John Tole is a Denver based comedian, writer, voice actor, philosopher and metal head.
Tole has been featured on Howard TV, Vann TV, Sirius XM, Howard 100, Howard 101, Hits 1, and was a contributor to The Howard Stern Show. John was profiled by Vice for the triumphant return of his band, Pitboss 2000 as they celebrated song releases.
Tole has comedically rocked the stages at Oddball, SXSW Interactive, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Limestone, and multiple Moontower Festival appearances. He is a regular on The Tin Foil Hat Podcast on All Things Comedy and hosts his own podcast called Moving Weight Live. Most recently, his fifth comedy album, Pre-Existing Condition, was released by 4256 Productions. Tole is finishing up his first book, Now You Know, Now What.
Brandt Tobler is a stand-up comedian, author, and actor originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Brandt has toured overseas performing for our troops, and has been featured on Comedy Central, FOX, and ESPN. He has recorded two CD’s Token White Boy and Ramblin’ and Gamblin. Brandt is currently the host of the award winning podcast The 31. Brandt most recently released a best-selling memoir titled Free Roll.
Listen to this clip from Your Mom’s House where Tom Segura, Christina P, and Tom Green praise Jeremy Hotz as one of the great Canadian comics. He was mentioned alongside Norm MacDonald, Harland Williams. Tom was very much inspired by Jeremy Hotz as a young stand up comedian.
You may have seen Matt Iseman as the host of American Ninja Warrior and/or on The New Celebrity Apprentice, but he has worn many hats in his life. He is a doctor whom studied at Princeton and did stand up to relieve steam while in medical school. Just last month he helped Von Miller raise $400,000 for charity. Being a Colorado native, he continues to remain a pillar in our community, plus a huge Broncos fan! To learn more about his interesting backstory read this interview.
Monty has toured with Rob Schneider and starred in Real Rob on Netflix. Not only will he be making an appearance on the 3rd season of Real Rob, but Monty and Rob have written a script and filmed it in Australia this summer. To learn more about Monty Franklin check out this article!
Steve Lemme and Kevin Heffernan: The Potential Farewell Tour comes out today. You can rent or buy on iTunes. If you have ever wondered what happened behind the scenes on any Broken Lizard Production, watch this to get exclusive stories from your favorite movies like Beerfest, Super Troopers, and more.
The first season won 8 Emmy’s including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Leading Actress, and Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series. Along with winning the Golden Globe for Best Television series – Musical or Comedy, this season is anticipated to be even better! Check out the premiere on December 5th on Amazon Prime.
Smooth. Clever. Hilarious. These words are often used to describe Sam Adams as a comedian, public speaker and Master of Ceremonies. In 2001, he stepped on stage to perform stand-up comedy for the first time, at age 41. Eight years later Sam turned to a career in comedy full-time after winning at the Great American Comedy Festival.
Sam changed careers after making a name for himself as one of Denver’s premier sports journalists. In 2003 was voted by his peers as Colorado’s “Print Journalist of the Year.” As a reporter and columnist his work has been featured in The Denver Post, The Charlotte Observer, Rocky Mountain News and Colorado Avid Golfer magazine.
Sam has also made numerous TV appearances on ESPN, Fox Sports, CBS, NBC and NFL Network. In 2013, he wrote a book, ‘If You Don’t Believe Me: Lessons Learned From Listening To The Greats,” giving readers an inside look at his 23-year career as a sports journalist.