"It's like a brand new Tupperware set, Bobby!"

As we all continue to come down off the amazing high of yesterday's total eclipse, which was truly breathtaking in the areas of the state that had totality, Maine's funniest comedian put in his two cents on the events, and as you can imagine, they are really funny.

It's always funny when Bob makes fun of his family members, and in two Facebook videos posted on Monday, he did his impression of his Aunt Dotty watching the eclipse. Her "comments" are priceless.

If you are itching to get out of the house and see him in person, Bob Marley has just announced another date, right here in the Bangor area.

On Sunday, May 19th, at 7:30 pm, he will return to the Morgan Hill Event in Hermon, for another fun-filled night of stand-up comedy, and his unique brand of Maine humor. Morgan Hill is located at 82 Morgan Hill Lane, in Hermon.

Tickets are $36.50, they can be purchased on his website

He also will perform upcoming shows in Dover-Foxcroft, and Bar Harbor.

Marley grew up in Bangor, before moving to Portland. He has said "his "dad had no idea there was a singer named Bob Marley." He attended the University of Maine at Farmington, where he realized wanted to pursue comedy as his career.

As his career was taking off, Marley moved to California and lived there for several years, but moved back to Maine in 2005.

Most of his stand-up routines are about about life here in the State of Maine.

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