“The country’s funniest, delinquent comedians are teaming up for this RAW and EDGY show at Triple B’s in East Fremont… before they all go to hell.” – The Blacklist NYC
You’ve heard of Netflix’s The Standups. Now, Netflix invites you to tune into it’s evil twin sister: The Degenerates. This new special will feature not one, not two but four comedians you’ve seen (or will have the chance to see) LIVE at Comedy Works! Each comedian will get one half hour rated “Not Safe For Work.”
The 6 comedians include: Big Jay Oakerson, Liza Treyger, Christina P, Yamaneika Saunders, Joey “Coco” Diaz and the 6th comedian has yet to be announced.
Chris Hardwick is a comedian, actor, TV host, author, writer and producer. Recently, Hardwick had some good words to share about his past weekend at Comedy Works in April on his podcast called Idiot with Chris Hardwick.
“You sort of forget that people, even if it’s just a little bit, they’re just not in the moment at all times. And having not been in a situation for so long where everyone was just engaged in something without being on their devices, it was… UN-F*%$ING-BELIEVABLE!”
As most Comedy Works’ regulars know, Yondr is a company that we have chosen to create a more substantial comedy experience. Yondr creates little “sleeping bags” for phones that lock with the clasp of a magnet.The phones stay in possession of the owner and are unlock-able at any showroom exit. We use these bags at each show to ensure a quiet, interruption-free environment.
Contrary to Hardwick’s timeline, Comedy Works has used Yondr since 2016, but he was correct in saying Dave Chappelle introduced us to the company.
Yondr hasn’t been limited to our home-club shows. Comedy Works has been seen Yondring at places like the Bellco Theatre and Red Rocks Ampitheatre.
Nate Bargatze can be recognized most recently from his half-hour special on Netflix’s The Standups or his 6 plus times on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He currently has a deal with 20th Century Fox to develop his own TV show based on his life. Jerrod Carmichael is set to write and executive produce the TV show.
Bargatze was welcomed by Jimmy Fallon for the 7th time last month:
Comedy Works’ most widely recognized comedian, Josh Blue will be on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this Friday, May 4th!
Friday, May 4th, Josh Blue will be featured on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon at 10:30PM on NBC. Although this is Josh’s first time on The Tonight Show, he is pretty familiar with NBC. Josh won NBC’s Last Comic Standing back in 2006 and credits his career explosion to the attention and endearment he earned from Last Comic Standing. Along with being accustom to NBC, Josh has had his fair share of talkshow appearances.
Josh Blue was the first comedian to preform comedy on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Featured on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Comedy Central Special Comedy Central Presents: Josh Blue
Showtime Special: Sticky Change
Watch Josh Blue’s Tonight Show Debut at Josh Blue’s Very Own Art Exhibit!
You may know Josh from his nationally recognized comedy, but did you know he is an artist as well as a comedian? Josh has had several art exhibits around Denver and during the whole month of May, you can experience his art for yourself! Josh’s art is inspired by his childhood in Africa and features sculptors, paintings and masks.
Where: Ion Gallery 2049 Larimer St When: May 1-31 Josh Blue will be at the exhibit on May 4th to premiere his debut on The Tonight Show at the gallery. Live Music ⋅ Meet Josh Blue ⋅ Purchase Art
Gabriel Iglesias: One Show Fits All as well as another stand-up special not yet named and a TV series called “Mr. Iglesias.” Netflix has not posted premiere dates for any of these just yet.
– dedicated his last concert in Denver to Comedy Works in December 2017
“Speaking of albums, you recorded your 2011 album, Coke Money, at Comedy Works. What do you think makes the club an ideal setting for album recordings?
Ask any comic and they will probably tell you that Denver’s Comedy Works is the best club in the U.S. I’m assuming it’s a mixture of the low ceilings and slightly raked stage of the club and the amazing Denver crowds.”