How do you go from being a nationally recognized vocal percussionist in a college acapella group to a nationally touring headlining comedian? Ask Tyler Boeh, a comedian whose comedy has been described as high-energy, intelligent, physical, and silly. His quick wit and award winning “beat-boxing” talent bring audiences to hysterical heights. Tyler started his stand-up career in his hometown of Portland, OR, but after winning or placing in the finals of comedy competitions in Seattle, San Francisco, Boston and at the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, Tyler made his way to Los Angeles. Within a year of his move to Hollywood he had established himself at the top comedy clubs, completed work on two television pilots, and Tyler’s debut comedy album, “Carpool Companion” was chosen as LaughSpin Magazine’s album of the year when it was released in 2012. In 2015 Tyler held his own with Craig Fergusson on his new show, “Celebrity Name Game” and appeared in 3 episodes of “Laughs on Fox”. 2016 culminated with a college tour that took him to nearly 40 campuses across the country. Tyler most recently returned to showcase for the third season of “Laughs” which will be airing soon on FOX. He continues to perform across the country at comedy clubs, colleges, and theaters bringing his incredible brand of humor wherever he goes. You can hear his comedy on iTunes, Sirius XM Radio, and Pandora, but don’t miss the chance to see Tyler perform live!
It’s not often the world spits out a 6’9” softcore misanthrope with a heart of gold; in fact, Travis Nelson may be one of a kind in that regard. Travis speaks with a unique and towering point of view from which he spews his sense of humor. Yo-yoing between cynically sarcastic and uncommonly sincere, Travis delivers comedy that averages out to be pretty darn delightful.
Touring across the United States and Canada, Travis has adapted to all different kinds of venues. Whether it’s a clean corporate gig, or the late show at a comedy club, he has an act that is sure to please. Travis has been featured on Rooftopcomedy.com and opened for comedians Auggie Smith, Shane Mauss, and Dwight Slade, among others.