Popular comedian set to bring the house down
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Bob Marley
Bob Marley
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BRATTLEBORO- Celebrating 15 years as a stand-up comic, Bob Marley is one of the hottest and most sought-after comedians in the country. He has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late-night TV circuit: “The Late Show” with David Letterman, “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno, “Late Night” with Conan O’Brien, and “The Late Late Show” with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn.

Brought to Brattleboro by FB Productions, Marley, a Maine native and University of Maine at Farmington graduate, uses biographical and observational material for his high-energy routines. He began his career in his hometown of Portland, and then moved to Boston to gain experience in a city known for spawning comedy all-stars.

A regular at the Aspen and Montreal comedy festivals, Marley was named one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch,” Marley has also appeared in several films, including the cult favorite “Boondock Saints.” The peripatetic Marley works nonstop throughout the country, in such cities as Los Angles, Las Vegas, Washington, Boston, New York and Denver. After living in Los Angeles for several years, he, his wife, and three children have returned to Maine to live.

The show is funny and family-friendly. It will take place Friday, September 21, at 8 pm. Tickets are $25 for all seats at the door or visit brattleborotix.com For more information go to bmarley.com.

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