Janet Williams “The Tennessee Tramp” At The Budlight Platinum LOL Comedy Showcase
Hey comedy fans! We are bringing one of the most hilarious talents working comedy today right here to Amarillo! Janet Williams “The Tennessee Tramp” will be performing at the Party Barn July 13th! If you have never had a chance to see “The Tramp”, you DO NOT want to miss this show! If you have seen her, then you definitely need to come see her new material. This woman is completely hilarious and known across the world for her “R Rated Act”. Don’t miss your chance to see the one and only “Tennessee Tramp” Janet Williams!
Time & Date:
July 13th 2012 – Two Shows 7:00PM & 9:30PM
The Party Barn – 7200 Canyon Drive
$12 In Advance $15 The Day Of – Tickets Available Now at 6214 W 34th
Janet Williams, a.k.a., The Tennessee Tramp is a Nationally touring comedian who plays “A” rooms throughout the United States and Canada. She has done several USO tours including Japan, Korea, Guam, and Germany.
She has been a guest on the John Boy and Billy radio show, and does radio throughout the nation.
Her audiences consist of folks 18 to 80 as her subject matter encompasses all ages, genders, and ethnic groups. She has an endearing stage presence that makes her audiences think of her as a crazy grandmother, a wacky aunt, or a nutty neighbor. All can relate to her in some way.
Besides working the club circuits, Janet does corporate work as well, and has served on the Board of Y-ME in Chattanooga, and has worked their corporate event for three years. She has done comedy for the Erlanger Group for those battling cancer. She has worked fund-raisers for Animal Protection Services both in Chattanooga, and Mississippi.
She has been on National Television for two seasons on BET Comic View, and was cast as Trudy Sparks in the Mystic Java sitcom filmed in Chattanooga.
She is a lovable force to be reckoned with, and audiences leave her shows feeling she is part of the family.
As a veteran member of the Armed Robbery unit with Nashville’s Metropolitan Police Department, comedy became a tool to ease volatile situations as well as stress relief for co-workers and crime victims.
Initially starting stand-up “in secret, ” Dan began hitting open mics in and around Nashville in the fall of 1998. Unsure how the police department would react, he did the prudent thing and didn’t tell them. By 1999 he had won the KDF Talent Search and the local news agencies began reporting on the detective with the unusual side job.
With the police departments blessings, Dan continued to juggle both jobs, traveling and performing on his days off. In February 2001, Dan performed in front of 750 people to win the title “World’s Funniest Cop” at the ASLET World Police Championships in Orlando, Florida.