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Funny Boy
  • Artist: Christopher Cannon
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 733792498228
  • Item #: SRD249822
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 4/6/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Funny Boy on CD

It has taken Christopher Cannon 14 years to record his debut Comedy CD and Funny Boy is well worth the wait. Avoiding the large theater recordings prevelant in today's comedy CD choices, Funny Boy takes the listener back to where they belong...the intimate atmosphere of a comedy club. 'Christopher Cannon's new CD Funny Boy really IS funny but when it comes to working an audience, Chris is no BOY...he's a pro.' - Sonny Fox/XM Satellite Radio Recorded over a two-night club performance, Cannon deals with a wide range of topics from Iraq to NASCAR. 'Hilarious' - Indie Shout Magazine 'I did something I honestly thought I wouldn't. I laughed out loud.' - Don Sill/Two Drink Minimum Christopher Cannon's comedy career began while serving as a tank commander in the US Army at Fort Hood, Texas. While on field exercises, Sargeant Cannon, the budding comic, would entertain his fellow troops by performing comedy routines from the back deck of an M-1 Abrams battle tank. Upon discharge, Christopher headed south to Austin, where he found himself behind the wheel of a delivery truck by day and behind a mike on the comedy stage by night. He finally parked the truck for good in 1993 and dedicated himself full time to a career as a professional comedian. As a regular member of Austin's Laff Staff Improv troop, Christopher continued to evolve as a performer by sharpening his audience interaction skills and expanding his overall stage presence. Along the way, he quickly advanced from opening act to Headliner, playing in some of the best known comedy venues in America: the Improv, Funny Bone, and Las Vegas.