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Father and Sons Comedy Tour

Celebrate Fathers Day in hilarious fashion with the Kelly family! Dad Gerald and his sons Hunter, Isiah, and Joshua — as seen on NBC’s America’s Got Talent and heard on top-rated nationally syndicated morning radio show The Breakfast Club — bring their family-friendly comedy to Carolines on Broadway for a special night of laughter. So give dear ol’ dad the precious gift of laughter this year with the Father and Sons Comedy Tour!

Gerald Kelly
Russell Simmons calls him the “Black Jackie Gleason,” and with his brand of comedy, he’s guaranteed to make you a believer in the healing powers of laughter. Previously recognized on 107.5 WBLS (NYC) as a morning show co-host and in Hartford, CT at Hot 93.7 WZMX as part of the Morning Team, Gerald’s appeared on numerous shows such as NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Americas Got Talent, HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Showtime at the Apollo, Conan O’Brien and the Comedy Special: Chocolate Sundaes [hosted by Tommy Davidson]. Adding to his resume, movies include “Death of a Dynasty,” “The Cookout 2” and “Budz House” [which includes the bonus DVD “Budz House Backstage [featuring Kevin Hart].” Gerald’s DVDs include Comedy in The Hood, Laugh Bandits: No. 1, Gerald Kelly Live In New York, Gospel Comedy All-Stars 2, and his latest, Gerald Kelly on Broadway.

Isiah Kelly
Isiah Kelly began his career at the age of 9, coming up under the toolage of his father, comedian Gerald Kelly, and other comics such as Katt Williams and Mike Epps. Now, 29, he has built a resume that would make any father proud. He’s performed on Showtime at the Apollo, The Shaq Comedy All-Star Jam, and at Carolines on Broadway. His TV credits include: Whose Got Jokes (hosted by Bill Bellamy), Chocolate Sundaes (hosted by Tommy Davidson), Live at the Gotham on Axis TV, and the movie Cookout 2, as well as being featured on the” Gospel Comedy All-Stars 2″ DVD.

Joshua Kelly
Joshua Kelly, 15, began his comedy career at the age of six and has been ripping comedy club stages across the country ever since. He’s been seen on The Breakfast Club, and The Steve Harvey Morning Show alongside his dad and brothers. He also has a personal appearance in the new TV series “My Store”. We can all tell this is just the beginning.

Lil’ Hunter Kelly
Comedy protégé Lil’ Hunter Kelly has been setting fire to stages across the country since he gained internet success at the tender age of 3 years old with his “basaline” and “cocobuller” viral videos. This budding comic and actor has more personality, charisma, and wit than the average 7-year-old, and recently, Hunter wowed judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandell, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara on the latest season of America’s Got Talent.