Shain Brenden is a comedian, writer, TV personality, and full-time handsome person based in Portland, Oregon. He hosts the NBC Sports show called “Blazers Outsiders” where he gets to bring his two loves together: comedy and the NBA. He also runs a weekly show called “You’re Welcome” noted in the Willamette Weekly as one of the “Best Standup Showcases in Portland” along with a featured article in The Oregonian as a “Comic Making a Splash” in Portland. A University of Memphis alumni, Shain’s proudest moment was when he threw a half-eaten corn dog at Eli Manning (got stuck in his helmet) during a Memphis vs. Ole Miss game in 2003.
Neeraj Srinivasan is a first generation Indian-American comedian from Boise, ID now residing in Portland, OR. He regales audiences with his remarkable takes on dealing with race relations, millennial life and the immigrant experience through stories from his unconventional childhood or misadventures and platitudes of adult life, while maintaining his enthusiasm and whimsical attitude. Neeraj has performed in venues all over the Northwest in addition to being featured in “Portlandia” as well as the Out Of Bounds Comedy Festival, Gilda’s Laughfest, Treefort Music Festival and Undertow Comedy Festival.
Jake Silberman is a Portland based stand up who might best be described as a hopeful misanthrope. Ranging from a day on the bus to race relations, Jake's material, as well as his penchant for crowd work and off the top observations, are making him a sharp name in Portland’s thriving comedy scene. Jake was a finalist in the 2017 Portland’s Funniest Person Contest. He is a regular host and feature at Helium comedy club, and has opened for Norm Macdonald, Kyle Kinane, Joey Diaz and many more. Jake has performed on the Mutiny Radio, Charm City, 10,000 Laughs and Sacramento Comedy Festivals.