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Steve Hytner

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Steve Hytner is an actor, speaker, and comedian, and he is well known for his character Kenny Bania on the well-loved series, Seinfeld. Some of the most popular TV shows he occasionally appeared in include CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The X-Files, Two and a Half Men, The King of Queens, Friends, Thats So Raven, George Lopez, Roswell, Hung on HBO,... read full bio

Christina Pazsitzky

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Christina Pazsitzky (pronounced Puh-jshit-ski) is a nationally touring comedian and co-host of the popular podcast Your Moms House with her husband Tom Segura, also a comedian. She has been a round table regular and writer on the popular E! show Chelsea Lately, and is in the Showtime stand up special Red Light Comedy as well as TV Guide Channels Stand... read full bio

Trina Parks

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Trina Parks is best known as the first African-American lead in a James Bond film. She portrayed Thumper in the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever opposite Sean Connery. Parks is also a dancer having majored in modern dance she has choreographed many shows including a dance number for the Golden Globes. She was also an unaccredited dancer in the... read full bio

Grandmaster Melle Mel

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Grandmaster Melle Mel is one of raps greatest innovators, as former leader of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five. The first rap group in history to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Furious Fives greatest hits include the Gold-certified Freedom, The Birthday Party, Step Off, Pump Me Up, King of the Streets, and Vice, which... read full bio

Crystal Waters

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When you hear the name Crystal Waters, you immediately think of a woman whose talent and brand has sustained her 20-year career, yet the breadth of her work continues to engage new fans and please her enormous base. She is best known for her string of domestic and international number one dance hits, including her signature smash, Gypsy Woman (She's... read full bio

Jimmy Clanton

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Pop vocalist Clantons smooth singing style appealed to the teen market and his subsequent releases were aimed in that direction. 'My Own True Love' used the melody of 'Tara's Theme' from Gone With The Wind. His most famous record, 'Venus In Blue Jeans', co-written by Neil Sedaka, gave him his last US Top 10 hit, in late 1962. The song... read full bio

Paul Ogata

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Paul Ogatas material centers around his Japanese-American upbringing and his recent marital foibles. He funnels all of his material through an animated and quick delivery to give the audience a wild ride through his stream of consciousness. Paul officially became The Funniest Asian-American Comedian in the U.S. after winning the The TakeOut Comedy Competiiton, a coast-to-coast search across America for... read full bio

Seventh Day Slumber

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Christian rock band Seventh Day Slumber has a decade-plus legacy of reaching kids on the fringe with their hard rock worship sounds and with lead singer Joseph Rojas amazing testimony. Rojas overcame home abuse, drug addiction and a suicide attempt before he became a Christian and formed the band. Seventh Day Slumbers most popular songs include Oceans from the Rain... read full bio

Mrs. Hughes (Carol Hughes)

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Carol Hughes began her comedy career when she was forty. And is seemingly familiar as your next-door neighbor. Mrs. Hughes draws upon life lessons in composing her hilarious situational one-liners. Her act is punctuated with pithy observations on parenting, hot flashes, and husbands, Theyre like brassieres. Sometimes you just want to be rid of them... read full bio

Tim Young

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With a background that stretches from classical theater to improvisation, TIM YOUNG was poised to enter the world of serious theater". Fortunately for the world, Tim's first place finish at a college laugh-off turned him toward the immediate gratification of stand-up comedy. Part innocent child, part devil's advocate, Tim's style encompasses everything from the cerebral to the physical. He has... read full bio

The Misshapes

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The Misshapes are a New York City-based DJ duo. Beginning in 2003, the duo cultivated a large following when they brought to downtown New York City the dance party, Misshapes". After a successful 4 year run, the duo discontinued Misshapes as a weekly party. Since then, the trio continues to DJ and have done several outside projects, including a style... read full bio

Nick Lewin

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Nick Lewin started his magician career in London, England as a kid performing on the streets. Lewin read a book about the great magician Houdini as a kid, and is what sparked his interests as becoming a magician. Unlike most kids, though, Nick's fascination with magic never wavered. At the age of 16, Lewins career as a professional magician started... read full bio

Nikki Mckibbin

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Nikki McKibbin gained her name to fame by auditioning to the very popular American reality TV series American Idol. She made the journey all the way to the finals of the shows very first season. Nikki McKibbin was one of the first finalists to sing rock in the competition. Nikki was determined to stick with her rock roots. After her... read full bio

Kathie Baillie

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Listening to Kathie Baillie sing is an intimate experience. She can break your heart, make you want to get up and dance, and at times, inspire and comfort you. No matter what type of song, Kathie Baillie sings with a passion and purity uniquely her own. Articulate and evocative, Kathie's voice has an emotional depth that brings the lyrics to... read full bio

Bruce Smirnoff

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With over 30 years of writing and performance under his belt, Bruce Smirnoff's stage persona is a cross-between Woody Allen and Rodney Dangerfield. Seated on a stool, his cordial manner engages members of the audience, and he speaks to them as if they were still in his living room. His delivery is smooth, and in between the one-liners are lessons... read full bio

Limeliters

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The Limeliters are a folk music group formed by Lou Gottlieb (bass), Alex Hassilev (baritone), and Glenn Yarbrough (tenor). The group was active from 1959 until 1965, when they disbanded. After a hiatus of sixteen years Yarbrough, Hassilev, and Gottlieb reunited and began performing as The Limeliters again. The Limeliters are still active and performing, but Hassilev,... read full bio



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