Thompson enters world of comedy
HomeNewsInterviewsCD ReleasesCD ReviewsConcertsArtistsArchive

Thompson enters world of comedy

Monday, December 2, 2019 – Keifer Thompson - one half of Thompson Square - officially enters the world of comedy as he announces 13 tour dates in early 2020.

The Reviver Entertainment artist rolled out new comedic material back in August at Nashville's Zanies Comedy Night Club before a sold-out crowd. Thompson hosted the night, called "Laughs and Lyrics," and presented his unique brand of song-oriented comedy including songs like "Ain't No Branches on My Family Tree" and "Die-M-C-A."

"My first comedy tour? What? This is crazy and so exciting. Performing stand-up comedy is something I've always dreamed of doing and here we are. So, grab your tickets, and yourself, and come. Let's laugh."

Since August 2018, Thompson has been cutting his teeth on the comedy circuit, securing a regular performance slot at Zanies Comedy Night Club and appearing at Stand Up Live in Huntsville, Ala., amd Comic Strip Live in New York City.

Dates are:
Jan. 8 Diamond Jo Casino Dubuque, IA
Jan. 9 Sondheim Center Fairfield, IA
Jan. 10-11 Penguins Comedy Club Cedar Rapids, IA
Jan. 20- 23 Howie Mandel's Comedy Club @ The Hard Rock Atlantic City, NJ
Jan. 30-Feb. 1 Funnybone Comedy Club Des Moines, IA
Feb. 20 Kansas Crossings Casino Pittsburg, KS
March 5 Del Lago Casino Waterloo, NY

More news for Thompson Square

CD reviews for Thompson Square

CD review - Masterpiece If there's a way in which Thompson Square can partner up, they will find it. The husband/wife and singer/songwriting team has added two more badges to their collaborations: parents (a baby son was born in 2016) and independent artists (the duo parted ways with Stoney Creek Records). TS's second record, 2012's "Just Feels Good," didn't exactly disappoint - it carried two Top 20 singles. Still, it was a bit of a retread and sold less than half of their debut. ...
CD review - Just Feels Good The ever-so-happily married Keifer and Shawna Thompson, equal halves of the duo Thompson Square, wasted no time taking the world by storm on their debut record. That disc went on to spawn 2011's most-played song on country radio, Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not. The curse of the sophomore jinx looms large, and many bands have fallen trying to hammer out a follow-up while navigating newfound stardom. Not, however, these two. Thompson Square has put together yet another bouncy set of country ...
CD review - Thompson Square Real-life couple duets carry an honorable tradition in country music. Who could forget the flirtatious sparring of Carter/Cash, the hard-times love of Jones/Wynette or swooning of Hill/McGraw? But rarely does a married couple enter into a musical partnership quite like Keifer and Shawna Thompson, aka Thompson Square. After two respective solo careers failed to catch fire, the Thompsons are now a full-time personal and professional team with a debut record. The lead single and hit, Are You ...

©Country Standard Time • Jeffrey B. Remz, editor & publisher •
AboutCopyrightNewsletterOur sister publication Standard Time
Subscribe to Country Music News Country News   Subscribe to Country Music CD Reviews CD Reviews   Follow us on  Twitter    Instagram    Facebook