About Nathan Timmel & Joe List
Due to the weather Tommy Johnagin will not be performing this weekend. The Kansas City Improv will still be putting on a great show with two co-headliners Nathan Timmel & Joe List along with local comic Sean Brennan!
Nathan has: performed at comedy clubs across the country, recorded several comedy CD’s—two of which receive regular airplay on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio—thrice visited the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show, been overseas for American Troops eight times—hotspots such as Iraq and Afghanistan included—and performed for international audiences in locations such as Seoul, South Korea. In 2009, nine newspapers wrote promotional articles about Nathan, and on two occasions he was the sole guest on Iowa Public Radio’s “The Exchange.”
He has been lucky enough to find his musings published most prominently in the worldwide military newspaper Stars & Stripes. He currently writes for Rooftop Comedy, posting a mix of original work and interviews with comedic celebrities such as Rob Corddry and Margaret Cho.
Since starting his comedy career just weeks after graduating high school in 2000 comedian Joe List has been impressing and delighting audiences and fellow comedians all over the country.
Joe quickly began rising to the top of the competitive comedy scene in his hometown of Boston, Massachusetts prompting one local headliner to call Joe 'the future of Boston comedy'. However Joe has now set his sights on bigger things, recently moving to New York City, Joe is quickly becoming known as one of the hottest new comedians in New York as well, performing regularly at some of the top clubs in the city.
In the fall of 2007 Joe was featured in the prestigious HBO comedy festival in Las Vegas to outstanding reviews. As well as being a regular favorite in clubs and colleges in New York and New England, in the last 2 years Joe has also been seen at many of the best comedy clubs across the country as the preferred feature act for Comedy Central's Nick DiPaolo. As well as all his successes as a stand-up comedian Joe has also recently written a short bio for himself in which he chose to use the words 'Joe' and 'he' instead of the word 'I' as if someone else wrote it for him.