In recent years, Killeen has become a real hot spot for live comedy with some of the best performers in the business coming through. Now we can add some more legends to the list.

On their Facebook page Monday afternoon, The Twice As Funny Comedy Lounge in Killeen announced that three of the biggest names in comedy will soon be gracing their stage.

You’ve seen him do many characters on the classic Fox Sitcom "In Living Color", the movie "Booty Call", "The Proud Family", and more!

Legendary comedian Tommy Davidson will take the stage at Twice as Funny April 30th through May 2nd.

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You’ve seen her in "Ted 2", "Tyler Perry’s "For better or worse" and now as Principal Grubs on the show "Never Have I Ever". It's the hilarious Coco Brown performing live May 21st through 23rd.

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And this guy!

You've seen him as Uncle Mike on "Everybody Hates Chris", and he's been gracing stages for over 30 years. The man, the myth, the legend: Comedian Earthquake! will take the stage Killeen August 6th through the 8th.

 

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All three legendary comedians have announced shows at the Twice As Funny Comedy  Lounge, so keep listening to MYKISS1031 for more details.

Back on March 5th, 6th, and 7th, King of Comedy D.L. Hughley was live at Twice as Funny as part of the My Kiss 1031 welcome party celebrating his show becoming part of the Kiss family. We loved meeting you out there and sharing some laughs, and we look forward to seeing you again at these upcoming shows.

Keep your eyes and ears on My Kiss 1031, because chances are we'll have tickets for you.

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