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Headliner Paul Lyons, featuring David Wingfield
Paul can't stopping winning, He's been The Inspirational Coach for the Washington Generals, Lindsay Lohan, and Ted Kaczynski. Paul always looks on the bright side of life. Although his cat won't use the kitty litter Paul says, "My cat thinks outside the box" Paul has A.D.D. but as he sees it "I'm multi tasking" After Paul's license was revoked he celebrated, saying,"I just saved a bundle on my car insurance." Paul loves life, Laughter, Lyle Lovett, and alliteration We could all use Paul's wisdom. We could all use Paul's ability to refer to himself in the third person. Paul's main message is that you can do it youself! -- with his help. Without hope we are hopeless, with hope life doesn't suck....so much 'Pure gold 'funny' very illuminating.' New York Post. 'Paul digs down deep into himself.' Arts and Entertainment Magazine 'A deviously creative funnyman.' Denver Rocky Mountain News 'Lyons left the audience in tears.' Columbus Bulletin 'Wonderfully wholesome, significantly different.' Manhattan Spirit His more than two dozen TV appearances include being the 2007 Marketing maverick for Comedy Central's summer promos, Everybody loves Raymond and Showtime's: Love at Stake. Paul has headlined in every state and overseas in London, England and Sydney, Australia. As an essayist Paul's inspiring, peculiar pieces appear regularly in Playgirl, TV Guide and Details magazines.
Once upon a time, David C. Wingfield was that kid in the back of the classroom that was always cracking jokes. Later on, he became that guy in the cubicle next to you that would impersonate your boss. Today, David C. Wingfield is a comedian who can’t believe he gets paid for what he does. He has performed with some of the most recognizable names in comedy, such as Charlie Murphy (Chappelle’s Show), Dave Attell (Insomniac), and John Witherspoon (Friday), and he has written jokes for other comedians, including Victoria Jackson (Saturday Night Live). He was the audience warmup comedian for ABC’s “Extreme Makeover”, and in 2013, David was selected to compete in Comedy Central’s “Up Next” Talent Search. A favorite for private events, David has performed everywhere from Boy Scout camps and Baptist churches to nursing homes and nudist colonies. And he’s still impersonating your boss.
Headliner Greg Hall, featuring Marcus Brown
Standing 6'5", Greg Hall's dreams of winning the Triple Crown as a jockey were dashed by the tender age of four, so he picked up a guitar. From the oil fields of West Texas, Hall's redneck pedigree was established at fifteen, yet he longed for something more. Hall jokes that he did a rare thing in those parts... He learned to read. A fan of the classics, Hall could often be found with his Dickens in one hand and a can of Copenhagen in the other. Thus, a well-read redneck was born.
Hall's entertainment career began as a performing songwriter after winning a prestigious Kennedy Center award at the American College Theatre Festival for 'Outstanding Achievement in Musical Composition'. With that success, he quit college the next week and began singing in bars, "Mom was not happy." The next decade took him on a journey through thirty states and England. Hall released a few CDs along the way, and shared stages with such artists as Shelby Lynne, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Vern Gosdin, Keith Urban, Jerry Jeff Walker, Dan Seals, and others.
A near fatal car wreck knocked him out of the game for a while. With a hard head and the stubbornness of a mule with a learning disorder, Hall rose like a bipolar phoenix and entered the realm of standup comedy. Always a quick wit, and with guitar in hand, he took his stage experience, songwriting chops, musicianship, and fast tracked into touring top comedy clubs across the nation. Now as a headliner, Greg spends at least twenty weeks a year bringing his brand of humor and music to tens of thousands.
Good things come to those who wait, and even to those who screw up. "It's getting really cool these days. Eastern Europe, the Bahamas, my Uncle Larry's tire shop. Who knew that switching from heavy medication to heavy meditation would pay off so well... go figure." Part redneck, part philosopher... Greg Hall is "Bubbastotle".
A native Washingtonian, Marcus Brown became interested in stand up comedy after keeping all of his co-workers in the back of the staff meetings, all of the people sitting in hearing distance at church, and anyone inquiring "how life has been?," in stitches minutes after talking. No matter the situation Marcus is good for laughs (many times unintentionally).
A full-time idiot, he decided to use his quick wit and ignorant sense of humor to not only educate and inspire the youth but entertain and motivate adults. Marcus' versatile, educated, and creatively urban style of comedy has caused him to quickly become a favorite amongst fans and fellow comedians in the Washington, D.C. area sharing the stage with such famous comedians as Renaldo Rey, Bruce Bruce, Rickey Smiley, Tony Woods, Michael Blackson, JB Smoove, Gary Gulman, Earthquake, Joe Clair, Mike Brooks, and Chris Tucker.