Comedy Cabana is Myrtle Beach’s Only 5 Star Comedy Club for 21 years and running featuring three new professional comics weekly, including names such as Lewis Black, Bob Nelson, Josh Blue, Tim Wilson, Jimmy “JJ” Walker, Jon Reep, Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling and many, many more. Only the best of the best have performed on our stage and they just keep coming! Forget TV see them live at the beach’s #1 hot spot for live comedy, Comedy Cabana. Locals & Tourists Favorite Place to Laugh!
A veteran of the comedy stage, Tommy Blaze has appeared in every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, hen house, outhouse, and doghouse in the country.
Tommy was series regular on the nightly comedy series The Newz, appeared in the hit show Friends and has starred in the movies Rumpelstiltskin, Me Again, Marriage Retreat, Viewer Discretion Advised and the award winning God’s Not Dead. Some of Tommy’s comedy credits include Star Search, MTV 1/2 Hour Comedy Hour, Comic Strip Live and Comedy Central.
His comedy is opinionated, thoughtful, controversial and admittedly one sided. If you are married, single, divorced, parents, gay or lesbian, confused, young, desperate, misguided, lost or easily offended then you need Tommy Blaze to straighten you out!
Also Appearing: Jesse Jones & Cooter Douglas
Lance Montalto was born in New Orleans and has traveled the world as a headlining comedian for the past 33 years. Starting in New Orleans with Ellen DeGeneres in the early 80′s at Clyde’s Comedy Corner, he’s never looked back and has toured the world headlining comedy clubs, colleges, corporate events and cruise lines.
He has written for Steve Harvey’s television show, worked with stars such as Ray Charles, James Brown, George Jones, Brenda Lee, Willie Nelson, Billy Idol, Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Drew Carey, Brad Garrett, George Wallace, Jeff Foxworthy, Larry The Cable Guy, and many more.
Also performing: Matt Bergman & Cooter Douglas
In the hard-hitting New York comedy world, D.C. Benny is a heavyweight contender. His unorthodox style of comedic storytelling, seasoned with original characters, has earned him a diverse and enthusiastic fan base over the last 26 years.
As an English major at the University of Maryland, he entered a talent show and got big laughs doing impressions of all of his professors. He soon became a fixture at local comedy clubs in the D.C. area before moving to Brooklyn, New York.
Once in New York, he made a name for himself as a white comic who was happy to work the urban rooms in addition to performing at mainstream comedy clubs. Benny made his television debut on “Showtime at the Apollo,” and has since performed all over the U.S. and toured internationally.
Many of his fans know Benny from his dramatic film and television roles. He has been seen on multiple episodes of “Law and Order” and had a long run on the daytime drama “As the World Turns.” He has also appeared in many feature films, including “Freedomland” with Samuel Jackson and John Singleton’s “Illegal Tender.”
Additional credits include Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” HBO’s “The Chris Rock Show,” NBC’s “The Cosby Show” and “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.” The main character in Budweiser’s popular “How You Doin’?” Super Bowl spots, Benny has also been in numerous national commercials for Verizon, Dell, Volkswagen and Wendy’s. His Comedy Central half-hour special is one of the highest rated in the network’s history, and he was a top 8 finalist on Season 8 of “Last Comic Standing.”
Also Appearing: Eric Grady & Cooter Douglas
As one of the nation’s most inventive and original comedians for the last 3 decades, Joe has carved his niche as one of the most unusual performers in the country.
With humor rooted in reality, a delivery that borders on sheer madness and material that is truley unique, Joe personifies the terminology, “one of a kind”.
There are more sides to DeLion than combinations to a Rubik’s cube. As a national headliner, almost every state of the union has seen DeLion roar through town, leaving a wake of frozen grins and aching ribs. This is one show you wont want to miss.
Also appearing: Bill Boronkay & Cooter Douglas
With his improvisational style and astute observations on family, religion, relationships, and current events, he continues to be a favorite among audiences from all walks of life. He has appeared on HBO, Showtime’s “Comedy Club Network” , and numerous comedy specials. He can also be seen on “Laffapalooza 2006” on Comedy Central and played the part of Father Cisero in the film “Crossroads.” Oliveira also has been a semi-regular on “Army Wives” on the Lifetime network.
This Rhode Island native, currently tours the country as a standup comedian. He is also a highly regarded actor and writer and can be seen in his one-man show “I’m The Man You Meet Before You Meet The Man You Marry.”
Also appearing: Cooter Douglas
Big Ed Caylor is a 20 year comedian now recording artist of Hickalicious and co-writer of the CMT‘s #1 video “Double D Cups”. Big Ed is southern to the bone and country as cornbread. He gives a hilarious look at small town life, from childhood to parent hood. Big Ed is high voltage on stage and red lines the energy gauge! His homegrown humor will keep you laughing for weeks to come and his true stories about marriage and being a dad will make you scream. Big Ed’s TV credits include HBO and Showtime.
After watching Eddie Murphy perform for the first time, Warren B. Hall knew at the age of 10 that he wanted to become a standup comedian. Then, after his mother gave him a good beating for using the ‘F-word’ while practicing, Hall decided it would be wise to take a cleaner approach to comedy than his often foul-mouthed idol. Hall has worked with the USO tour of the Middle East, where he performed at military bases for our troops. However, if you didn’t happen to catch those shows, you may recognize him from his television commercial work or from various clubs here in the States, which he also frequents. Hall is a self-proclaimed 98% clean comic who doesn’t shy away from adult innuendo. You also may have seen Warren on Fox’s “Laugh’s” and heard him on The Bob & Tom Radio Show.
Also Appearing: Cooter Douglas
Sonya White combines southern charm with big city street smarts to create a show that won her multiple appearances on CBS’s “Star Search” and a promo spot on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.” Sonya’s additional TV credits include CMT production “Southern Fried Chicks” and FOX Network’s “Night Shift.” Sonya has appeared on Oxygen’s “Girls Behaving Badly.” She has also been featured on “Comcast Comedy Spotlight Roadtrip” and at The U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, which was aired on HBO, E!, and Comedy Central. Both her comedy stage show and her one-woman show, “Airing Dirty Laundry,” are based on real-life experiences and her fond, but irreverent, interactions with friends, family and the world at large.
Also Appearing: Cooter Douglas
Best known from NBC’s hit reality show “Last Comic Standing,” Vos is one of the most exciting headlining comics in the country. He’s a “comic’s comic” whose style is quick, off-the-cuff and appeals to all types of audiences. He was a regular guest on “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn,” and has been a regular guest on “The Opie and Anthony Show” for the past 10 years. He’s also appeared on HBO, Showtime & Jimmy Kimmel Live. The excitement of a Rich Vos show stems from his unique, no-holds-barred perspective on relationships, divorce and parenthood. Vos pulls no punches when it comes to comedy. On many occasions, he will deliver some of the quickest crowd banter, leaving audiences not knowing what to expect next.
Also appearing: Ben Hague & Cooter Douglas
Within a few short years of his start as an anonymous open-miker , Al found himself living in New York, performing in New York City in clubs such as The Comedy Cellar, Stand Up NY and Carolines, while also logging thousands of miles on the road. Al’s hilarious material and his natural rapport with his audiences also got him gigs working with some of the biggest names in comedy, such as Jerry Seinfeld , Jim Carrey, Jimmy Fallon and Dennis Miller.
Al is a firmly established headliner who has delighted audiences in an impressive list of venues ranging from Radio City Music Hall for ESPN’s Espy Awards to Las Vegas, Atlantic City and various major Cruise Lines. Al also has numerous television appearances under his belt, including VH1’s “Standup Spotlight” , A&E’s “Evening at the Improv” , MTV’s “Half Hour Comedy Hour”and Comedy Central’s “Short Attention Span Theater.”