Why did the chicken cross the road?
To get to the Comedy Nite at The Historic Hotel Leger!
Come on down and get your laffs on!
Friday February 6th at The Historic Hotel Leger's Comedy Nite.
Show starts at 8:00pm in the Whitewater Saloon.
NO COVER CHARGE!
Hosted by comedian Dan Mires ("Mires Like Fires") who has a highly successful monthly comedy show in Concord CA. Dan has worked with both local comedians as well as big name comics of the first calibre. He brings a mix of talent to make you laugh, make you cringe, and generally entertain you!
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Check our Events Calendar under Happenings for more information on the comics appearing for that show.
Headliner: Alex Elkin (Oregon)
Alex Elkin started his comedy career in the clubs of Hollywood California before he was old enough to be allowed in the front door. At age 18 he took on the wilds of the Jungle Cruise as a skipper for the Disneyland Resort cracking jokes on and off the boat.
Television appearances on NBC, E!, TNT and more plus opening for national acts such as Ralphie May, Gabriel Iglesias and Carlos Mencia to name just a few, Alex is earning his reputation in the comedy world as the comic that brings his A-game to every performance! Now, with a daily radio show and as a husband and father of two boys, his spin on family life, kids and the world we live in, will keep audiences chuckling around the water cooler long after the show.
JR De Guzman (Sacramento)
JR De Guzman seamlessly blends music and comedy to entertain crowds all over the US and abroad, having performed also in France, the Netherlands, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, and Indonesia. With sharp one-liners and funny songs such as "The Prom Story," JR serenades audiences into fits of laughter. Both comedians and audiences have described his act as a triple-threat of jokes, songs, and stories. The versatility of his act has allowed him to entertain comedy and music fans alike, having done shows with musicians Jeremy Passion and Pablo Cruise, as well as comedians April Macie, Rex Navarette, and Edwin San Juan.
Ray McMillin (Oregon)
Ray Mcmillin is originally from a small suburb of Philly. Due to an altercation with some aggressive peers during a game of basketball, Ray's mother moved him in to live with his aunt in California. After getting over the initial shock of public transportation that featured fuzzy dice and personalized license plates, Ray became relaxed in his new Bel-Air residence, where he eventually became royalty.
Ray has also been a regular contributor to Exotic Magazine since 2007 and, as of 2013, is a staff writer forSavage Henry Independent Times. Rumor has it that he also likes to perform under the pseudonym "DJ HazMatt" for various night spots in the Humboldt County, CA and Portland, OR areas.