Olde Towne Spirits presents a night of stand-up comedy and whiskey tasting at Pendleton's Cox Hall. (Adjacent to the Clemson Little Theatre.)
Hosted by Carrie Adams and featuring performances by Chris Moo-Moo Phillips, Cary Goff, and Tom Emmons.
Garett Kelly will be your guide through a selection of several whiskies over the course of the evening.
Hors d'oeuvres will be provided.
Tickets are $45 at the door, $40 in advance. To purchase advance tickets, go to Olde Towne Spirits located at 123 N. Mechanic Street or call 864.646.7505
For more about your comedians:
Tom Emmons is a goat farmer who likes hitchhiking, logic, and pets and he suffers from Autosomal Dominant Compelling Helio-Opthamalic Outburst Syndrome. Starting comedy at a young age seemed only natural, but was rapidly stifled due to Ritalin. Upon graduating from college (at the tender age of 27 with a B.S. in General Studies) he was sure that his life had the pinpoint focus required for success. He's a founding member of No Expectations Comedy and a repeat performer at Laugh Your Asheville Off, Laughing Devil in NYC, and Orlando Indie Comedy Fest. Enjoy a trip to the bizarre with Tom's preposterous observations and musings. Be peachy.
Cary Goff does stuff with things and has been doing so since the early 2009. Having received a PHD in Stuff from the University of Phoenix Online he has primarily focused using that knowledge on things and things thing-related. He has a fine head of hair and has never done comedy in front of a pyramid made of beer kegs. In fact, he doesn’t do comedy and is confused as to why his bio is on this site and wishes the Disclaimer people would stop harassing him. He does not Twit or Face or use his email machine and is horribly afraid of human interaction. He doesn’t believe in the existence of phones and at the moment the only way to reach him is to say his name backwards three times while facing a mirror.
Chris Moo-Moo Phillips currently on the Discovery Channel show Billy Bob's Gags to Riches, Moo-Moo grew up in Iva, South Carolina and brings a country boy's perspective to his comedy. Bigger than life, raucous, and unapologetically hilarious, Moo-Moo knows that laughter is the best medicine - it's how he beat cancer. A lifelong comic, Moo-Moo has toured the nation many times over, collecting amazing stories as he goes.
Carrie Adams grew up in the dreary darkness of Seattle, which gave her a love of both sunshine and Stephen King novels. After moving to South Carolina and transitioning into the lucrative manual labor industry. Given a marked absence of any marketable skills, she did the only thing she could do - become a stand-up comedian and write thrillers. Since then she has opened for a slew of ridiculously awesome comics like Myq Kaplan, Zach Sherwin and Jarrod Harris. Her first novel, RUTHLESS, will be published by Simon & Schuster July 14th, 2015.