Southerner Magazine wrote, Vic Clevenger is “the next big time Southern comic.”
As a Nationally Touring Comedian, audiences often compare Vic to various superstar comedians as Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall. Recently an audience member said, “If Larry the Cable Guy and Ron White had a kid it would be Vic Clevenger.” Vic shows everyday life is funny with his humorous observations and southern comedic style. Delving into such topics as marriage, having two daughters, which he says are going to put him in an early grave and growing up in Kentucky, he lets his audiences know there is nothing in life is off limits and everything is funny.
During those growin' up years, the comedic foundation was laid for him as he began entertaining audiences at school, home and church, which would often garner him laughter, applause and the occasional spanking. Spending much of his adult life as a professional speaker, speech coach and adjunct college professor, Vic has had audiences across the country on the edge of their seat laughing and requesting him back time after time.
Audiences laugh out loud as they are captivated with his laid back southern style and as one audience member put it, “I was wondering what he was going to say next." Audiences quickly turn into fans as they enjoy his country boy charm and quick wit returning night after night, bringing their friends and family with them.
Vic has shared the stage with country music stars, Collin Raye, Colt Ford and Cledus T. Judd, as well as such comedic notables as Louie Anderson, Rich Vos, Michael Winslow, John Reep, and Reno Collier. He has performed in such venues as the Paramount Theater, Clayton Opera House, Mardi Gras Casino, IMPROV, Bonkerz, Funny Bone and various other venues throughout the country.
Vic is co-host of the Grits & Gravy show and has been featured on Xfinity, Comcast’s Direct TV Who’s Laughing Now?, a guest on various radio programs including “Batten Outdoors Radio presented by Larry the Cable Guy”, ESPN Radio, and HawgWild Radio. Vic also has his own blog “Red Boots and a Smile.”