Kristin Key Feat. Bryan Schneider w/ Juan Rico
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Stand Up Comedy, Alternative, Hot Ticket
18 & over
Kristin Key started her comedy career at the tender age of 19 in the small west Texas town of Amarillo. As soon as her feet hit the stage, she took off running and never looked back. Small shows in the Texas panhandle turned into 35 states worth of comedy over the next 5 years as she climbed the comedy ladder one rung at a time. Audiences couldn't help but love the rapid-fire style of comedy coming from the "Preacher's Kid", and though female comics struggled to find work she was booked not for being a woman, but for simply being funny. In 2005 Last Comic Standing held their auditions in Austin Texas. Like every other Texas comic she stood in line hoping for a chance to be seen and to advance, and, after 7 hours of waiting, she got her chance. She also got the "red envelope" and thus, got her ticket to Hollywood. Of her audition Kristin said, "...my Goal was to get one joke on TV, just one joke!" She got more than just one joke, advancing to the semi-finals and beyond becoming the youngest person ever to make it into the house. Her years as a road comic paid off, and as the episodes aired, her fan base exploded. After being seen by millions of comedy fans on NBC's Last Comic Standing, she has continued to utilize opportunities in radio, television, and live performance. Kristin is a favorite on the nationally broadcast Bob and Tom show and has been heard on Sirius and XM Radio for her own specials as well as radio shows including National Lampoon Comedy and The Comedy Channel. She now has two full-length comedy Cads "The Preachers Kid Gone' Wild" and "Buckle Up"- Uproar Records and is still going strong. Now living in Long Beach, California, Kristin plays Los Angeles comedy clubs often, tours Colleges and Comedy clubs across the country and has taken up surfing in her down time. Much has changed moving from small town in the Texas panhandle to Los Angeles California, but the one thing that hasn't changed is that rapid fire comedy that has kept audiences rolling in the aisles from the beginning, and keeps getting better.