Get ready to laugh with some of the funniest down-home comedians anywhere. Redneck Comedy Live! kicks off it’s run October 9 in a family-friendly, all-ages show that can’t be found anywhere else on the Las Vegas Strip!
Redneck Comedy Live!, a brand new show at the Sahara Hotel and Casino, features four headlining comedic performers offering their "Redneck Wisdom" and perspective into all things redneck. Mixing together their blend of All-American, down-home humor found in our everyday lives, Redneck Comedy Live! provides audiences a hilarious glimpse at life in middle America.
The opening cast of Redneck Comedy Live! features:
First, a man know simply as "Killer Beaz." His twenty-three years of stage, television and radio experience creates a great canvas for Beaz to hit the audience with his trademark "Save Up!" catchphrase. Killer Beaz delivers edgy, high-energy "everyman"- style humor which may be why Rolling Stone Magazine says of Beaz’s comedy, "Beaz is ‘Killer’!" or why USA Today says he is a "Star rising in the south."
Also on the opening bill is MCA Nashville comic/recording artist T. Bubba Bechtol. Bechtol has become one of the nation’s funniest observers of basic "Bubba Nature" simply by calling it like he sees it. A regular guest on the World Famous Grand Ole Opry, Bechtol has earned a reputation as one of the funniest men alive.
Dick Hardwick follows by keeping his act clean…and he keeps it real, too - factors that play into the success of why this zany comedian is in constant demand. Hardwick is highly regarded by many celebrities including Reba McIntire who says of his stand-up, "I love his sense of humor and his ability to make the audience laugh without taking the low road by resorting to X-rated humor." Barbara and Louise Mandrell stated, "Dick Hardwick is the best comedian out there."
Sam Griesbaum (pronounced "grease-bomb") brings his unique sense of humor to Redneck Comedy Live! Including outstanding performances on The Nashville Network and Prime Time Country, Griesbaum has played to crowds of thousands over the years. His brilliant observations and ability to turn a phrase into a comedy bit keep audiences coming back show after show.