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Billy Ray Bauer performing at Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (myFOXDetroit.com) -

Billy Ray Bauer will perform multiple shows at Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase May 2-4.

Showtimes: Thursday, May 2: 8:00PM
Friday and Saturday, May 3-4: 8:00PM and 10:00pm

Tickets: Thursday: $7 Advanced Purchase, $9 General Admission at the door
Friday and Saturday: $10 Advanced Purchase, $12 General Admission at the door

Billy Ray has been performing stand-up comedy across America for the last 20 years.  From headlining at great comedy clubs to performing for large corporations, he's established himself as a tried and true funny guy. From skewed descriptions of growing up in Detroit in the sixties, to the gory details of raising four boys in the new millennium, Billy Ray will leave you laughing and exhausted from his ordeal. Add to the mix some unusual vocal acrobatics including impressions and dialects, and you have some idea of an evening with Billy Ray. Billy Ray has been a repeat guest on "The Bob and Tom Show" heard across America. He's also been heard on the Dick Purtan radio show in Detroit and co-hosted the Appliance Doctor Radio program there for three years.

Check out the video of Billy Ray joining us live on the BBC.

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