Derek Sheen is a really funny, great Seattle comedian. Check out his website to book him for a Dinner and a show where Derek will cook you dinner and then tell you jokes in your living room, AFTER HE DOES THE DISHES!!!
Rooftop Comedy: http://www.rooftopcomedy.com/comics/DerekSheen?performerSearch=Derek+Sheen
Get his album, Holy Drivel at:
Tyler Smith is one of my favorite Seattle comics. His cooking show on the Pod-a-holics Network,”Something’s Burning” teaches you how to cook with drugs! It is well produced and worth checking out every 4th and 20th of each month.
Phil Fox is an incredibly charismatic and fun up-and-coming Seattle comic. He is the co-host AKA the “Masclot” of the Hollingsworthless Podcast, witch can also be found on the Pod-a-holics Comedy Network.
Uli’s Famous Sausage is owned and operated by Uli Lengenberg (with capable assistants, of course). Uli is a specially trained and certified Meister from Westphalia Germany, an area known locally as “Sausage Country.” The son of German restaurant owners, Uli has operated retail shops and a catering service in Germany, as well as deli restaurants in Taipei. He has also taught German meal preparation and bread-making.
Uli met his wife Jean while in Taipei where she was teaching at the Taipei-American School. She convinced him to bring his sausage making skills to her home town of Seattle where he has now been in business for four years.
Uli is enthusiastic about the authenticity and quality of his sausages. In his own words:
“We’re thrilled to be part of Seattle’s Pike Place Market, an internationally-known venue for locally made and grown products. No matter how far we reach out to customers, one thing remains the same: We want to hear from you if there is anything more we can do to enhance your satisfaction. We cater to you! We hope to bring you sausages so good that we will see you back again and again and again.”
Visit them at the Pike Place Market:
1511 Pike Place
Seattle, WA 98101
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“Modern media insists we categorize talent– you know, put folks in boxes according to their entertaining skill set. It works fine for the one-dimensional. He’s a movie star, she’s a singer/songwriter, he’s a comedian, she’s a stripper. You get my drift. Which brings us to the hydra-headed multi-faceted, standup comic, impressionist, actor, renaissance freak (yes, freak) genius, Craig Gass.
His eclectic resume is scripted from two decades of working rooms, following leads, embarrassing and endearing strangers while building a modest and devoted fan base. Craig didn’t pursue a particular career path, the career happened to Craig; in no small way thanks to his uncanny ability to capture the voice and idiosyncrasies of the celebrities he impersonates.
Craig began doing standup in 1993 by hitting the grueling, bumpy comedy circuit road and cultivating his craft in whatever crappy bar or club would have him. Shortly into the new millennium, shock radio kingpin, Howard Stern, took Craig under his massive, media wing. The Mt. Vernon, New York son of deaf parents made frequent, freaky appearances on Stern, blowing listener minds with his uncanny impressions of notorious celebrities like Christopher Walken, Gene Simmons, Gilbert Gottfried, Tracy Morgan, Sam Kinison, Al Pacino and Metallica drummer, Lars Ulrich. This platform lead to Hollywood, but not like you’d think…”
Craig Gass has acted on “Sex and the City”, and “King of Queens”. He currently does voice work on “Family Guy”, and “American Dad”. Check out Craig’s website for tour dates, and more to read the rest of his bio here:
Kane Holloway is a hilarious Seattle comedian and host of his own podcast “Your First Time” on the Pod-a-holics comedy network. Kane has been developing his craft locally as well as on the road for a few years now. Check out his podcast for his dates and live podcast recordings.
“James Heneghen is a veteran comic. He first got on stage in 1993 and trudged his way through the rungs of hometown comedy scene. He has been working as a headliner for well over a decade, as well as giving support to touring comics in the Seattle area. Heneghen has become known as something of a legend around here, but the truth is that he is just a damn good comic that is a true craftsman and dedicated to his art. Over the past 20 years on stage he has developed a distinct improvisational-based style, often times going to many small shows every week just to do fresh material, which is never written down or done the same twice. For a guy that won’t remember your name until you’ve met 30 times he has an incredible ability to get on stage and simply be funny…”
Check out the rest of James Heneghen’s bio, upcoming shows, and videos on his website. Also check out the Hard Rain podcast hosted by Heneghen along with comedians Joe Hicks and Morgan Preston.
podcast: Hard Rain http://hardrainpodcast.com/