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Join us for a night of clean comedy with Henry Cho!
Henry’s TV credits include appearances on NBC’s The Tonight Show, CBS’s The Late, Late, Show, and NBC’s Young Comedians Special. He served two years as host of NBC’s Friday Night Videos and had many guest roles on various network sitcoms. Henry was co-creator, co- producer and co-writer of “The Henry Cho Show” on GAC. Henry’s one hour Comedy Central Special, “What’s That Clickin Noise?” is currently running and available on Netflix. Henry can also be heard daily on Sirrus, XM, Blue Collar Radio and Pandora. He’s also a regular performer at the Grand Ole Opry. Some of Henry’s film credits include Universal’s McHale’s Navy with Tom Arnold and David Allen Greer; Say It Isn’t So with Heather Graham and Sally Field; and Material Girls with Hilary Duff and Angelica Houston produced by Madonna.
Henry was the keynote entertainer for the 59th Annual Radio & Television Correspondents’ Dinner in DC and has worked extensively with Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Willie Nelson, Carrie Underwood, Reba and many, others. Henry’s clean comedy is so versatile that he can headline Vegas and then tour with Michael W. Smith.
Henry filmed the Faith-based Indy film, “Saving Faith” released by Lions Gate, in which he co-starred and co-produced. Henry was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film by the International Christian Film Festival. More recently, Henry completed filming movie “The Farmer and the Belle- Saving Santaland." In 2019 he shot a TV pilot, "Double Occupancy" and also the film, "Cheyenne." Currently he's working on his own sitcom with Triple Horse Studios the guys behind "The Case for Christ".
Join Jimmy Fortune and his band for an evening of Statler Brothers hits at a socially distanced show! Very limited tickets for this performance due to socially distanced seating and safety protocols.
Jimmy Fortune toured, sang and performed with the legendary Statler Brothers for 21 years. He wrote the group's second No. 1 hit, "Elizabeth," on their 1983 album Today, and followed that with two more No. 1 hits--"My Only Love" (from 1984's Atlanta Blue) and "Too Much On My Heart" (from 1985's Pardners in Rhyme). Fortune also wrote the top-10 hit "Forever" from 1986's Four for the Show and co-wrote the top-10 hit "More Than a Name on a Wall" from 1988's The Greatest Hits.
Jimmy and The Statler Brothers were inducted into the GMA (Gospel Music Association) Hall of Fame on October 29, 2007, and inducted into the CMA (Country Music Association) Hall of Fame on June 29, 2008. Jimmy, as a solo artist, was inducted into the Virginia Musical Hall of Fame in 2018.
After The Statler Brothers retired on October 26, 2002, Jimmy seized the opportunity to launch a solo career and record new projects, including his Hits and Hymns DVD which debuted at No 1 in all genres.