Bridget Everett

Bridget Everett is a singing tour de force known for her funny yet
gut-wrenching, outrageous and unpredictable performance work. She’s been
dubbed ‘Wynona Judd meets Melissa Etheridge, via the local bar floozy, on a
rocket ship out of Twin Peaks’ by Michael Musto from the Village Voice.  She
has appeared frequently on Time Out New York’s annual list of top cabaret
performers, ranking number one in 2010 on a list which included Alan Cumming
and Elaine Stritch. Bridget co-hosted Our Hit Parade, a sold-out monthly
revue of current pop hits, with Kenny Mellman (Kiki and Herb) and Neal
Medlyn at Joe’s Pub. She starred in the original musical At Least It’s Pink
based on her life which she co-wrote with director Michael Patrick King
(writer/director of hit tv series Sex and the City) and Mellman.  Bridget
has performed at Montreal’s Just for Laughs, New York Comedy Festival, HBO’s
Aspen United States Comedy Arts Festival and the Adelaide International
Cabaret Festival in Adelaide, Australia. This past year, Bridget has sung
with Peaches, Patti Lupone, Flea, the Dan Band and more.  She frequently
collaborates with and can be seen alongside Adam Horovitz (Adrock of the
Beastie Boys) in HBO Canada’s Funny as Hell. She is currently working on an
album of original music with her band, The Tender Moments, and will be
touring with Amy Schumer this spring.  Film: Sex and the City.  TV: 2 Broke
Girls, Jeffrey and Cole Casserole.


Billy Eichner and Friends
Saturday, February 2nd, 10:30pm, Cobb’s Comedy Club