From his elaborate characters and sketches, to his provocative songs, puppets and animation, Drennon has made a name for himself as one of the most innovative minds in today’s comedy scene. His live performances of the Imaginary Radio Program combine live music and beat-boxing with one-man sketches into a show that the Los Angeles Comedy Bureau writes "not only lives up to its name, but exceeds expectation in what you could possibly think it is."
Drennon recently performed twice on TBS’s Conan, and has previously appeared on Comedy Central's Adam Devine's House Party and The Meltdown, NBC's Last Call, Viceland’s Flophouse, Seeso’s Guest List and was a semifinalist on Last Comic Standing. His animated show The Long Legs can be seen on MTV's rebirth of Liquid Television.
He was featured in LA Weekly's Top 10 Comedy Acts to Watch in 2014 and 2015 Best Comedy Duo (with Karen Kilgariff), as well as Splitsider's Top 10 Up & Coming Acts in LA in 2015. Drennon is a recurring presence at music and comedy festivals all over the world including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, SXSW, Riot LA Alternative Comedy Festival, Bonnaroo, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Outside Lands, the Oddball Comedy Festival and many more.
PRESS QUOTES -
“If you venture into this awkward yet ultimately rewarding late-night show, you may well come out of it thinking that Drennon Davis is a bit of a genius.” - The Times (UK)
“it's no surprise that a show produced by Fringe favorites the Pajama Men should possess this brand of offbeat slacker charm....Tune in,for a show that's high on concept and adept in execution” - The Guardian
“If Davis isn’t the world’s foremost radio impressionist he’s definitely tuned somewhere near the top... The Imaginary Radio Program may just be the most inspiring show about what you can create when your entire world revolves around radio, and not just your genitals.” – Fest
"***** Highly original and delivered with joy and great technique" - New European
“Brilliantly stupid, f***ing ridiculous & random as hell.” Fringe Biscuit
“He epitomizes a true artist.” - Chortle