Celebrate the Life of Big Daddy Graham at the Colonial Theater

Philadelphia was rocked last week with the sad news of Big Daddy Graham’s sudden passing, but fans of the beloved WIP radio host and comedian can celebrate his life with a charity tribute at the Colonial Theater in Phoenixville next week.

“ONE OF A KIND: A Tribute to Big Daddy Graham” will be held at the Colonial Theater in Phoenixville on Friday, Sept. 24, at 8 p.m. Proceeds from the show will go to Magee Rehabilitation Hospital. Details for the event can be found on Facebook here. Tickets can be purchased at this link.

Glen Macnow, an old friend and colleague of Big Daddy, announced the event this morning on Twitter.

Join Macnow, Joe Conklin, Skip Dennenberg, Spins Nitely and more at the tribute for a man who meant so much to the Philadelphia community. Here’s what you can expect at the event:

“Celebrating Big Daddy Graham, the man so often described as “One Of A Kind!”, with a night of stories, comedy, music and laughs…. plenty of laughs!! Join Joe Conklin, Glen Macnow, Skip Dennenberg, Spins Nitely, radio hosts, celebrities, comics, friends, some musical guests and even some callers, along with video tributes and zoom call-ins on the big screen. …he wanted a parade, but this is the best we could do! Of course, this is not the same show you purchased tickets for, so we’re happy to offer a refund, but It’s gonna be a great night and we hope you’ll join us!”

Two Funny Philly Guys were originally scheduled for a show on Sept. 24. All tickets purchased for that event will be honored for the Big Daddy Graham tribute.

Let’s bring out a great crowd for a great man and raise some money for a fabulous organization. See you there.

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