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Dueling Pianos International at Fort Campbell’s Sportsman’s Lodge, June 28th

 

Morale, Welfare and RecreationFort Campbell, KY – Come to Sportsman’s Lodge on June 28th for some great sing-along, clap-along entertainment where the audience is just as much a part of the show as the entertainers.

It’s like seeing a DJ and two comedians all in one!

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Humana Government Business Presents “Operation Comedy” at Fort Campbell’s The Zone

 

Morale, Welfare and RecreationFort Campbell, KY – Humana Government Business’ “Operation Comedy” is thrilled to present a rare, all Veteran comedy line-up starring Tony T. Roberts (HBO, BET, Comedy Central) at The Zone on May 30th, beginning at 8:00pm.

Tony is one of the hottest comedians in the country and is currently on the Shaq All-Star Comedy Tour and has entertained audiences in some of the nation’s hottest comedy arenas. He is also an Army Veteran and brings those experiences to his military shows! «Read the rest of this article»

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Remembering Brian E. Kiley

 

Comedy on the Cumberland 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.”

Brian Kiley performing at Comedy on the Cumberland, October 2010.

Brian Kiley performing at Comedy on the Cumberland, October 2010.

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Comedy on the Cumberland favorite stop for comedians

 

Comedy on the CumberlandClarksville, 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.

The Comedians from the December 6th, 2011 Comedy on the Cumberland show pose with their framed posters of the event given to them by even organizer Hank Bonecutter. (From left to right) Headliner Keith Alberstadt, Bonehead Promotions president Hank Bonecutter, comedian Christy Edison and comedian Brian Kiley.

The Comedians from the December 6th, 2011 Comedy on the Cumberland show pose with their framed posters of the event given to them by even organizer Hank Bonecutter. (From left to right) Headliner Keith Alberstadt, Hank Bonecutter, comedian Christy Edison and comedian Brian Kiley.

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Comedy on the Cumberland announces the return of Brian Kiley

 

Comedy on the CumberlandClarksville, TN – Clarksville’s wildly popular stand up comedy series, Comedy on the Cumberland,  has announced that Brian Kiley has been signed to return to Clarksville for the December show.

Held at the Roxy Regional Theater, Comedy on the Cumberland is a charity event, raising money for local organizations and providing a much needed “Night of Laughter” in Clarksville.  Kiley had the audience in stitches during the July 2010 show, and promises to deliver again December 6th.  Kiley is known for his good clean humor and “jabs” at his own life as a “fat man in a weight-watchers world.”

Brian Kiley

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Comedy on the Cumberland returns next week

 

Comedy on the CumberlandThe second installment of Comedy on the Cumberland returns to the Roxy Theatre on Tuesday July 20th at 7:00pm. Some of Nashville’s funniest comedians will be in Clarksville to entertain you with Clarksville’s very own Jim Gossett headlining the event, with assistance from Chad Riden, Brian Bates, and Brian E Kiley.

This show will benefit the Clarksville/Montgomery County chapter of the Red Cross with all proceeds going directly to the local chapter to continue to serve those in need. Time is running out to get your tickets to what is  going to be the funniest night of the summer. There are a limited number of tickets available so get yours soon! You can pick up tickets at the downtown branch of F&M Bank, or and at the Roxy Theatre’s box office. The cost is $40.00 a person, or $75.00 for a couple.

Jim Gossett

Jim Gossett

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