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MG's show is a high-energy medley of original observations and clever self-criticism with his own brand of southern flavor. The best part of MG's show is that it can work anywhere because it is clean. He leaves out the profanity and smut and still consistently delivers solid, hilarious shows that can fit into a corporate function just as easily as they succeed in a rowdy nightclub. Another winning feature in MG's show is his ability to think on his feet; he's highly intuitive about audiences and can quickly read a room and customize each show for each crowd, rearranging and adding improv to his scripted material of topics ranging from growing up in the country, to precarious dating situations, to surviving as a metrosexual. No two shows are alike, but one thing remains constant: MG's comedy is always a sure thing. MG was born and raised in Cheraw, South Carolina, a town that is cliche rural America. His mother was an owner/operator of a Western Auto Store, his father a Baptist minister, and MG just spent most of his childhood in trouble. Noticing how well he could keep the attention of adults while telling stories about his adventures, MG's mother told him then that he would either become a politician or a preacher. He had intended to have a career in entertainment when he earned a degree in music, but thought he might have a better chance of moving out of his parents' house if he worked in corporate America. But after being fired from five different jobs, he got the impression that a white collar job might not be his thing. Now MG is thriving as a comedian, with performance credits including the New Orleans Comedy Festival 'Comedy Town Project,' headlining the current 'Country Comedy Tour' and appearing on radio shows such as the Rick and Bubba show and the Madd Maxx Morning Show. Also, he can be heard regularly on Sirius Satellite Radio.