Write, Recite & Write Some More

It is not easy to write jokes. Good ones, I mean. You can write a joke every minute of the day but it doesn’t mean it’s going to hit on stage. That’s why we should write – ALL THE DAMN Read More …

JerroldB’s Black History presents Dick Gregory

Richard Claxton “Dick” Gregory (born October 12, 1932)   Dick Gregory is the effing man. He represents so much more than an old comedian from yesteryear. I don’t believe this man gets the respect deserved when being address on most Read More …

JerroldB’s Black History presents Kwame Ture aka Stokely Carmichael

First of all, I don’t believe in black history month. I believe in black history, every month. Though I am a student of my past, my people and our struggles – I respect and love who I am and where Read More …

Provocative, Sexy and Controversial – It must be The LoLo Show

When the podcast thing first became popular I wasn’t a fan. Then one day I listened to a comedy station (don’t remember which one) and thought, “Hmmm, I could get down with this.” So I started my first podcast. It was Read More …

Comedians, How In The Hell Do I Get Booked?

      I constantly get asked, “Hey Jerrold, how i get booked?” All the time fellow comics want to know what they’re doing wrong. I always tell them the same thing, “I don’t know.” And I don’t. I don’t have any Read More …