Margaret Cho is "Fresh off the Bloat" and coming to the Central Valley.
Cho has had a long career on stage, (both as a stand-up and with her one-woman shows) and television. She had her own show on ABC in the 1990s and won an Emmy playing Kim Jong-il on "30 Rock." She was also in the film "Face/Off," if you want to venture into the cult classics and has dipped into the music business some, too.
She has also become a vocal activist for LGBQT issues and is openly bisexual.
Rollins made his name as the shirtless singer of the punk band Black Flag in the 1980s. He fronted his own Rollins Band during the 1990s and had video hits with songs like "Liar." Thank you Beavis and Butthead. He broke away from music to focus on acting (on TV in "Sons of Anarchy" for one), writing (he has his own publishing company and had a long-running column in LA Weekly) and spoken word performances.
He's also become an avid traveler, hence the tour's name.
Rollins performed at the Tower Theater in 2010.
On sale now: Stand-up comedian Carlos Mencia performs Nov. 10 at Visalia Fox. Tickets are $35-$45 and on sale now. Mencia is well know for his Comedy Central show "Mind of Mencia," which ran for three seasons. He was also very publicly accused of stealing jokes.