Win FREE Tickets to see Tracy Morgan at The Ryman June 3rd

Tracy Morgan will be performing stand-up at the Ryman June 3rd and N’Sup has some FREE tickets to give away.

Tracy is widely known for being hilariously crazy on “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock,” but is also known for being a little crazy in real life. Some have wondered where the “Tracy Jordan” act ends and the real Tracy Morgan begins. He can be nuts.

Check out this interview he did on WGN to promote some shows in the Chicago area:

As crazy as Tracy has acted on television, his stand-up comedy is entirely different. When he was scheduled to perform in Denver, The Comedy Works pre-emptively emailed all ticket holders warning them that the performance would be extremely filthy, “We especially want to make sure you are aware that Tracy’s show is very, very dirty. His stand up show is not what you might expect from seeing him on 30 Rock or Saturday Night Live. His show is the most extreme in nature that we can possibly express.” They even offered to refund tickets prices if buyers decided to opt out of the show.

Here’s a couple clips of his stand-up – obviously NSFW:

Still on board?

If you’d like to see Tracy live, tickets are on-sale now, starting at $34.50. If money’s tight, we’ve got you covered. will be giving away over 15 pairs of tickets to see Tracy at the Ryman June 3rd at select live shows between now and then AND right here, right now.

Fill out the form below to join’s mailing list & register to win a pair of FREE tickets to the show. We’ll announce the winner(s) about a week before the show. Follow N’Sup on Twitter and/or Facebook to increase your chances to win – we’ll give away tickets there and make announcements about which shows around town you can go to if you want to win free tickets.

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Tracy Morgan @ The Ryman Auditorium
Friday, June 3 at 8:00 PM
Tickets start at $34.50

Win a FREE copy of Keith Alberstadt: “It’s Pronounced ‘Jenkins'”

Growing up the youngest in a big Catholic family in Nashville, Keith Alberstadt quickly developed a sarcastic tongue as a convenient way to get attention.  He delivers that wit on a nightly basis to comedy club, corporate, and college audiences nationwide.  Alberstadt is regarded by both peers and fans as a one-of-a-kind performer with a very clever writing style.  He has been featured on the Late Show with David Letterman and is a contributing writer to Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update.  His new CD “It’s Pronounced ‘Jenkins’” showcases his humor on everything from naming babies and tolerating meatheads to ruining dates and embarrassing nail salon customers.

Keith says, “The CD, “It’s Pronounced ‘Jenkins'” was a blast to put together!  Not only does it capture a great night of comedy, but it also features four bonus tracks from shows I did overseas for the troops.  I have always said that performing for the troops was the greatest experience of my career, and I’m thrilled that I’m finally able to share parts of those shows with you.”

Here’s the clip of Keith’s appearance on Late Show with David Letterman:

NashvilleStandUp was lucky enough to get an advance copy of the cd and we’re happy to say Keith has once again made us proud to know him.  “It’s Pronounced ‘Jenkins’” is consistently funny. The performance is a tight set of high quality, well crafted jokes delivered by a seasoned professional. Alberstadt is easily the most disciplined, hard working comic I’ve ever met. Over the last ten years I’ve marveled at the quality of new, evergreen material he generates. That steadfast dedication to his craft is evident in every track.

The four bonus tracks recorded live while Keith was entertaining the troops in Iraq and throughout the Middle East are very entertaining. It’s interesting to hear his material customized for such a specific audience. His stories about performing in a war zone are funny and fascinating to civilians who may not understand some specific military references – but the reaction from those troops demonstrates how well Keith connects with audiences.. even in troubled war zones.

It’s a fantastic cd, beginning to end. Longtime fans of Alberstadt won’t be disappointed and comedy fans new to Keith will no doubt become fans after a listen.

“It’s Pronounced ‘Jenkins'” is now available on Rooftop Comedy, where you can purchase a physical copy or download it on iTunes. It’s the perfect holiday gift, especially for anyone you may know serving in uniform.

Nashville area fans are in luck!

Keith is performing at the Roxy Theater in Clarksville – headlining the  “Comedy on the Cumberland” show benefitting the Humane Society. It’s a fantastic cause and an incredible line-up of comedians: Keith, Dan Whitehurst, X-Man and Hank Bonecutter. If you’re in the area, don’t miss it.

The rest of the week, Keith is at Zanies Comedy Showplace in Nashville – headlining Wednesday and Thursday nights and opening for Jim Breuer Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Get your tickets now.

Enter to win a FREE copy of Keith Alberstadt’s “It’s Pronounced ‘Jenkins’”

Register now to win one (1) copy of the new Keith Alberstadt “It’s Pronounced ‘Jenkins'” cd from We’ll pick a winner on October 17th.

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    Win a free copy of “The Dead Dead: Infinite Superdoom”

    "The Dead Dead: Infinite Superdoom" is available now

    Like most great Metal bands, The Dead Dead was formed when two Nashville comics, Sean Parrott and a mysterious collaborator, moved into a duplex. (Duplexes are SO METAL!) Inspired by the prospect of riches, fame, and trashy women, they decided to record a heavy metal concept album telling the tale of two men’s trek to hold the unimaginable power of the black sword, Infinite Superdoom. A year and a half later, that album was born, with a totally evil cover by Todd Evans at Silverface Designs.

    Unfortunately, two months ago, tragedy struck the band when the mysterious collaborator was killed by Satan. According to a letter left by Satan, attached by a pitchfork to the duplex’s front door, he had to die because The Dead Dead had “become too evil.” Despite this loss, Sean Parrott has decided to continue the proud tradition of The Dead Dead, bringing heavy metal joy to the hearts of anyone with enough money to afford him and enough women to sate him.

    The Dead Dead will be playing on September 6th at 6:30 PM at the open lot near Bongo Java – 107 S. 11th Street, East Nashville. Infinite Superdoom is available at shows for only 5 Dollars. It is also on iTunes and CDBABY.

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    Register now to win one (1) of ten (10!) copies of the new “The Dead Dead: Infinite Superdoom” cd from We’ll pick ten winners on September 6th.

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      TONIGHT: The “I HAVE NO FRIENDS” Stand-Up Comedy Contest

      TONIGHT! Brad Edwards headlines the “I HAVE NO FRIENDS” Stand-Up Comedy Contest. Come see 30 minutes from one of the funniest guys to come out of Nashville in the last five years. (Here’s a video of Brad performing at an ULTIMATE COMEDY show that we recently uploaded to Funny Or Die.)

      If you think you’re funny, come sign up for the open mic portion of the show. We’re giving away $50 to the winner (as decided by the audience and/or host Chad Riden, America’s Favorite Comedian Of All Time) and the LOSERS each get a can of consolation Fresca. Everybody gets 5 minutes. Go over your time and you are disqualified. Limited number of spots available! Don’t be late.

      Be there at 8:30 to sign up, show starts at 9.

      Music City Bar & Grill
      2416 Music Valley Drive
      Nashville, TN 37214

      no cover! 2-for-1 pints! 21+

      (facebook event)