Monthly Archives: February 2013

Remembering Brian E. Kiley

Brian E. Kiley

As most of you have heard, Nashville comedian and former School of Laughs student Brian E. Kiley died at the hands of a drunk driver last weekend. He had just worked with John Reep (of Last Comic Standing fame) who

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A message from Doug Stanhope

A message from our friend / dead beat hero, Doug Stanhope: ATTN: TENNESSEE Just wanted to let you know that there aren’t any more dates being added to the Big Stink Comedy Tour 2013 so get your tickets while you

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Craig Smith & Friends @ Springwater 2/22/2013

Craig Smith & Friends @ Springwater Feb. 22, 2013

Craig Smith & Friends Comedy Show The stand-up and stories of Craig Smith plus Chad Riden, Ryan Williams, Rob “Hotsauce” Haynes. 9pm Friday, February 22, 2013 Springwater; 115 27th Ave N.; Nashville, TN 37203 (Facebook event)

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Brian E. Kiley killed by drunk driver in NC this morning

Brian E. Kiley

I’m very sorry to report that in the early morning hours of Sunday, February 17th, 2013, after his show in North Carolina our friend Brian E. Kiley was killed by a drunk driver. Raleigh, NC’s News & Observer reported: A

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N’Sup Showcase at Zanies (2/20)

NashvilleStandUp Showcase at Zanies

The Showcase @ Zanies is a showcase of the funniest professional comedians based in the Nashville area, plus guest sets from traveling comics, and a few up-and-coming young comics from the local Nashville scene. The 2/20 lineup includes: Chad

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