He also hosts the weekly podcast The Koy Pond with Jo Koy on Podcast One. This is the second show from Jo Koy that I had the chance to sit down and watch. Also joining the slate are two new pilots — a comedic medical advice show created by Ken Jeong and an animated project from Jo Koy, both of which are currently in development. Koy has sold out an astounding 11 shows at the Neal Blaisdell Center in Honolulu, and broken records at the ShoWare Center near his hometown of Seattle, where he launched his 2018 run with back-to-back sellouts. He can be heard as a weekly guest on the popular podcast, The Adam Carolla Show. This is one of his strong sides, because he has it spot on. Infectiously funny and painfully honest, Jo hits on such topics as the joys and struggles of fatherhood, growing up with strong, opinionated Filipino women, sleep apnea and role playing.
Infectiously funny and painfully honest, Jo hits on such topics as the joys and struggles of fatherhood, growing up with strong, opinionated Filipino women, sleep apnea and role playing. And let me just tell you that my expectations were high. For those who care, Jo Koy Lights Out features adult language. In 2005, Koy had the opportunity of a lifetime when he performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. In 2017, Koy released his 3rd stand-up special, Jo Koy: Live from Seattle as a Netflix Original. In November 2017, the comedian broke a record for the most tickets sold by a single artist at The Neal S.
Jo Koy: Marvel of Comedy Comedian Jo Koy continues to charm and entertain his ever-growing fan base with constant touring, a weekly podcast and new comedy specials. The heart of Lights Out is stories about Koy being Filipino, and his mother, and the fact she was a single mom. This might sound like a great moment in duh! Jo Koy, the Filipino-American stand-up comedy giant who hails from the Pacific Northwest, also has something to celebrate come Friday, November 9, when he performs at the historic Beacon Theatre. Today, the comedian tours around the world and is currently on his Break The Mold World Tour. Jo Koy's star continues to rise in his second feature-length, uncensored stand-up special, Lights Out, filmed at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, California. If you don't already know Jo from his stand-up or regular roundtable appearances on Chelsea Lately, it's time that you do.
Infectiously funny and painfully honest, Jo hits on such topics as the joys and struggles of fatherhood, growing up with strong, opinionated Filipino women, sleep apnea and role playing. So Jo Koy definitely rose to the occasion and lived up to my expectations. Jo Koy has come a long way from his modest beginnings performing at a Las Vegas coffee house. Posted in: Tagged : ,, Post navigation. In November 2017, Koy set a record with 11 sold-out shows and over 23,000 tickets sold at the Neal S. He believes in himself and his comedy, which is why he decided to take his destiny into his own hands and produce his own one-hour comedy special.
He became one of a select few comics to receive a standing ovation on the show. . There are a few too many tracks where you need to see the comic to get the full effect or just get the joke. The veteran comic greets everyone with an enormous hug, a smile and infectious positivity. Koy has appeared on over 140 episodes of Chelsea Lately as a season regular roundtable guest.
They are original enough but, again, the visual support is missing. Blaisdell Concert Hall in Honolulu with 11 sold-out shows and over 23,000 tickets sold. It is good stuff though long-time Koy fans will recognize some of his early stage material. The comedian pulls inspiration from his family, specifically his son, with material that has universal appeal. Jo Koy really has a lot of good material with great jokes punchlines and deliveries with great precision. And his Filipina impersonations are spot on, which is such a blast to watch on the screen and listen to as well. For more info on the podcast and tour dates, please visit: Jokoy.
Oh, and maybe get his career and dating life on track if his family would just leave him the hell alone. . . . . .
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