A purple carpet tribute to comedy club pioneer Raymond Lambert….
“Impressively informative, exceptionally well written, organized and presented, and an inherently fascinating read from beginning to end.” – By Michael Dunford
It is also no secret that the publishing world is very, very white, with books by black authors published at an abysmal low, never rising above 10 percent of the industry’s output..
An Interview with Raymond Lambert: The entrepreneur-turned-club-owner explains why he considers himself a comedy purist.
Raymond Lambert was working on Wall Street when he met comedian Steve Harvey, catching his first glimpse of the funny business that would change his life.
Raymond will be doing a book signing and reception for “All Jokes Aside: Stand Up Comedy is a Phunny Business” at Reed Smith.