Topic: Rik Roberts
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.”
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 – Come out to Lifepoint Church, Saturday, June 18th for the Stand Up for Joplin comedy benefit show. The show features Nashville area comedians Jonnie W., Renard Hirsch and Rik Roberts.
Proceeds from this night of comedy goes to benefit Convoy of Hope and their efforts to help those in Joplin, MO affected by the tornadoes. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Come out to the Roxy Theatre Tuesday night at 7:00pm for Comedy on the Cumberland, and support the Clarksville Salvation Army. Tickets still remain for Tuesday night’s show. This show features Paul Strickland, Brian Swinford, and C.J Harlow; and is hosted by local talk show host and comedian, Hank Bonecutter.
The show is being presented with the support of F&M Bank, Wendy’s of Clarksville, Wyatt Johnson, and the Coleman Tractor Company.
Tickets are only $30.00, and all ticket proceeds go to benefit the Clarksville Salvation Army. Tickets are available at F&M Bank, the Roxy Theatre downtown, or you can purchase them online here. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door Tuesday night while they last.
So for a night of laughs and fun for a good cause, get your tickets now and come on down to the show!
Clarksville, TN – Stand up comedy returns to Clarksville, on Tuesday, June 7th at 7:00pm at the Roxy Regional Theatre, as F&M Bank presents “Comedy on the Cumberland”. The Clarksville Salvation Army will be the beneficiary of the show. This year, Bonehead Promotions is focusing on The Clarksville Hunger Project, an awareness campaign featuring benefits for the local agencies who fight hunger in our community, because hunger is no laughing matter. «Read the rest of this article»
In a gala event at the Roxy Regional Theatre local Radio Station owner and Comedian Hank Bonecutter’s dream of using his love of comedy to enact community change came true. The first Comedy on the Cumberland raised approximately $6,000 of which the proceeds went to benefit Project F.U.E.L.
Project F.U.E.L. feeds hungry children in the Clarksville/Montgomery County school system. “Over twelve hundred school children leave school on Friday, and don’t have a solid meal again until they return to school on Monday”, said Bonecutter, “This is embarrassing and unacceptable”. The life’s mission of Denise Skidmore, who was led to this effort by her Christian faith. “I was searching for a purpose in my life, wondering what would be my footprint if I were to die today” she said, “I want to feed every child I can. I won’t stop until they are all taken care of”.
The success of this show has already created quite a buzz among Nashville comedians. With comedians contacting Bonecutter to see how they can get to Clarksville to be part of future Comedy on the Cumberland shows.
John McDonald and Tom Thayer from the Roxy Regional Theatre graciously provided the use of their luxurious theatre as the venue for this charity benefit.
F&M bank and Wendy’s of Clarksville provided the financial backing for the event, with Clarksville Online, Discover Clarksville, Ad One, Clarksville’s Best Buys along with CDE Lightband providing promotion for the event. “All of our partners jumped on this opportunity to help Project F.U.E.L without hesitation”, said Bonecutter, “We couldn’t have done it without them”. «Read the rest of this article»
On Tuesday April 13, at 7p.m. the Roxy Regional Theatre will host some of Nashville’s funniest comedians who will perform as part of “Comedy on the Cumberland,” a benefit for Project F.U.E.L. The show is the brainchild of Hank Bonecutter, host of WJZM’s The Bone Show, and a local comedian.
Comedy on the Cumberland will bring awareness to and raise money for a program that feeds hungry children in the Clarksville/Montgomery County school system. “Over twelve hundred school children leave school on Friday, and don’t have a solid meal again until they return to school on Monday”, said Bonecutter, “This is embarrassing and unacceptable”.
Local radio personality Hank Bonecutter is best known for “The Bone Show,” the morning radio program he hosts on WJZM 1400 AM. What many people may not know about him is that he is also an aspiring comedian.
Bonecutter was among a number of up and coming comedians that performed at an open mic night at the Nashville Zanies Comedy Club last night. This was not his first appearance on Zanies stage, he made his comedy debut there in late September.
His performance drew frequent laughs from the crowd and touched on a wide variety of topics: his age, jokes about his name, how married couples relate, fashion, weight, and viagra, Being from a broadcasting background, he knows how to make his voice into a comedy tool.
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