Rodney Carrington wanted to be a country music singer growing up in Longview, Texas. It's something he still incorporates into his stand up act today. But he realized early on that he could make people laugh. He honed his craft in his hometown, gradually touring the country. He admits that his big break was when he appeared on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show, heard weekday mornings from 5-9 on B102.7.

From there, doors opened to more and more clubs outside the south, including his first trip to Sioux Falls in 1997. We had him at a place called Twisters in Tea, SD. He absolutely slayed! About 18 months later, we brought him back to town for a pair of holiday shows at Borrowed Bucks. Again, despite an ice storm that night, the bar filled up for two hilarious shows.

The more he was on Bob & Tom, the more his legend grew. We had to book the Sioux Falls Arena to house all his fans, as we've done again this Saturday night. Tickets are still available at the Arena box office and all ticketmaster locations.

The legend of Rodney grew as ABC TV gave Carrington his own sitcom, simply titled Rodney for two seasons based on his life and his comedy act.

Country music star Toby Keith contacted Rodney to write with and star with in the big screen comedy Beer For My Horses.

Rodney has released six best-selling comedy albums and even hit the Top 40 a couple years ago on country music radio with a Christmas song called Camouflage and Christmas Lights.

Don't miss a night of gut busting laughs and stories this Saturday night at the Sioux Falls Arena as B102.7 welcomes our old buddy, and the dirtiest little cowboy you'll ever see, Rodney Carrington back to town!

Here's Rodney's best-known song ever. The NSFW ditty Letter To My Penis