With incomparable comedic timing and a uniquely edgy and energetic style, Gordie Brown takes audiences on a hilarious joyride where the laughs start fast and never stop. Brown has left audiences around the world laughing in the aisles as he brings together his engaging comedy and mastery of impersonation.
Accompanied by his sizzling five-piece band, Gordie Brown's performance is a breathless combination of comedy and music that draws from generations of your favorite stars, politicians, and pop culture icons. Brown's many impersonations include Bob Dylan, George W. Bush, Ray Romano, Ozzy Osbourne, Jimmy Stewart, Randy Travis and everyone's favorite Geraldo Rivera. The highlight of the show lies within the many songs Brown sings. Like Weird Al Yakovic, Brown rewrites the lyrics of popular songs by those he impersonates with side-splitting results. Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" becomes a song about Brooks' ever-present hat and lack of hair. Willie Nelson's "To All the Girls I've Loved Before" becomes "To All the Plants I've Smoked Before." Brown also impersonates the likes of Elvis, Elton John, Kenny Rogers, Ricky Martin and Michael Jackson. Brown's is so light on his feet you'll think you're watching the King of Pop moonwalk across the stage. The laughs don't stop with Gordie Brown's musical renditions. His dialogues between actors is drop-dead hilarious. He performs on such skit impersonating Jack Nicholson, Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, Clint Eastwood and Jim Carey at a golf course. His mannerisms, facial expressions and voices are so flawless it's scary.
Gordie Brown is a performer that defies description and his show is unlike anything you've ever seen before. We encourage you not only to see out this show once, but see it again. Gordie has so much material that each show is a little bit different making the experience just as good if not better the second time around.