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Comedy: Kurt Metzger

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 16, 2010
A veteran of the New York comedy scene, Kurt Metzger has quite an impressive resume. He has appeared on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham as well as his own half-hour special for that network. He was also a regular on VH-1's 'Best Week Ever.' Thursday-Sunday at Go Bananas.  

Comedy: Cash Levy

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Over the years you may have seen Cash Levy on any number of TV talk shows. Perhaps you caught him on Comedy Central. However, those controlled doses don’t really capture the comedic sensibilities of his club set. While he has plenty of good jokes, his real love is just interacting with the crowd and improvising. Thursday-Sunday at Go Bananas.  

Schneider Gets Back on Stage

Fellow 'SNL' alum push comedian to try stand-up again

0 Comments · Friday, January 29, 2010
Like most current and former 'Saturday Night Live' cast members, Rob Schneider started out as a stand-up comic. Unlike many of that show's alumni, since then he hasn't spent a lot of time telling jokes in front of live audiences. It was pals Chris Rock and Adam Sandler who gave him the nudge.  

Comedy: Rob Schneider

0 Comments · Friday, January 29, 2010
Like most current and former Saturday Night Live cast members, Rob Schneider started out as a stand-up comic. Unlike many of that show’s alumni, since then he hasn’t spent a lot of time telling jokes in front of live audiences. Until now. He performs at the Funny Bone on the Levee Friday-Sunday.  

Comedy: Jeff Dunham

0 Comments · Monday, January 25, 2010
Once, while visiting The Late Show, David Letterman introduced Jeff Dunham as "a man who has twice won the prestigious Ventriloquist of the Year Award," to which the crowd tittered. However, when Dunham came out with his Walter character, he killed, as usual. Dunham brings his national tour to the Bank of Kentucky Center tonight.  

Comedy: Vic Henley

0 Comments · Monday, January 25, 2010
"My show's always different," says Comedian Vic Henley. "I try to mix it up when I come to (Cincinnati)." He plays Go Bananas about once a year and feels he really has his finger on the pulse of the Tristate. "I've been there so many times over the years, I know a lot of things about Cincinnati." He'll be appearing Thursday-Sunday.  

Jeff Dunham Dummies Up

Ventriloquist superstar keeps artform hip and edgy

1 Comments · Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Once, while visiting 'The Late Show,' David Letterman introduced Jeff Dunham as "a man who has twice won the prestigious Ventriloquist of the Year Award," to which the crowd tittered. However, when Dunham came out with his Walter character, he killed, as usual.   

Solitary Refinement

Owl City and Lights find wide audience with their solo crafted Electronic Pop

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 20, 2010
From the humblest of beginnings Adam Young has built a 21st Century Pop juggernaut called Owl City that's traveled the information superhighway on a meteoric rise to fame and acclaim. Opening on Young's current tour is the lovely and talented Lights, whose birth name is Valerie Poxleitner. In a way, you could call her the female and/or Canadian version of Owl City. The similarities are striking.  

Music: Owl City and Lights

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Whether he knows his '80s Synth Pop or not, Owl City has struck a chord with everyone from Gen Xers to the tween set. Though Owl City is compared to contemporary groups like The Postal Service, echoes of Kraftwerk, New Order and OMD are evident, even if Young doesn’t know who the forefathers of Techno Pop are exactly. He plays a sold out show with Lights at the Madison Theater.  

Comedy: Vince Morris

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Comedian Vince Morris isn’t sure at what point he realized he could be funny for a living. “I don’t know, I’m still trying to figure out if I’m being funny for a living,” he says with a laugh. “I realized about two or three years after starting out that I can do this for my career.” He performs at Go Bananas Thursday-Sunday.