”Three Dawg Night” Comedy Tour featuring Tommy Chunn, Shang & Louis Ramey (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)
* ”Three Dawg Night” Comedy Tour featuring Tommy Chunn, Shang & Louis Ramey.
The Boca Black Box has an absolutely great show- scheduled for November 13th & 14th…”Three Dawg Night” Comedy Tour featuring Tommy Chunn, Shang & Louis Ramey.
Just between you guys and Jeff Eats, this show “plays” at an HBO/Showtime Comedy Special level!
No ifs, ands, or buts…these shows will be SRO!
You can catch tickets at bocablackbox.com. Also check goldstar.com for discount tickets.
The “Three Dawg Night Comedy Tour” with National Headlining Comedians Tommy Chunn, Shang & Louis Ramey will be a night with 3 of the funniest, irreverent Headliners working today! This is a Show you do not want to miss!
Tommy Chunn: known for Appearances on Comedy Central’s Stand Up Revolution, HBO Russell Simmons comedy specials (3 appearances), FOX Network, Def Jam Prime Time special, 60 Minutes comedy special, Evening at the Improv (2 appearances), B.E.T. Comic View (4 appearances, won producers choice award) Tommy has appeared with appearing with Harry Belafonte, Dennis Miller, Tim Allen & Richard Pryor.
Shang: Has Appeared on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend”, CBS’s “The Late Late Show”, Axs’s TV “Gotham Comedy LIVE”, HBO’s “Aspen Comedy Special BEST OF THE FEST”, Starz “Stand UP”, 2 B.E.T. “Comic View Grand Stand Specials”. Shang has Also Guest starred on NCIS, CSI & NBC’s Heroes. His international appearances include The Comedy Network’s- “Nubian Disciples of Comedy” Toronto Can. & London England’s-The Jack Dockerty show”
Louis Ramey: LOUIS has performed on television in the states, Canada and Hong Kong. His US television appearances include his own half an hour comedy special, “Comedy Central Presents: Louis Ramey,” ABC Daytime’s “The View,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” NBC’s “It’s Showtime at the Apollo,” and CBS Televisions “48 Hour’s.” Louis was also a finalist on NBC’s “ Last Comic Standing”. His Canadian appearances include, “Grumps,” “Comedy at Club 54,” and “Breakfast TV.”