Kathy Griffin heads back to
Music City

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America’s favorite celebrity dirt-dishing D-List comedienne Kathy Griffin will stop in Nashville on Saturday, Sept. 22, at 8:00 p.m. at TPAC’s Jackson Hall, and we want YOU to be there on our dime!

Simply send us an email to [email protected] with “Kathy” in the subject line to enter to win a pair of tickets. Be sure to include a day-time phone number in your entry so we can let you know you’ve won.

Tickets for Kathy Griffin, known as the “Queen of the D-List” thanks to her popular Bravo television series, are also on sale now (if you want to go the safe, sure thing route). They are priced at $50, $45 and $40, plus a $2.50 per ticket facility fee. They can be purchased at the TPAC Box Office (Downtown or at Davis-Kidd Booksellers in the Mall at Green Hills) or at or any Ticketmaster location, including local Kroger Stores and Macy’s locations. You can even charge by phone at (615) 255-2787 or buy online at www.tpac.org or www.ticketmaster.com.

A little more about everyone’s favorite D-Lister…

Emmy nominated Chicago native, Griffin, a multi-faceted performer with a rapid fire wit, is probably best known for her four-year stint on the NBC sitcom “Suddenly Susan” as Vickie Groener, Brooke Shields’ acerbic colleague.

After moving west and joining the famed Los Angeles Groundlings comedy improvisational troupe, Kathy began building her resume with guest starring roles on such series as “ER” and “Seinfeld” – where she created recurring character Sally Weaver.

After her various TV guest spots, Kathy began gaining notice as a stand-up comedienne and landed her own “HBO Half Hour Comedy Special.” In 1998, HBO gave Kathy her own One-Hour Special, “A Hot Cup of Talk.”

Kathy has supplied voices for characters on the animated series “Dilbert” and “The Simpsons,” and she appeared in a dual role on the “X-Files” as well as in Eminem’s video, “The Real Slim Shady,” which was co-directed by Dr. Dre.

Kathy has co-hosted The Billboard Music Awards three years in a row and appeared on numerous talk shows including “Late Night with David Letterman,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Howard Stern” and “The View,” as well as having been featured in the films “It’s Pat” and “Four Rooms” among others.

Kathy has a great passion for reality TV. She took part in and won “Celebrity Mole” on ABC, and then hosted the NBC reality series “Average Joe” as well as the MTV series, “Kathy’s So-Called Reality.”

Kathy has performed two very successful stand-up specials for Bravo. The first in 2005 called “Kathy Griffin….Is Not Nicole Kidman” and the second in May of 2006 called “Strong Black Woman.” Kathy’s DVD stand-up special “Allegedly” is in stores now.

In August 2005 Kathy’s reality show, “Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List,” debuted on Bravo to rave reviews. The second season of “Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List” has just been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Reality Program. The third season of “Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List” premiered in June of this year.

For tour dates and more information on all things Kathy, check out her website at www.kathygriffin.net.