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Kip Addotta

Kip Addotta (Michael Schwartz/Wireimage)
Kip Addotta (Michael Schwartz/Wireimage)

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September 30, 2020 "God is a God of all Comfort"
August 26, 2020 "We dated for awhile in the 1970's. Then ran into him in Vegas where we were both performing coincidentally. R.I.P. funny man." - Linda Starr (Phoenix, AZ)
January 09, 2020 "It was the 1980's. A Heathkit FM radio tuner and two ginormous Altec Lansing speakers were perched atop my dresser. Each Sunday night I'd tune into the Dr. Demento Show which aired at 10PM on CFNY out of Toronto- (RIP Martin Streek). It was a nice way to end the weekend after playing outside all day. One night, Kip's Wet Dream song was prominently featured along with Al Yankovic. The next day in school we'd talk about the highlights of the show and Kip's song was at the top of our discussion. We were like, did you hear that song with all of the aquatic puns? Everyone would recite a portion it and reflect on the talent of the guy who wrote and performed it. There was another song called Fish Heads, done by Barnes and Barnes which I consider the companion piece to Kip's Wet Dream.
Rest in Peace, sir. The laughs you brought to a group of restless teens in Buffalo, NY are an endearing part of life that I'll never forget." - K. P. (Kenmore, NY)
November 30, 2019 "God is a God of all Comfort and he will Comfort the family's...My condolence to the Addotta family's.."
September 03, 2019 "As the days and weeks pass,and as you return to life's routine,may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends."
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Obituary for Kip Addotta
Kip Addotta was a comedian known for his appearances on “The Tonight Show” and the Dr. Demento radio show. He was beloved for his unique sense of...
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