Lesbian Laughter

Jennie McNulty and Steff Mahan create a night to remember in Denver of laughter and lyrics.


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In the first show of its kind at the EXDO Event Center in Denver, Co., Americana singer/songwriter Steff Mahan and lesbian comic Jennie McNulty team up for an evening of music and comedy. Pair the sweet and soulful sound of Nashville based singer/songwriter Steff Mahan with Jenny McNuylty’s personal and perfectly-timed one liners and you have an evening not to be missed.

Mahan (steffmahan.com) has opened for or shared the stage with such powerhouse artists as Patty Griffin, The Indigo Girls, Tift Merritt, 10,000 Maniacs, Blame Sally, Holly Williams and Antigone Rising. Her captivating live show led Billboard’s Mike Gionet to proclaim her “an entertaining, cant-miss performance,” while the Nashville City Paper deems her “simply a wicked cool singer-songwriter.”

 

Jennie McNulty’s sarcastic style and irreverent improv earned her a spot in the Top 10 Lesbian comics by Curve. She has traveled the world doing comedy, entertaining the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, Eastern Europe and Asia and several other bases around the world. She’s also performed for Sweet, Olivia and Atlantis Cruises and Resorts as well as countless other Pride festivals and events.

McNulty (jenniemcnulty.com) can currently be seen on MTV Network’s LOGO channel in two “One Night Stand Up” comedy specials and she was also in the hit NBC show, Starting Over and is a co-host on the wildly popular Cathy is In radio show on LA Talk Radio with Cathy DeBuono.

 

Date: March 15 at 7:00 PM

Tickets: $10 at exdoevents.com

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