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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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Brute Force

Brute Force, blessed Stephen Friedland in Shirt Town, NJ in 1940, was initially attracted to the stage at age eight following watching his mom act in various plays on the Shirt Town Jewish Community Middle Theatre. Friedland continuing to hone his efficiency skills throughout senior high school both on-stage and …

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Meske, Keiser & Kircher

Impressionists Phil Meske, Lloyd Jay Keiser, and Nina Kircher pooled their skills for 2000’s elaborate Titanic II: The Humor Recording, which featured the trio’s gaggle of superstar impersonations in addition highly detailed creation ideals and a live support orchestra.

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John Krautner

John Krautner is a rock and roll musician located in Detroit, Michigan. Developing up in the suburb of Royal Oak, he created a high-school music group with friend and drummer Marc Fellis, who, along with vocalist/guitarist Bobby Harlow, would later on find success using the important garage music group the …

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Fettes Brot

Dubbed “Hamburg’s hip-hop dinosaur” by its members, German trio Fettes Brot could very well be best likened towards the Beastie Boys, posting using their American counterparts an identical longevity, a comparably eclectic creative sensibility as well as the same white pores and skin. Fettes Brot (approximately, “fat breads,” and a …

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Tommy Seebach

Although small known beyond Traditional western Europe, singer Tommy Seebach looms huge for the Danish pop landscape, enjoying substantial chart success for over 25 % century. Delivered Thomas Seebach Mortensen in Copehagen on Sept 14, 1949, he researched piano as a kid with 14 shaped his first music group, “the …

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Adult Children of Heterosexuals

A part of Boston’s Theater Offensive and founded by users from the legendary United Fruits Organization, this hard-edged, co-gender cabaret music group entertains within an exciting and provocative method with their mixture of large camp and low laughter.

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McGough & McGear

McGough & McGear was a spin-off from the Scaffold, the Uk comedy/pop trio well-known for including Mike McGear, Paul McCartney’s brother. The Scaffold also included poet Roger McGough and John Gorman. Minus Gorman, the duo of McGough & McGear released a self-titled recording in 1968. Definately not being only a …

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Pat Paulsen

A tongue-in-jowl method of American politics produced Pat Paulsen probably one of the most influential comedians from the 1960s and ’70s. Most widely known for his zany editorializing for the funny late-’60s television range display, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, Paulsen was a five-time applicant for the presidency for the …

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Richard Brautigan

Richard Brautigan was a significant American author of the 1960s and 1970s, his droll, financial, gallows-humor prose linking the beatnik and hippie eras, aswell as reflecting many quintessentially American character traits and scenarios. His most acclaimed books include Trout Angling in the us, The Abortion, The Hawkline Monster, and Willard …

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