Joe Clair’s All Star Comedy Blow-Out

Despite the snow and ice on Saturday, February 21st, DC Nitelife was present at WPGC’s own Joe Clair and the All Star Comedy Blow Out at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club.  Many came out despite the weather to show that comedy wins out over bad weather any day.  The house was packed and there was plenty of laughter in the air.

All though the show was rescheduled for a future date, the show went on with a few of the All Stars who were ready to make you laugh: Funnyman Skiba, Laughin Lenny, Lazee Lamont, Kevin Anthony, Tony Woods and the host, Joe Clair.  These guys were beyond funny.

  • Funnyman Skiba has an uncanny ability to amplify and dissect small moments, interactions, and behaviors that many would easily overlook.
  • Laughin’ Lenny’s mainstream clean and funny approach to comedy has allowed him to stand out as one of the elite performers of today.
  • Lazee Lamont’s talents are known for commanding your attention. His eclectic style and stage presence makes him one of the funniest comedians on stage.
  • Def Comedy Jam’s, Kevin Anthony delivered an unforgettable night of comedy and real life standup.
  • Tony Woods’ playful and cool demeanor, combined with his sharp and mischievous subject matter, creates a show that is always entertaining.
  • Last but not least, Joe Clair, also known by the nickname “Joe Cleezy”, who is now a favorite Washington, DC morning show host on 95.5 WPGC is without saying a funny man who tells it just like it is.

Because the weather was inclement, the show is being rescheduled for a future date and the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club will honor everyone who had tickets to that event.

This is a monthly Comedy event hosted by Joe Clair and he thanks everyone for their support and look forward to seeing another packed house next month.

For more information, go to: www.joeclair.com or www.bethesdabluesjazz.com for a line-up of future events and concerts coming to the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club in Bethesda, MD.

By J.V. Jones

Photography by Darryle A. Carter