Recorded: February 15, 2021
Nate Bargatze is one funny MFer. The boy hopped on the bus to catch up with Comp & The Crew, and he did not disappoint.
A Nashville native with a new Netflix special coming out March 18 called, "The Greatest Average American," Nate jumps right into things by talking about his own podcasting experience, why consistency is huge, and the process of "making it" in football vs comedy.
Next, Nate addresses how difficult the road is for a comic trying to make it, Will gives some insight into why he has always focused on creating business ventures outside of football, and Nate reveals who he thinks had the most impressive rise to fame of any comedian.
After that, Will and Nate share how valuable it is to have mentors, the importance of setting attainable goals, and why accountability is crucial. At this point, Nate starts whipping out stories from his comedy journey that leave everybody on the bus rolling, he opens up about how he knew he wanted to be a comedian, and he explains the path his life took to go from a rookie stand-up to a legit world-renowned talent.
Then, we hear about Nate's clown father (no, really, his dad was a clown AND a magician), performing in front of tiny crowds, doing shows to audiences who don't speak English, and the worst performance he's ever had.
This one's packed with laughs, so beware if you're taking this one to the gym with you. Enjoy.
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