Friday, September 07, 2007

Lineup for Yuletide Yuckfest 2007 Announced!

The Lineup for Yuletide Yuckfest 2007, a Comedy Benefit, to be held on December 2nd at Rooster T. Feathers to Raise Funds for local Toys for Tots was announced this morning.

On Sunday, December 2nd from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Rooster T. Feathers in Sunnyvale is hosting “Yuletide Yuckfest 2007,” a comedy show benefiting Toys for Tots and celebrating its tenth straight year.

Comics Mickey Joseph (top photo); Brain Malow, Larry “Bubbles” Brown (bottom photo); Drennon Davis, Sandy Stec, David Van Avermaete, Beth Schulmann, Jeff Applebaum and Your Host Hymie Laredo and many special guests will converge on the stage at Rooster T’s to make people laugh for a worthy cause. Also featured will be music by the band “Chubby’s All-Stars,” with special guest Viv Savage (middle photo, standing second from left); former keyboard player for the famous band, “Spinal Tap.” Admission is $10.00 and an unwrapped toy, or $15.00 without one. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Hymie Laredo, whose real name is Ed Attanasio, will host the big event. He sees the show as a chance for comedians to give back to the community, by providing new toys for those less fortunate.

“There is just something about giving kids toys that makes me happy,” Attanasio/Laredo said.
“My niece needs a storage locker just to keep all the toys I’ve given her over the years. It’s the little kid in me. It probably makes me feel better than it does the children. I guess Santa Claus must be somewhere down the line on my family tree.”

The comedians featured have been on Comedy Central, VH1, David Letterman, the Comedy Channel, Nickelodeon, the Tonight Show, and more.

Rooster T. Feathers is located at 157 West El Camino Real in Sunnyvale, next to Goodyear Tires. Ample free parking is available. Rooster T. Feathers’ phone number is (408) 736-0921.


Danny da Greek said...

What an awesome lineup, Ed! Count me in!

Anonymous said...

Wow! I was excited until I saw Danny the Greek was going.

Anonymous said...

Wow! I was excited until I saw Danny the Greek was going.