Blame the Comic

Thu, Oct 19, 2017
Fri, Oct 20, 2017
Sat, Oct 21, 2017
Sun, Oct 22, 2017

Blame the Comic

with Shaddy Feel Good

Blame The Comic likes to think of himself as the most known unknown. This comic’s name can be read in two ways: Blame the Comic or “Blame” the Comic, which is exactly what he wants you to do because you never really know where this comic is coming from.

A native Houstonian, Blame is not only a jokester, but a college graduate from the University of Houston. He experienced early success in his career with an appearance on B.E.T’s hit comedy competition show, “Coming to the Stage” (2004) and winning several national comedy competitions, including, The Kings and Queens of Comedy competition (2004), Las Vegas Comedy Festival Regional winner for the college category where he performed at the Stardust Hotel.

Blame has also given back to his community by hosting the fashion and music benefit for “Keep a Child Alive Foundation”. He also was featured in a television commercial for the foundation along with Houston mayor Bill White and other notable Houstonians. Proceeds helped to provide food and medicine for African children suffering from HIV and AIDS.

Those unfamiliar with this Houston-based comic may ask: “Why should I book Blame for an event.” He will tell you that: “All I want to do is deliver that positive cry of the soul which is laughter, and have my audience escape reality for the moment as they laugh in total bliss and gut wrenching humor.”Although it might seem cliché ,“Blame” wants you to live, laugh, love, and then laugh some more. And at the end of the night, if you’ve enjoyed the experience, you’re only left with one thing to do and that is…“Blame” the Comic.

Shaddy Feel Good

Jashad “Shaddy Feel Good” McCoy has been the talk of the crowd and making people laugh all his life. Professionally, he has been a comedian for two years and has attracted a following like no other comedian in his hometown of New Orleans, LA.

Through various shows around the country he has been fortunate to open up for veteran comedians such as Mo’Nique, Cedric The Entertainer, Lil Duval, Tyler Craig, Lester Bibs, Tight Mike, and Dexter Tucker. He has truly grown into his craft.

He began as a local host in the nightlife scene in New Orleans; which in the opinion of critics is an “extremely tough crowd.” Through hosting he has been opening act for R&B Grammy Winner Kelly Price, and various local acts that have graced the stages of New Orleans. Most recently he was a 2013 Finalist in the National Miller Time Competition.

In 2013, he opened for Donnell Rawlins from The Dave Chappell Show, Tony Roberts, Avant, Faith Evans, and Leon Rodgers. In 2013, he was also voted Louisiana’s Funniest Person.

Shaddy prides himself as a diverse entertainer. Although he rocks nightclubs, comedy clubs, and even college campuses he has never pulled away from supporting Family & Christian events. He is a favorite for Church events and Gospel events as well. For two years straight he Co-Hosted the New Orleans Good Friday Celebration. It is held at the Lakefront Arena in New Orleans. Each year it draws 3-5,000 people. He has opened for Bishop Lester Love, Yolanda Adams, James Fortune & Fiya, Jessica Reedy, Deitrick Haddon, Pastor Shirley Caesar, and many others.

In 2013, he was a headliner for Laugh Your Way To Heaven Christian Comedy Tour and the I Can’t Stop Laughing Christian Comedy Tour. The opportunities placed him in stage with Bishop Hezikiah Walker, Yolonda Adams, and Deon Kipping.

He is a combination of raw talent and precise punch-lines which leave audiences on the edge of their seats in laughter all night long. He draws his inspiration from daily life experiences. He has studied the works of Martin Lawrence, Eddie Murphy, Bernie Mac, Dave Chapelle, Red Foxx, and Richard Pryor.

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