Los Angeles-based comedian Sean Morey, whose comedy songs receive wide airplay throughout the United States, will bring his popular show of stand-up comedy and music to Stables Steakhouse.

Morey will perform shows at 8 and 10 p.m. on Feb. 24-25 in the restaurant at 939 Poplar St. Tickets are $17.50 and are available at (812) 232-6677.

Morey’s socially satiric songs poke good-natured fun at the relationships between men and women and at a wide range of other topics. “The Man Song” has become one of the most requested songs on radio since its release. It also is one of the most widely downloaded songs on the Internet. Other popular songs of Morey’s include “Dear Santa,” “Sex Now,” “The Irony Song,” and “Dickin Around at Work.” Morey is known well in the Terre Haute area from regular appearances on The Bob and Tom show.

Morey has been performing stand-up comedy for 30 years, beginning his career in Boston, where he helped launch the burgeoning comedy scene in the mid-1970s. He started his own comedy school and performed a one-man show every Friday night for nine months at The Charles Playhouse.

Upon moving to Los Angeles in 1979, Morey won first place in the Southern California Comedy Competition, which led to three appearances on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson.

He was signed by the William Morris Agency, did opening act performances for dozens of major stars, and wrote and performed comedy for NBC’s “The Big Show” and “The Crystal Gayle Special” on CBS.

Since then, he has been touring around the country and the world performing in comedy clubs, theaters, on cruise ships and on the college circuit. He was twice nominated College Comedian of the Year, and has been seen on many television shows, including three times on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno.