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From Richard Pryor to Bill Cosby to Eddie Murphy to Chris Rock to the Kings of Comedy to Dave Chappelle to Katt Williams to Kevin Hart, we've fallen in love with mainstream black Stand-Up Comedians time and time again. After a historic run solidifying his All-Time greatness and stapling himself as a timeless figure, Kevin Hart has brought us to a place where many are looking around for his successor. That being said, I think this is a pivotal and maybe even lonely time for Mainstream Black Stand-Up Comedy begging the question, is it really thriving like it once was?
On TETS this week, I will speak to the man who is literally the MOST popular Comedian living in the city of Philadelphia. He's appeared on "Comic View", HBO's Def Comedy Jam, "Kevin Hart's Laugh at my Pain", and more. Performing for the first time in Philadelphia and everywhere else since having started his career in the 90s, TuRae Gordon is a man who knows not only the urban stage, but the mainstream and television stage. Unlike most who know him for being hilarious, I'm blessed to know my mentor TuRae for his inspirational side as well as his industry insight, which I wish to share with all of you.
S/o to my Big Sister and cohost Asia Downing because she rocks. Every single person reading this Email right now means a lot to me. I do not, never have, and never will take support for granted. Without you all, I would have never made one season, let alone four. By way of the best race, relationships, and religion topics you'll ever find, my chief goal is to empower you as much as you empower me. There is no me without you.
Make sure you listen in Wednesday for the Fourth Season Finale, "Has Mainstream Black Stand-Up ComedyFallen?" with TuRae Gordon..
Until April.. I Thank you, I love you, and I wish you a very Funny Holiday.
Trying to actually speak with everyone, last time there were issues with the web sight and/or my ignorance as to how this works. But I wont stop until I figure it out. Peace and Solidarity to you all, and thank you for your support and encouragement.
We will give a history of BlackManStandUp, how we came about, our programs as well as support. We will also discuss community issues and a plan of attack to get these issues resolved. Please call in and introduce yourself. All feed back is welcomed as well as any topics from any caller
LIVE STAND UP COMEDY COMES FROM BIDDEFORD MAINE AT ADAMS STREET PUB. HEADLINEING THE NIGHT IS ELENA JAWITZ WITH FEATURUNG NICK GIASALIO. OPENING THE IS, ANDREW RASMUNSON, BIG BOB, PESTON HAYNES AND JJ MARTIN. HOSTING, B-RAD, JOE ELLIS AND PJ.
Currently, COMING UP ON OUR SHOW for Monday the 8th, 7pm - 930pm PST with comedians Christopher David Edmondson, Richard Spasoff, and Bret Jr Burnthorne.
Currently, COMING UP ON OUR SHOW for Monday the 8th, we have Gregory DrDanger Carpenter, and then another interview with David Maynery, talking about what goes on behind the scenes of the CIA. We also have Brett Miller, talking about his Comedy or was he with the CIA too, stay tuned to find out! "DON'T FORGET" to call in, for your free psychic medium readings by Richard and Desiree Szabo. Chris and Brad will also be hosting this segment of the show between 845 pm - 910 pm pacific standard time, before you call in for this segment, please be ready with your questions! Call us at (657) 383-1611
We're looking forward to seeing you, but we are really not going to see you. But will know your there! No, not really, we won't know that you're there. Just enjoy the show! Much love and light God bless to everyone Richard
LIVE STAND UP COMEDY COMES LIVE FROM ADAMS STREET, BIDDEFORD MAINE. THE SHOW WILL FEATURE HEADLINER, SAM PELLEITIER, FEATURING STEVE CLOUTIER. HOSTING WILL BE B-RAD, JOE ELLIS AND STEVE-O MCWEEDS. OPENING THE SHOW, PJ, CHRIS CHOATE, CASEY CRAWFORD, KRISTER ROLLINS,
LIVE STAND UP COMEDY FROM BIDDEFORD MAINE, ADAMS STREET PUB. WITH HEADLINER MATT KONA AND FEATURING JOHN PAUL RIVERA. OPENING, KARL REED, JAMIE ROUX, PAT BOLDUC AND BRYCE HANSON. WITH HOSTES, B-RAD, JOE ELLIS AND STEVE-O MCWEEDS.
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Alycia Kaback and Finding Fame Radio talk to Danny A. Abeckaser, ("Danny A") is an Israeli born and Brooklyn raised actor, writer and producer, who made a successful transition from a thriving career to follow his dreams. Selective when it comes to the projects he works on, Abeckaser's first foray into cinema was 2010's Holy Rollers. Directed by Kevin Achs, Danny stars alongside Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Bartha in a story about a young man from an Orthodox Jewish community who is lured into becoming an Ecstasy dealer by a friend linked to an Israeli drug cartel. Following the film's success, Danny went on to land one of his better known roles as Dino Lapron in The Iceman, appearing alongside Ray Liotta, Winona Ryder, Chris Evans, and James Franco as "The Iceman's" best friend. To date, he regards the part as one of his favorite and most challenging roles. With two successful films under his belt, Danny was able to fulfill a life-long dream when he was given the opportunity to work with the legendary Martin Scorsese on The Wolf of Wall Street.Abeckaser continued the momentum and soon after finished a longtime project writing and co-producing the film Club Life, which was loosely based on his life as a New York nightclub power player. In Club Life, Danny plays Mark, a nightlife promoter who offers Johnny (Jerry Ferrara) a chance at success. On February 9th, 2016, Abeckaser will step into the spotlight for his first leading role as the star in the upcoming release of "A Stand Up Guy", a meta-comedy about comedy that tells the story of a low-level mobster who disappears into the Witness Protection Program, only to become an Internet celebrity when his open-mic set goes viral. Apart from acting, Abeckaser runs 2B Productions, which has produced six films. Abeckaser is also slated to appear in Bruce Willis' dark bank heist film "Marauders," where he has a supporting role.
It is application season! Anyone active in the art fair business is deep into preparing applications for jurying into the nation's art fairs. What are the odds you'll make the cut and get into your most desired festival? Our guests are long time professionals from the business including Cindy Lerick, executive director of the Saint Louis Art Fair, Christine Berthiaume, Crafts Manager for the New Orleans Jazz Festival and Marguerite Esrock, executive director of the St. James Court Art Show.
We'll talk about:
As an intro we'll hear how each show prepares their jurors for jurying and the process of showing the jurors the applications
10 worst things you can do to sabotage your chances of "getting in"
Have paper and pencil ready. This one is sure to bring you useful information applicable to your finding success exhibiting at art fairs large and small.
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