Born in 1977, Tyson Purcell is a Cheesehead that thinks a little too much about where on the Jedi/Sith continuum he would fall. Now living in Madison, he looks to his exuberantly candid preadolescent daughter for new sources of humility as she points out the flaws inherent to constantly flying by the seat of his pants. He is an affably blunt tool of honesty ready to relate his up-lifting narratives about death, depression, fatherhood, technical support, and Taco Bell.
Woody Allen. Steven Wright. Emo Philips. Mitch Hedberg. These are all names. Kevin Schwartz is another example of a name. Kevin has opened for such comics as Rory Scovel, Al Madrigal, and Jon Dore, and has opened doors for such comics as Brian Regan and Mike Schmidt. Kevin lives in Madison and has the world's largest collection of awkward pauses.