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James Gregory has been a stand-up comedian for 20 years. During this time he has continued to set attendance records in most of the venues he performs with little national exposure.
James Gregory has performed for over 300 corporate clients, including Southern Company, Hewlett Packard Corporation, Kroger Supermarkets, Coco-Cola Company, and the American Red Cross.
James Gregory's has been featured in the film "Double Take", Disney/Touchstone Pictures. His television credits include appearing on TNN on a semi-regular basis for 15 years, a total of more than 80 appearances including "Music City Tonight" and "The Ralph Emery Show," as well as "The Dolly Parton Show", ABC, "Comedy Club Network", Showtime and "The Big Laff Off", Showtime.
James Gregory appears live over 200 radio shows during morning and afternoon drive time throughout the year, every year. These appearances frequently include syndicated radio shows: "John Boy and Billy Show", "Rick and Bubba," "Bob and Tom", and "Steve and DC" shows. His comedy bits are played on a regular basis throughout the country as well.
James Gregory's critically acclaimed One Man Show, "Grease, Gravy & John Wayne's Momma" was sponsored by HBO and featured at the US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen (1999). This same show had a month long run at the Hudson Theatre in Hollywood (2000).
In 1990, James Gregory released his first album on Sony, which was titled "It Could Be A Law, I Don't Know." James' book, by the same name, was published by Sweetwater Press.
James Gregory has been featured in publications such as Country America, Music City News, Laugh Track, Backstage West, Southern Living and Goodness Magazine along with major newspapers throughout the South.
James Gregory has appeared in concert with Randy Travis, Reba McEntire, The Judds, George Jones, Ricky Skaggs and more.
James Gregory has sold over 200,000 pieces of merchandise out of the trunk of his car!