Doc Kennedy is a stand-up comedian and podcast producer based out of Nashville.
Winner of the 2019 Lea Ciastko Spirit of Comedy Award, Doc is also the host of Free to Laugh: Comedy vs Political Correctness.
Originally from Montana and spending years near Seattle, Doc’s unique take on life brings laughs to people of all ages across the country performing in churches, clubs, corporate venues as well as entertaining our troops.
DOC KENNEDY SHOW NOTES
- Editing the School of Laughs podcast.
- Connecting through Club 52 Patreon hangout.
- How the Nashville open mic scene used to look.
- Using stand-up comedy to get into acting.
- Working as a live production director.
- Using clips from church promos for Doc’s acting reel.
- The Seattle comedy scene.
- Being right of center in a left-leaning environment.
- Cancel culture.
- Doc’s podcast Free to Laugh.
- Check out Rik’s conversation with Doc on his podcast Free to Laugh.
And a whole lot more!
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LEARN MORE ABOUT DOC KENNEDY
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Club 52 is a one-year program designed to challenge you to get bigger, better and more bookable. You will be prompted to examine your material, performance and business practices via email each week.
You will define your stage persona, style and point of view. You will learn how to create expectations through your marketing, branding and introductions. From nailing your elevator pitch, to refining your value proposition, you will learn how to make it easier for bookers to hire you.
Meet comics from around the country during a quarterly online “hangout”. As a group, we tackle our top struggles and how to approach overcoming them. Think of it as your personal monthly mastermind group. Over the course of the year you will learn how to get more gigs, and leverage every opportunity that comes your way.