Blame it on the Rain
Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) September 25, 2007
RoveDaily and Snickers are searching for the best undiscovered comedian in the country to perform in the final Rove Stand-up spot of the year and take home the Snickers Golden Nut Award. Some of the country's top unknown talent has been gathered to battle it out in heats at secret locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth.
The Snickers Competition is all about helping launch the career of the next great stand up comic. Comedy clubs across Australia are holding gigs in the search for the best up and coming comic talent. Yet it all comes down to the online viewers, with an online vote deciding the national winner who will perform the stand-up spot on the Rove TV Show, the largest single regular audience for pure stand up comedy in Australia with over 1million viewers.
Exclusive Comedy Video
Rove Daily will be keeping you in the loop with exclusive video from the secret events. Make sure you drop in to rovedaily.com.au throughout the promotion to catch the highlights from the secret stand up events.
Snickers Secret Gigs - Get your Tickets online!
Register your details at RoveDaily.com.au for the chance to win tickets to one of the secret stand-up gigs around Australia. Send us your name and email address and you could be watching the next big Australian stand-up comedian. Be quick, there's only limited tickets available and the draw closes 2nd October.
Rove Daily is the new website from the creators of the hit TV show, Rove. Updated daily, the site has cutting edge news stories that regular outlets are too sissy to report, celebrity recipes, horoscopes, reviews and even weather - all with a twist. It's also the home of Rove's own video blog, tonnes of video (both from the show and web-only), and a host of exclusive content that you can't find anywhere else.
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Meet the Rove Daily Team:
Hamish began as a stand up comedian in 2001, and writing for a Fox FM breakfast show. As a member of Radio Karate, he wrote/performed Radio Karate on Channel 31 in 2003, and won the 2005 Comedy Channel Short Film Festival with 'The Greystone 2800'.
Other appearances include: Joker Poker player, 2005, guest Host at the 2005 ARIA's and guest on Australia's Brainiest Comedian. He was the Melbourne host of Sony Tropfest 2005 & 2006 and after 2 years on the Austereo Radio Network, Blake has now just started hosting FOX FM's drive show, The Hamish and Andy Show.
Dave Hughes is perhaps one of the most important and significant talents to have emerged from the Australian Comedy scene in the last ten years. A natural and unmistakably Australian comic, Dave's laconic style thinly disguises one of the fastest comic minds this country has ever seen.
It was at the Melbourne Comedy Festival in 1999 that Hughesy was forced to move from a tiny upstairs city bar into a 300-seat room at the Melbourne Town Hall. Word had started to spread about this impossibly laid back guy from Warrnambool. He now is a feature on Network TEN's program Rove.