Clean can often mean not funny, but in the case of Brian Regan, it means streamlined, creative and enthusiastic. Audiences have been drawn to his howl-worthy comedy, which ranges from profound insights to silly exaggerations. Since his first appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman" back in 1995, Regan has emerged as a viewer and audience favorite, typically making more than 80 stops a year to sold-out audiences across the country.
The Australian-born Jim Jefferies is a headline performer in countries such as Canada, Asia, South Africa, Europe and the UK. Regarded as one of the fastest-rising stars in the comedy world, his brash confrontational style has made him one of the most sought after comics on the world stage.
Comedian and impressionist Frank Caliendo gained fame on "The Late Show with David Letterman" in addition to appearances on "The Bob & Tom Show," Opie & Anthony and Howard Stern. He joined the cast of "Mad TV" in 2002 with his uncanny impressions of John Madden, Al Pacino and Robin Williams, among others. He left in 2007 and starred in his own TBS show, "Frank TV," and his sports-world impressions, as seen on Fox NFL Sunday and on ESPN, have garnered him a host of fans as well. His knack for capturing the essence of actors, celebrities and sports figures may well have audiences doing double-takes even as he stands right in front of them.
Comedian Jim Breuer has been continuing to make audiences laugh since his departure at the end of the 1997 season of "Saturday Night Live." During his time at SNL, he was probably best known for his original character, "Goat Boy." He's also appeared in such films as "Half Baked," "Crooked Lines" and "Artie Lange's Beer League." Nowadays, after over 20 years of stand-up comedy experience, Breuer is considered one of the country's top entertainers and along with his live appearances is also the host of a weekly Sirius/XM Radio show, "Fridays with Breuer."
Crowned the new "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul," Mary J. Blige enjoyed a breakout year in 1992 with 'What's the 411?' Such singles as 'Reminisce' and 'Real Love' thrust the Atlanta-born singer into the spotlight at age 21. The proof of her acclaim is in the consistent #1 albums and singles, multiple Grammy awards, nearly 10 multi-platinum records and over 20 years of love from the public, critics and fellow artists. She's touring behind her latest, 'My Life II...the Journey Continues.'
A star of the international stage as well as the big and small screens, this immensely creative artist holds audiences rapt wherever he goes, as in his Tony Award-winning role as the Emcee in the 1998 Broadway revival of 'Cabaret.'
Lewis Black's insights and love/hate relationship with America are brilliantly expressed in his concerts and TV appearances worldwide. Perhaps best known for his hilarious rants on Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show,' Lewis' live performances provide a cathartic release of anger and disillusionment for his audience. He yells so they don't have to. He is the rare comic who can cause an audience to laugh themselves silly while still making making compelling points about the absurdity of our world.