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Pam Ayres

A legendary British humorist, poet, performer, and presenter, Pam Ayres was created in Stanford-in-the-Vale in the wintertime of 1947. A gifted college student in British and Artwork, Ayres instead proceeded to go the safer path career-wise, and thought we would be considered a clerical associate in the civil support. It …

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Jeff Grace

A multi-talented designer who functions as a performer and behind the moments, Jeff Elegance had established himself as an acting professional, writer, maker, and movie director before he released his first album like a standup comic. Jeff Elegance was raised in Basking Ridge, NJ. He graduated from Morristown-Beard SENIOR HIGH …

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Adam West

Adam Western world stepped in to the function of comic criminal offense fighter Batman in the tv screen group of the same name through the 1960s. Advertising tie-ins towards the Caped Crusader abounded, from lunchboxes and pajamas to recordings. The 7″ one “Batman and Robin,” supported by “THE STORYPLOT of …

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Renzo Cesana

Airing through the early ’50s, The Continental was a day tv program targeted at bored, love-starved housewives. The display starred Renzo Cesana, who read poetry to his audiences while sipping on one glass of wines. Cesana’s seductively dried out readings possess since resurfaced as concealed bonus monitors on Capitol Information’ …

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Nowhere

Nowhere (stylized mainly because the affirmative “nowHere”) combines the skills of spoken term vocalist Trey Hales and instrumentalist Anays Torres (of My Iron Lung). Nearly rap, not really totally slam poetry, Nowhere’s music is designed for poignancy, with Hales’ stories woven over Torres’ split sonics. A indigenous of Portland, Oregon, …

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Bloodhag

With hardly any exceptions, joke or gimmick bands have usually had an exceptionally short shelf life in the pop market place. There was actually no dependence on a second recording from the faux reggae Led Zeppelin cover music group Dread Zeppelin, for instance. But, most joke rings don’t possess a …

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Awesome Cool Dudes

Five dudes from Bloomington, IN (namely, Cory Plump, Jay McElfresh, Nate Lineback, Nate “Brand-new Nate” Cross, and Brandon Crowe) came together as the Amazing Great Dudes in 2003. Slinging a method of tongue-planted-firmly-in-cheek humor disco that nodded to contemporaries like Har Mar Superstar and Kennedy, the fivesome self-released six full-length …

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Brad Stine

Comic Brad Stine could be a patriotic Christian conventional, but his penchant for biting cultural commentary and in-your-face physicality rivals that of several of his secular contemporaries. The Indiana indigenous honed his abilities in LA before settling down in Nashville. His action, which originally combined magic and secular humor, is …

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John Dunn

This performer was area of the original National Lampoon crew and it is featured over the 1977 THAT ISN’T Funny, That’s Sick opus.

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Ina Souez

This Western gal may have grown to be a qualified opera success over the sophisticated continent of European countries, establishing herself among the leading sopranos at Britain’s Glyndebourne Festival through the second half from the 1930s. She acquired a particular skill for memorization and eventually could learn a fresh part …

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