VIDEO: Brian Haner Rocks Out on Rumble in the Morning

VIDEO: Brian Haner Rocks Out on Rumble in the Morning

Brian Haner stopped by this morning from the Virginia Beach Funny Bone. Watch him rock out on his guitar. He will be at the Funny Bone this weekend. Get Tickets

Haner stepped on stage at The Improv Comedy Club in Los Angeles for the first time as a standup comedian in the summer of 2006. Within six months he was working the comedy circuit full-time, playing to packed houses and getting rave reviews. Most recently, he has been touring with Jeff Dunham – performing and writing songs for Jeff’s upcoming Comedy Central Christmas special and DVD.

In 2007, he lended his talents to the latest Warner Bros. CD by his son’s VMA award winning band, Avenged Sevenfold. “Watching my son succeed at such a high level and being able to help him has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life – and he gives me free guitar strings.”

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