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Whether discussing his career in comedy or in public service, Franken delivers a singular experienceleaving audiences thoroughly entertained, more knowledgeable, and either optimistic or extremely depressed about our nation's future - depending on how he
Award-winning comedian, media personality and former senator Al Franken heads on a nationwide tour where audiences will get a first-hand insight into the public figure's fascinating life. From his start as a writer on SNL during the '70s and '80s to his time as a senator in Minnesota to his two Grammys, five Emmys and four books that hit the New York Times #1 best-seller list, Franken will have plenty to talk about.
The New York native is well known for his left-wing talk show, 'The Al Franken Show' which aired from 2004 to 2007. The show interviewed voices who were known for their left-wing views and provided commentary that spoke out against the George W. Bush Administration who were in office at the time.
This tour comes just after Franken's resignation as a senator and illustrates his parting words "I may be giving up my seat, but not my voice."
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