|Other Tour Dates (28)|
|Mar 16||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||The Camden Eye Camden Town, GBR|
|Mar 21||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||O'Malley's Sports Pub Mountain View, California|
|Mar 23||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Lake Mendocino Ukiah, California|
|Mar 24||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Spice Monkey Cafe Oakland, California|
|Mar 26||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||The Crow's Nest Santa Cruz, California|
|Apr 7||Dangerfield's Comedy Club||Dangerfield's Comedy Club Shakopee, Minnesota|
|Apr 8||Dangerfield's Comedy Club||Dangerfield's Comedy Club Shakopee, Minnesota|
|Apr 12||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City Sioux City, Iowa|
|Apr 14||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Piggy's Blues Lounge La Crosse, Wisconsin|
|Apr 29||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||The Tasting Room Fresno, California|
|May 2||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Sally Tomatoes Rohnert Park, California|
|May 3||Cine Cuvee||Cine Cuvee Orinda, California|
|May 5||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Blue Fin Cafe Billiards Monterey, California|
|May 12||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Pechanga Resort & Casino Temecula, California|
|May 13||Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction||Pechanga Resort & Casino Temecula, California|
Phil Johnson is a man who gets mistaken for a woman, but only by those not paying attention. That revelation kicks off a battle for self-awareness where comedy and music are the weapons of choice. It’s a battle that has taken Phil to such esteemed festivals as the Edinburgh Fringe and Sundance Film Festivals and the Top 8 Finals of the World Series of Comedy.
“I’ve always been the guy who isn’t quite what people expect,” says Phil. Using that experience, Phil pokes holes in the medical marijuana argument, discusses being a white guy at a hip hop show (and the innocent gestures that can get him in trouble), and reveals why Hawaii isn’t the paradise we think it is.
From Shakespearean bees to redneck vampires to anthropomorphic cell phones with weight issues, Phil Johnson fills the stage with quirky characters that combine social satire with absurdist flights of fancy. Then the guitar comes out and kicks the show into an even higher gear with songs about the bright future (and dark past) of babies and what he would do if he woke up one morning as an actual woman.
On stage, Phil’s playful humor and likeable, endearing manner allow him to shake things up without antagonizing the audience. In the end we can only be who we are, try to understand others, and hope they understand us.
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