“America’s Funniest Biker”, AKA Russ Nagel, has played in a wide range of venues including The Majestic Theater in Dallas, TX and The Laugh Factory in Las Vegas and Reno, NV. He has also performed to audiences at the Atlantis Hotel and Casino on Paradise Island located in Nassau, Bahamas and is a regular on Carnival and Princess Cruise Lines. With this in mind it may not be surprising to learn that he has also done events on behalf of the Fraternal Order of Police, performed at a variety of college campuses, and shared the stage with top comedians such as Chris Rock, Bill Engvall, and Bill Mahr, just to name a few. Russ has become recognized in the entertainment industry for achieving more laughs per minute than any comedian working the circuit today and has also been seen on The Nashville Network, A&E’s Comedy on the Road, Showtime’s Comedy Club Network, the WB, Spike TV, Comedy Central and the list goes on and on. Being a 26+ year veteran of the comedy stage, Russ keeps the laughs coming fast and furious with an array of topics ranging from family and marriage, to travel and current events, and yes he even throws in some biker stuff too. Growing up in Northwest Louisiana, he’s a little bit country and little bit cajun, but 100% funny.
Tyson Faifer is best known as the first comedian to ever compete on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior and you may recognize his face from too many reality dating shows… most recently on ABC’s The Proposal. Tyson’s act has been described as smart, witty, and a ball of energy, covering topics such as his love of the 90’s, growing up on the Mexican border, and his lack of responsibility. His first comedy special was recorded in 2017 for Ride TV and can be seen by tens of people who actually have that channel. Now living in Los Angeles, Tyson has been touring the country and is on his way to Lincoln City. In the meantime, you can still find him on reruns of WeTv’s Million Dollar Matchmaker, Fox’s Love Connection, The Steve Harvey Show, Ford Mustang Speed Dating Commercial, Judge Hatchett, and SoulPancake’s Date My Dog. Tyson’s witty and high energy act has been proven to leave audiences wanting more. He combines his love for fitness and the 90’s in his unique style that is loved by all audiences, young and old.
David Testroet is a true veteran comedian of over 30 years, with the Bio to prove it! A short, fat funny guy with a different way of thinking. Born in Iowa, Testroet has an easy Mid-West delivery. With a quick laugh and a shift of an eyebrow, soon you’re in David’s world. From Comedy Clubs and Theatres across the United States and Canada to flying across seas for five different tours to entertain the U.S. Military David provides a fast and funny show anyone can enjoy. Material that twists from Darwin to Grizzly bears and sharp improvisation skills developed with decades of stage experience. David has appeared on CBS’s Candid Camera, Fox’s Hot from the Inferno and Showtime’s Comedy Network. And if the voice sounds familiar, he has written and performed radio voice-overs throughout the Western US. A well-established harmonica player, David has incorporated this into his act, from rock and roll to his original songs like the “Big Guy Blues”. Pound per pound, he’s your Best Buy.