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Stan & Doug

A Pacific Northwest musical-comedy duo led by Stan Boreson, the self-described “Ruler of Scandinavian Laughter,” and his partner in criminal offense, Doug Setterberg, Everett, Washington’s Stan & Doug were well-regarded regional radio and tv personalities through the 1960s and ’70s. Pursuing in the footsteps of Tacoma’s Yogi Yorgesson, the stage …

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Michael Flanders

A music comedy duo most active in Britain through the 1950s and 60s, Michael Flanders (b. 1922) and Donald Swann (b. 1923) 1st met one another as schoolboys at Westminster in 1936. In 1939 both collaborated on a part of a musical revue entitled “DO IT NOW,” with Swann adding …

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The City Boys

The City Young boys aren’t a group by itself, but warrant an entry because their annual group of live performances have led to several CD produces under their banner. Shaped by three stars already popular in their very own best: Saiki Shigeru, Otaku Makoto, and Kitaro (not really the musician), …

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Donald Swann

A music comedy duo most active in Britain through the 1950s and ’60s, Michael Flanders (b. 1922) and Donald Swann (b. 1923) 1st met one another as schoolboys at Westminster in 1936. In 1939, both collaborated on portion of a musical revue entitled Do it now, with Swann adding piano …

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Harry Hill

Well-known for his surreal humor and Sunday night prime-time display Television Burp, Harry Hill joined up with Peter Kay, Matt Lucas, and Reeves & Mortimer one of many contemporary comedians who’ve flipped their hand to singing along with his 2010 debut album Crazy Times. Created in Woking, Surrey in 1964, …

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The Lonely Island

A comedic trio originally known for some “digital shorts” aired on Sunday Evening Live, the Lonely Isle feature three from the show’s authors, Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone. Samberg originally fulfilled Schaffer and Taccone in Berkeley, California while participating in junior senior high school. After graduating senior high …

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Bo Burnham

His mother’s actually a nurse and his father owns a building business, but if Sarah Silverman and Ben Folds had a teenage boy they’d probably audio nearly the same as comedian, vocalist, songwriter, and Internet superstar Bo Burnham. Created and elevated in the Boston region, Burnham was within the honor …

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Red State Update

Red State Revise is a byproduct from the Blue Training collar Humor revolution with an act that’s mostly politics and ironic enough to become championed with the intensifying on the web magazine Salon.com. Comedians Jonathan Shockley and Travis Harmon play Dunlap and Jackie Broyles, two nation bumpkins who record their …

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Brian Posehn

Self-professed nerd and rock addict, comedian, writer, and actor Brian Posehn became a cult preferred thanks to the HBO series Mr. Display. Posehn have been a longtime friend of David Mix and both had worked collectively in the stage display Three Goofballs, which ultimately morphed into Mr. Display. Posehn had …

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Hape Kerkeling

German professional and comedian Hape Kerkeling reigned for more than two decades as you of his homeland’s most well-known funnymen. Delivered Hans Peter Kerkeling in Recklinghausen on Dec 9, 1964, he spent his teenager years playing in the music group Gesundfutter before getting into humor, first earning interest via performances …

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