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Daniel Spencer: Dear Amy,
A special special dedicated to a special lady.

Steve Soelberg: Can’t Cough in Public
Steve Soelberg comes to Dry Bar to report on his first pandemic. So far, it’s consisted of Western standoffs, endless Bane impressions, and potential deaths by queso.

Steve Hofstetter: A Trip to Japan
Often called the “hardest working man in show-business”, Steve Hoffstetter covers everything from paper decapitations in plane crashes to seeing-eye children.

Rodney Norman: Santa
All the way from the North Pole, it’s Santa Claus! Actually, Santa’s favorite helper, Rodney Norman, tells us what it’s like to live in this world as Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick!

Brent Terhune: Crooked Ginger
If you’re looking for the reason why to use a ladle to eat lucky charms, or why being a Bigfoot hunter is better than being a comedian, your search ends with Brent Terhune, who’s “known. . .

Mike Gaffney: Dummy Magnet
Mike Gaffney has been performing for over fifteen years. He has appeared on The Artie Lange Show on Direct TV, he was on the first and third seasons of Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV. . .

Jose Sarduy: Cuban Pilot
Gathering material from a wealth of life experiences, Jose takes audiences on the rollercoaster ride that’s been his life.

Jeff Allen: Honor Thy Wife
His Dry Bar Comedy videos have amassed millions of views on social media and other platforms, introducing him to tens of millions of new fans worldwide.

Glen Tickle: The Favorite
Glen Tickle apologizes for his last name, explains the things only professional comedians have time for, and tells all the stories he’s only allowed to tell on stage.

Dwayne Perkins: Dwayne Explains
Dwayne returns to Dry Bar Comedy. If you loved his first special, you will certainly love his 2nd! Dwayne Perkins has earned a spot in today’s elite class of stand-up comics with appearances on Comedy. . .

Chris Schlichting: Catch and Dress a Squirrel
Chris Schlichting, an Iowan with every bone in his body still intact, comes with a few crucial warnings. Beware of birthday wishes, day raccoons, and the spelling on all hand written love letters.

Armando Anto: The Maestro of Comedy
Armando has been perfecting his unique style of comedy, utilizing his decades of classical violin mastery, his guitar skills, and even breakdance in his act.