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Joe Matarese

Comedian Joe Matarese’s new one man standup show, "Remember When," is a trip through Joe's life growing up in the 70's, 80's, and 90's when there were no cell phones, and going clubbing every night seemed really important It also tells the story of Joe raising two kids with his wife in the softer, technology obsessed era of today. Joe's hilarious and self-deprecating trip down memory lane entertains the audience while enlightening and inspiring them to embrace their individuality.

Joe has performed before 18,000 people while opening for Bill Burr and Sebastian Maniscalco at The Wells Fargo Center, received a standing ovation on America's Got Talent, was a regular on Chelsea Lately, appeared multiple times on The Late Show and The Late Late Show on CBS, and currently has 2 specials on Amazon Prime.

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