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“The combination of Joe’s calming vocalization and inventive writing is a thing of magic. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more enjoyable show.”

Joe grew up in Morgantown, West Virginia, and started his comedy career in North Carolina shortly after graduating Davidson College (where obviously, he was an English major). While starting out in the South, he launched a tour with three friends, called “The Beards of Comedy” and landed a record deal with Comedy Central Records.  In 2012, he moved to New York City, quickly appearing on The Late Late Show and John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, as well as Montreal’s Just for Laughs festival. His resume has since grown to include The Tonight Show, Conan, Nickelodeon, Last Comic Standing, and his own Comedy Central Half Hour, and the Comedy Cellar’s topical show, “This Week at the Comedy Cellar”. Joe’s first solo album Smiling at Wolves (2014) reached number two on the iTunes comedy charts, and shortly after Paste Magazine named him one of 10 best comedians from the south.  His second album, Innocence, came out on Comedy Central Records (2018) and is played regularly on Sirius XM radio, and in 2019 he recorded a dry bar special with upwards of million views on YouTube.  His first, fully produced one-hour comedy special “Cult Classic”, is set to come out in 2023, directed by Nate Bargatze and produced by 800 Pound Gorilla.

Aside from headlining comedy clubs, he tours regularly in theaters and arenas with comedy legend Brian Regan and rising super-star Nate Bargatze.

Joe has also contributed humor writing to The New York Times and The New Yorker, and has appeared on numerous podcasts and radio, including 2 Dope Queens, The Scientists, Dork Forest, StarTalk, Bob & Tom, The Todd Barry Podcast, and The Artie Lange Show.


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