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If the Pacific Northwest had a Mt. Rushmore of Comedy, this man’s head would be on it. Brad Upton was a 4th grade teacher and high school track coach when he stepped on stage for the very first time in September of 1984 and he’s never looked back. He quickly rose through the standup ranks making numerous television appearances and headlining comedy clubs from coast-to-coast. In June of 2018 Brad went viral around the world! Dry Bar Comedy posted a video on Facebook and it had 36 million views in 10 days. They quickly followed with another and they combined for 47 million views in 11 days! His CD shot to Number 1 on the iTunes Comedy chart. Brad’s Dry Bar Comedy videos currently have a combined 108 million views! Needless to say, he’s much in demand! In a 34-year professional career there are too many highlights to name them all. He is a past winner of the Las Vegas Comedy Festival and appeared at Caesar’s Palace as part of the HBO Comedy Festival. He has spent the last twelve years as the opening act for the legendary Johnny Mathis and did multiple shows all over the country with the late, great Joan Rivers. He has also been seen in concert with The Smothers Brothers, Smokey Robinson, Little Big Town, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Lewis Black, George Jones, Glen Campbell, Pam Tillis, Neal McCoy and many others. His new CD entitled, Brad Uptonogood is heard regularly on Sirius Satellite Radio and is available online wherever music is sold. He also just released his first DVD entitled, Brad Upton, Live from the 509. Writing about everyday life, a long term marriage and anything else that pops into his head, Brad packs more laughs-per-minute into his set than nearly anyone in the business.
Todd Johnson has been performing stand up for well over 20 years. Coming from a small farming town in Idaho, which is a far place from something funny, Todd’s hilarious stories and quick wit keeps the audience wondering “Where did this guy come from?” In 2012, He was Runner Up in the Big Sky Comedy Competition. In 2011, he participated in the Aspen Comedy Festival and was asked back to Host the Best of the Fest of 2011 in Aspen Colorado. Todd was a finalist of the 29th International Seattle Comedy Competition in 2008. He also was featured on the Mad TV Network show Man Up Stand Up in 2009. Todd has shared the stage with names like Dana Carvey, Tommy Chong, Paul Rodriguez, Dane Cook, Daniel Tosh, Kevin Nealon, Chad Prather and has opened for Weird Al Yankovik and the country band LONESTAR. He also can be heard on XM/Sirus and Comedy 24/7. Todd’s visual presentations and clever twists influence his style of comedy in a way that will keep you laughing until after the show is over.
Jeremiah Coughlan is a comedian who physically resembles what would happen if Chris Farley ate Bob Ross. His stage presence embodies some of the same traits. He is an imperfect mix of chaos and control. In what can seem paradoxical, Jeremiah carries a calm and contented demeanor into his high energy and surprisingly athletic stage performances. Although he still hasn’t figured out how to complete a painting in 30-minutes. With his candid, conversational brand of self-deprecating humor, Jeremiah has become a regular performer at Clubs all over the Northwest. He has been featured on Audible’s comedy series Sounds Like America. He has performed in The Idaho Laugh Festival in Boise, Idaho, The SF Sketchfest in San Francisco, California, Crom Comedy Festival in Toronto, Ontario, The Big Pine Comedy Festival in Flagstaff, Arizona, and most recently The 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he was nominated as “Best of the Fest” by the festival’s organizers.