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Marty Simpson recently performed a sold-out show for WPER in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Here is highlight from that show. If you need strong, comedy-club quality attitude, with an inspirational Christian Themed show, then Marty Simpson is a perfect fit for your event!
Everyone has heard stories of famous rock bands demanding certain incredibly specific things on their riders like “only green M & M’s” or “Chex Mix with no bagel chips.” We had always chalked it up to the stuff of legend. Well now, Christian Comedian Marty Simpson has taken this concept to a new extreme.
Included in his demands are hotel rooms for his two golden doodles, pH balanced water in the hotel room toilets in case the doodles drink from the aforementioned toilets, reimbursements for expenses during travel including toll roads, amusement park fees, snow cones, bail money, and back massages, as well as a host of other idiosyncratic demands. Not the least of which is,
In lieu of a sound system, Marty prefers to connect his microphone to a splitter that will go to two large jam (and/or boom) boxes. These boxes should be on the left and right of the stage. They should be held over their head by two 17 year old boys, both of whom should be wearing beige trench coats. – Excerpt from Page 2 of Marty Simpson’s Rider –
The nerve of some artists is astounding. But evidently some people don’t agree. Here is a recent quote from one of the clients who booked Marty for a show.
I just read Marty’s rider. Not only was it refreshing, it made me blow milk out of my nose. I totally didn’t see it coming. – Lance G. Flood, M.A. – Executive Director – Tennessee Valley Pastoral Counseling
Marty Simpson has invented a product which helps a woman sneak food into the movies. It’s called, The Pregnidgerator! He recently shot an infomercial for it. Appearing along side Marty in the video are Tim Hawkins, Jonnie W., and Clayburn Cox. Enjoy the video. We did.
Marty Simpson got the chance to perform with Tim Hawkins. One of those times, Tim kept Marty on stage after Marty’s “middle set” and performed the “Tweet Song” along side Marty. The “Tweet Song” is when Tim plays the guitar and two (or more) comics recite some of their funnier tweets back and forth. Marty doesn’t play any musical instrument, so he decided to surprise Tim with a little something he is good at doing. Tim was not aware Marty was going to juggle.
In the past 12 months, Christian Comedian, Marty Simpson, has proven himself to be one of the most versatile comedians working today. He has received overwhelmingly positive feedback from two polar opposite camps of people. Dennis Miller on the conservative right, and Andrew Young on the, not as conservative, left.
In September of 2012, former SNL star, Dennis Miller and his people, hand picked Marty from a group of comics to open for Mr. Miller at the Durham Performing Arts Center in front of 2,600 people. That event went extremely well and Mr. Miller was pleased.
Then, in May of 2013, Marty was selected to be the comedian representative at a national leadership forum hosted in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (See that event here.) Marty shared the stage with Civil Rights hero, Andrew Young. Mr. Young is the former mayor of Atlanta, former Ambassador to the United Nations, and close personal friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mr. Young was pleased and impressed with Marty’s comedy. He commented afterwards how well Marty used racial topics, and used them appropriately, to communicate humor. Mr. Young was also moved by Marty’s ability to seamlessly move from comedy to a leadership message which Mr. Young thought all parents of young athletes need to hear.
There aren’t many Christian Comedians working today who would be the right person to open for Dennis Miller, who is a regular political commentator on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” and simultaneously be the right person to open for a keynote address delivered by long-time Civil Rights hero, and former Democratic Mayor of Atlanta, Andrew Young.
But Marty was that person. Check out Marty’s comedy below or at his website at www.MartySimpson.com.
If you think Marty’s comedy and leadership message would be a good fit for your event, you can contact Tim@TheGrableGroup.com.