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Tobin Center for the Performing ArtsFebruary 28, 2015 8:00 PM
115 Auditorium Circle
San Antonio, TX 78205
Chris Tucker is an American comedian and actor best known for his scene-stealing roles in films such as Friday, Jackie Brown and the Rush Hour franchise. Born and raised in Georgia, he got his start after a move to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. Tucker quickly realized that his comedic talents were earning him a reputation around Hollywood and by 1992 he was a regular performer on Def Comedy Jam. After his defining breakthrough role in Friday (1995), he enjoyed a successful film career until around 2011, when he returned to his love for stand-up comedy.
Scott H. Biram is a Texas-based musician who has been in a number of different bands over his long and storied career. Prior to embarking on his solo career, he was in a punk band, as well as a few bluegrass outfits. His debut LP was released in 2000 and traces of blues, punk rock and Americana are evident on the album. Though Biram's early career was fairly respectable, it wasn't until the singer/songwriter was in a head-on collision with an 18-wheeler that his true musicianship started to emerge. The experience gave Biram some affliction to play off of and the physical pain the Texan experienced shone brightly through his doleful songs.