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I do three different types of shows (at least three types, really, but I'll keep this basic...) There's some overlapping material between the three types, but essentially they are three very different shows. You might want to know what you're getting into when you go to a Mikey show, right? So...

What are they?

1) Comedy Club/Nightclub Show
This is the show I do at comedy clubs and nightclubs nationwide (and internationally.) The material ranges from PG-13 to R, and is an insane blend of stand-up comedy and music that intertwines and creates a cohesive show with a solid through line and transitions. It's the act that's allowed me to perform on all 4 coasts, record multiple cds, appear multiple times on NBC and at the legendary House of Blues (in Dallas, TX and Myrtle Beach, SC) and at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas.
You can find examples of it by clicking here.
If there's no note in parentheses next to the date on my schedule, this is the show I'll be doing.

2) Convention/"Geek" Show
I do this show at conventions, gaming stores, house parties, etc... It's all material focused on my hobbies and passions: sci-fi, fantasy, comic books, role-playing games, video games, cartoons, whatever. It's generally rated PG to PG-13. This is the material that got me featured on Nerdist.com, SyFy's Blastr.com, Time Magazine's Techland, MTV's Geek News, The Funny Music Project, and even DrDemento.com!
You can find examples of it by clicking here.
If it says (Geek Show) next to the date on my schedule, this is the show you'll be getting.

3) Music Show
There are occasions when I'll book myself a gig at a venue (usually a bar) and just play music, any music. I do quirky versions of other people's songs, originals--both funny and "serious"--whatever I feel like. I've been know to do modern pop songs in the style of Bruce Springsteen for a kick. Cover the Gourds' bluegrass version of Gin and Juice. Whatever I feel like. I'm afraid (or maybe even a little relieved) that there is no true example of this available online, so I'll just link you to this video of me and a friend doing drunken karaoke years ago. Not really representative, but entertaining and worth a laugh...
If it says (Music Gig) next to the date on my schedule, this is the show you'll be getting.

Hope that makes things clearer for everyone, and I truly hope to see you at a show somewhere soon!