Well, maybe Shearer doesn’t actually have 1,000 voices in his repertoire, but he does have enough characterizations to fill up an evening, ranging from his Spinal Tap alter ego Derek Smalls to providing voices for “Simpsons” characters Ned Flanders, Reverend Lovejoy, Principal Skinner and other chinless personalities.

Shearer is also playing President Richard M. Nixon on the Sky Arts TV comedy-drama “Nixon’s The One.”

Shearer’s latest CD is Can’t Take A Hint and includes guest appearances by Dr. John, Jamie Cullum, Glee’s Jane Lynch and Fountains Of Wayne.

Moving on to Shearer’s better half, Judith Owen is known for her wit as well as her music and songwriting that combines pop, rock, jazz, classical, R&B and theatrical influences.

The Judith Owen and Harry Shearer’s Holiday Sing-Along may only play four dates, but the show is covering both coasts and a stop in between. Starting at New York City’s City Winery Dec. 2, other stops on the schedule are Chicago at SPACE Dec. 4; and Los Angeles at Largo Dec. 14.

The final stop is in Shearer’s adapted hometown of New Orleans when the duo plays the Contemporary Arts Center Dec. 19 with proceeds benefitting the New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation.

Tickets are on sale now. Visit HarryShearer.com for more information.