Stylistically manic, artistically brilliant, AJ Finney is an eclectic midwesterner with a passion for the psychedelic scene of the Sixties. Comedy, jam bands and Volkswagens — that’s him. He’s an eco-friendly, improvisational, sometimes philosophical, patchouli-soaked quipster. AJ’s organic approach is refreshing and his poetic stream of consciousness style makes for a colorful and unforgettable comedic experience. His audience (much like the Deadheads) are finding him through alternative venues such as music festivals, head shops, and record stores. In 2015 AJ joined TJ Miller on his Meticulously Ridiculous tour. In 2014 AJ was crowned “Best of the Midwest” winner at Gilda’s LaughFest in Grand Rapids, was featured on the FOX television show Laughs, and was one of the 100 performers chosen for Season 8 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. In 2013 he was a semifinalist in the Comedy Central talent search Up Next, as well as a finalist in the 2011 San Francisco International Comedy Competition. He was voted “Best in Fest” at the 2011 Detroit LaughFest and was a finalist in HBO’s Lucky 21 comedy competition. AJ is an effective and engaging storyteller with a rhythm that quickly pulls you into his world. You'll laugh until you leave and then later you'll laugh again.
Jose Macall is a joke-hawker from Denver, Colorado. His penchant for offbeat joke writing has allowed him to successfully infiltrate the High Plains Comedy Festival, Project Pabst, The Denver Improv, Comedy Works as well as every dive, hideaway, nook and cranny with a stage to raid. He has worked with acts such as Adam Cayton-Holland, Ben Kronberg and Rory Scovel. He is definitely not a spy.
Natalia Kvalem is a comedian, circus artist, Art Director for No Gods No Masters, and a Blue Dime Cabaret performer. She is a highly sought after dinner guest, cat purrson, citizen of the land of Ooo, taco bell enthusiast, purveyor of puns, slayer of elves, Potterhead, blanket fort aficionado, Cat-leesi.
Doors 8pm/ Show 9pm
$5 in February
$10 in March
$15 at the Door (Day of Show)
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