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$25.00
General Admission to the SLOFunny Comedy Show. The Show is Rated R.

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$30.00

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VIP Reserved Seating

$40.00

Early entrance to the show. Preferred, reserved seating. Access to the Green Room to meet the comedians prior to the show. Ensure your friends have the best seats in the house.

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April 27th, the SLOFunny Comedy Show is coming back to Morro Bay for one night at the Eagles Aerie 3693 in North Morro Bay. Hosted by Brett Kline (Mayor of Kingstown), with Anthony Davis (DryBar Comedy), Jen Murphy (LA Times, Spotify, Dumbells on YouTube), Featuring Rawle D Lewis (Cool Runnings) and Headliner Shaun Latham (Barstill Sports, Pat MacFee Show, The 20Dollar Chef, Stand Up & Deliver, Stand Up Revolution).

Showtime 8pm

Doors Open 30 minutes before showtime, except for VIP Pass Holders. This show is Rated Light R (Strong Language, Adult Content, the occasional Freudian Slip)

 

Note: The Eagles Bar will be open during the show. Food will also be available for purchase.

Show is 18 & up.

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Hosted by Bret Kline
Brett Kline is a Los Angeles based actor, writer and stand up comedian who works consistently in television, film and radio. He started stand up comedy during high school, performing at clubs and bars around the Detroit comedy scene. His parents took him to open mics, because he was not old enough to attend the venues at which he was performing by himself. While earning his BFA in Acting from Michigan State University, Brett won the school's comedy competition 'Last Spartan Standing' and received paid gigs opening for bigger names like Melissa Villeseñor, Bobcat Goldthwait and Mark Normand.
 
After graduation, Brett moved to New York City to work as a comedy writer for United Stations Radio Networks while performing nightly at top venues like Dangerfield's, New York Comedy Club, Carolines On Broadway and Gotham Comedy Club.
 
Brett has since gained many performing credits, including the SLO Comedy Festival, the Connecticut Comedy Festival, Mayor of Kingstown (Paramount+) and Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Sony/TriStar). A proud member of SAG-AFTRA, Brett now lives in Santa Clarita as a new dad and practices sign language with his wife who is Deaf. Come see a show!



Anthony Davis

A Baltimore comic by way of North Carolina, Anthony is a down home country boy that has a southern point of view for the world. He commands the stage with his high energy style and a mind that travels a million miles a minute. You never know what he is going to say next. Anthony always engages the crowd, leaves them laughing and wanting more. Last year, Anthony was awarded the honor of Best of the Fest at the annual SLO Comedy Festival. Before the show, check out his latest album "Eat Around It" on your favorite steaming platform, or his Dry Bar special.

 
Jen Murphy

Jen has been a regular at the SLO Comedy Festival since its beginning and has had the honor of being voted Best of the Fest. She started her standup career in New York City where she spent many years performing in Live Theater, Sketch and Improv troupes before heading to Los Angeles. She has since been seen on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Comics Unleashed w/Byron Allen on ABC, her own half hour special on TLC called This Is Why You’re Still Single, LAUGHS TV on FOX and the the comedic film DUMBBELLS. You can also hear her album Size Does Matter on iTunes.



Featuring Rawle D Lewis

Rawle D. Lewis is an American actor and comedian best known for portraying Junior Bevil in the 1993 comedy film Cool Runnings.
 
Lewis moved to Los Angeles in high school and did his first stand-up set at the age of seventeen. He described himself as being a “pretty shy guy in high school". A friend of his suggested he try stand-up comedy. Lewis almost considered quitting stand-up due to being embarrassed by his debut performance, in which heckling occurred. However, fellow comedian D.L. Hughley encouraged him not to quit. 
 
Lewis resides in Los Angeles. Today, Lewis travels all over the world for about three months of the year performing stand-up.[1] Of the countries he has traveled into include Senegal, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, France, Sweden, and Guatemala.



Headliner Shaun Latham
 
Shaun incites uncontrollable laughter in audiences with his no-holds-barred brand of observational humor and riffs on dating, discount sites, hip hop culture, and other everyday life situations and scenarios. With his first big screen appearance in the independent film “I’m Not Like That No More” alongside Paul Rodriguez and Felipe Esparza in 2009, Shaun showed his range as an all-around performer.
 
In 2013, Shaun was a featured headliner on NUVOtv’s “Stand up and Deliver” season 2, as well as an invited guest to the first ever Oslo, Norway Comedy Festival. Gabriel Iglesias is a huge fan of Shaun’s talents and gave him the “Fluffy” stamp of approval by bringing him on the road for 2 international tours. (Fluffyshop, Stand up Revolution). Shaun made his Network television premiere on Season 1 of Comedy Central’s “Stand Up Revolution” and was brought back for a second appearance on Season 3 in 2014. Shaun was named #2 in “OC WEEKLY’s top 5 comics to watch” in 2015! “Shaun has the gift for gab on the stage and never fails to cap on audience members with the greatest of wit-filled ease. Our advice? Stop what you’re doing and get on board with #TeamLazyEye. You won’t be sorry.” – Ali Lerman, OC Weekly.
 
Now a mainstay personality with BartstoolSports.com, over the last 2 years Shaun has gain notoriety as the co-host of the wildly popular Pat McAfee show podcast and SiriusXM satellite radio shows.Most known for his current show on the Barstool Sports platform, “20 Dollar Chef.” With a perfect balance of polished act and incredible crowd-work, Shaun Latham will absolutely provide you with a show full of side-splitting laughter and great next day water cooler-conversation! 
 
 

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