Comedian Bob Marley will attempt to break longest live comedy show record

By | September 15, 2010 at 3:04 pm | 3 comments | News | Tags: ,

Bob MarleyA few weeks ago, we told you about Norwegian comedian Hans Morten Hansen who broke the Guinness World Record for “Longest Stand-up Comedy Show by an Individual.” Well, his reign might be short-lived. Bob Marley will attempt to oust Hansen a week from today at the Comedy Connection in Portland, Maine.

Hansen’s time of 38 hours and 14 minutes beat out Lindsay Webb’s 38 hour, 6 minute show in April 2009, and Webb had previously knocked down the defending champion Tommy Tiernan (36 hours, 15 minutes). Now the question is whether or not Marley can outlast Hansen. “I’m freakin’ out but I’ll give it a shot,” he commented on his upcoming performance.

The event next Wednesday, in partnership with the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, will begin at 7 am EST and end just after midnight on Friday. More information, along with ticket sales, can be found right here.

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  • Sarah Dearing

    Hans did not ‘officially’ break the Guinness World Record.
    Prior to Bob taking the record at 9:09EST the record holder was Lindsay Webb. Bob is still on stage ready to set the new record at 40 hours at 11:02EST

    GO BOB!!! WE are so proud of you!!!!!

  • Jeremiah Smith

    Ive seen Bob 3 times in Maine, Im from Presque Isle Maine and after seeing him perform Im 100% he can do it!!! I got to meet him this last show on 9/11 in Presque Isle and he was wicked cool!! E-mail me Bob and I’ll leave ya my number so we can chat it up on the phone…..:)

  • Brian

    Man, it would almost be worth driving up to Maine to see this. He’s one of my all time favorite comedians.

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