Josh Adam Meyers
No one can do what Josh Adam Meyers is doing with comedy and music.
1 part stand up comic, 1 part rock star, Josh brings comedy and music together with his signature high energy, raspy voice, and command of the stage; combining killer jokes with music, he is the best of both worlds. Everything in the club is part of the show; the staff, the audience, and you never know when a full rock band will join him on stage.
Growing up in the Washington D.C. area, Josh was a funny kid who played in bands. Now as a professional comedian and musician – he has come full circle. Josh spent the summer of 2023 opening for Jelly Roll in front of 20k a night at 45 different arenas and amphitheaters around the country, with more high profile concert dates coming in 2024.
For Bill Burr, Josh Adam Meyers tours arenas with the man, he was featured on Bill Burr’s Friends Who Kill (Netflix), The Ringers (Comedy Central), and can also be seen voicing ‘DJ’ Howlin Hank’ on Bill Burr’s F is for Family (Netflix).
Josh Adam Meyers is a nationally touring headliner performing at clubs and festivals as a stand-up. He has appeared at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival as a New Face in 2013 and continues to be a regular on the festival performing on The Nasty Show and other festival favorites. Josh has performed at Madison Square Garden, Kennedy Center, Netflix Is A Joke Festival, JFL Toronto, NY Comedy Festival, Moontower Comedy, Bonnaroo, Bumbershoot, Blue Whale, Outsidelands, RIOT LA, Bridgetown, Life is Beautiful, and Clusterfest amongst others.
He is the creator and host of The Goddamn Comedy Jam, a live comedy show where famous comedians sing a cover song with a live band, which continues to be one of the most popular live shows in Los Angeles at its homebase, The Comedy Store. GDCJ inspired a TV version and a special on Comedy Central. The show has toured the continent performing on the live festival circuit in front of thousands of die-hard comedy fans. On “The 500 Podcast with Josh Adam Meyers”, he combs through Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list, the show was a Spotify Original from 2019-2020 until Spotify spent all their money on Joe Rogan.
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