Even since the Netflix boom came along, however, Bargatze has found himself headlining more often while out on the road and performing for increasingly bigger crowds of knowledgeable fans. Going to these towns over and over again, which can result in a good word of mouth. How would you describe the Nashville comedy scene? How did you two first meet? Originally Posted By Room101: I can't find any good current female comics on Netflix. Standups did pretty good so you want this to be just as good and not be a letdown. So to be known as hopefully one of the better stand-ups and to stand out amongst a very crowded group of unbelievably talented people.
Dele Me gusta a NetflixReleases en Facebook o síganos en Twitter y publicaremos lo que hay nuevo en Netflix y lo que caducará pronto en Netflix. You just hope that what you do is what makes you stand out. And he wanted to go to Second City, so I started at Second City. From how good he is at doing all the behind-the-scenes work to talking things over with network executives, which is a show in itself, Jerrod knows how to get stuff done in this business. I always liked with Jay Leno while he hosted The Tonight Show, and Seinfeld too, they were always stand-ups. Netflix is definitely the thing that sent me out there.
Which holds the key to his comedic insight. I can still make jokes, I can still tour. The week after it came out, I was at Tacoma Comedy Club. So you learn how to do all that stuff. And you know, with all the specials that come out, your biggest fear is you do a special and no one sees it. Most are just not funny or worse, disgusting I did watch Joan Rivers 2012 special, not bad. It all comes down to voice.
And , Bargatze has remained true to those Old Hickory roots, too. What made you want to do the special in Georgia? You just get no answers. Andrew Husband: The last time we talked, your half-hour special on The Standups was coming out. I just thought it was something neat and different, with me and her doing this thing together and having her introduce me. And then they have some other little rooms, some clubs are popping up. So once you start headlining and having to do more time, your jokes get a lot longer.
What kind of noticeable effect, if any, has that had on your career? I think being known as being a great stand-up. I want to be my own thing. Photo: Netflix Word of mouth used to make or break a comedian. By not taking a situation at face value, he digs into his psyche, wrestles with his lack of background knowledge and comes out the other side with jewel after laugh-inducing jewel. A lot of guys that were all starting out and we were all brand new. His two albums, Yelled at by a Clown 2014 and Full Time Magic 2015 , topped the comedy charts when they were first released, and the Comedy Central Presents hour based on the latter also earned the Tennessee-born comic plenty of new fans when it premiered.
He also tweets and podcasts half-hour episodes with comedians revealing origin stories:. I just want to do stand-up. In his newest special, The Tennessee Kid, we get a front row seat to the master at work. . He is a true stand up, completely committed to the pureness of the craft and the form. And then after that can be whatever else panned out, but it all came through stand-up.
Most are just not funny or worse, disgusting I did watch Joan Rivers 2012 special, not bad. The destination was the act, not the name. After moving to New York City for his comedy career, Bargatze and his wife returned to Tennessee so they could raise their first child in Nashville. As a young child, Nate saw his father drive back home with The Easter Bunny in the passenger seat of their car. It can take a year just to get told no.
Like my uncle with the tuxedo jacket and no shirt. You can contact Andrew Husband or. I still get people coming out to my shows who heard me on Pandora, Spotify or Sirius. I have been doing this for 16 years. I hope we can keep doing it, though.