Delinquent Records is proud to have the following comedians on their label.
Tommy Thompson – Funny man Tommy Thompson has a brand of comedy that is as unique as he is. His emphatic delivery and high energy makes him fun to see time and again. He dishes out the comedy laughs with a distinct style that will make you leave his show feeling exhausted from laughter. With Tommy’s story telling perspective you will laugh non-stop. He is too funny not too! This young comedian has all the skills to entertain any crowd.
Benny Quash- Benny has as many personalities as he does voices, and not one of them is the voice of reason. He makes the joke sound simple but you will still be thinking about it a hour later. Benny highlights the humor of everyday life, along with the humor of lives you never imagined.
Benny Quash has been wanting to make people laugh since he can remember. Growing up in small town Wisconsin he knew he wanted a chance to get out. Otherwise, the only option was to continue weighing potato trucks at the Ore-ida plant.
Shannon Thompson – No newcomer to comedy, Shannon’s unique writing style and sense of irony set him apart from other comics. His unflinching ability to make fun of himself, and anyone else he damn well feels like, shows his comedic courage knows no bounds. Writing all his own material from personal and often mind boggling experiences, Shannon offers a hilarious and welcome voice to comedy.
Justin Caesar - Justin Caesar is obsessed with cracking the safe to laughter, and he’s found the right combination of topics both typical and taboo. Bringing new light to what makes people tick, and what ticks people off! A ninja can kill a man a hundred different ways, Justin Caesar knows even more ways to get to your funny bone. He’ll reach in, yank it out and show it to you before you die laughing. Justin has worked ‘all over the damn place….’ And he has worked with luminaries as Greg Giraldo, Jeff Cesario, Alex Cole and Bill Bauer.
John Conroy – Washington, D.C. native John Conroy brings an everyman’s attitude to smart, sharply written material that runs the gamut from shrewd observations to social satire. Shortly after moving to Minnesota in 2008 his peers voted him Best New Comic in the Twin Cities, and the following year he took the top prize in the Funniest Person in the Twin Cities Contest. Over the next two years he made a rapid transition from opener to headliner, playing hundreds of shows each year and touring the top clubs throughout the midwest and East Coast. Conroy is a jovial iconoclast whose good-humored but aggressive act makes a lasting impression.
Joe Fontenot – After coming in as a finalist in two comedy competitions in his first year(2001), Joe Fontenot hit the road extensively, unleashing his Bipolar style of comedy on audiences all over the country. Thought of as a comic that just can’t be labeled, you just don’t know what Joe will bring to the stage from night to night. Whether it’s “angry-in-your-face” or “wild and crazy”. But one thing is certain, it’s always consistent, and intensely funny. For this reason that Joe is being touted as one of the strongest up-and-coming comedians in the northwest.
Mike Lester – Edgy, Rude, Awkward, Dorky, and some may even say Decadent. Young Mike Lester’s comedy will grab you by your high school memories and flip you upside down. (metaphorically)
“A Must see!” – Mikes Mom.
At 19 years old, Mike is already making a ripple in the comedy world. By 29 he will be burned out, old and bitter. Check him out now.
Robert Baril - Robert Baril grew up in the tundra of Warroad, MN, where his sense of humor was cultivated through years of awkwardness and inadvertent abstinence. He holds two degrees from Bemidji State University, in political science and philosophy. In addition to stand up, Robert can be heard weekly on AM950 in the Twin Cities, and his acting has garnered him three Warroad Summer Theatre awards, including one for “Best Youth Actor in a Minor Role” for his performance as “Pasty”.
John Bush- John’s rock solid comedy show covers it all.
From his childhood relocation from Hawaii to Minnesota to his UFO sighting in New York City, this thrill ride is filled with rich characters, spot-on impressions and even a disgruntled squirrel.John has performed for audiences of all shapes and sizes. Whether it’s opening for Howie Mandel at Ceasars Palace or tickling some Irish ribs in Dublin, John isn’t stingy when he gives out the laughs.