He looks like a sea farer and has a gift for spinning giant fish stories. The man is a word smythee. When it comes to comedians, who are relatively unknown, Kinane is at the top o' the heap. One of our favorites, we try not to miss a chance to see him perform. Here's a small sample of his work to whet your appetite.
We're suckers for anything that's creepy (it's half our act) and Weinbach is truly gifted. Not just when it comes to creepiness but in all things comedy. He takes the stage and strikes an uptight posture but then challenges all your expectations. He does so with an explosion of voices, well crafted material, and fluid ideas. Do yourself a favor and keep your eyes open for him. He's fantastic.
Howard Kremer, alias Dragon Boy Suede, is dynamite T.N.T. He wears many caps. And headbands and wig-dos too. Over there, he's a rapper threatening to: defeat all challengers with his ability to summon wolves and heal people with his hog. Over here, he's turning into his serous and ridiculous brother, Lee. Wherever he is and whatever he's doing, rest assured it'll be fresh and creative. (We also enjoy his musical references. Which he sprinkles, liberally, throughout every set he does.)
We absolutely Love (capital L.) anything foolish and this guy is a real fine howdoyado. He's best described as: a lovable oddball with a bottomless well of silly characters and goofy voices. If you're in the L.A. area be sure to check him out. Also, you can see him soon in an upcoming web series called "Tornado: The Goldfish Sheriff." Tony wrote, produced, and directed the whole schmear.
Joe is purely funny. It's the kiss of death whenever you hear a comedian say someone is funny "off-stage." Well, Joe is always funny. Onstage. Offstage. Wherever. An old buddy from Boston, Joe is one of the funniest guys we know. This clip is a short but good'un and it highlights exactly what we mean.