49 Laughs Comedy coming to Slc Utah
Indian Walk In Center
1300 Sth. 120 W.
salt lake city, Utah
Dj Menace on the 1’s and 2’s!
$15 IN ADVANCE AND $20 AT THE DOOR!
ALL AGES SHOW!
$20 FOR V.I.P TICKETS IN ADVANE ONLY!
CALL 801-856-4892 FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFO.
Sponsored by: Native American Trading Post
3971 So. Redwood Road
Salt Lake City,UT 84123
And also sponsored by: Peluqueria Mexico
Javier & Toya Hernandez
About 49 Laughs Comedy!
The 49 Laughs Comedy group is filled with an amazing amount of talent and award winning comedians! These four talented individuals have been excelling in the entertainment industry for years performing on stage and on movie screens. The fantastic variety of humor from these four professional Native American Comedians has been captivating audiences everywhere. The comedy styles of each solo stand up comic is so unique and original that there is always something for everyone.
Each comedian gives a strong, clean and always outstanding performance every time. This blend of amazing talent is proving week after week to be one of the best American Indian comedy shows in all of North America. The group has been performing at casino’s, conferences, colleges, clubs, universities and schools across the country.
Kari Denny-Flynn AKA “Writtyn” was born in Monument Valley, Utah and raised in Kayenta, Az. Writtyn is a full blooded Navajo known as Din’e. Writtyn was adopted at birth with her twin sister. She started writing poetry when she was 14yrs old and gradually turned it into music. Writtyn was raised in an alcoholic family with a single mother, 4 brothers and her twin sister. Writtyn got kicked out of school at age 16 and started doing drugs. She eventually went back to school and graduated with her class in “98”. After high school Writtyn went to Salt Lake City Utah and started recording and writing learning more about herself. Writtyn’s music is all about what she went through and what she learned. Her up coming album is called “I’m Not Perfect.” It is about deceit, lies, cheating, love, strife and the good that has happened in her life. The lyrics that she writes and recites make her unique and make her Writtyn. Writtyn is right to the point and blunt with her words. She listened to MC Lyte and Lyte Foote. Writtyn also does public speaking about drug awareness and HIV/Aids awareness after finding out that Native Americans are 3rd in the U.S being affected with HIV/Aids. Being raised on the Navajo Reservation, Writtyn learned to be humble and grateful of her culture. Writtyn is out there teaching about what she went through in her life.
THE ROSE THAT GREW FROM CONCRETE