NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Veteran comedian Reno Collier, famous for his blue collar humor, reintroduces himself and answers Who is Reno Collier? with new album available today. In support of his new project, Collier was a guest on TBN’s “Huckabee” over the weekend. Watch his segment HERE.
Stream or download Who Is Reno Collier? HERE.
Who Is Reno Collier? is a story-telling album from Collier and is available through 800 Pound Gorilla Records. Collier’s stories are the type told over beers after payday on a construction site. Collier’s like your favorite uncle whose stories–totally inappropriate for the Thanksgiving table–make you spit out your corn pudding from laughter.
Collier is best known for his Comedy Central special, and the Blue Collar Comedy Tour with Jeff Foxworthy, Ron White and Larry the Cable Guy. Currently fans can catch Collier as a weekly guest on nationally syndicated radio shows Big D & Bubba and The Bob & Tom Show and shows throughout the Southeast. Collier will kick off 2022 with his debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage, performing January 14.
RENO COLLIER ON TOUR:
Dec. 16-19 StarDome Comedy Club – Hoover, Ala.
Dec. 31 Snappers Grill & Comedy Club – Palm Harbor, Fla.
Jan. 14 Grand Ole Opry – Nashville, Tenn.
Jan. 20-23 Funny Bone – St. Louis, Mo.
Jan. 28 Walhalla Performing Arts Center – Walhalla, S.C.
Jan. 29 Don Gibson Theater – Shelby, N.C.
Feb. 10-12 The Grove – Lowell, Ark.
Feb. 25 American Legion – Lebanon, Ind.
Feb. 26 Shriners – Kokomo, Ind.
Mar. 04 Key Palace – Redkey, Ind.
Mar. 05 Eagles Lodge – Plainfield, Ind.
Mar. 11 Jeslyn Performing Arts – Huntington, W.V.
Mar. 12 Adelphia Music Hall – Parkersburg, W.V.
ABOUT RENO COLLIER:
A former P.E. teacher, Reno Collier has endeared himself to a wide range of audiences. Reno’s journey began at the Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta, GA where he tended bar to supplement his day job. One night he found himself on stage during the weekly open mic night. His unique outlook on life – mixed with a six-pack – was instantly popular and provided a platform to launch a career as a comedian. Reno has built a reputation by selling out comedy clubs and colleges nationwide. In 2004 he joined Larry The Cable Guy on the hugely successful Tour of America. Following the success of that tour, in 2005 Reno taped his own Comedy Central Presents half-hour special. Reno’s other national tours look more like a comedian’s wish-list than a resume, including theater and arena tours with the legendary Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Ron White. From January 2007-2016, he re-joined Larry the Cable Guy for his wildly successful arena tour spanning the United States and Canada. Reno’s past TV credits include NBC’s Late Friday, The Martin Short Show, TBS’s Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation, his own Comedy Central Special, and The Roast of Larry the Cable Guy. He also appeared in CMT’S holiday special, Larry the Cable Guy’s Hula Palooza Christmas Luau and the 2012 special Them Idiots. Reno also made appearances in the feature films Witless Protection (2008) and Jingle All the Way 2 (2014). Through the years, Reno has headlined the Comics on Duty tour for American troops stationed in the Middle East, Africa, and all over the world. He is a weekly correspondent on the Bob & Tom and regular guest on the Big D and Bubba syndicated radio shows and Country Music Television (CMT), hosting various specials for the network. He was a cohost on the Sirius Satellite Radio show Chewing the Fat with fellow comedian Leanne Morgan for 3 years. Reno has performed at prestigious comedy festivals such as HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, CO, as well as Just for Laughs in Montreal where he just performed his third gala. Reno’s personable comedy makes him a hosting favorite, having hosted NBC’s summer family reality show Great American Road Trip, AXIS TV’s Gotham Live, multiple CMT specials and Animal Planet’s competition series, Top Hooker. Reno taped a comedy special for Dry Bar Comedy and hosted an episode of STAND UP NASHIVLLE at Zanies Comedy Club for the Circle Network in 2020. Reno is also the national spokesperson for A Soldier’s Child, an organization that serves the children of fallen military personnel.