At age 16, Greg Morton got first job at a local department store, as a P.A. announcer. That same voice that grabbed the attention of shoppers, recently wowed judges, on the season 14 premier of America’s Got Talent. Howie Mandel said, “I can’t believe there isn’t a banner with your name on it in Vegas!” After 35 years of entertaining audiences worldwide, opening for Celine Dion, Harry Connick Jr. and Luther Vandross at Radio City Music Hall - appearing on Just for Laughs, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Comic’s Unleashed, and his own Dry Bar Comedy Special, entitled, ‘I Started Out as a Baby’ - he received a standing ovation, and four yeses for his 2 min. Star Wars routine. The force is definitely with him.
Every year, the Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Oxford have held their largest fundraiser of the year, Big Night Out Charity Ball. However, due to the pandemic, the organization has cleverly rebranded the event as, Big Night In – Oxford’s Got Talent. A live streamed event, showcasing amazing local talent, hosted by comedian Greg Morton, semi-finalist of America’s Got Talent.
Although we’re all disappointed we can’t celebrate together, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Oxford are excited to present a virtual night of entertainment we can all watch in our homes. Dancers, singers, karate experts, trick shooters, musicians, and bands will all compete for the title of Oxford’s Most Talented, judged by 3 local celebrity judges, Laurie Schultz, Mike Crabbe and Dan Henry of Heart FM. A People’s Choice award will also be presented.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters have been in Oxford County for 50 years and have mentored thousands of young people. Many of those matches still exist to this day, including one of their original matches, who will be celebrating 50 years of friendship in 2021.
100% of the funds raised stay in Oxford County, supporting young people of Oxford. Last year, Big Night Out Charity Ball raised $106,000. In this time of uncertainty, the soundest investment you can make is in our children and our youth. They represent our future!
After a Mother’s Day Week cancellation over Covid concerns, Greg Morton is back on the road, performing at Visani, Nov. 18-21 Port Charlotte, Florida. Your favourite place to eat, drink and laugh. After a lengthy lockdown, Greg was quoted as saying, “I’m really glad to be getting out of the house… I mean condo.” Please click the link below for tickets and support your local bars and restaurants.
Since the opening of Howie Mandel Comedy Club in 2018, crowd numbers have been building steadily. Last night we had over 500 people in attendance. This week, comedians Ben Moore from New York, who is a regular on the Bob and Tom Show, and Greg Morton, fresh off season 14 of America’s Got Talent, take the stage. Both acts received a standing ovation last night. This show should not be missed! BUY TICKETS NOW!
HEY OMAHA! Greg Morton returns to the Omaha Funny Bone, off his successful run on season 14 of America’s Got Talent. But he won’t be just doing funny voices. Greg has the most diversely entertaining show on the circuit. With 35 years in the business, and numerous credits, Greg Morton brings his one man variety show to the Funny Bone.
You watched AGT with your kids and they’re huge fans, but there is an age restriction at the club. You’re not a fan of coarse language or sexual content, but you’ve heard Greg has a Dry Bar Special. HAVE WE GOT A SHOW FOR YOU! FEB. 23, A SPECIAL ALL AGES SHOW HAS BEEN ADDED! He will be performing material from that Dry Bar Special, plus highlights from his appearance on AGT. It’s a show, everyone can enjoy!
BUY TICKETS NOW! for the KIDS SHOW. It’s open to all ages! We’ve sold over a hundred advance tickets.