The Best St. Louis Comedy Shows in March


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Greg Warren

Greg Warren
Showtimes vary. February 28 thru March 3. The Funny Bone.

Greg Warren is one of the comics that outgrew the comedy scene in St. Louis. He made his way onto Comedy Central Presents, Last Comic Standing and The Late Show, and while Bob & Tom was alive and well on the Midwestern airwaves he was a regular guest and toured frequently with their national All-Stars tour.

Greg dives into the characters that create his stories; his most notable being the story of "Flute Man Greg." High-school aged Warren was not only a wrestler but a clarinet player in band as well, and a certain member of his wrestling team liked to exploit his "flutey" talent to the amusement of anyone willing to listen.

When it all boils down, Warren is a well-rounded veteran comic who I've seen more times than I can count. He's a master of the trade whether he's on stage at the Funny Bone to work out new material on open mic night or working a 2,000+ crowd. You really ought to see it for yourself.

Location Info

The Dubliner

1025 Washington Ave., St. Louis, MO

Category: Music

Foam Coffee & Beer

3359 Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, MO

Category: Music

Lola - CLOSED

500 N. 14th St., St. Louis, MO

Category: Music

Funny Bone Comedy Club-Westport Plaza

614 Westport Plaza, Maryland Heights, MO

Category: Music

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cjmx1
cjmx1

great interview.  My opinion Powerslave trumps Number of the Beast. 

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