Stephen Nicks first appeared on the LYGO stage to headline the August 5 show at Flava and returned as a special guest at Shaw’s Tavern on August 25. Stephen keeps it simple and delivers the laughs, but does get personal and… it can get messy. Suffice to say, his distrust of mankind is matched only by his distrust of himself.
Stephen Nicks combines a level of frustrated goofiness from a platform of general distrust of mankind (and most of the time himself). Beginning in Washington DC he quickly became a unique voice on the comedy scene. He has recently relocated to his parent‚Äôs basement in New Jersey. He escapes regularly to perform all over the tri-state area, where he is frequently funny.
Before heading home, Stephen visited to win the 2012 March Madness Comedy Competition at the world famous Stress Factory. Having outlasted 63 of New York and New Jerseys‚ best young comedians, he’s since been blessed to share the stage with Ari Shaffir, Tony Woods, Jodi Miller, Julian McCullough, Kurt Metzger, Godfrey, and Joe Materesse. He has performed at Broadway Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, and US Navy Memorial Theater.
Stephen spent years as an NPR DJ. Nicks now takes those talents to the podcasting world as co-host of The Black and White Cookiecast with long time friend and comedy writer Chase Jeter. The show is available at the link provided here and can also be found on iTunes.
Stephen was contributing author and performer with the critically acclaimed Tommy Taylor Show. On a nightly basis you can see Stephen perform in Washington DC’s best rooms, most of which run by District Comedy. Stephen Nicks’ unique voice and hilarious observations are turning him into a comedic success.
Crowds love him. His parents still aren’t impressed.