Andrew Sleighter started in comedy looking for the perfect funny line to open a biography. Since then, Andrew’s laid-back style and clever writing has won him appreciation from fans and respect from his peers. Andrew wrote and blogged for the Sports Show with Norm Macdonald on Comedy Central and was a regular on the MTV prank show Money From Strangers. He’s performed on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Nuvo TV’s Stand Up & Deliver and made his late-night stand-up debut on Conan earlier last year. A regular at colleges and comedy clubs across the country, Andrew has also performed at some of the most prestigious comedy festivals in and out of the country including Bumbershoot, Bridgetown, The Cabo Comedy Festival, The Aspen Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull, and the Johnny Carson Great American Comedy Festival. Andrew’s comedy has the ability to reach wide ranges of audiences and works in a diversity of rooms. Reliable and consistent, he rarely ends a show by lighting the stage on fire out of rage. Most importantly, he’s constantly fascinated by and eager to keep learning about stand-up.
Erik Knowles debut album, High And Tight, provides a hilarious glimpse into his own life, from his experiences in the U.S. Marine Corps and current role as father and husband. Erik finds the inspiration for his humor in his everyday life and former U.S. Marine Service; he is dynamic, powerful, and unforgettable! True to his belief that laughter is healing, Erik pulls from some of the most embarrassing events in his life and lays it all out there in the open for audiences to enjoy. Although influenced by Jim Carrey and George Carlin, Erik has developed a style all his own. He treats his audience members to a behind the curtain realness that feels as though he is speaking to a living room full of his own friends. His Combat 2 Comedy series employs the healing power of laughter, and he is a certified Laughter Therapy Coach with the Air Force Wounded Warriors (AFW2). George Salek, owner of The Comedy Palace in San Diego, Calif., notably said Erik is “The funniest guy I’ve ever seen.”
Originally from Taiwan, Ed Hill is an emerging young comic who moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, thinking he was on vacation at his father’s discretion. Since then, Ed has performed all over the world. He was voted; “Best Vancouver Comedian of 2016” by West Ender Magazine, and “Best Vancouver Comedian of 2015” by West Ender Magazine and The Georgia Straight, and named “Comic to Watch” in 2015 by Canadian Immigrant Magazine. Louie Anderson called him, “Smart and funny”, and NW Asian Weekly said he is “Clinically funny.” Ed is still . . . currently, on vacation with his potato-like dog!