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Laughs at Taft's w/ Al Jackson

Bombs Away! Comedy has provided fresh, high-caliber stand-up comedy in bars and breweries all over Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. We are proud to have partnered with Taft's Brewing Company to bring the top national touring comedians and an incredible selection of local talent, to their brewery. Along with ticket purchase, each audience member will receive $2 off of each beer they drink all night. This month we are very honored to host, the incomparable, Al Jackson.

Featuring - Ian Squintz, Chris Weir and Wayne Memmott
Hosted by - Butch Wesley

* Doors open at 7 PM, the show starts at 8 PM
* Entrance to the room is behind the ticket table at the for end of the bar
* When Ordering Food : Let the bartender know you are at the comedy show. There are very limited tables in the show room.
* No Glass in the show room, please tell bartenders you're going to the show to receive your discount and a plastic cup
* Cash only at the door, Tickets available early at Eventbrite.com for a discount

About Al Jackson
2019 has already been a great year for American television host, comedian, and actor Al Jackson. He cohosts the nationally broadcast talk show Daily Blast Live, which was just renewed for a third season, as well as the weekly podcast “Al & Frank Try To Be Serious” with Frank Caliendo, found on all streaming platforms. Al regularly serves as a contributor with weekly segments on the Bob & Tom Radio Show, which boasts 140+ affiliates nationally.

Recently, Al brushed up on his acting chops appearing on HBO’s 2Dope Queens performing stand up as well as shooting four episodes of the Jim Jeffries show Legit on FX. Last year, he shot the 100th episode of his BBC Guinness Book of World Records show Officially Amazing.

Al’s hour long comedy special “Baby Steps” was picked up by the global distributor Comedy Dynamics and his half hour comedy special is on Comedy Central. He has appeared on several Comedy Central shows, including This is Not Happening, The Meltdown, and @midnight. He was also featured on John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Special and Dave Attell’s Comedy Underground.