The Laugh Button Live with Gotham Comedy Club
The legendary New York City comedy club -- home of hit AXS.tv series 'Gotham Comedy Live' -- hosts some of their most popular performers, with headliner Jim Breuer joined by Nate Bargatze, Matt Braunger, and more. Presented by the comedy experts at The Laugh Button.
Jerrod Carmichael is an LA-based standup and performer originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He has been featured on Variety’s list of top ten comics to watch, and as one of the New Faces at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. He has appeared on The Goodwin Games, and can be seen in the upcoming film Neighbors.
With over 20 years of stand-up comedy experience, Jim Breuer remains one of today’s top entertainers and continues to win over audiences with his off-the-wall humor and lovable personality. Named one of Comedy Central’s 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time, Breuer is one of the most recognizable comedians in the business, known for his charismatic stage antics, dead-on impressions, and family-friendly stand-up. In addition to keeping busy on his current comedy tour, Breuer can be heard on his weekly Sirius/XM Radio show “Fridays with Breuer,” featuring guests such as Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, Dennis Leary, and Jeff Foxworthy.
Maggie Maye loves candy.
She also loves performing comedy.
She’s performed stand up in festivals such as Bridgetown Comedy Festival, FunFunFun Fest, Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival, and the All Jane No Dick Comedy Festival.
She’s opened for Godfrey, Paul Mooney, and Earth, Wind and Fire.
She’s had her name in comedy articles in the Huffington Post, LaughSpin, the New York Times, and the Portland Mercury.
Her comedy is described in the same way she is: sassy, charming, and smart.
Also, a 6-year-old once told her she was the funniest person ever. And kids rarely lie.
She'd call herself a thought provocateur, but that sounds douchy.
Matt Braunger was raised in Portland, OR. A headlining comedian since 2007 and an actor since childhood, Matt's comedy has appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show, Conan, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,and Live at Gotham. He is a regular panelist on "Chelsea Lately" and Comedy Central's "@Midnight." Matt's half-hour special on Comedy Central was released in 2009, and his hour special, "Shovel Fighter," was released in 2012. In 2008 he won "Best of the Fest" at the Rooftop Festival in Aspen and in 2009 he was named to Variety's "Top 10 Comics to Watch." He has released two albums, "Soak Up the Night" and "Shovel Fighter." Matt has performed at a variety of prestigious comedy festivals including the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and Chicago, SXSW, Bumbershoot, and in 2007 he co-founded the Bridgetown Festival in Portland, OR. Matt's television credits include a recurring role on NBC's "Up All Night," a series regular on "Mad TV," and roles on "The Michael Fox Show," "Happy Endings," HBO's "Family Tree" "Blue Mountain State," "The United States of Tara," and "Pushing Daisies."
Nate Bargatze has had two late night appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, four appearances on Conan and had his own Comedy Central Presents in 2011. He has written for Spike TV's Video Game Awards and received critical acclaim at the Montreal Comedy Festival multiple years. When he isn't winning comedy festivals in both New York and Boston, or performing at Bonnaroo or on tour with Jimmy Fallon's Clean Cut Comedy Tour, he might just be performing for troops in Iraq, which he has done five times. His debut comedy album "Yelled at by a Clown" reached #1 on the iTunes comedy charts. Nate was also featured as one of Esquire's Best New Comedians, as one of Marc Maron's comedians to watch in Rolling Stone and in Paste Magazine, and as one of the 10 Comedians Who Deserve Their Own TV Show on CoolMaterial.com.
Actor and comedian Sinbad has drawn legions of fans from his HBO highly-rated comedy specials, and he is internationally known for his appearances in hit movies like Jingle All the Way and Houseguest. Sinbad starred in the sitcom A Different World, which premiered in 1986, as well as his own series, The Sinbad Show. He was a recurring guest on Showtime's Resurrection Blvd., and recently appeared on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and on the third season of "Celebrity Apprentice. His latest special, Where U Been, aired on Comedy Central in 2010.