Carole Montgomery

The ivory girl with an attitude Carole Montgomery has been making people laugh as a standup comedian since 1981. Her ivory girl looks and off color humor may make people squirm but she pulls it off with a sly wink. With over 30 years experience performing in comedy clubs, television and production shows, Carole is a respected veteran of the comedy scene nationwide. Prior to starring in 2 different Las Vegas revues, Carole headlined comedy clubs and colleges all over the country. In 2006 she moved back to New York City where she performed her one woman show CONFESSIONS OF A PT&A; MOM at Gotham Comedy Club and the 45th St. Theatre. Carole is a regular performer at most New York comedy clubs. Carole has performed at the prestigious Montreal Just for Laughs festival, and recorded a CD called EXTREME COMEDY THE WOMEN. She is also the co-producer of the NY UNDERGROUND COMEDY FESTIVAL. In the past year she has entertained our US military with the NY Underground Comedy Allstars tour all over the world, in association with ARMED FORCES ENTERTAINMENT. To the troops she is known as NATIONAL MOM.

Besides being a comedian and writer, Carole is a wife and mother. She’s been married for 27 years and has a 19 year old son, Layne. She was Vice-President of her son’s school PTA and helped coach his Little League team for 7 years. She is now dealing with an almost adult son going to college, her Peter Pan husband and living with her mother-in-law. The jokes write themselves. Though her onstage persona and offstage homelife would seem to be on opposite sides of the spectrum, she juggles both with ease. Please also visit:

Brian McKim

BRIAN MCKIM is a writer and professional standup comic who has performed in all 50 states! He was was a semifinalist on season 7 of the NBC reality show “Last Comic Standing.” He has appeared on numerous network, syndicated and cable TV shows including “Evening at the Improv,” “Into the Night,” “Star Search” and on “The Bob & Tom Show.” On April 1, 1999, Brian and his wife, fellow comic TRACI SKENE created, the WWW’s most widely-read website about standup comedy.

Bag Lady Sue

Suzanne, Or “Bags” as she is called by those who know her, is a fearless, fun loving spirit, and an avid troop supporter and motorcyclist, who does many charity events for both throughout the year. She sends care packages with her DVDs, T-Shirts, photos and letters to our troops when requested by a friend or family member, believing that one of God’s greatest gifts to us, is the gift of laughter. “Sex however…runs a very, very close second!”

Born in Pittsburgh, PA. July 4th to a single mom, she has known hard and soft times, Sue began at age 15 as a burlesque dancer traveling all over the east coast playing in some rough places, “I have always had angels with me and rarely felt afraid. People in general are truly good souls, I made it through with only a couple scrapes along the crazy way.” She also says, “Life is what YOU make of it, and you can’t blame anyone else for your not making something of it! The past is gone! Keep the beautiful memories and let the rest of it go!”

She has shared the stage with many celebrities, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Brett Michaels, and Kid Rock, to Hank Williams Jr., Travis Tritt, Dr. Hook, Bad Company, David Allen Coe, Charlie Daniels, Kenny Wayne Sheppard, and her friend Trent Tomlinson, even opening for the great Sam Kinison in 1991, to name a few. “I like playing big concerts and small clubs both, it is a totally different vibe but the people still feel just as awesome!”

Suzanne has been interviewed/featured in many national and international magazines including numerous articles and pictures in Easyriders “Biker”, American Iron, Full Throttle, Vibes in Tokyo, Japan, and a 3 page layout in Hustler magazine Holiday 2007 to mention just a few. She is a regular on the Biker Low Down internet radio Show, and will be starting her own web radio show in Spring of 2011. Sue also played the character Sandy Kleinbacher in the horror film, “Blood Sucking Pharohs in Pittsburgh!” filmed in 1992 and has performed in live theater numerous times as well.