Radio West | Feb 7, 2013 | 7:58

NYC Comedian stops in Kelowna

New York City-based comedian Darryl Lenox stops in Kelowna this weekend. He may be American, but he lived in Vancouver for 11 years. As he told Rebecca, spending time in Canada made his comedy routine stronger.

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