Dave Hill is a comedian, writer, musician, actor, radio host, and man-about-town originally from Cleveland, Ohio but now living in New York City in a totally sweet apartment with a party deck and everything. Hot chicks come over to hang out and eat cheese plates and stuff with him all the time and it’s awesome. Anyway, on the show business front, Dave has appeared on Comedy Central’s @midnight and Inside Amy Schumer programs, TBS' Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, and TruTV's Comedy Knockout others. He is a frequent on-air host for HBO and Cinemax and has been on channels like MTV, VH1, BBC-America, and the Sundance Channel a whole bunch too. Dave also starred in his own television program The King of Miami on the Mojo Network, which was cancelled even though Dave really liked it. The show also aired in the United Kingdom on Sky TV’s Film24 Channel. And you can still watch The King of Miami on Hulu too, which Dave is super pumped about. Oh, and Dave was a correspondent on Hoppus on Music starring Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus on the Fuse channel, which ruled. -- Dave Hill
Mark Normand is known for his "relentlessly punchy writing and expert delivery" (The Laugh Button) that has made him an internationally known touring comedian. 2016 has included multiple appearances on Louis CK's "Horace and Pete", an appearance on Seeso's "What's Your F@%king Deal?!", a stand-up set on CBS's "Late Show with Stephen Colbert" and return appearances on Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer" and TBS's "Conan". Previously television stops including a Comedy Central "The Half Hour" special, Showtime's "SXSW Comedy with W Kamau Bell", MTV Other's "Inside Joke", the TruTV series "World's Dumbest" and "How To Be a Grownup", Comedy Central's "@Midnight", and NBC's "Last Comic Standing". Mark also won Caroline's March Madness competition, beating out 63 other comedians, and released an album with Comedy Central records titled "Still Got It". This is a shocker for all of us but he was also voted Village Voice's "Best Comedian of 2013", I know right? -- Jakob Markovits
A love letter to beloved shows like Pee Wee’s Playhouse and Lamb Chop’s Play-Along, comedians Joe Rumrill and Mary Houlihan invite you to a cavalcade of original costumed characters, animations, and sketches from both real humans and puppet humans.
"...is a delight of a comedian and a human who was named one of Comedy Central's Comics to Watch. She’s written for The Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe, @midnight with Chris Hardwick, Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, Best Week Ever and Nikki & Sara Live, and contributed to Billy On The Street and Adam Ruins Everything. These are all very good shows. Emmy has appeared on @midnight, Seeso's The Guest List and the Comedy Central web series New Timers, which is set in Brooklyn after the apocalypse (very apropos if you've been following the news.) She’s appeared in festivals including Riot LA, San Francisco Sketchfest and The New York Comedy Festival. She's originally from Boston but now belongs to the world. And that's everything there is to know about Emmy Blotnick. (Not everything, but probably enough for a website bio.) Bye!"
Tommy McNamara is a New York comedian. He is a Sports Headline Contributor for the Onion and was recently featured on The Show Show on Seeso. Tommy has performed at respected comedy venues all over the country, including: The Improv in Los Angeles, UCB in both New York and LA, Knitting Factory, The Comedy Attic, Zanies, New York Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club, Up Comedy Club, Second City, Laugh Factory Chicago (where he was a regular), and the Lincoln Lodge (where he was a cast member). Tommy has performed at San Francisco Sketchfest, Oddball Comedy Festival (Chicago winner of Funny Or Die's Road 2 Oddball Tour), Great American Comedy Festival, Devil Cup in NYC, the Crom Comedy Festival,the Comedy Exposition of Chicago, Thunderfest, and the 26th Annual Comedy Festival (AV Club/Onion). His show Tommy McNamara Unplugged sold out venues in both Chicago and New York. He misses you!
Peaer is the project of Purchase, NY-based musician Peter Katz. On his 2014 debut, The Eyes Sink into the Skull, he translated the fear of slowly fading away into opaque and understated rock songs. The material on its follow-up, Peaer’s forthcoming self-titled sophomore LP, is crisper and more assured. On “Pink Spit,” the album’s lead single, Katz’s droll tone intimates that he’d rather opt out of life’s many power struggles altogether: “I don’t want to support this system of deciding what goes in front and what goes up and what gets fucked,” he sings.
Now based in Providence, Rhode Island, and currently comprised of Post-Wesleyan student Molly Hastings, drummer Tristan Brooks, and a new bassist referred to on their Facebook page simply as ‘Yvonne’, Beverly Tender played some of their first shows at Wesleyan before taking their specific brand of sprawling “dog rock” to Philadelphia, and later Raleigh.