Gary Marino of the World Gone Crazy Comedy Band hosts top Boston area comedians!
This week Gary welcomes award-winning Boston comedian Dan Crohn (Season 9 of Last Comic Standing)
Comedy sponsored by Perham Janitorial. You pay NOTHING!
Stop into 9 Wallis Street, downtown Beverly this Friday anytime between Noon & 2pm for the world's best pastrami (see menu). Free Comedy at 12:30. Bring your friends & co-workers and start your weekend early! Forget about the calories, 'cause you'll laugh your ass off!
Dan Crohn has been performing stand up comedy in and around Boston for years. His jokes can be heard on XM Radio and he has been a guest on the popular podcast WTF with Marc Maron.
A semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival and the Laughing Skull Festival, Dan's stories of family and friends have entertained audiences from all over the country. Dan was named one of the top 100 comics for Season 9 of Last Comic Standing.
His former day job of teaching 4th graders has provided him with endless amount of material. He has wanted to be a comedian since the age of eight when he stumbled upon his Father's Henny Youngman records.
Boston's Gary Marino is a comedian, musician, published author, film-maker and live show producer. He has performed at Laugh Boston, Showcase Live at Gillette Stadium, Newport Grand Casino, Chatham Bars Inn and resorts such as The Cape Codder, Seacrest, Burke Mountain, Wachusett and Gunstock among many other venues. Marino recently opened for Las Vegas Comedian Vinnie Favorito and acclaimed humorist Loretta LaRoche . He shared the stage with Lenny Clarke at the 5th Annual The Cape Cod Comedy Festival as well as delivered over 200 humorous presentations for Blue Cross Blue Shield between 2014 and 2010. When not hosting shows, charity events and cooking competitions, Marino can be found performing with his comedy band "World Gone Crazy: The Comedic Rock & Roll Circus" which has been touring New England since 2011. The group performs song parodies, impressions, fake commercials and audience interactive comedy routines. With World Gone Crazy Marino gets to explore everything he loves: playing drums, singing leads and background vocals, performing stand up and writing sketches for an ensemble cast of funny musicians. In the summer of 2016 Marino and World Gone Crazy had a weekly residency aboard the Music City Queen in Boston Harbor.
In the past Marino appeared regularly on ABC's "Live With Regis & Kelly", Fox News over 300 radio stations nationwide and in print media such as USA Today and People Magazine. He served as media spokesman for Sheraton Hotels and Blue Cross Blue Shield as well.
Marino got his start in the late 1980s as a producer, writer and on-air side kick on KISS 108FM and has guest hosted on morning shows on WROR-FM and WTKK-FM among others. In the summer of 2017 Gary made multiple appearances guest hosting "The Morning Show with Dana & Mugs" on North Shore 104.9FM.
Marino's 2008 documentary "Million Calorie March: The Movie" won the prestigious International Freddie Health Award (essentially medical Oscar) where he received congratulations live via satellite from U2's Bono. The film received a broadcast offer from The TLC Network and is distributed by AMAZON and in schools and libraries across the US and Canada. Gary's book "Big & Tall Chronicles" was published by Barnes & Noble's I-Universe Publishing and received an in-store roll out in B&N bookstores from Hawaii to Boston in 2005.
Marino's company, Harmon-Marino Live, produces live shows and customized theme events for resorts, casinos, fundraisers and special events across New England.
Beantown Pastrami Company is based on the simple premise that a World-Class city like Boston needs a world-class pastrami sandwich - either as good as or better than New York City. We are talking pastrami as it should be - brined, rubbed, smoked and steamed to tender and juicy perfection - and served on fresh baked light rye with perfectly made mustards. As cited in the Boston Globe ("Beantown Pastrami Co. sandwiches give New York a run for its money.")
Now you can get this world-class pastrami in Beverly - ONLY at 9 Wallis!
Beantown Pastrami goes through "a three-hour steaming process that creates meat so tender it has to be hand-carved. Putting it through a conventional deli slicer would result in a pile of pastrami shreds," explains owner, Joe Langhan, a founder of the Food Network.
Since opening several innovations have emerged such as the "PLT" - pastrami, lettuce and tomato (with Dijon mayonnaise), the Pilgrim (fresh roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberry compote & mayo) and the "Strami Dog" - an all beef, all natural hot dog (no added nitrates) steamed in pastrami juice, topped with pastrami that comes in several different versions. These include the Rachel Dog (with baby Swiss cheese, fresh made coleslaw, and Russian dressing); the Reuben Dog (with baby Swiss cheese, fresh made sauerkraut, and Russian dressing); or the Spicy Dog (with Jalepeno mustard).SEE MENU
About 25 miles north of Boston, 9 Wallis is a gorgeous, fully restored, historic location conveniently situated in the heart of Downtown Beverly's Arts District at 9 Wallis Street, right next to the Larcom Theatre -- less than half a mile from the Beverly Depot rail station and 3 miles from Route 128, with plenty of free parking (see map).
After presenting over a hundred award-winning concerts at Beverly's Larcom Theatre since 2013, we transformed 9 Wallis into Beverly's most intimate, elegant listening room with comfortable seating at tables, plus food & beverage service featuring fine wines, local craft beers, specialty cocktails and top-shelf spirits.
This beautifully restored, tremendously flexible space is also available for private parties and corporate events. We can book world-class entertainment, including national touring artists, for your event. Our stage, with state-of-the-art sound and lighting plus Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) 4K Video, can accommodate any performance or presentation. Click here if you'd like someone to contact you about booking a party or corporate event.
Plenty of new shows will be announced soon. Click here to join our mailing list to get special deals and prime seats before tickets go on sale to the general public.
There is plenty of FREE parking (see map) at SEVEN municipal lots from 150 feet away to 3 blocks away. You do not have to feed the meters after 5pm or on Sundays.