Savage Henry with The Preying Saints and with Putting on the Foil and Marystown Savage HenrySaskatoon, SKPunk / RockRead more
Savage Henry and Arcata Theatre Lounge Present Doug Stanhope Saturday, June 21Doors at 8 PMShow at 8:30 PM$25 Tickets in advance at BrownPaperTickets.com18 and OverSavage Henry Magazine and the Arcata Theatre Lounge present Doug Stanhope with Kim Hodges and Josh Argyle, hosted by Josh DukeLegendary stand-up comedian Doug Stanhope has been performing since 1990. His resume includes festivals such as the Montreal Just For Laughs, the Chicago Comedy Festival, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Scotland. Hes been on Comedy Central Presents, Premium Blend, and shamelessly hosted The Man Show for pure profit. Hes released four CDs and three DVDs including No Refunds on Showtime in 2008. Doug Stanhope began his career telling dick jokes for free drinks, and while hes expanded outward from there, his style is crass and certainly not for the easy to offend. Nothing is off topic while he commands the stage.Josh Argyle currently works the San Francisco comedy clubs, after doing five years of inprov comedy. He is the San Francisco Bureau Chief for Savage Henry Magazine, and was a co-producer of the S.H.I.Ts & Giggles Comedy Festival for 2013. He also co-produces the stand-up improv monthly show Its Just 2 Minutes.Kim Hodges is a local comedian who has been performing on the circuit with Savage Henry and Ba-Dump-Cha comedy. Shes performed as part of Savage Henrys S.H.I.Ts & Giggles Festival, and is perfecting a style that fits with her loud and sarcastic personality.
Manager: Bill Lewis
Bio: Inspired by the writing of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, Savage Henry packs venues nationwide with their blend of rock, pop, funk, punk, and ska. They have released a full length album "All In", performed hundreds of shows, and continue to make waves nationwide. With slots at some of this years most pr...See Full Bio
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