Quickly moving from character to character, Gordie Brown is a master impressionist. Audiences may hear Ossie Osborn, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Ted Koppel of Night Line, and a drunk Billy Joel with Elton John.
Gordie Brown is not the typical impressionist. While many impressionists rely on jokes made famous by the person they are doing, or by facial impressions or significant musical numbers pertaining to a certain celebrity, Gordie Brown does all that and more, including creating his own jokes to go with the character. He is known as a brilliant writer of witty dialogue and song parodies, and combines his comedic touch with a gift for mimicking voices to create his unique and very entertaining show. Gordie Brown's Louis Armstrong impression is recognized as one of the best. Quickly moving from character to character, Gordie Brown is a master impressionist.
Within 20 minutes, audiences may hear Ossie Osborn, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Ted Koppel of Night Line, and a drunk Billy Joel with Elton John. Singing impressionist Gordie Brown's awards include: Best Comedian & Best Entertainer 2003, Nevada magazine; Best Casino Show 2003, Reno Gazette Journal; Entertainer of the Year 2002, Sacramento.com; Best Casino Show 2002, Reno Gazette Journal; and Best New Show & Best New Entertainer 2002, Nevada magazine. Gordie Brown continues to perform on stage with more than 100 shows a year, for such corporations as Ford, AT&T, PepsiCo, and Motorola.