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Friday, March 1, 2013 7:00PM
Don’t Miss Mike Epps Live with Special Guests Gary Owen and Doug E Fresh!
Comedian Mike Epps brings big laughs to the Theater @ Madison Square Garden on Friday, March 1, 2013 at 7PM. Don’t miss this hysterical evening… also featuring special guests Gary Owen and Doug E Fresh.
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The Theater @ MSG is located at 7th Avenue bet. West 31st & West 32nd Streets in NYC.
ABOUT MIKE EPPS
One of the top comics in the business for over a decade, Mike Epps is back on the road with a hot new show with new laughs!
After wrapping his recent films, Mike began touring the country, once again showing fans why he remains one of the only Hollywood funnymen with the ability to make ’em laugh live on stage.
Whether you’ve seen him on the big screen (credits include: Sparkle, Next Friday, The Hangover, Jumping the Broom) or in his HOT stand up specials (Mike Epps presents: Live From Club Nokia), comedian Mike Epps has undoubtedly made you laugh.
Get ready for his latest laughs in Mike Epps Live!
ABOUT GARY OWEN
After being named “Funniest Serviceman In America,” Gary Owen‘s big break came in 1997 on BET’s Comic View. Since then, he’s been entertaining America for well over a decade with his side-splitting comedy, performing in all of the major comedy rooms across the country. Acting opportunities followed Owen’s stand up success. He was a cast member of Tyler Perry’s successful HOUSE OF PAYNE. The two met on the Tom Joyner Morning Show (on which Owen is a regular) and Perry wrote him into the show as the new barber, Zach. Additionally, Owen has been seen in such films as LITTLE MAN with the Wayans Brothers, REBOUND, and DADDY DAY CARE with Eddie Murphy. He can also been seen in the scene stealing role of “Bearcat” in the movie, COLLEGE.
ABOUT DOUG E FRESH
Rapper and producer Doug E. Fresh is also known as the Human Beat Box. The pioneer of 20th century American beatboxing, Fresh awesomely and accurately imitates drum machines and various special effects by using just his mouth, lips, gums, throat, and a microphone. Although he began his recording career as a solo artist, it was when he and a new team of DJs known as the Get Fresh Crew (Barry Bee and Chill Will) along with a newcomer named MC Ricky D (later to achieve fame as Slick Rick) recorded “The Show,” which borrowed the melody of the Inspector Gadget theme) and “La Di Da Di”, a tune that was completely voiced by MC Ricky D and backed by Doug E’s beat boxing for the entire duration of the song. It was when both of these songs were released on a single that broke him into stardom. Both “The Show” and “La-Di-Da-Di” are considered two of the all-time greatest early hip hop classics and, as such, make up one of the first and only Hip-Hop singles to have 2 hit songs on the same record.