June 29-30 – Tim Northern

June 29-30 – Tim Northern
Tim Northern is 6’3″, 200 pounds of manly man with what is often described as an obscure sense of humor. He is articulate, smart and deceptively witty, but most importantly he’s funny. The combination of his gruff exterior and his easy on the ears style could be catastrophic, but this mixture works well. His opening line ‘I love y’all’ leaves audiences wondering what’s next. They soon realize he’s sincere. Tim is a regular performer on the national comedy club circuit. He performed as the opening act for Rodney Carrington in Honky Tonks all over the country from February 1999 through July 2000. Tim performed at the Chicago Comedy Festival 2002 as part of the Fresh Mugs Showcase, and showcased for the 2003 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. In the spring of 2003 Tim was chosen to appear on CBS’s Star Search where he advanced to the Finals. More

July 6-7 – Dave “The King” Wilson

July 6-7 – Dave “The King” Wilson
Dave “The King” Wilson is an American radio personality based in Indianapolis. He hosted the afternoon Dave Wilson Show on 93.1 WIBC, (formerly 1070 AM-WIBC), an Emmis Communications station, in Indianapolis until let go in March 2009. Wilson is also a member of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network. Wilson earned the nickname “The King” from his work on The Bob & Tom Show, in which his character was “The King”, modeled after Elvis Presley. He was once the traveling partner with rising comic Jay Leno. Leno called Wilson “The Viking Comic” referring to his large physical size and beard. Wilson owned One Liner’s Comedy Club in Greenwood, Indiana, a popular Indianapolis comedy club and restaurant. The club was also known for an airplane sticking out of its roof. It was closed in 2008. More