Topic: Comedy on the Cumberland
Nashville, TN – Family and friends will gather at Centennial Park Event Shelter in Nashville this Sunday, as some of the funniest comedians in the Music City will gather to remember their friend, Brian E. Kiley, who was killed by a drunk driver while returning home to Nashville from a North Carolina performance.
This comedy show, includes a one mile walk and auction, which will raise money for the Brian E. Kiley Memorial Fund to benefit his wife and step-daughter.
Clarksville, TN -I simply can’t put into words the sadness I’m feeling over the death of Nashville comedian, Brian E. Kiley. I met him when I entered the Nashville comedy scene a few years ago. He was an amazing comic, and just one of the nicest guys I’ve ever met.
Brian E. Kiley was killed by a drunk driver as he drove home from a performance in North Carolina a couple of weeks ago.
The heart wrenching tragedy of this is being felt throughout the Nashville comedy community. Brian was just a guy everybody was pulling for. There was no doubt he was going to “make it.”
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville’s original radio station, WJZM 1400am, has transferred ownership. In a joint announcement this week, previous owner, Hank Bonecutter, said he had agreed to sell the corporation to local businessmen David Loos Jr, Greg Walker, and Mike Parchman. The sale became official on Tuesday.
“My wife and I are extremely excited about the sale,” said Bonecutter. “We have put a lot of hard work into WJZM, and this opportunity only comes along once in a lifetime to go out on your terms. I have dedicated my broadcasting career to the Clarksville-Fort Campbell community, bringing news, sports and current events to the public as reliable and credible as I can be. I think my legacy will be left on WJZM forever. I’m very excited, and proud of what I’ve accomplished.” «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – There are a few tickets left for Comedy on the Cumberland Tuesday night. Presented by F&M Bank, the show starts at 7:00pm at the Riverview Inn. The show features rising star Jonnie W. and stars Nate Bargatze.
This show will benefit the Restore Ministries of the YMCA. So come out and show your support for Restore Ministries. Get your tickets today!
Using Laughter to Change our Community
Clarksville, TN – The hilariously funny Comedy on the Cumberland returns for another season of stand-up comedy in Clarksville, April 24th, 7:00pm at the Riverview Inn, to benefit Restore Ministries and the YMCA.
Restore Ministries is a new program that offers small groups, counseling and other services to help those in our community make lasting positive changes in their lives. No matter what needs attention and healing, Restore Ministries can provide the support and guidance a person needs to learn, grow and ultimately thrive. Restore Ministries accomplishes this two ways: counseling and small groups.
Clarksville, TN – Comedy on the Cumberland, presented by F&M Bank is Tuesday, April 24th at a new venue, the Riverview Inn starting at 7:00pm. The headliner for the show is Nate Bargatze and rising star Jonnie W. will be featured. This show will benefit the Restore Ministries of the YMCA. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – When Comedy on the Cumberland began in Clarksville two years ago, the man behind the event said it was just an idea to generate advertising revenue, and raise money for local charity. Now the event has become one of the most popular stops by comedians around the country.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville’s favorite night of stand-up comedy returns for 2012 as F&M Bank presents Comedy on the Cumberland on April 24th at its new venue, the Riverview Inn. This comedy series features some of the funniest stand-up comedians in the country, and is set to be even bigger and better than before.
“Comedy on the Cumberland is one of the best things we do here at the bank, said Sammie Stuard, President of F&M Bank. We’re able to sponsor a unique event, plus we can support different charities with each show. We’re proud to be on board for another series of events.”
Oak Grove, KY – Etta May, the queen of southern sass, brings her stand-up comedy show to the Valor Hall and Convention Center in Oak Grove Kentucky this Saturday night.
What’s the best way to describe Etta May? “Minnie Pearl with a migraine.” To put it simply, when Etta May takes the stage, she is the reigning Queen of Southern Sass. She reflects “You know you’re getting fat when you sit in the bathtub and the water in the toilet rises!”
Clarksville, TN – The Tennessee Banker magazine has recognized the community efforts of F&M Bank for it’s support of Clarksville’s popular “Comedy on the Cumberland” franchise. The stand-up comedy show that raises money for various local charities in Clarksville has been hugely successful in raising awareness of community charities, and generating much need cash for their operations.
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