Bio

"Best Comedy Collective" — The Nashville Scene 
 
Corporate Juggernaut is a series of comedy shows in Nashville, TN brought to you by Gary Fletcher and Brandon Jazz. Here are some nice things people have said about us:

I love doing Corporate Juggernaut shows. And now they do them at The High Watt and they have just gotten better. It’s a perfect place to perform. Everyone is so cool there and just knows how a show should work. Really loved doing the show there and happy they invited me.” -                                                               

                                                                                     Nate Bargatze                                                     

"Corporate Juggernaut shows at The High Watt are high quality and super fun.  The venue is a perfect setting for a fun intimate comedy show.  GO SEE ONE AND QUIT BEING A JERK!" -

                                                                                         Rory Scovel                                                                                                                

 "This place is the future.  Comedy clubs are so yesterday. Well… except the ones that work me." -

                                                                                       Jarrod Harris 

Corporate Huggernuts shows at the Hey What are super fun and—why? What did I say? It’s “Juggernaut”? The venue is called the “High Watt”? That doesn’t sound right. Really? If you say so, fine. The Corporate JUGGERNAUT shows at the HIGH WATT in Smashville are a great time an—well now what? It’s called “Nashville?” Come on. That’s not even a real place.

                                                                                         Kyle Kinane

 “If you’ve been following the Scene print edition lately, you’ve probably noticed that I’m a wee bit enamored with local alt-comedy troupe Corporate Juggernaut. It might actually border on “unhealthy obsession,” but it’s not like I’m rummaging through Gary Fletcher’s garbage or spying on James Austin Johnson while he’s taking a shower. (At least not as far as they know.)” 
                                                  Sean Maloney/The Nashville Scene