Jason Love


Jason Love has appeared on HBO, Comedy Central, America’s Got Talent, and Dry Bar Comedy.

Says L.A. Weekly, “Jason Love is comedy that brings people together.”

Jason has performed at clubs from the Laugh Factory in Hollywood to Carolines on Broadway.

He travels overseas for the troops and on the seas for cruise lines. His clips are played daily on Sirius XM.

Since COVID, he has run a popular online show called Live Comedy in Your Living Room.

Jason’s non-profit,  Love & Laughter brings free shows to the cancer support community.

Rik Roberts

Comedian and speaker

Rik Roberts is a Nashville, TN-based comedian and speaker who focuses on providing 100% clean comedy
Movie, TV & Streaming Projects:
  • “Mayberry Man” (Movie)
  • “Tank Talk” (Animated Series)
  • “DryBar Comedy” (VidAngel)
  • “Huckabee”
  • “Comedy All-Stars” (Pure Flix)
  • “Chonda Pierce’s Stand Up For Families” (Dove Channel)
  • “20 Greatest Redneck Moments” (CMT)
The Henry Cho Comedy Show Supporting Actor, Featured Comedian GAC STREAMING Comedy All-Stars
COMMERCIALS: Bin There Dump That Spokesperson WV Lottery “Family Games” Featured
Roscoe Brown Plumbing Voiceover Duck River Electric Voiceover
In 2018, Rik was featured in his half-hour comedy special “Put Down The Sweet Tea” on DryBar.com.

Crystal Powell

Comedian, actress, singer and songwriter

American Comedian, actress and singer, best known for her roles in Kevin Hart presents “Hart of the City” on Comedy Central. She has also appeared on America’s Got Talent.

Carolyn Douras

Vocal coach and Back-up vocalist

Carolyn has been a studio singer for “Disney”, the Broadway Musical Concept Album “Houdini” and “Enchanted, The Musical”. She is the voice of numerous cartoons, commercials and is the voice of the GPS in your car as well as the American voice of Microsoft in China.

Carolyn is a well renowned vocal, dialect and voice over coach that trains actors, singers and voice actors for film, tv and stage including The X Factor, American Idol and The Voice. Her clients include Broadway stars from Hairspray, Shrek, Tarzan and many more.

Dave Siebels

Composer, arranger, keyboardist and record producer

David Siebels is a composer, arranger, keyboardist and record producer. He has arranged and produced 25 albums, scored 35 films, scored 9 TV series, conducted 65 musical variety TV shows, and was musical director/arranger for 2 musical variety TV specials.
He has composed extensively for TV commercials and CD ROM educational games. He has earned a Golden Angel award for non-broadcast films, a Tele award for a TV commercial, and notoriety for his concept and production of Pat Boone’s “In a Metal Mood” album.
He has played, conducted and recorded for such artists as Rita Coolidge, Ray Charles, BB King, Rick Springfield, Taylor Dane and many others. He recently scored a film for PBS which won a National Emmy Award and an educational series for McGraw Hill Publishing that won a Tele Award.
He has a state of the art recording studio in the heart of the Burbank Media District.

Bill Grundfest

Writer and Producer

Bill Grundfest is a Golden Globe award winning writer-producer with three Emmy Award nominations. He is the founder of the legendary Comedy Cellar, the home club of stars ranging from Ray Romano, Jon Stewart, Dave Chappelle, Amy Schumer and more. He’s written and created content for all major networks in most genres, including sitcoms such as “Mad About You” with Paul Reiser and Oscar winner Helen Hunt, dramas, non-fiction and global telecasts such as The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, The Grammys as well as late night talk shows and SNL.

Scottie Haskell

Back-up vocalist

Scottie Haskell, daughter of legendary Musical Arranger, Jimmie Haskell, is known as one of the most outstanding and sought after back up vocalists. She has backed up such world renowned singers as Connie Francis, Perry Como, Weird Al Yankovich, Engelbert Humperdink and many, many more.
Scottie recorded many songs including “The Wonder of it All” for Disney, “Paris, Las Vegas” for the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, “Hey Mickey” for Walt Disney and countless others.