Multi-talented comedian, actor, singer, and writer Rodney Carrington will bring his national comedy tour to The Paramount Theatre in Anderson, Ind. on Friday, Sept. 13. For mature audiences only. Tickets are on sale now at www.theandersonparamount.org or by calling (765) 642-1234. For more information, visit www.theandersonparamount.org.
About Rodney Carrington
Rodney Carrington is a multi-talented comedian, actor, singer and writer who recorded eight major record label comedy albums, which have sold millions of copies. Rodney then released three new albums on his own record label called Laughter’s Good Records. An album of new songs and material entitled “Laughter’s Good” debuted at No. 1 on the Overall Comedy Charts. The same week, the re-release of “Rodney Carrington Live, C’mon Laugh You Bastards” debuted at No. 2 on the Overall Comedy Charts. He then went back into the studio to record “The Hits” which also reached No. 1 on the comedy charts. The album features a duet with Colt Ford on a new version of the song “Titties and Beer.” According to Pollstar, Rodney has been one of the top 10 highest grossing touring comedians for the last 10 years and among the top five the last several years. Rodney is on track to be in the top five again this year as he regularly performs to sold out crowds across the U.S., Canada, and even Australia.
All of the above follow on the heels of Rodney’s previous projects and accomplishments. He starred in his own TV sitcom “Rodney,” which ran for two seasons on ABC. He also co-wrote and co-starred with Toby Keith in the feature film “Beer for My Horses,” which won the Tex Ritter Award from the ACM. Rodney added author to his list of accomplishments with the release of his first hard cover book entitled “Rodney Carrington, Coming Clean” published by Hatchette Books. Carrington has appeared on countless other TV shows, including the ACA (American Country Awards) and hosting the “American Country New Year’s Eve Live” show on FOX. He also won “Supporting Character of the Year” from the CMT Music Video Awards for his appearance on the Trace Adkins’ music video “I Got My Game On.”