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Actual Size is the finest comedy-music act in the history of the world*.
The act was originally a simple waste of time. But now Andy and Steve have honed their show into a finely-tuned, complex, total waste of time.
Its members, Andy Corwin and Steve Goodie, combine witty wordplay with highly juvenile themes such as genital proportion, love affairs with household pets, and Republicans. Both Andy and Steve play guitar, and both play bass, and a lot of the fun** comes from watching them trade instruments back and forth. Their strong vocal harmonies, complicated song structures, and fetching outfits make them a force to be reckoned with. Both are desperately in need of attention. And cash.
Andy is a singer/songwriter with an off-beat sense of humor and an outrageous repertoire of folk, country and bluegrass music. Prior to Actual Size, Andy was one fourth of the political comedy/folk music quartet "The Foremen". With The Foremen he performed throughout the US and Canada and can be heard on two Warner/Reprise releases, "Folk Heroes" (1995) and "What's Left?" (1996). He is also an accomplished documentary film-maker with more than a hundred film and television credits.
Steve was a founding member of The Two Jew Revue, a musical comedy act that offended audiences on all five continents in its time. Songs from TJR’s two CDs [(“The Two Jew Revue” (1998) and “We Just Want You To Be Happy” (1999)] are still getting airplay on the Dr. Demento radio show, as well as a small naval AM station in Oceanside, California. As a professional standup comedian, Steve has toured the country for over ten years, and has been seen on Showtime, Comedy Central, and on NBC’s Today Show.
To learn more about Steve, click here. To learn more about Andy, click here.
They can be seen performing regularly around LA, and soon, around Chino and other state facilities.
* According to Funny Singing Jews Magazine
** Okay, all of the fun