Musical humor has been a key component of many famous comedians and personalities. Be entertained both musically and comedically and hire a comedy singer!
Sergio MarzitelliNow Accepting Booking For All Types of Events
Sergio Marzitelli performs a wide range of comedy, drawing from his own life experiences with friends, girlfriends, and everything in between. Sergio blends crowd work with relatable true stories, making for a truly unique comedy experience. Sergio won the 2015 NEPA Scene Competition and was a Finalist in the Florida's Funniest Comedian competition. He was voted The Weekender Magazines Best Comedian in their 2015, 2016 and 2017 Readers Choice Awards. Sergio performs all over the East Coast, from Miami, FL to Montreal, Canada. Recently, Sergio has become the voice of PA Cage Fight, an MMA promotion. As the ring announcer, Sergio brings his deep, booming voice and the stage presence he honed as a comedian to the job.
Evan WecksellGuitar-Playing Comedian Featured on Conan, VH1 and The Goldbergs
Los Angeles, CA
Comedian Evan Wecksell has flown over 500,000 miles to perform in 46 states. Evan’s act is blend of comedy, music and improvisation that is spontaneous, energetic amd hilarious. He is most recognized from VH1’s “I Love the 80s,” E! “30 Outrageous Celebrity Feuds,” Conan, The Goldbergs amd The Gong Show. His Youtube following of over 12,000 subscribers has also earned him credits with ESPN, WWE and WFAN (NY’s #1 sports talk station). You can also check out Evan’s podcast “Socially Awkward” on Apple Podcasts amd Google Play where he interviews a random Facebook friend each episode. FunnyEvan.com @evanwecksell
Andy PaoliniENERGETIC COMEDIAN/ACTRESS
New York City, NY
Hire AndyP for any array of entertainment, from stand up , musical comedic stylings, to producing fun energy for that cooperate party. AndyP always makes any event 10x more lively. Something not listed? She can probably do it, just ask!
Stephanie TejadaThe New Queen Of Comedy
Orange County, CA
Stephanie Tejada is best known for her cast in the iconic reality show “The Bad Girls Club” on oxygen network. She relocated to California to peruse comedy, was sponsored by Lisa Sundstedt “Pretty Funny Women” & has been doing stand up comedy for the past year & half ever since. You can see Stephanie & the many characters she plays in her skits all over social media . Stephanie has also been in tv shows like “Laff Mobbs Laff Tracks” on Tru tv, & some independent films.
Singing Comedian Impressionist#7 out of 584 Attractions in Las Vegas
Los Angeles, CA
This Las Vegas Award winning act is a combination of 'Headline Concert -and First Class Comedy Show,' and it WILL be the talk of your event for years to come! Event Solutions' "Entertainer of the Year" and Las Vegas' "Impressionist of the Year" Larry G Jones delivers the voices of up to 75 'Greatest Hits' with this Singing and celebrity comedy/Impersonation extravaganza.
Sharon HoustonComedian | Actress | Tequila Drinker
Los Angeles, CA
Sharon is a comedian, actress, producer, and writer. She’s starred on numerous hidden camera shows like MTV’s Punk’d, Oxygen’s Celebrities Undercover, and Disney Channel’s Code 9. She’s offered comedic commentary on Chelsea Lately, E!’s Wildest Cop Show Moments, SoapNet’s Relative Madness, and more. Her TV stand-up credits include MTV, VH1, GSN, and TVG. She’s been featured on many podcasts, including Strangers, Risk, Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction, The Crab Feast, & Talkin’ Shit w/ Eddie Ifft
Phil JohnsonStandup Comedian, Writer, Multi-Instrumentalist
Los Angeles, CA
Phil Johnson is a man who gets mistaken for a woman but only by those not paying attention. That revelation kicks off a battle for self-awareness where comedy and music are the weapons of choice. It’s a battle that has taken Phil to such esteemed festivals as the Edinburgh Fringe and Sundance Film Festivals and the Top 8 Finals of the World Series of Comedy. “I’ve always been the guy who isn’t quite what people expect,” says Phil. Using that experience, Phil pokes holes in the medical marijuana argument, discusses being a white guy at a hip-hop show (and the innocent gestures that can get him in trouble), and reveals why Hawaii isn’t the paradise we think it is. From Shakespearean bees to redneck vampires to anthropomorphic cell phones with weight issues, Phil Johnson fills the stage with quirky characters that combine social satire with absurdist flights of fancy. Then the guitar comes out and kicks the show into an even higher gear with songs about the bright future (and dark past) of babies and what he would do if he woke up one morning as an actual woman. On stage, Phil’s playful humor and likable, endearing manner allow him to shake things up without antagonizing the audience. In the end, we can only be who we are, try to understand others, and hope they understand us.