Comedy Night with Rob Haze featuring Mac Blake, Danny Palumbo, and Aaron Brooks
Join us for Comedy Night in A.M. Booth's Lumberyard Banquet Hall. Call to reserve your table now 256.715.7130.
We're expecting a packed show. Two drink minimum food service available, so come hungry.
Rob Haze is a comedian from Atlanta, Georgia. He can be seen on this season of Adam Devine's House Party on Comedy Central and the new Viceland show Flophouse. Rob was a New Face in the 2015 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. He was on the 9th season of Last Comic Standing. Rob is the 2015 winner of the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival. He has made appearances on HLN News Now, and can be heard as a personality on the Ryan Cameron morning show. Rob was named by Creative Loafing one of the 25 people to watch in 2015. In 2012 Rob was a finalist in NBC Stand Up for Diversity and was a part of there 2013 college tour. Starting making funny poems at college poetry nights, Rob started performing stand up while studying Political Science in college. Rob shares his gift of comedy at clubs, colleges, and corporations all over the country. Rob prides himself on bringing people together rather than tearing them apart.
Mac Blake comes from the bearded streets of Austin, Texas. In 2013, Mac won the Funniest Person in Austin contest and performed at the New Faces of Comedy Showcase at Just for Laughs Montreal. This past year, Splitsider named him one of “The Top Up-and-Coming Comics Outside of NY and LA”, and his album Bird Drugs debuted at #3 on the iTunes comedy charts. Mac hosts the monthly showcase Waterbed, and performs with the improv group Movie Riot most Fridays at ColdTowne Theater. He has a wife, a dog, and a dumb Twitter handle.
Danny Palumbo is a stand-up comedian by way of Austin, by way of Pittsburgh. In 2015 he won the 30th annual Funniest Person in Austin contest. That same year, Splitsider named Danny one of the top up-and-coming comedians outside of NY and LA. In 2016, he was selected as a New Face at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. Danny also co-created the satirical fine dining websites iilbuco and abbrevs, the latter of which was described by the Austin Chronicle as "Best-of-The-Onion-level funny." Danny has been invited to perform at the Moontower Comedy Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Funny or Die's Oddball Fest in Austin, Austin Sketch Fest, and the Big Sky Comedy Festival. He has also been featured on NPR, ABC News, and Eater. You can see Danny on Fuse's Uproarious this summer.
Aaron Brooks is a semi-professional yarn spinner. When you listen to him, you feel like you've known him forever. He cut his teeth in St. Louis, MO, where he learned that he had a knack for putting a funny spin on his own life. After performing across the seedy underbelly of the upper Midwest for two years, Aaron had enough and moved to Austin. Since moving, he has established himself as an engaging storyteller and an act to watch.