Jason Weems: “Unknown”, Comedy Stand-Up Special–Live Taping December 1, 2018

“UNKNOWN” COMEDIAN SETS OUT TO BE A HOUSEHOLD NAME AS HIS TEAM CREATES A PLATFORM TO DISCOVER “UNKNOWN” ARTISTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY Live taping of 1-hour stand-up comedy special stars UNKNOWN (for now), Jason Weems Saturday, December 1, 2018 at Baltimore’s Historic Center Stage Theater Jason Weems, a Baltimore based stand-up comedian, died after a performance in Philadelphia. No pulse. No heartbeat. 5-minutes. He was immediately rushed to... Read More

You Won’t Believe What Happened To Me!

It’s funny what a day will change. I take that back, it’s funny what can change in a moment. Just a moment. A day is a bit lofty. As many of you have heard, I am thankfully recovering from the worst asthma attack I’ve ever experienced this past Wednesday night 5/3/17 as I was on stage in Philly. I have fought asthma my entire life, spending long periods of my youth in & out of emergency rooms. For those of you with asthma, you... Read More

Tha’ Block Is Hot, Along With Everything Else !!!

I wanted to write something today while my boys were down for their naps, but nothing jumped out at me. Then I said to myself,  “just write about what you’re feeling right at this moment Jason”. What am I feeling you ask ??? Blessed to have a functioning air conditioning unit !!! It is a special kind of HOT outside today. It’s the kind of hot that your grandmother used to tell you to “shut them blinds & lay still”.... Read More

I’m Not A Comedian, I’m A Hustler

When I first realized that GOD had blessed me with the gift and ability to make others laugh by merely speaking my thoughts, it was AMAZING. Not discounting anyone else’s gifts, but I cannot think of a gift better than making someone laugh. I’m talking about that ugly, shake the person next to you violently, run around the kitchen laugh. It is so special. It’s what can change the trajectory of your day from “horrible” to “I can make it... Read More

Funny What Some Days Will Change

It’s Thursday September 23, 2010 and in 4 days it will be my 4-year comedy anniversary (September 27, 2010). So much has changed since that very first time I stepped on stage in the fall of 2006. As I type this, I am preparing to go and headline a room where I’ll do between 45 – 60 minutes and be the entertainment for the evening. That is mind-boggling to me, and to make it crazier, a reporter from the Baltimore Sun will be there who is... Read More