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"Get Your Ha-Ha's Out!"

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The Brand New Live CD! Featuring Standup and musical Favorites from Drew's previous CDs, plus three never before released songs!

Available at ITunes, Amazon, CDBaby, Spotify  and wherever you stream! NOW AVAILABLE AT RIVER STREET BEAT SHOP, TROY!


WHO'S DREW?

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Now booking Adult Birthday Parties!

Comedy and Music!    What A Concept!!

Musical Comedian

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"I write what makes me laugh: relationships, modern society and life as a babyboomer."
 
Influences: Beatles, Flight of The Conchords, Arlo Guthrie, Loudon Wainwright III, Steve Goodman, Weird Al Yankovic, Groucho Marx. 
Drew has received airplay on local and national radio,  as well as Sirius/XM Satellite Radio's "LaughUSA",  on the Nationally Syndicated "Dr. Demento Radio Show and The FuMP. 


Multiple Award Winning Songwriter:​


  • Wrote, Produced and Recorded Theme to Warren Garling's "Radio Split Ranch" Podcast
  • "There's An App For That!" Gold Medal Winner 2015 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest
  • "Strip Club Christmas Eve" Finalist 2015 USA Songwriting Competition
  • "If 50's The New 30" Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting  2013 Great American Song Contest
  • "I'm Allergic To My Job!" named 2012 Top10 CD www.theseriouscomedysite.com
  • "If 50's The New 30" Finalist, 2012 USA Songwriting Competition    
  • "There's A Problem In Your Pants" Finalist, 2011 USA Songwriting Competition 
  • "I'm Allergic To My Job!" First Prize, 2010 USA  Songwriting Competition  ​

2001 saw Drew's first commercial success, when "Santa Claus is Coming To Rock You" aired on the....


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"A brilliant mix of witty stand-up and original songs."- NYSMusic.com 


" 'Get Your Ha-ha’s Out!' shows extremely well that you don’t need to swear or push the envelope of acceptability to be funny."- Nippertown