Straight off the streets of upper-middle class Memphis comes Andy Fleming, a big bright shining young star of modern comedy. Andy hits the stage with an energy usually only seen in bathrooms where people are doing coke or in any conversation with Quentin Tarantino. Andy quickly became a front-runner in the Memphis comedy scene, opening for comics like Paul F. Tompkins, Rich Vos, and Kyle Kinane, not that he thinks you’d be shallow enough to care about such things. Since moving to Chicago, Andy has stayed busy, producing the shows Shine Box Comedy, Comedy Secrets, and The Two Hour Comedy Hour. Andy enjoys long walks on the beach, the solo work of Paul McCartney, and writing over-long paragraphs about himself in the third person.