Matt Davis is a firm believer that nothing is sacred… nothing is safe.
For over a decade the 28 year old comedian has been mocking conventional thinking and the status quo through his faced paced and often irreverent performances. Believing nothing is “off-limits” his material ranges from the taboo and unspoken to the simple facets and truths of everyday life all spun together by an off track train of thought at full steam ahead.
After first taking the stage at 17 Matt honed his writing and performance skills as the house emcee at The Comedy Club Stardome, a 450 seat plus venue averaging eight shows a week, where he was fortunate to work with such comedy great as Dave Attell, Dave Chappell, Kevin Pollack, and countless others. He has since performed in 2000 seat theaters working with artists such as Dwight Yoakam; and has gone on to log his own headlining dates at some of the best comedy clubs and venues in the country (The Funny Bone in Pittsburgh, The Punchline in Atlanta, The Stardome in Birmingham, AL to name only a few). He’s worked from Seattle to the Bahamas and everywhere in between. Including a two month stint as the requested feature performer on the “Mo Show” in Las Vegas where the Las Vegas magazine called his erratic on stage behavior like watching a “tightly wound spring.”
In 2005 Jagermeister sponsored Matt Davis for a four-month tour at the end of 2005 through the beginning of 2006. Around the same time, as a member of the writing team 5 Guys in a Garage, Davis was instrumental in the digital licensing of Jabtv.comï¿½s catalog of animation and live action shorts. As he continues to both promote existing projects and develop new ones with 5 Guys in a Garage, Matt is also collaborating on several projects with others as well as writing and producing his own short films.
Matt also hosts and produces the bi-annual “Sinner’s Banquet” shows, and was the opening act for (and is featured in the behind the scenes of) Dave Attell’s “Your Mouth’s Not Pregnant” DVD. In 2007 Sony’s Crackle.com awarded Matt an Editor’s Choice award for his stand up video touching on Valentines Day, Pirates, and Prince’s Half Time performance.
Often described as an "outburst comic", Nick Cobb's comedy is emotional and thoughtful with a physical rant always right around the corner. While a native Memphian, Nick attended Indiana University where he majored in Psychology. After graduating, he traveled Australia working odd jobs, like selling water filters door-to-door. Upon his return home, Nick started hitting the local comedy club because it was always his dream. In no time, Nick won a stand-up competition and moved to New York City. He headlines at clubs, colleges, benefits and corporate events all over the country. Nick recently returned from a college tour throughout the South and has been doing commentary for MTV videos. He has also been featured on AMC's "Date Night". When not performing, Nick dominates Sudoku.