Stand-up comedy can go a whole host of ways. You can have the self-mocking comedian to the funny man who picks apart life’s trivial matters. Then you can have a George Carlin-type or one more akin to clean joke-telling Ellen Degeneres. Billy Anderson is more like the latter and doesn’t depend on profanity for the laughs. “I suppose if I had to describe my stand-up, I’d say it’s self-deprecating, physical, and just silly,” he says. Anderson’s main goal is to give people a way to let loose. Originally from the Holy City, for the past five years Anderson and his family have been living in Dublin, Ireland where he continues to do comedy around town. He is coming back to the South to perform before he returns to the Emerald Isle, but he’s hoping to make the Lowcountry home again. “I guess that’s where the title of the show is born out of. It’s something that I can ironically relate to and definitely touch on throughout the show,” says Anderson. Joining him on stage will be comedians Karen Hilton, from Tennessee and Atlanta-lady Laura Lewis, both of whom Anderson believes will give the show a whole new dynamic. “Each of them posses a unique style that will contribute to a really eclectic show featuring a wide variety of comic talent,” says Anderson.