Welcome To The League Of Comedy
Meet Granison! He has the looks, the charm, and the brains. Triple threat. Talented comic, actor, and all-around good dude. Born in Stockton, raised in Oakland, and groomed for comedy in LA. If you want to hit the stage, this dapper gent can open the curtains. Ya dig?
Fun Fact: Granison is no rookie when it comes to the sport of joke telling.
Granison is a co-founder of The League of Comedy and recently came back from a North California tour early in 2018. He can bring down the house as both a host and comedian with cleverly timed comedic wit. What sets Granison apart is that he can make a positive out of any negative and creates light out of darkness (it’s like magic, but without the wands).
· Granison features for Anjelah Johnson, won 1st place in the 2017 Funniest Comic in LA Competition, was the winner of the Haha Comedy Club’s Last Comic Standing, and a semi-finalist in the 2017 Ventura Comedy Festival.
· He’s a featured comic at Ontario Improv, and frequently performs in Los Angeles at The Comedy Store, Hollywood Improv, Ice House, and Flappers Comedy Club. In addition Granison has opened for major league comedians such as; Marc Maron, Bill Burr, Margaret Cho, Jim Jefferies, Iliza Shlesinger, Theo Von, Ali Wong, and Alonzo Bodden
· Granison has also appeared on the Discovery ID, The Learning Channel, Black&Sexy TV, and several commercials including Nike, Comcast, and Credit Karma
Still haven't had enough? Get the further down-low on the original G-Man at http://granisoncrawford.com
Meet Nina! She is amazing and puts the music program together. She is a multitalented artist with multiple mediums. We are looking to get some artists booked, she is the one to do it! Want to know about Nina? Great!
Fun Fact: Nina was born in Denver, Colorado.
Her music has been featured in over 100 television shows, films and commercials including, "Days Of Our Lives", "So You Think You Can Dance", "My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and Heineken's, "Heros Wanted" ad campaign. She's performed with artists such as Etta James, Sara Bareilles, Keb Mo', Rachel Platten, Fitz And The Tantrums, and Andy Grammar.
Her voice has been described as, "...half Janis, half Alanis, one part Virgin Mary, three parts Dirty Harry." -Santa Cruz Sentinel
She calls her music, "Future Retro" as it embodies old-school soul with a new pop sensibility.
A giant fan of storytelling in all its forms, she once stood in line for 4 hours to get an autograph from her favorite author, David Sedaris, but upon meeting him, was too tired and hungry to do anything but talk about eating a loaf of bread.
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