Before I settled down in Las Vegas, I was a touring stand-up comic. You might have seen me on a late-night cable show at some point, but maybe not. After several years of touring the country and playing shows wherever I could, I finally got weary of life on the road. Different areas have different vibes, and like different kinds of jokes. The years wore me down, and when I realized I had played over 1000 shows and still had very little to show for it, I decided to make a change. I came to Las Vegas, which surprisingly enough is not a big town for stand-up comedy. I decided to pivot in my career, and become a funny but lounge-influenced host for a Las Vegas nightclub. I was an emcee, in the parlance of another generation, and quickly made a name for myself in the Las Vegas club scene. To the kids today an MC is a rapper, but I am en emcee, a job that has a long and storied history in Las Vegas. Back in the old days it was the Las Vegas emcee that kept the show going, and the crowd engaged. My natural wit and ability to deal with hecklers was fine-tuned at this point, so I fit right into the Las Vegas nightlife. There is a lot of great cannabis available in Las Vegas, and I admit that I use too much of it. It’s so hard to resist, because there seems to be a cannabis dispensary on every corner in the city of Las Vegas.