The 9th annual Alan Cox Show Comedy Tour

Great Lakes Brewing Company Presents:

The 9th annual Alan Cox Show Comedy Tour

Sat, May 26, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15.00 - $18.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 18 and over

Alan Cox Show Comedy Tour 2018
Alan Cox Show Comedy Tour 2018
The 9th annual Alan Cox Show Comedy Tour presented by Great Lakes Brewing Company returns Friday May 25th at House of Blues and Saturday May 26th at The Kent Stage.

Both shows start at 8p, doors at 7p.

THE HOST: Alan Cox is considered one of the most diligent handwriting analysts in broadcasting. A veteran of the Chicago standup & electric lute scene, he began his radio career as a producer for WLUP/Chicago. He went on to host shows in Michigan, Pittsburgh and Chicago, as well as national programs from New York, Boston, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles.

Alan was a columnist for "Maniac" magazine, spent six years as a commentator for PBS, and was arena host for the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Chicago Sky. He has hosted for Discovery.com, narrated documentaries on the Big Ten Network, and voices numerous national commercials. His comedy albums "Alan Cox Sells Out", "Ribbed", and "Shadyside Bathroom Wall Blues" continue to sully eBay's otherwise sterling reputation.

In his free time, Alan enjoys pondering the relative merits of free time. He lives in the western suburbs, where he subsists primarily on tequila & apples, and cannot swim.
Cody Cooper
Cody Cooper
Cody Cooper is a lovable panda shaped man from Cleveland, OH. If Cody ‘s unique stories and humorous observations of everyday life don't make his audience squeal with glee, then his podcast Gabbing with Grandma sure will!

Not only is he the most pivotal member of Accidental Comedy but Cody was also crowned winner of The Really Big Show ESPN Cleveland's Comedy Competition. Having shared the stage with nationally touring comics Karen Rontowski, Drew Hastings, and Bobby Lee, Mr. Cooper is on his way to making a name for himself in the world of comedy...just ask his Grandma, whom happens to be his roommate.
Jasmyn Carter
Jasmyn Carter
Jasmyn became interested in comedy in 2012 when she was 17 years old. She started creating Vine, Instagram, and YouTube comedy sketches a year later. She managed to create a steady following of over 76k on Instagram and has been see on WorldStar. In 2015, at the age of 20, she decided to pursue Stand Up comedy for the first time. Jasmyn first got her start performing in Cleveland and since then has been able to perform in different cities in the midwest, east, and west coast. In 2016, she became the first woman to ever win the Cleveland Comedy Festival. Jasmyn hopes she can spread the gift of laughter to as many people as possible all over the world.
Mary Santora
Mary Santora
The 1st Lady of Accidental Comedy Club, hailing from Cleveland, Mary Santora is a fresh breath of femininity in the otherwise male dominated world of stand up. Her quick witted, observational style has landed her the opportunity to not only travel across the country in various clubs, but to open for comedic greats such as Jen Kirkman, Dave Attell, Kyle Kinane and Tom Papa. She took second place at the 2015 Cleveland Comedy Festival, was named The Best Local Female Comedian by the Cleveland Scene Magazine two years in a row in 2016 and 2017, was chosen to compete in the 2018 Best of the Midwest competition at LaughFest in Grand Rapids, MI, and is continuing to quickly make a name for herself as one of the best up and coming comics in the Midwest.
Mike Paramore
Mike Paramore
Mike Paramore is the guy you fight to sit next to
in a movie theatre, on a long car ride, or during a
boring lecture.

​His natural ability to infuse everyday
situations with energetic, uplifting humor, combined
with a natural ability to put you at ease is key to his
personal brand of comedy.

His smooth delivery and​ powerful punchlines
make him a force in stand-up comedy,
which is very apparent in his debut album
"The Things We Tell Ourselves", available now on
iTunes and Amazon.

Mike has opened for comedians like
Damon Wayans
Cash Cab's Ben Baily
Jon Lovitz and
Saturday Night Live's Jay Pharoah.

In addition to performing at the 2010 Stellar Awards
and being a part of the 2012,Just for Laughs Festival
Mike was a finalist in the 2014
World Series of Comedy, Las Vegas
Winner of the 2015,
Cleveland Comedy Festival
Winner of the 2016,
Laughing Devil Festival, in New York City
Winner of the 2017,
Laugh Fest's best in
​the Midwest competition.

He was a featured on
AXTV's Live at Gotham in NYC,
as well as a featured comedian
on FOX's hit show "Laughs".
Bill Squire
Bill Squire
I'm Bill Squire and this is my bio. I am a stand-up comedian. I've been doing stand-up for a long time. I started when I was 22 years old after I was excommunicated from The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints. I worked on my act and started getting work on the road. I always focused on writing and being the best comedian I can be. I have never focused on fame or fortune so I haven't been on TV but I have worked with a lot of comedians that have been on TV and in movies and some of them remember my name.

I have released three comedy albums. Sarcasm Bus was my first album and it isn't terrible. My second release was a self produced stand-up special called "Just Say Your Jokes" which you can watch for FREE on youtube. My third album "Crowded" came out in September 2013 and made it to number eight on the iTunes Comedy charts. I do have a day job and that is co-hosting The Alan Cox Show on 100.7 WMMS. Things are good now go make yourself familiar with my world.
Venue Information:
The Kent Stage
175 East Main
Kent, OH, 44240
http://www.thekentstage.com/