Tim Hawkins brings down the house at the beautiful Carson Center in Paducah, Kentucky. In the unique style that his fans love, Tim delivers gut-punching standup along with his trademark song parodies and original music. A former All-American baseball player, Tim traded the sports stage for the comedy stage and never looked back.
Hilarious Comedy by Stand-Up Comedian Tim Hawkins, Clean Fun and Laughter For The Whole Family!
One of the greatest tenor saxophonists in jazz is in top form on this electrifying video that includes performances where Hawkins plays with fellow tenor man Sonny Rollins ("Just Friends") and trombonist J.J. Johnson and trumpeter Fats Navarro ("Half Step Down"). Includes three tunes from the short-lived, late-1950s TV series "Jazz Party," a song from a network TV appearance and a rare performance from a TV pilot that featured Hawkins.
Beatrice De Vere (Daphne Pollard), a wealthy eccentric, owns a fabulous diamond that is coveted by others. Thusly begins a slapstick farce that involves two dumb New York cops, with cockney accents, a menacing butler who also tells fortunes, and a gorilla who drives a motorcycle and pilots an airplane.
In this new 90 minute concert special, Tim once again weaves us into the fabric of his whacked-out world, from the horribleness of generic groceries to a painful tubing trip in Minnesota. He delves into the strangeness of Mom Phrases, bravely asking what the rest of us have been wondering since childhood: What in sweet mercy does lolly-gagging mean? Is gallavanting an IKEA dish?
It is approaching mid-November in Dogpatch and this his bad news for all the bachelors, including Li'l Abner, as "Sadie Hawkins Day" is nearing. That is the day that all the bachelors in Dogpatch have to run in the race in which all the unmarried homely gals---which is all of them except Daisy Mae Scragg and Moonbeam McSwine--and old maids and grass widows then chase the bachelors and can marry the one they catch before sundown. Confirmed-bachelor Li'l Abner, as always, is the prime-target as the prize catch and Daisy Mae, as always, has a new plan that will ensure she catches him.
Recorded live at The Warehouse in Little Rock, Push Pull Point Pow delivers 80 minutes of new stand-up from Tim. Includes live performances of fan favorite songs including Yoga Pants, Colonoscopy, and Pretty Pink Tractor.
Tim Hawkins returns to the Bananas stage for his 2nd act of great standup and musical parodies that the whole family will love. From being the best home-school principal, to an 8-track cassette lover through and through, Tim explores the insanity of our technology crazed world. Tim also explains the difficulty of eating well in our fast-food culture- especially when you have a thing for doughnut glaze. With a bunch of great new material, Act 2 of Bananas Featuring Tim Hawkins is more than just stand up comedy. It's a variety show featuring interviews of the not-so-serious kind, as well as some hilarious unscripted moments caught on tape. Best of all, it's good clean fun for the entire family!
I'm No Rockstar delivers 90 minutes of Tim Hawkins twisted comedic arsenal including straight stand-up, acoustic guitar comedy, and full-blown rock concert bits. Recorded live at The MetroCenter in Arlington, Texas, this performance is filled with fan-favorites.
“Greatest Hits & Greatest Bits” contains 25 awesome musical hits (20 live performance and 5 music videos) and 43 fan-favorite stand up bits that span 10 years of Tim’s career. Get a behind the scenes look at Tim’s past projects with his exclusive interviews. Plus, we included 35 minutes of rare archived concert footage from "Tim Hawkins LIVE!" (2002) available exclusively on this project.
Filmed before a sold out crowd in Dallas, "Full Range of Motion" contains nearly 2 hours of stand up comedy and bonus features: • Tim's full length concert (74 min) • "A Life in the Day" with Tim • Deleted concert scenes • Guest Comedian: Cleto Rodriguez • 5 x 2:00 promotional concert clips
Singer-songwriter Sophie B. Hawkins, who broke into mainstream success with her 1992 hit "Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover," is a talented writer and performer whose songs are both emotional and intelligent. In this musical portrait of the artist, director Gigi Gaston combines concert footage with intimate clips of Hawkins in everyday life for a film that gets to the heart of Hawkins's turbulent emotional world and artistic journey.
This is the WORST. 90 minutes of terrible! From comedy legend Tim Hawkins comes an all new live concert performance featuring new stand-up comedy as well as the brilliant musical comedy his fans love and demand. That's the Worst features a full length concert from Tim, and includes a performance from John Crist, the opening act from the night of filming.
In this inspirational concert, gospel artist Walter Hawkins delivers a memorable evening of music, performing selections from his "Song in My Heart" album. Tracks include "Ever-Loving Father," "Forgiving God," "All I Know," "We Sing Praises," "Highest Praise," "Agree," "Give It to Jesus," "A Prayer Away," "Marvelous," a tribute to the Staple Singers, and a medley of "When the Battle Is Over" and "I'm Going Away."
Narrated by Dan Aykroyd, this documentary tribute celebrates rock 'n' roll pioneer Ronnie Hawkins. Packed with performance footage and celebrity interviews, the program focuses on a year in Hawkins's life during which he was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer, then experienced an amazing recovery. Song clips include "Forty Days," "Blues Stroller," "Bittersweet," "Need Your Lovin' (Oh So Bad)," "Blue-Eyed Baby" and more.
Jazz Icons: Coleman Hawkins presents two incredible concerts from 1962 and 1964 featuring 140 minutes of music. Both concerts feature stellar European and American side-musicians including Harry “Sweets” Edison on trumpet and drummer “Papa” Jo Jones – both jazz legends in their own right. The 1962 show is a newly-discovered one-hour concert from the Adolphe Sax Festival in Belgium, which has never been seen. Coleman Hawkins, “The Father of Jazz Saxophone,” demonstrates in these two concerts why he is still considered one of the most important innovators in the history of jazz.
Portrait of an important American musician through the testimonies of fellow musicians and people from his environment, but also through archival material and documents from various stages of his life and career.
In 1963, a magazine called Show commissioned me to make a promotion film for them. I conceived the film as a film periodical devoted to the arts. I filmed Erick Hawkins and Lucia Dlugoszewksi for the film. The Show people looked at the raw cut of the film, decided they hated it, and asked me to turn all the materials over to them. I kept the workprint and some of the outs. That accounts for the generally poor quality of the image. I should add that I consider Lucia Dlugoszewski one of the most important contemporary composers. ― Jonas Mekas
Hawkins is a television series which aired for one season on CBS between 1973 and 1974. The mystery, created by Robert Hamner and David Karp, starred James Stewart as rural-bred lawyer Billy Jim Hawkins, who investigated the cases he was involved in, similarly to Stewart's earlier smash hit movie Anatomy of a Murder. Despite being critically well received and winning a Golden Globe Award, the series was cancelled after one season consisting of seven 90-minute episodes. Stewart requested the cancellation since he believed that the quality of scripts and directors in television could not continuously measure up to the level to which he was accustomed with theatrical films. Seen as part of The New CBS Tuesday Night Movies, it alternated with the TV movie adaptations of Shaft. Contemporary analysts suggested that since the two shows appealed to vastly different audience bases, alternating them only served to confuse fans of both series, giving neither one the time to build up a large viewership.
Hawkins Falls, Population 6200 is the first successful American television soap opera. Sponsored by Unilever's blue detergent, Surf, the program began as a one hour comedy-drama on June 17, 1950, and ran in prime time on the NBC network until October 12, 1950. On April 2, 1951, the series was moved to a fifteen-minute daytime slot, where it was retitled Hawkins Falls: A Television Novel, and developed into a soap opera format. Hawkins Falls ran until July 1, 1955, making it NBC's longest running soap opera until The Doctors exceeded it in 1967. The town of Hawkins Falls was patterned after the real-life town of Woodstock, Illinois.