Neil Hamburger

Neil Hamburger

America’s Funnyman Neil Hamburger is the hardest working comedian in existence, performing up to 399 shows a year internationally to critical acclaim and audience bewilderment. He has toured as the hand-picked opener for Tenacious D, Tim & Eric, and Faith No More, appeared on TV shows ranging from Fox News’ Red Eye to Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job! and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and worked extensively with Tom Green on his internet talk show. Among his dozen or so albums and DVDs is the new LP release Hot February Night.

RECENT PRESS:
“A phlegm-filled sack of putrid self-loathing, Neil Hamburger is the perfect satire of a slick, professional nightclub comedian. If you’ve ever suspected that behind the glossy veneer of fake bonhomie of those perma-smile acts lies an ugly, embittered, grotesque soul — well Hamburger is that demon made flesh. In some living Sisyphean hell, every night he dons his tuxedo, greases down his hair and ploughs through the vile set that disgusts even him, just so he can earn a three-piece chicken dinner. His contempt for his own pitiful existence is surpassed only for his contempt for the audience who compel him trudge through his despicable cavalcade of jokes. And my, these gags are certainly not for the faint of heart, as he plumbs the depths of depravity for the sake of a laugh.” — Chortle (UK)

“Hamburger is the clapped-out husk of a decorous Southern gentleman, now coughing in painful hacks, suppurating filth through his tuxedo, and her to tip a slurry of abuse all over celebrity and modern life…a combination of malignance and desiccated vaudeville.” — The Guardian (UK)


“Neil Hamburger remains the greatest comedian I’ve seen the greater majority of an audience walk out on.... No one was leaving their seats this evening though, as this peerless performer shocked and delighted in equal measure.... On the road for 12 years with scarcely a day off, Hamburger is a condemned showbiz lag, doomed to perform his
antagonistic anti-comedy to potential hostility forever.” — The Scotsman (UK)

“A brilliantly awful persona of an old-school, C-list funnyman — the kind with an ill-fitting tuxedo and an enormous, greasy combover — on a very bad night. Neil Hamburger toys with an audience’s expectations (and patience), and indeed his act is a kind of rude commentary on stand-up comedy altogether.” — New York Times

Bobby Valli

Bobby Valli, is originally from Newark, New Jersey, and the younger brother of Frankie Valli of The Four Seasons. Singing, writing, producing and performing since the age of 15, he has recorded his own original work for several major record labels including Columbia and Metromedia.

Bobby’s television appearances include Upbeat, Scene 70 and The Jerry Blavitt Show. Recently Bobby's media appearances have included the PBS Special, Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop that featured Bobby singing with Joey Dee and The Starliters. Bobby also sang in the finale, with brother Frankie, the super hit song “Let’s Hang On.” Another noted guest appearance was with good friend, Tony Orlando, on the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon in 2005, most recently on the Vinny Vella (of Casino and The Sopranos) Show in NY and on radio with Joey Reynolds. He recently appeared at Carnegie Hall in a special tribute with Bruce Springsteen.

In Bobby’s early career he was a part of Classics Four (IV), The Duprees, Larry Chance and many special guest appearances.

Bobby performs in major concert venues across the country, from Atlantic City to Las Vegas. He has also toured with Joey Dee and the Starliters featuring, David Brigati of the Young Rascals and member of the Rock and Roll Music Hall of Fame. In Bobby’s owns show, Bobby recreates the magnificent sound of the American icon Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, his brother Frankie Valli.

Bobby has launched a new solo project, a musical tribute to his brother Frankie which includes songs from “Sherry” to “Oh! What a Night!”. This project has been so successful, he has been invited to perform in other countries starting with the Phillippines in November 2007.

Enjoy a taste of his own musical panache as the show also presents Bobby’s own songs. His magnificent styling gives the show a sophistication, polish and a characteristic flair all its own.

Indulge in a night with Bobby Valli! It's always an evening you'll remember.

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