Boston - Tim McIntire, Nick Lavallee and Friends
(Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
Saturday, May 20, 2017
(Doors open at 6:30 PM)
18 & over
Tim McIntire has been one of the most popular and prolific comedians in Boston for over a decade. His career has been eclectic - he's hosted the Boston Music Awards, written for Nickelodeon, released two comedy albums, and been featured on NPR. His Thursday Night Fights and Geek Council shows are legendary. He's done TV (Comcast Comedy Spotlight), performed at comedy festivals (Boston, Chicago), and was even in a movie. And as one of the owners of Mottley's Comedy Club, he helped give the next generation of comics a space to find their own comedic voices.
Nick Lavallee is a comedian from the State of New Hampshire. Despite what some believe, it's not a province of Canada.
Lavallee's latest album, "The Other Dude", consists of musical comedy, stand up performances and their accompanied videos on the DVD. Lavallee has appeared alongside Sally Struthers in "I Love You, Sally Struthers", meaning your mom will also like him, if she's okay with his naughty language. Voted "Best Comedian" in 2010 and 2011 by readers of New Hampshire's Hippo Press his earlier albums debuted in the top 50 of iTunes Comedy charts.
Nick's online content has been featured on the front page's of Funny or Die, Rooftop Comedy and the Boston Comedy Examiner. Lavallee has performed opening spots for such national headliners as Comedy Central's Bo Burnham and Maine's King of Comedy, Bob Marley. Earlier this year, Lavallee solidified himself as a national act by appearing the Laugh Factory in Las Vegas and Hollywood upon personal request from the club's owner, Jamie Masada.