Brett Riley is a farm boy from Kansas with the heart of a soul singer which makes for a life full of unusual and out of place stories. It has been said "Brett Riley isn't a fish out of water, he is his own portable bowl." Realizing he was born to entertain, Brett took a Scholarship to Oklahoma City University for Music Theatre. He quickly learned he was meant to perform, just not music theatre. After sneaking into comedy clubs with fake IDs and getting booked as the house emcee and winning Wichita King of Comedy 2004, it became very obvious that he needed to hit the road and take it to the next level. Brett didn't waste anytime proving himself in LA, six months after arriving he claimed the title The Funniest Comic in the City 2007, which led to his appearance on Judge Joe Brown to collect the prize money. After a car accident almost claimed his life in September 2008, determined not to be forgotten Brett quickly bounced back to claim the title of Roc Da Mic Comedy Competition Compton 2009. He can most recently be seen headlining which will also be playing on Hulu.com under CandorTV.
With the future looking bright and the clarity of a second chance Brett Riley is more than ready to keep audiences entertained for years to come!
Jamal Coleman has a gift. He is naturally a funny person. He has developed his style based on extreme silliness and witty jokes. Jamal has been fortunate enough to open for and be mentored by such comics such as Rob Stapleton, Eric Blake, Melanie Camacho, Jeff Garcia, Willie Barcena, Alonzo Bodden, Shang, and Honest John to name a few. He has been in some of the same footsteps as the greats with appearances at The improvs, Comedy store and various clubs and bars where the greats go to get their chops. With his own podcast entitled, sillyasspodcast.com, he is even finding new ways to be entertaining. Jamal's business edicate has granted him the postion of producer for acomicsliferadio.com on latalkradio.com the number one internet talk radio station. He consistantly does shows for charity and he also does clean stand up for the people who request it. . Jamal comes from a musical background and every once and a while he uses his freestyle rap abilities to make his shows more interactive with the crowd. This man is one good show.