Herb Burns specializes in storytelling for social justice. Racial discrimination, and work related exploitation are his main topics. Characters are brought to life with life like voice impersonations of a variety of nationalities. Your audience will believe they are on the scene witnessing subtle and blatant forms of racism in work place environments. More importantly your guest will be able to pinpoint signs of discrimination and draw valuable lessons.
Herb has accumulated this unique skill by handing over presentations for community based organizations in New York City and Cleveland schools. His most recent event was presented at Walsh Jesuit high school. Check the review.
Price Range: $400
Gig Length: 60 - 60 minutes
What to Expect
Herb Burns will give baby boomer audiences the experience of living good old memories from the past. With that said Herb is a sound a like artist not a look a like artist.
Herb Burns a baby boomer voice impersonator was given a gift to duplicate voices as a child.
Later on he cultivated his craft to duplicating voices of African American celebrities and well known celebrities from the 60's. His impersonations are a old school style which sound just like the original characters and are combined funny skits.
Additional Booking Notes
There are times when Herb will require background music for his skits.
Past Booked Events
|February 06, 2018 • 10:30am - 10:45am||Cultural Event|
Influences & Inspiration
Herb Burns influences include Rich Little, Richard Pryor, Marin Landau, and Ross Martin.
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