George Carlin Tribute starring Joe Beddia Tonight

Joe Beddia as George Carlin

Just a reminder, that Tonight is the night to see a truly great show. For a decade, many of us had the good fortune to enjoy the point of view of George Carlin. An honored guest on late night talk shows, and in theaters across the country,
George Carlin was one of the most well known, and controversial Comedians ever.

Whether you read his best selling books, or saw him on Saturday Night Live, he was unforgettable.

Joe Beddia, a professional actor, musician, and stand up Comic, has recreated the legend, in a stage show that has been critically acclaimed, and will delight any Carlin fan. Not only does he have the appearance, but every move, his voice, every nuance, is Carlin. 5 years of studying the Comic genius has resulted in a show that will delight and amaze.

Call now and make your reservation for tonight”s show. Tickets are only $10.00, but will sell-out today.
show time is at 8:30 P.M.,

Reservations and information 727-741-8014.

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About Larry Greenbaum

A few decades back, I had earned an all expense paid trip to Italy, thanks to a lot of hard work, and sales ability. At the last minute, my wife at the time, decided not to go, and was not going to tell me, until we were ready to leave for the airport. a family member alerted me to this fact, and i pleaded with her , with no success. I decided to find an alternative travel partner, just a platonic friend, to take her place. With some help from a local radio host, the calls poured in. I explained my dilemma to my prospects, and ultimately chose a young lady to join me on the adventure. The entire trip was filled with bizarre events, and many hilarious moments, that would be hard to believe, if you saw it in a movie. At that time, i thought, of an idea. Have a TV show, that was based on REAL events, Reenact stories that were not the ideas of a staff of writers, but really happened. Maybe call it reality TV. Or, the reality TV network. Nah, nobody would ever watch that.