The Measure D Fundraiser w/Special Guests Cisco Adler
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In 2008 Adler left Whitestarr, and has since been working extensively with hip-hop artist Shwayze. Their first single, "Buzzin'," reached number 46 on the Billboard Hot 100, and the follow-up "Corona and Lime" peaked at number 23. They starred in the MTV reality series Buzzin' which follows the two as they record an album, have appeared on MTV Cribs, and toured with Warped Tour 2008. The pair have also collaborated with DJ Skeet Skeet on a Nike-sponsored workout program entitled Beach Blast by Shwayze. On December 18, 2008, Adler was arrested in Fargo, North Dakota for assaulting an employee at the club where he and Shwayze were performing. He was released shortly after being taken into custody, posting $500 bail. In 2009 he released a re-mixtape entitled "Pop Shit," which was produced entirely by himself. On June 15, 2010, Cisco released a mixtape entitled "Super California Lipstick Sexy Magic Dope Shit." Cisco produced every song on the mixtape, and it features Shwayze, Cobra Starship, Chris Young the Rapper, Cold Flamez, The Knux, Mickey Avalon, Remi Nicole, Del the Funky Homosapien, Danny Way, Dirt Nasty, Beardo, Eddie Rap Life, Tabi Bonney, Roxy Cottontail, Moses Haughton, TQ the Bio Prince, and Pollination. He produced a couple of tracks on Mike Posner's album 31 Minutes to Takeoff
Adler also runs a record label called Bananabeat Records.
In May 2013, Adler released an EP titled, One Way, working alongside rapper Tayyib Ali. One Way was released as a free download for 48 hours from May 28th-May 30th. One Way is expected to be released on iTunes shortly after.
In addition to music and television, Adler also produced and appeared in the film Sweetie Pie.
After a much needed hiatus, Joey is back and rocking audiences once again.
Joey Gaynor is a stand up comedian and actor from the great state of New Jersey, who began his stand up career in the mid '70s and t he was doing television shows like ABC's FRIDAYS the west coast answer to Saturday Night Live. It was there he cemented his friendship with one of his mentors, Andy Kaufman. In 1983 Richard Pryor took joey under his wing having him as his opening act for countless sold out shows in Hollywood where Joey says, "I got the best damn tutoring you could ever have, Every night after the shows he would sit down with me and talk to me about what I was doing, and more importantly WHY and hoe I should try this or that. I feel so Blessed to have had a relationship like that with my idol." Over the years Joey has worked in film and television with the likes of Leslie Neilson, Paul Sorvino, Thora Birch and the late great Jonathan Winters. Joey also co-starred in what is now a cult classic "COMEDY'S DIRTIEST DOZEN" with Chris Rock, Tim Allen and the late great Bill Hicks. He also was one of Robert Townsend's "ORIGINAL PARTNERS IN CRIME" for HBO and guest starred on "HOUSE", "E.R." and in the movie "THE FIVE HEARTBEATS".
Joey was also one of the driving forces behind Troma Films Cult CLassic "FEROCIOUS FEMALE FREEDOM FIGHTERS" which Blockbuster rated five stars and called it "Even funnier than "What's up Tiger Lily".