Cristela Alonzo is a Latino female comic from Texas. After becoming interested in theater at the age of 13, she'd end up pursuing it during an ill-fated college tenure. Despite not graduating, Alonzo left school and moved to Dallas, where she tried to break into the world of stand-up comedy. After deciding that the Lone Star State wasn't the best area to get noticed, she moved to Los Angeles in 2005, where she quickly established herself as a provocative and brash comedic talent.
The Utah Grizzlies is an American ice hockey team that competes in the ECHL. Founded in 1988, the team
plays its home games at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah. The franchise was one of the founding teams in the East Coast Hockey League and changed names and cities several times before settling as the Utah Grizzlies in 2005.
The Randy Rogers Band is a country music quintet based in Texas that is led by lead vocalist Randy Rogers who formed the band in the year 2000. Since the band's debut album Live at Cheatham Street Warehouse in 2002, the Randy Rogers Band has grown to become one of the most lucrative country music acts on the scene today, earning over $2.5 million as an up-and-coming act on the tour circuit in a single year. However, the band seems to reside on the outskirts of mainstream country music, which still adds a certain something to the band's allure for listeners who appreciate the the Randy Rogers Band's lack of willingness to "sell out," so to speak.
North Carolina-born, Nashville-based singer Erich Church is one of country music's most revered figures. Charting multiple hit singles through the early 2000s, Church had a number one album with 2011's Chief. The album's success brought Church an Academy of Country Music Award for Top New Solo Vocalist. Church's music draws on many of country music's favorite tropes, including drinking, love and a blue collar lifestyle.