Costaki: The Master Card

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Economopoulos Will Entertain The Populous Of Your Metropolis Written by J.T. Ryder To pronounce the biggest name in comedy, Costaki Economopoulos, let us first review a simple, easy to use pronunciation key before we hurt ourselves. First, there’s Co, as in co-median. Next comes staki, which is a term my mother uses to describe me […]

Ryan Singer & Beth Stelling – December 19th through December 21st

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Ryan Singer entered the work force armed with a degree in Creative Writing, which he found qualified him for an illustrious career waiting tables. Needing to supplement his income, he applied for a short-term substitute teacher’s license with the DaytonPublic School system. Ryan chose to leave teaching to seek his fortunes elsewhere, or, as he […]

Pat Godwin – December 12th through December 14th

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Pat Godwin, known on the street as Patty G, has been in the comedy business since he was twenty. Since he refuses to state his real age, we will assume that that constitutes a very long time. Pat was featured on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and is a regular guest on The Bob and Tom […]

Troy Davis – November 14th – 16th, 2013

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Troy began his comedy career like most comedians: through an open mic night. From there, he went on to win comedy contests and launched himself on a far reaching and long comedy career. Troy’s brand of comedy ranges from everyday commonalities to stories from his own personal life. Whatever he is talking about, it is […]

“Healthy Is Just A Precancerous Condition”

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Insight And Wisdom From Drew Hastings Written by J.T. Ryder              Raised in Kettering, Ohio by a single mother, Drew Hastings’ teenage years found him finely honing a life of delinquency. Inspired by Mary Kay, he created a multi-leveled pyramid scheme to deal psychedelic drugs within the Dayton area. Other, […]

Henry Phillips and Jonathan Craig – October 17th through October 19th, 2013

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Henry’s manic melding of folksy melodies tied to psychotic lyrics has garnered him quite a cult following, including the likes of Moby (the musician, not the whale) and that weird guy who rambles through the Oregon District mumbling show tunes and pelting passers-by with Raisinettes. You have probably heard Henry Phillips on The Bob and […]

Sean Morey October 10th through October 12th, 2013

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Sean Morey is one of the most prolific comedy songwriters around, penning such well known tunes as The Man Song, The Woman Song, The Man Who Doesn’t Exist and many, many more. Sean has placed first and third in the comedy writing division of the International Songwriting Competition with his songs Dear Santa and The […]

Donnie Baker – September 6th and 7th

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Tacky clad in red tiger striped Zubaz, Donnie Baker takes the stage like a trash talking trailer park tornado sharing with the audience a litany of his various conquests. Whether it’s stories of his proficiency in the martial arts or his sage wisdom with regards to the opposite sex, Donnie gives of himself unselfishly, asking […]

John Evans – August 29th through September 1st , 2013

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John Evans is a Bob and Tom Show favorite who has many monikers, such as “The High Plains Thrifter” and “Count Chocula.” John has been featured on Comedy Central and seen on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. One thing that you may not know about John is that he is also known as The Man of […]

The Mullet Of Madness

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Donnie Baker’s First Interview  Written by J.T. Ryder Everyone knows Donnie Baker…or knows someone who is exactly like him. The first time my oldest son heard Donnie call in to the Bob & Tom Show, he yelled out, “Oh my God! It’s Uncle Brian!” I assured him that it wasn’t, but he had openly spoken […]