Tag Archives: Stand-up comedy

Getting Back At IT!

After an unexpected temporary retirement I’m getting back to work!  Looking forward to filling rooms full of laughter and joy!

August 27th – Bakersfield, CA.

                                                                                              

September 16, 17 & 18 – Chinook Winds Casino – Lincoln City, OR.



Punchliner Comedy Club Carnival

September 26th – October 3rd    Carnival Pride

October 25th – 30th   Carnival Sensation

October 30th  – November 4th   Carnival Sensation

November 20th – 28th   Carnival Magic

Matt Iseman and PJ Walsh at Virginia Beach Funny Bone

Get ready for a special week with American Ninja Warrior host Matt Iseman and Ninja Warrior competitor PJ Walsh. Best of friends and comedians for over twenty years Matt and PJ are bringing their style of “Working Class Comedy” to the Virginia Beach Funny Bone Comedy Club. Matt, a Princeton graduate and former doctor (yes… a doctor!) and PJ, a US Navy veteran and member of the White House Dental Team (yes… the White House!) share a love for making people laugh and respect for any audience that puts gas in their car, purchases tickets, gets a babysitter (or just leaves the baby at home alone) & spends an evening at their shows. It’s your time off work and their time at it. Don’t miss out on these nights of jokes, storytelling & friendship!

Tickets available at www.vb.funnybone.com and use the discount code below!

Memorial Day: Afghanistan And Bridge Street Interview

MEMORIAL DAY: Afghanistan
For the past 10 days I traveled throughout Afghanistan with these comedians. All military veterans whose mission was to make every troop we had the pleasure to perform for laugh. We are accompanied here by the heroes who were in charge of keeping us safe throughout our tour. It’s one of my life’s greatest pleasures to befriend people like every single one of these gentlemen while entertaining our men and women answering the call. From big established bases to remote small FOBS (Forward Operation Bases), the mission was executed perfectly. I feel extremely thankful today in particular because I try to honor our brothers and sisters lost by living the fullest life possible. Every trip taken to see our service members reminds me the value of life and freedom.

Thank you To The Fallen.

Great GI’s Of Comedy organized Armed Forces Entertainment.

This Memorial Day interview I did with Bridge Street in Syracuse really explains why it’s so important to me. Thanks for having me ladies.