VOICE OF PIZZA Presents: Halloween! with Randy & Mr Lahey LIVE + Matthew Silver and Crackers And Snackmeat
$20 ADV/$25 DoS
Randy and Mr. Lahey LIVE (from the Trailer Park Boys) — facebook.com/randyandmrlaheyLIVE
The Randy and Lahey show is a silly, sexist, drunken hour and a half of songs and skits, audience participation, profanity, Shakespeare, and general hilarity. Over the past eight years it has developed into the fastest moving two man show in the known universe.
From Newfoundland to Vancouver Island several hundred thousand people have thrilled to Randy and Lahey's shennanigins. It's a constantly moving showcase of two television icons who pull no punches when battering the audience with «Batman and Robin» or «The Shit Rap.» The innocent honesty of an out- of-control drunken ex-cop Trailer Park Supervisor and his side-kick Randybobandy the cheeseburger eating ex male prostitute, weekend Trailer Park Supervisor is pants pissing humour at its warmest.
The show itself is roughly based on the T.V. series and movies, but being live, necessitates a different format and different is the operative word here. There is nothing like it anywhere. Shit talk and poetry; sodomy and sweet talk all thrown together with music and mayhem. What more could a room full of fun seekers want.
Randy and Lahey can do a toned down version but why bother. It's no fun that way. In other words; adult audiences only.
Matthew Silver — facebook.com/matthewsilverlovefarts/
Matthew Silver — Viral video star «Accept yourself, love yourself» and performance artist has made appearances on MTV Ridiculousness, and Adult Swim. Currently on Netflix in Karl Pilkington's Moaning of Life second season. His work promotes love with an added flavor of farts on the street and stage.
He has 301k plus followers on his Facebook page. m.facebook.com/matthewsilverlovefarts/
His most popular videos:
Words of Wisdom from an Unexpected Citizen
Love Is the Answer Stop Buying Stuff
Love Yourself, Accept Yourself
Matthew Silver The Great Performer
— Crackers & Snackmeat
Crackers & Snackmeat are seasoned veterans to the Charlotte music and comedy scene. They were most recently the house band for the «Crazy Late show with Johnny Millwater». They have played with internationally touring comedian Doug Stanhope along with local and regional comedic talent such as Kerry White, Carlos Valencia, Joe Zimmerman, Tom Stover, Johnny Millwater, Jonas Garvin, and Allegra Barnett. They have carved out a solid niche with other comedy acts as well. It doesn't stop there as they have shared the stage with The LRC, Satta Tribe, Eyes of the Elders, One Big Love, Red Letter Blue, a little ugly, The Side, cul-de-sac, 20 Past 4, The Thought Criminals, Andy Wood, Case Federal & The Agents, Roots Essential, Matthew Paul Butler, The Lights Fluorescent, Wicked Jones, Tater Famine, Attila's Honey, SouthSide Punx, Dr. Cirkustein, Funky Geezer, Sherman Hellville, Rogue Planet, Run Engine, Spongecake & The Fluff Ramblers, and many others over the years.
Since their inception they have stretched the musical boundaries with pounding funk grooves, laid back blues, and hard hitting hooks. Fearless in exploring different genres, from jazz to rock to metal as they continue to grow as a musical team.
The original line-up as put together in January 2008 by the now defunct Habitual Ritual Sketch Comedy Troupe was guitarist Phil Black and bassist Jason French (formerly backups at The Perch Comedy Club), drummer Chris «SkeeZe» Slezak from a myspace bulletin, and singer/actor/improv comedian James Lee Walker II. Drummer Colin Ray (Case Federal & The Agents, Sherman Hellville) joined the band in May of 2013 to replace Chris «SkeeZe» Slezak who relocated to Austin, TX. Bassist Steve Saldutte (Case Federal & The Agents, Plato's Stepchildren, Chris Sanchez Band, The House Cats) joined the band in December 2016 to replace Jason French.
Crackers & Snackmeat released «Down The Road», their debut album with Milkjug Records in August 2009 and are currently working on their sophomore effort «That's What's Up!» due later this year.