as seen on america's got talent and on american ninja warrior!

Saturday September 1st at 9pm


A member of the entertainment industry for over 10 years, Tyson Faifer is an award winning stand-up comic who began his comedy career in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, and now lives in Van Nuys California. Tyson discovered his love for comedy during college and is now taking his act on the road across the United States, sharing his unique point of view on the people, places, and things that enter his world.

Tyson’s witty and high energy act has been proven to leave audiences wanting more. He combines his love for fitness and the 90’s in his unique style that is loved by all audiences, young and old. This Texas native has performed at several prestigious comedy festivals across the state. He is the original winner of the East Texas Comedy Festival and can be most recently seen on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, The Steve Harvey Show, We TV’s Million Dollar Matchmaker and Ford’s viral “Mustang Speed Dating” Commercial. Tyson recently recorded his first stand up comedy special in Las Vegas for Ride TV.


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Doug Canney 

as seen on NBC, FOX and More

Saturday September 15th at 9pm


 Former 80’s touring musician and current nationally touring comedian, Doug Canney has been entertaining people with his music and comedy since his early teens. Doug’s first stand-up performances were impromptu, off the cuff sets when all hell would break loose during a band show. “The first time I did 15 minutes of stand-up was when our drummer had an asthma attack at the end of the song ‘Hot For Teacher’. I knew right then, I loved stand-up and we probably needed a new drummer”. Living in his car for most of the year, doing over 300 shows and setting his personal record of 9500 miles in 21 days, he’s the epitome of the old school “road-dog” comedian. He’s been called the “human energy drink” and his sometimes spastic performances reflect this well-deserved moniker.