Music & Comedy at Night Owl Pub LNK
Sounds From The Night
Thursday April 19th - 8pm
Night Owl Pub
3233 S 13th St, Lincoln NE
Brooklyn NY's favorite Funk Punk Brady Oh has been playing the NYC underground circuit for over 10 years combining Rock & Roll, Punk and Country. From his early days fronting the funk punk band Hunters & Runners ("Self Titled" 2010, "Health & Respect EP" 2012), to his current psych country group The Sweetheartz ("Dry Run/Gold" Single 2018), The Brady Oh Show continues to rock the boro's and is now on tour across the midwest. 2016 saw the release of Brady's first solo EP - "Dig On Me" currently available on iTunes and Spotify. Brady's voice was also recently featured on the evil villain Garmadon's theme in the 2017 flick "LEGO Ninjago Movie."
Veteran and underground hero, Richard Reese - has been dishing out the laughs with the best of them for years. He’s accumulated much experience over that time -- including being voted “Most Entertaining” at The MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and winning the Great American Comedy Festival in 2008. Followed by those escapades were the release of two comedy specials entitled “Smoke, Jokes & Lasers (2013)” and “Always Laugh Forever Before You Die Yesterday (2015).” In 2016 his album Jetpack Tuxedo arrived on digital platforms to pleasing reviews. As a tenacious agent of humor, Mr. Reese brings an original and unpredictable approach to his show. Creatively witty and intelligently silly, this comedian/filmmaker continues to delight audiences near and far.
Marko and Andrew Eckart AKA Dr Vibe & Kickstand Richard
This brother duo has not performed together in years - which should make this reunion extra epic. Marko's musical roots originate in Nebraska latching on the folk, bluegrass and sing/songwriter traditions. Now residing in Denver, Marko plays in the band 2 Fat 2 Skydive. Andrew has the vocal x-factor lyricists need. While Andrew's style is heavily rooted in "magical folk rock" - he uses acoustic storytelling to bring out the grassy undertones with unbridled lyrical pride.
Sam Bontrager's comedy combines nerdy references with self-deprecation and a lot of oversharing. His performances are a glimpse at the mostly self-imposed struggles of a young man who has spared no effort in wasting his potential. When he's not on stage intentionally embarrassing himself, he is doing it by accident somewhere else.