The Best Things in Life are FREE! – January 2018

We’d love for you to join us this month for some great and live lounge entertainment! We will be having comedians and live band performances at Club Four One. Check out our dates below…

Live bands perform  at 8:30 PM EST
Comedians perform at 7:00 PM EST



January 4 – 6: Passion

Passion offers big fun, high impact, high energy, quality musical entertainment that keeps the crowds rockin’ and the hits rollin’!  Add charisma, exceptional vocals, world class musicianship, crowd pleasing interactivity, and satisfy your insatiable appetite for fun! They perform an extremely wide variety of music from today’s hottest tunes to memorable song classics in most popular musical genres including Rock, Pop, Country, Dance, Latin, R&B, Funk, Disco, Motown, Classic 70’s, 50’s-60’s Golden Oldies, 30’s-40’s Swing, Elvis, Hip-Hop, and Jazz!


January 7: Comedian Lee “LA” Lycan
– As seen on FOX, with Tracey Schroeder

At 6’5” tall, he has been dubbed “The Sears Tower of Comedy”.  He is guaranteed to liven up any party or event without wearing your lampshade on his head.  His act is creative, well-written, improvisational & always gets the audience involved.  LA has toured with Louie Anderson, Billy Gardell & Frank Caliendo.
https://youtu.be/8lP9APjVLJ4


January 12 – 13: OZ the Band

This project started out as a few guys jamming in the basement for fun with no real plan of getting serious but as new people joined the sessions, word got out and venues started asking for dates. We stuck to classics and music we’ve all loved thru the years so hopefully everyone will enjoy hearing what we all love to play.


January 14: Comedian Glen Gerard
– As seen on AMC, with Nola J

Inspired by the classic Tony Curtis movie "Houdini" at age ten, Glen Gerard knew he would someday entertain audiences nationwide with his unique brand of humor and magic. Integrating comedy, sleight of hand, and outrageous audience participation, Glen is a comic-magician who is truly funny. Glen has appeared on AMC’s “Freak Show”.


January 18-20: Thunder Country

One of the finest bands north west of Green Bay, Wisconsin. A wide variety of vocals will have you jamming all night!


January 21: Comedian Tiffany Norton
– As seen on FOX & NBC, with James Wells

Tiffany Norton is one of the talented new faces to come out of the Minneapolis comedy scene. Tiffany left the Corporate world in 2007 when she was forced to "reinvent" herself when her career in real estate & mortgage banking collapsed along with the housing market. That year she decided that she literally had nothing to lose and began making the rounds at local open mic nights. That same year Tiffany began an internship at a local radio station. She eventually worked her way up to become the producer and alternate street reporter/writer for the morning show. In early 2009, Tiffany’s work as a comic and producer was noticed by local anchorman, Eric Perkins, and she became a pop-culture contributor on the NBC affiliate, KARE 11 Saturday Morning Show. In 2012, Tiffany Norton was named by her peers as “One of the Best Comedians in Minneapolis”. In 2013 she joined the KS95 Morning Show in Minneapolis and
is the current assistant on-air producer, traffic reporter and resident comedian. Tiffany takes normally dark subject matter and injects it with silliness and irreverence. Focusing on the stresses and pressures of being a modern woman in a world filled with unachievable standards and judgmental family members. However, this isn’t a “woman’s only” show, her material covers a wide array of subjects from the serious to the Snooki.


January 26 – 27: Iron Daisy

New band from Negaunee, MI. Mixing it up with rock, pop, and country music


January 28: Comedian Billy Ray Bauer
– As heard on the Bob & Tom Show and Sirius XM radio with Jon

Billy Ray has been performing stand-up comedy across America for the last 25 years. From headlining at great comedy clubs to performing for large corporations, he’s established himself as a tried and true funny guy.  From skewed descriptions of growing up in Detroit in the sixties, to the gory details of raising four boys in the new millennium, Billy Ray will leave you laughing and exhausted from his ordeal.

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