Fri Feb 7 2014

9:30 PM (Doors 9:00 PM)

Empty Bottle

1035 N. Western Ave. Chicago, IL 60622

$10 (advance), $12

Ages 21+

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LESLIE HALL first became an internet sensation when she uploaded pictures of her gem sweater collection online. After quickly attracting over 2 million hits, she was left with an $800 bill for exceeding bandwidth. In order to pay back her mother, LESLIE did what any 200 lb plus Iowan girl would do, she became a lady rapper. Since then, HALL has toured relentlessly with LESLIE AND THE LY'S self-released 5 full-length albums, and produced such viral video hits as "Gold Pants," "Zombie Killer," "How We Go Out," "Blame the Booty," and "Tight Pants/Body Rolls." The band's ever-evolving live show features elaborate props, flashy costumes, and Las Vegas style production at Midwest prices. You will squeal with delight when LESLIE tumbles and triumphs across the stage. DEAN AND THE DELILAHs will charm you with their unique brand of prairie-folk ballads and leave you longing for simpler times. Best known for their controversial wiggle straw gag, BOONE COUNTY COMEDY TROUPE have been making laughers laugh ever since they filled that "comedians needed" want ad in the Pennysaver.

(Chicagoist) (Windy City Times)

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Leslie and the LYs / Dean and the Delilahs / Boone County Comedy Troupe

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    Leslie Hall first became an internet sensation when she uploaded pictures of her gem sweater collection online. After quickly attracting over 2 million hits, she was left with an $800 bill for exceeding bandwidth. In order to pay back her mother, Leslie did what any 200 lb plus Iowan girl would do, she became a lady rapper. Since then, Hall has toured relentlessly with Leslie and the LY's, self-released 5 full-length albums, and produced such viral video hits as Gold Pants, Zombie Killer, How We Go Out, Blame the Booty, and Tight Pants/Body Rolls. The band's ever-evolving live show features elaborate props, flashy costumes, and Las Vegas style production at Midwest prices. You will squeal with delight when Leslie tumbles and triumphs across the stage.

  • Dean and the Delilahs

    Dean and the Delilahs

    Comedy

    DEAN:Guitar and love making are Dean's strengths. He walks open area's in search of rocks to add to his ever growing pile

    DELILAH: Plays the bass and sorting her peoms between romance and the legend of bagger vance themes.

    DELILAH:Has a huge garden

  • Boone County Comedy Troupe

    Boone County Comedy Troupe

    Comedy

Empty Bottle, Inc.

Leslie and the LYs / Dean and the Delilahs / Boone County Comedy Troupe

Fri Feb 7 2014 9:30 PM

(Doors 9:00 PM)

Empty Bottle Chicago IL
Leslie and the LYs, Dean and the Delilahs, Boone County Comedy Troupe
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$10 (advance), $12 Ages 21+

LESLIE HALL first became an internet sensation when she uploaded pictures of her gem sweater collection online. After quickly attracting over 2 million hits, she was left with an $800 bill for exceeding bandwidth. In order to pay back her mother, LESLIE did what any 200 lb plus Iowan girl would do, she became a lady rapper. Since then, HALL has toured relentlessly with LESLIE AND THE LY'S self-released 5 full-length albums, and produced such viral video hits as "Gold Pants," "Zombie Killer," "How We Go Out," "Blame the Booty," and "Tight Pants/Body Rolls." The band's ever-evolving live show features elaborate props, flashy costumes, and Las Vegas style production at Midwest prices. You will squeal with delight when LESLIE tumbles and triumphs across the stage. DEAN AND THE DELILAHs will charm you with their unique brand of prairie-folk ballads and leave you longing for simpler times. Best known for their controversial wiggle straw gag, BOONE COUNTY COMEDY TROUPE have been making laughers laugh ever since they filled that "comedians needed" want ad in the Pennysaver.

(Chicagoist) (Windy City Times)