Kenny Bob Davis, Fri. May 24th - Sun. May 26th
Kenny started his career in show business as a folk-singer in the mid-sixties. It was within this atmosphere that he developed his heightened sense of audience rapport and interplay. Kenny found that his quick wit and country charm were magic ingredients that could turn any audience into a group of friends. His act blossomed into a professional presentation of comedy, music and FUN! Kenny sang, played guitar and banjo, and shared many of his real life zany characters with his audience: the zaniest being, himself.
Kenny has been seen in numerous commercials and television series, showcasing his various different characters. His TV acting resume includes Murder She Wrote, MadTV, and Sisters. Kenny has also guest-starred on many TV shows as a comedian. (Prime Time Country, John Davidson, Merv Griffin, and the Norm Crosby Comedy Shop) Kenny even found time in a busy schedule to do a feature film for Steven Spielberg film, Gremlins.
FEATURE: DAVE ANDERSON!
A nationally touring comedian, Dave Anderson has performed at the country's premier comedy clubs, including the world famous Improv in Los Angeles. He has appeared on numerous television shows such as: "Star Search," Showtime's "Comedy Club Network," and "An Evening at the Improv." His comedy is heard around the world on Sirius and XM satellite radio. Most recently Dave was a contributing writer for the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
Dave is currently an Emmy award winning co-host of the long running morning television talk show "AM Northwest" on KATU TV and co- host of the highly rated "Mark and Dave Show" on 1190 KEX in Portland.
Dave's unique ability to blend clean, intelligent material with audience interaction has made him a favorite at corporate events and college campuses across America.
The audience plays a major role in Dave's show. He has an amazing ability to turn ordinary conversations into hilarious comedy routines while remaining clean and inoffensive. The Oregonian dubbed him "The quickest wit around." The San Francisco Examiner said he was, "relaxed, likeable, and funny . . ." Willamette Week said, "He ad- libs better than most comedians write." Because of his quick wit and audience rapport, no two shows are ever exactly alike.