Monday, April 6, 2009
Comedy for a Cure
It was a real pleasure to be invited to perform at the annual Comedy for a Cure benefit. This is an amazing cause (Tuberous Sclerosis) and we were thrilled to play for such a giving group of people.
Here's the rundown:
Our "Limo" arrived at 5pm and we walked the red carpet. We posed for a few paparazzi shots and were hustled into the party for cocktail hour. They were having a silent auction so a few of us put in bids on some things. (No one won anything)
We were escorted in to our table where our emcee for the evening, Shaun Robinson (From Access Hollywood) welcomed everyone.
We ate, drank, and had a merry time while watching a couple of comedians... First was Pat Hazell (Writer on Seinfeld) and next was Jeffrey Ross (The Roastmaster General... the meanest man in comedy).
Then Truth and Salvage Co. took the stage after a grand introduction by Teri Hatcher. We rocked the folks hard... had the whole place dancing up a storm.
A bunch of money was raised for the great cause and a good time was had by all.