Alum Dominic Del Bene Launches Pet-a-Llama Comedy Festival
PRESS DEMOCRAT (SANTA ROSA) -- Born in San Francisco, Del Bene, 37, moved to Santa Rosa with his parents when he was 10. He graduated from Maria Carrillo High School in 1999 and went on to San Francisco State University. He remained in the Bay Area to pursue his music and comedy production career, working for Rooftop Comedy and Audible.com.
Four years ago, he settled with his family in Petaluma, where he has founded his own company, Blonde Medicine. He has already released Geoff Tate’s comedy album People Are What People What People Make ‘Em. Other projects planned this year will feature Nato Green, Brian Babylon, Nore Davis, Ian Abramson, Zach Sherwin and more.