Bob Marley is featured regularly on Sirius XM radio, was inducted into The Guinness Book of World Records for “the longest stand up comedy show by an individual”, has been on more than 100 TV shows, and co-starred in Boondock Saints I and II. And he’s so popular at the CCA that he’ll be doing four performances here this time around.
Opener is Kyron Hobdy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Bob Marley loves being a comedian. He’s wicked good at it! He lives in Maine, which is the best state in the world, maybe even the universe. He’s featured regularly on Sirius XM radio and he even won their Superbowl of Comedy! He’s put out more than 20 comedy CDs and DVDs. He was inducted into The Guinness Book of World Records for “the longest stand up comedy show by an individual” at 40 hrs of straight stand up! He’s been on more than 100 TV shows, including Jay Leno, David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon, Craig Ferguson, and Comedy Central. He co-starred in “Boondock Saints” I and II “All Saints Day” playing Detective Greenly. He’s toured the U.S., Europe, Canada, Kuwait and Iraq. That’s about it!
Opener Kyron Hobdy is a New England based comedian whose like ability onstage makes him a crowd favorite . His views on life as a married middle-aged father of 5 and self-depreciating style will leave you laughing so hard that you won’t have a chance to feel sorry for him.
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