An Inspiring Musician, Comedian, and Keynote Speaker

















"Interactive Comedy At Its Finest"

What Does He Do?

bullet1.gif (122 bytes) The Impressions
Elvis the "King of Rock" as "Elvis the King of Spoon". A heavy Metal spoon player with a 10 inch tongue. And much more.
bullet1.gif (122 bytes) The Guns of Mass Destruction
The Spoon Man has an old fashion gun draw with an audience member who is causing trouble. The guns are
highly explosive Nerf play weapons.
bullet1.gif (122 bytes) The Mountain Band
Four members from the audience are chosen randomly or preselected , to participate in his hilarious rendition of Rocky Top Tennessee. Beards, wigs, and hats transform these participants.
(don
't forget the camera for this one)
bullet1.gif (122 bytes) Getting Spooned
You will literally turn black & blue with laughter as the Spoon Man comes out into the audience and spoons you. Everyone must get SPOONED, which is a lot better than getting FORKED or KNIFED.
bullet1.gif (122 bytes) The Flaming Spoons of Death
Grab a hold of your loved ones. This is a shocker. Of course being such a dangerous trick an audience member assists him. After creating an inferno of fire on his spoons, he then plays them all over his body or is it his assistant's body?

Some Of The Nice Things People Have Said

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UNIST - Linda Waring

"I just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your Show last night. I have not laughed that hard in a long time.
Fellow employees are actually commenting on how much fun they had and are reminiscing about all that went
on. That never happens after a
UNISSST party!!! I hope to catch you show somewhere again some time.
Thanks for working so hard to
ensure that everyone had a good time."

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Cash Register Sales And Services, INC. - Jay Gorter
"Jim, we would like to thank you for the exciting show you provided for all of us here at CRS. I found the way you incorporated the audience participation into your act extremely original and entertaining. We look forward to having you perform for us again at one of our next company events. "
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Ship-Pac - Carol Shupe
"Jim, everyone had a lot of fun. Your performance was energetic and entertaining. We especially enjoyed the audience participation with the Hillbilly Band. I'm sure we will not soon forget Billy-Bob, Billy-Bart, Billy-Bert, & Billy-Bill (and neither will they!). Thanks again. Have a Merry Christmas."
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308th AIRDROME SQUADRON 5th Air Force World War II - Herb Sterling
"Jim, thank you for the delightful program you put on for the folks at our reunion! We had many comments on the unique and interesting performance you gave. Thanks again for being with us, and for willing to work us into your schedule on short notice, as well as accepting a modest honorarium for such a fine program."
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Meijer, Inc. - Melody Roede, Promotions Coordinator / Marketing
"Jim, we at Meijer would like to thank you for your great performances at the Meijer Grand Food Fair. The unofficial totals are in and it looks like attendance for the three day fair will reach well over 70,000 people! We also appreciated your flexibility and professionalism. Your enthusiasm greatly contributed to the success of our show."
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Michigan Millers Mutual Insurance Company - Bob Mandeville, President
"Jim, I would once again like to thank you for entertaining us with your comedy/musical presentation. I have received a number of positive comments on your performance; people mentioned they enjoyed the refreshing change form the usual entertainment. The Hillbilly Band was a big hit, I never knew how much 'talent' we had around the company!"
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Steelcase Inc - Deb Vandermolen, Services Administrator
"Jim, thank you for your fine performance. Your performance was engaging and a great deal of fun, both for the audience and the 'volunteers' whom you offered a 'moment' in the 'spotlight'. Not many of us had ever been 'SPOONED' before, as you can well imagine. Thank you for a thoroughly professional performance."
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First Federal of Michigan - Oraml L. Saathoff
"I would like to commend you for an excellent and appropriate program. I received many favorable comments, and I appreciated your extra effort. Enclosed is a small tip for you. Again thank you for sharing your talents with us."
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Champion Die Incorporated - Robert Champion, President
"We would like to thank you for helping make our recent Christmas Party with our employees one of our best ever. We certainly found your act to be most entertaining. Possibly the 'audience participation' part was most enjoyed. Even the 'shy' ones you enticed had to admit that it was fun. The art of playing the spoons which you exhibit is well done and the special tricks (such as flaming spoons) really make your act special. We really did enjoy your act and would highly recommend it to others for functions such as ours."
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Harrow Industries, Inc - Gloria Goosen, Administrative Assistant
"I am writing to add my praise to the laurels of 'The Spoon Man'. As is the case with anyone who plans entertainment for their Christmas Party, I was looking for just the right entertainment. I wanted something that would involve our group and 'loosen' everyone up. Jim and his spoons definitely came through for me. He did a great job of providing us with just that kind of entertainment! Everyone had fun and it was a hilarious evening! The days following the party have been pleasant for me. I have received so many compliments from my co-workers, who all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. As you can tell, I would highly recommend 'The Spoon Man' to any group looking for an entertaining evening of wholesome fun!"
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Oakland County Parks - Caryl Lindsay, Program Specialist
"Jim, we would like to offer a sincere thank you for providing entertainment at Groveland Oaks and Addison Oaks County Parks. Campers of all ages were entertained by your talent."
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