On December 10th, 2017, posted in: Special Events by 0 Comment

New Years Eve Comedy Bay-Bee! Sin City Grill, Wave Pizza Company and Classic Rock 101.5 proudly present comedian Bob Zany with special guest Brad Stewart. Ring in the new year with 2 of the nation’s top Stand up comedians at the historic Grand Theater in downtown Grand Island.

2 shows 7pm and 10pm.

Tickets available at Sin City Grill, Wave Pizza Company and at the Classic Rock 101.5 studios in Grand Island.

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Hotel Stay and Play package at the Hotel Grand on South Locust Street in Grand Island.

King bed Hotel Room for 2
Two complimentary drink tickets for Images Bar and Grill
Hot Buffet Breakfast for 2 on New Years Day
Complimentary transportation to and from the 7 PM show ONLY.
Call 308-384-1330 for Reservations

It’s a central Nebraska tradition New Years Eve Comedy with Bob Zany and Brad Stewart!

Bob Zany is known for performing with his trademark cigar on stage.
In 1976, he appeared as a contestant on The Gong Show.

Zany now appears weekly on the nationally syndicated radio program The Bob & Tom Show, and has his own segment called The Zany Report. In recent years, he has also guest-hosted portions of Jerry Lewis’ Labor Day Telethon.

Zany also had a small role in the film Joe Dirt as the guy at the radio station who pushes Joe down at the beginning of the movie.

On September 16, 2006, he appeared on the Comedy Central special, The Friends of the Bob and Tom Show.

In June, 2007, he appeared on Last Comic Standing. He made it through the initial interview, but was not passed on to the next round.

Zany appeared in the Steven Soderbergh film The Informant, released September 18, 2009. The movie is a dark comedy about a Decatur, Illinois agri-business giant’s price-fixing scandal, and the bipolar whistleblower, Mark Whitacre, who is portrayed by Matt Damon. Zany plays Whitacre’s lawyer, John Dowd, in the comedian-rich cast.

Bob is also due to star in the documentary film, “Close But No Cigar”, directed by Jay Kanzler, which chronicles his thirty-plus years in show business. The documentary has not yet been released, but is expected to contain interviews with Ralphie May, Jimmy Pardo, Andy Kindler, Nia Peeples, Carrot Top, Rick Messina, and others.

Brad Stewart began his comedy career shortly after moving to Los Angeles from Nebraska in 1995 and winning 1st place in a comedy contest. He beat out hundreds of comedians to win $500. Brad has entertained many diverse audiences with his high energy, observational style of humor.

In early 2010 Brad had the honor of becoming a favorite opening act for comedy legend Joan Rivers. Joan said Brad is “so talented and a joy to work with” Brad has also opened for the Temptations, Jon Levitz, Keith Sweat, Rob Schneider, The O’Jays, Barry Manilow, and 80’s rockers Loverboy. In 2012 Brad was picked by TV Marlo Thomas as a “Comedian to Watch” for the Huffington Post.

Brad’s comedy is a mix of his observations about life and his love/hate relationship with pop culture. Music is a big love of Brad’s and a lot of his frustrations with the state of popular music which should be relatable to anyone with ears.