Wayne Federman delivers a series of smart, well-written, comedy bits. His take on the rock band KISS is classic as well as his impression of NBA commissioner David Stern. He usually aims high as evidenced by his lampooning of PBS's Ken Burn's JAZZ documentary.
His easy-going style is in stark contrast to many of today's high-energy "crude" comedians. In a way, he's a throw back to a more delicate time (think Seinfeld or Newhart) although he still tackles adult themes and premises.
I wish there was more piano playing, but that's nit-picking. I look forward to more musical numbers in his act.