEN OF A CERTAIN AGE", "THE MIDDLE", THE BROTHERS SOLOMON" and many other programs and films.
Matt has performed stand-up on Conan. Comedy Central named Matt one of 10 "Comics to Watch." He was a character on the new Jonathan Katz series "Explosion Bus," and after winning the 2012 Magner's Comedy Festival he was invited to perform in the Glasgow International Comedy Festival in Scotland.
In 2011 Matt was one of the twenty comedians hand picked by David Letterman's Talent Coordinator to perform in the Johnny Carson Great American Comedy Festival in Norfolk, NE where he went on to be a top eight finalist. That same year Eugene Mirman invited him to perform at the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival in New York and was voted the Best Comedian in Boston by the Boston Phoenix.
Matt has performed in clubs, colleges, basements, battleships, festivals, theaters, high school gymnasiums, college cafeterias and raised money for all sorts of causes from breast cancer to nipple awareness.
- Steve comes from an unconventional background.
He was a cartoonist for the Houston Chronicles but knew early on that comedy was in his blood and would manifest itself in one way or another. He found that drawing cartoons was not nearly expressive enough for his exuberant personality and ventured onto the stage at an amateur night in a Houston comedy club."So I went up and made fun of my ex-wife. That was easy." He soon became a fixture at Houston's Comedy Workshop where Sam Kinison and Bill Hicks launched their careers.
A Star Search semi-finalist, Steve is a veteran of virtually every cable comedy show, including A&E's "Evening at the Improv," Nashville Network's "Crook and Chase," Showtime's "Comedy Club Network" and "Comedy All Stars," "Caroline's Comedy Hour," TNN's "Nashville Now," "Music City Tonight" and "Funny Business," VH-1's "Stand Up, Stand Up" and MTV's "Half Hour Comedy Show," CMT's "20 Most Redneck Moments" and CMT's "Comedy Stage."