Joe Mobley, hometown comedian will perform this weekend at the SCF

Joe Mobley, born December 5, 1969 started his comedy Shenanigans while in high school in LaBelle, where he danced and sang in the chorus. Later, Joe was a stand-up entertainer in the US Armed Forces, 􀀃where he wooed fellow soldiers, with his talents from Oklahoma to Germany.

When he went to college to pursue business, he discovered a love for stand-up comedy. For 27 years, Joe Mobley, has juggled his passion for comedy with being a father to his six children.

Joe Mobley, is not new to this business and has performed at the Jam Comedy Tour in three states, the BET comedy view Hershey-park, The Yuck Yuck Club in Toronto Canada, the Orpheum Theater in New Orleans, the Patti LaBelle Jazz Club and Larry Holmes Club both in Pennsylvania, he has appeared on the Fox 4 Morning Blend and Fox 4 with Lee Pitts.

He has hosted for Frankie Beverly, Lil Wayne, T-Pain, Trick Daddy as well as gospel sensation Gala James album release party.

Joe is most proud of being on television. The death of his parents was a life changing event although they continue to inspire hims as well as his Grandmother and Stephen Fetchet who keep him fresh.

Joe will be performing this Saturday, February 24 in Barron Park starting at 3 p.m. So stop and cheer this hometown comedian on.

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