AWARD WINNING COMEDIAN BONE HAMPTON TO APPEAR ON THE VIEW by The Media Collective on 2014-07-22 10:47:13
Nashville, Tenn. (July 22, 2014) – Award–winning comedian Bone Hampton will appear on ABC's The View this Thursday, July 24. Hampton will perform his lauded stand-up routine during the show’s Sherri's Comedy Corner segment. The appearance marks Hampton’s fourth appearance on The View - twice as a host on "Guy Day Friday,” Co-Host during "Male Best Friend" Day, and once during Joy's Comedy Corner.
Recipient of the 2013 GMA Dove Award Grady Nutt Humor Award for Comedian of the Year, Hampton’s latest DVD, "UnOfficially Famous" released this past April and is available at bonehampton.com.
Hampton can also be heard in Nashville every Monday and Tuesday morning on "Mighty Good Day" with Stellar Award winner Lady Shaunte' on 760AM The Gospel, and is part of the comedy tour "The Heavy Hitters” with Chinitta Morris, Akintunde and Marcus Wiley. For tour dates visit bonehampton.com. This fall he will be headlining the GMA Dove Award comedy show during GMA Dove Week 2014.
About Bone Hampton:
The term “crossover” is seldom used of comedians, yet the word is the perfect descriptor for “Bone” Hampton, one of redemptive comedy’s most well traveled and in-demand funnymen. Bone’s comedic smarts know no bounds. One day he can be seen working the crowd at a comedy club, the next he’s doing his thing at a church gig, and the following he’s making a splash on a hit sitcom. Such is evidenced in his diverse resume, including “All About Steve” with Sandra Bullock & Bradley Cooper, NBC’s My Name is Earl, ABC’s Less Than Perfect, and reoccurring appearances on TBN’s “Praise the Lord,” LeCrae’s “Higher Learning Tour” and on the “Thou Shalt Laugh 2 and 5 projects with Tim Conway and Chonda Pierce.
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