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Saturday, January 27, 2018

Ep. 96 - D.K. Hamilton

Hello and welcome to The Rob Burgess Show. I am, of course, your host, Rob Burgess. On this, our 96th episode, our guest is D.K. Hamilton.
A “student of human behavior,” D.K. Hamilton is a nationally-touring comic, entertaining audiences with his unique, smart, and sardonic takes on pop culture, race, and relationships. Named “Funniest Person in Grand Rapids” by Grand Rapids Magazine for two consecutive years and featured in its March 2013 issue, D. K. finds humor in examining the things that we secretly believe but are too polite to say out loud. Using his ability to entertain a great variety of audiences without resorting to lowest common denominator humor, D.K. Hamilton was entertained at the Laugh Detroit Comedy Festival, performed in the FOX 101.3 Brew Ha Ha, competed in Cleveland Comedy Festival, performed in the Limestone Comedy Festival, and performed in Gilda’s Laughfest including being selected to perform twice in Laughfest's Best" show. D.K. Hamilton is featured in the award-winning webseries "Lucky Jay".
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