Sheri Wallace - Hooters Magazine
Gordie's show feels more intimate and casual than any of the other new shows we sampled - there's not much glitz and glamour here - and after a day or two in Vegas that can be a very good thing. He attracts a diverse audience (next to us were women from a bachelorette party ranging in age from 21 to 45, and the couples in front of us were from their 30's to their 70s) and everyone was laughing so hard they had tears in their eyes. If you're not familiar with Gordie Brown, he does music-based impersonations accompanied by a first class group of musicians. And there's something here for every taste.
Part of the charm and humor of this show comes from Brown's ability to chat with the audience and react to their unique composition. One of the funniest parts of the show we saw came from Brown's back and forth with an audience member who was very slow to catch one of the early jokes. It's that rapport with the audience that keeps this show so fresh and fun - and makes Brown someone you'd return to see again and again. Definitely best enjoyed with at least your best girl or would be great for a bachelor party opener (the show is early) and then dinner to start the night off right.Back