The ‘Clean Jokes for Regular Folks’ comedy tour is a nationally-touring stand-up comedy show produced by Denver-based comedians Edward Bell, Austin Black and Ben Dailey. The show features only clean comedy, meaning no use of curse words or uncomfortable topics. Since the show only includes clean comedy, does that mean the jokes are going to be corny? Absolutely not. Edward, Austin and Ben talk about funny personal stories, interesting observations, and silly thoughts that are relatable and entertaining for everyone.
Meet the Comedians
Edward Bell is a stand up comedian based out of Denver, CO. He has written for the Hard Times. His short films have been featured at the Portland Comedy Film Festival and the Denver Fringe Festival. He was a winner in the Comedy Work's Clean Comedy Search. He used to live in a van, but now he doesn't. There were too many complaints.
Austin Black is a comedian originally from Iowa and now resides in Denver, Colorado. No one cares that in his six years of performing he has performed in multiple comedy festivals such as Denver Fringe, Floodwater, Green Gravel, and finished top five in the “Funniest Person in Iowa Contest” at Penguin’s Comedy Club. He was also a finalist in the Clean Comedy Contest at Comedy Works. Austin is not a winner. Shortly before moving to Denver, he had the opportunity to open for Theo Von. Austin’s parents have described his comedy as “I wish he would’ve graduated college.”
Originally from the East Coast, Ben Dailey got his comedy start in Denver, CO. After living abroad and struggling to navigate a new country and a different language, Ben figured that telling jokes in front of a crowd probably couldn’t be any more embarrassing than accidentally telling a stranger on the street that he was pregnant. His comedy ranges from silly thoughts, stories of his childhood, and awkward situations that happen in his daily life. Ben has performed in comedy clubs and venues all across the Midwest. He was also a finalist on the show “Am I Funny?”; a made-up comedy competition held in the basement of his parent’s house.