Fri, Nov. 16th, 2012 · The High Watt · $15

Corporate Juggernaut and The High Watt present

Pete Holmes (Early Show - 7:00pm)

Fri, Nov. 16th, 2012

Corporate Juggernaut and The High Watt present

Pete Holmes (Early Show - 7:00pm)

$15
Doors: 6:00pm
Show: 7:00pm
Ages: 18+
The High Watt

Fri, Nov. 16th, 2012

The High Watt
Doors: 6:00pm
Show: 7:00pm
Ages: 18+
$15
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Corporate Juggernaut and The High Watt present

Pete Holmes (Early Show - 7:00pm)

Pete Holmes


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Pete Holmes is a comedian. He has appeared on pretty much every VH1 comedy show there's ever been including the popular "Best Week Ever." Pete's also been on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" as well as his own half-hour Comedy Central Presents, had his cartoons appear in "The New Yorker" and is the host of the Nerdist.com podcast "You Made It Weird." He is the voice of many characters on Comedy Central's "Ugly Americans" and is the voice of the E*TRADE baby. He is a regular on CollegeHumor.com and makes videos with www.FrontPageFilms.com

Corporate Juggernaut


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"Best Comedy Collective" — The Nashville Scene, Best of Nashville 2012 issue

Corporate Juggernaut is a series of extraordinary comedy shows in Nashville, TN brought to you by Gary Fletcher, Jane Borden & Brandon Jazz. In addition to hosting a popular monthly storytelling night at Fido, and a local showcase at Springwater, the CJ team hosts national headliners — such as Pete Holmes, Kyle Kinane, Rory Scovel, Neal Brennan, and W. Kamau Bell — at the famous High Watt rock club. It is their dedication to supporting all things LOL-worthy that earned Corporate Juggernaut the title of "Best Comedy Collective" in the Nashville Scene's 2012 Best of Nashville Issue. 

"Look for the Corporate Juggernaut seal of approval; you'll know you've struck gold. Comedy gold, that is." (Note to self, don't take anymore of Dad's slogan suggestions.)

PRAISE/COMEDIAN REVIEWS:

"Corporate Juggernaut shows at The High Watt are high quality and super fun. The venue is a perfect setting for a fun intimate comedy show. GO SEE ONE AND QUIT BEING A JERK!" - Rory Scovel

"Great shows with Corporate Juggernaut all week. I recommend them if you want to play some very cool venues with young crowds who really want to see comedy. Not an outraged grey pube or a loud drunk girl in sight the whole tour." - Kurt Metzger

"I love doing Corporate Juggernaut shows. Now they do them at The High Watt and they have just gotten better. It's a perfect place to perform. Everyone is so cool there and just knows how a show should work. Really loved doing the show there and happy they invited me. " -Nate Bargatze

"Had a blast. This place is the future. Comedy clubs are so yesterday. Well... except the ones that work me." -Jarrod Harris 

"The High Watt and Corporate Juggernaut made it super easy for me to do a great show on very short notice. I highly recommend it. Am I on yelp right now?" -Neal Brennan

"My comedy heart yearns for places like the High Watt and am thankful that Corporate Juggernaut teamed up with the place. I am serious when I say that if the crazies are right when they say that the legalization of gay marriage will lead to people marrying animals, that soon after will follow people being allowed to marry buildings, specifically performance spaces. If that day comes, please God make it so, I wil be on bended knee, opening a Coors Banquet can in proposal to the High Watt." - Ryan Singer

"I love the High Watt for all of its wattage! Such a great place to tell the jokes I can't tell anywhere else. Everyone was super cool and I can't wait to go back and tell the same jokes!" - Ben Kronberg

"Corporate Huggernuts shows at the Hey What are super fun and--why? What did I say? It's "Juggernaut"? The venue is called the "High Watt"? That doesn't sound right. Really? If you say so, fine. The Corporate JUGGERNAUT shows at the HIGH WATT in Smashville are a great time an--well now what? It's called "Nashville?" Come on. That's not even a real place." - Kyle Kinane

"Great shows with Corporate Juggernaut all week. I recommend them if you want to play some very cool venues with young crowds who really want to see comedy. Not an outraged grey pube or a loud drunk girl in sight the whole tour." - Kurt Metzger