Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor Jr. are two Sactown natives who followed their dreams in comedy. They’ve shared almost everything together, from countless travels on the open road to the stage, where audiences burst into endless laughter. This year, these brothers from other mothers want to bring their show back to the 916 in celebration of getting another year older, to the Punch Line Sacramento (2100 Arden Way) on Wednesday, March 4 at 8 p.m. Come see Jensen who’s been on two Submerge covers, released a book (Punching Nazis and Other Good Ideas) and made six comedy albums, including his recent project, Unclean. As for Taylor, he’s written columns for Huffington Post and shared stages with the likes of Robin Williams, Doug Stanhope and Dave Attell. General Admission is $18.50 in advance and $20.50 on the day of show. This show is for ages 18 and older, so leave the little ones at home. Also, the Callback Bar is now open at 5:30 p.m. on show days. If you swing by early for happy hour, then you have the opportunity to enter the show first before the regular line! For more information, visit

**This write-up first appeared in print on page 10 of issue #312 (Feb. 26 – March 11, 2020)**