John Wesley Harding (musician) www.johnwesleyharding.com
Is a folk/pop singer-songwriter (né Wesley Stace) and who has called his style of music "folk noir" and "gangsta folk". Under his real name, he has recently written two bestselling novels. He will be at the Iron Horse to help celebrate the release of his latest neo-folk masterpiece, Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead.
Is a comedian, writer, and film maker, who is based in New York City. Mirman attended Hampshire College in Western Massachusetts. Mirman has appeared on several TV shows, including Late Night With Conan O'Brien, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Comedy Central Presents and Jump Cuts, VH1, Third Watch, Cartoon Network's Home Movies, Cheap Seats, HBO's Flight of the Conchords, Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil and more. He also played a spokes-potato on Food Network and other oddities on various programs.
an American novelist and short story writer best known for the 1994 novel The Ice Storm. Moody has received the Addison Metcalf Award, the Paris Review Aga Khan Prize, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. His articles has appeared in The New Yorker, Esquire, the Paris Review, Harper's, Details, the New York Times, and Grand Street. He also performs with his band, The Wingdale Community Singers.
“Even if you haven't heard of PT Walkley, you might have heard him whistling in a MasterCard commercial or singing "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" in a GE spot.
For a handful of years, the songwriter has earned such placements working at Frisbie, a creative advertising and branding music studio in New York. A day job as a composer has left Walkley ample opportunity to use the studio's facilities for his own music, which blends feel-good, upbeat pop with Brit rock.” (Billboard)
He began performing standup comedy in 1997 at the Comedy Studio in Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Soon after he teamed up with Brendon Small (co-creator, writer, star, and music writer for Cartoon Network's Home Movies & Metalocalypse). Together they performed sketches & Rock Operas until 2001.
Murphy has lent his voice to several Soup2Nuts cartoon shows including Word Girl,O'Grady and Home Movies. He has also appeared in a number of sketches on Late Night with Conan O'Brien . Murphy is currently voicing all the main characters on Assy McGee, (2006-2008) and has appeared in a number of videos produced by Jon Benjamin for the political humor website 23/6. He also plays a doorman in the Adult Swim live action show Delocated.
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