Comedy night June 15th at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $15.00 plus tax per person "non refundable". Make your reservation
Host - Brett Hamil
Feature - Joe Larson
Headliner - Spanky
Spanky first went on stage in 1985, in Dallas, Texas. Just fourteen months later, he was voted the Funniest Man In Texas by edging out forty other comedians to win the Texas Laff Off, sponsored by the Improvisation Comedy Club. His unconventional delivery and unique material jump-started a comedy career that has yet to slow down. Only eight months later, Spanky made his national television debut on the Arts and Entertainment Network's Good Time Cafe. This was the first of many appearances on A&E, having since been a regular on Evening At The Improv, and, appeared on Comedy On The Road with John Byner. In 1987, PBS produced a documentary, ArtsEye, featuring Spanky, to illustrate a comic's life, both on and off stage. In 1988, he began his lasting relationship with the newly formed FOX Television Network, by performing on The Late Show, hosted by Joan Rivers. Over the years he has made multiple appearances on FOX, on both Comic Strip Live and Comedy Express. Later that same year, his comedic talents were captured by Showtime Cable Television. In 1989, Spanky was invited to compete on the nationally syndicated show, Star Search, where he went on to set the record for most appearances by a comedian that season--making it all the way to the $100,000 Grand Finals.
In 1990, he made his first appearance on MTV's Half Hour Comedy Hour, as well as performing on HBO's The Comedy Channel. From 1991 to present, Spanky has continued to make return appearances on the dozens of TV shows mentioned above. In addition, Spanky has performed at almost 400 clubs and colleges in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Caribbean...