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176 Northwest 24th Street

Miami, FL 33127

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Gramps presents Electric Laugh Gas a late-night comedy show with live music. Come through and watch some of the freshest, most talented homegrown artists in Miami. An Eclectic line-up of performers that have been featured in Amy Schumer's "I Feel Pretty," Afropunk, Hart of the City and New York Comedy Festival. Join us for one night of hilarity and soulful vibes. Door open at 8:30pm, Show starts 9pm.
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Hennessy Williams
(The New N*Word)
Hennessy has become one of the fastest growing names in standup today. Considered one of the most naturally talented comedians to emerge out of Florida in the last decade, Hennessy is showing no signs of slowing down. Williams’ utilizes a unique blend of edge, wit, and devilish charm to bring uproarious laughter to countless audiences across the country. Already had a packed show Having already worked alongside some of the biggest names in comedy today including Showtimes' TK Kirkland, Chappelle Shows' Donnell Rawlings, and the cast of MTV’s Wildin’Out. At this point he’s solidified himself as a prominent comedian of the 21st century. A thought-provoking entertainer whose star is sure to shine bright for decades to come!

The UnCanny Reservoir
UnCanny Reservoir is an Electric Fusion ensemble spearheaded by The M.A.D.MaN and Wiseguy Jeff. Whether it's a duets or a 7-piece band, they bring a signature sound you can't find anywhere else. They are a staple in Miami and have played in venues like The Vagabond, The Stage, Sidebar, Electric Pickle, etc. Their newest album is called Culture and it came out this year.

Starve Marve the Sound Feeder
(Afropunk)
Born in South Florida by Nigerian immigrants, Starve Marve is an exemplar of the 1st generation American. Consistently torn between American and Afro culture, Starve finds his only balance in the sounds he creates. Greatly encouraged by the individuality of Outkast, Marve traverses cross-genre territory influenced by the road trips with his DJ father's collection of Bob Marley & Fela Kuti, the Boom Bap 90's he grew up within, and the 8O8's that have taken over. He was also featured on the
Afropunk.com for his edgy hit single “King Negus”.
Check out his new hit single King Negus!

Khalil Phillips
(Ultimate Miami Finalist)
Khalil Rashad is a bitter little migdet from South Florida. If you think it, he'll say it. He might be obnoxious but you can't help but laugh at how confident he is in his ignorance.

Plus Pierre
(Hart of the City)
Plus uses laughter as a relief from the harsh realities of being raised by a single Haitian mother while growing up in South Florida. His relatable approach, unparalleled delivery and genuine desire to make people laugh and feel good keeps Plus in high demand. In 2008, Plus gained universal recognition for his Rick Ross parodies, which landed 100,000 views within its first week and garnered over 4 million hits to date. In 2009, Plus extended his art form across a variety of entertainment including sketch comedy, event hosting, stand-up comedy and acting. He has performed live for over 50,000 people since the birth of his career and made his television debut in 2016 on Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City as one of the shining stars in the Miami comedy scene. The sky’s the limit for this South Florida native in multiple platforms.

Paul Julmeus
(New York Comedy Festival)
Paul Julmeus is a young rising comic coming out of Miami’s burgeoning comedy scene and currently lives in New York. His unique confessional story-telling style of comedy and off-beat timing will have you crawling in laughter while slowly trying to escape the grasp of his awkwardness. With his conversational delivery, he lets everyone in on his weird secrets and views on the world. His topics arrange from race, life, death and failed romances. He also plays himself as one of the main characters for a web series called Miami Mic Boys. He was in the Off-Broadway hit “Hidden Fences” that appeared in New York City Comedy Festival and he has opened for Eric Andre at Gramps!

Kyle Grooms
(Amy Schumer's "I Feel Pretty")
With a long list of notable accomplishments as an actor, writer and comic, Kyle ’s proven to be one of the industry’s must-see comics on the scene. He has a uniqueness all of his own. Grooms delivers an honest and intelligent view of the world, while giving an intimate look into his life experiences growing up in the American melting pot. Throughout his career, he has appeared in his own hysterical half-hour stand-up special on Comedy Central, while also making multiple appearances on VH1, NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” and famed “Chappelle’s Show.” Among his many accomplishments, his first comedy CD, “The Legend of the Jersey Devil,” was named one of iTunes’ Top 100 Comedy CD’s of 2009.

A regular on the New York comedy scene, Grooms has performed at several top clubs, including Caroline’s, Comic Strip, Comedy Cellar and Gotham. He has been featured on several television, radio and internet broadcasts, such as P-Diddy’s “Bad Boys of Comedy,” Jamie Foxx’s “Laffapalooza,” “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn,” “The Byron Allen Show,” “BET Comic View,” and “Red Carpet Fashion.” Having even brought his act overseas, he performed at the “ Grande Journal” in France and has made several appearances in national TV ad campaigns for companies including T-Mobile, Sears, Career Builders and Holiday Inn Express. Grooms continues to grow as a stand-up comedian, writer and actor, and can currently be seen performing worldwide

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