Tommy Smothers


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How to Be a Working Comic: An Insider's Guide to a Career in Stand-Up Comedy book photo In an interview with the author of How to Be a Working Comic: An Insider's Guide to a Career in Stand-Up Comedy , Tommy Smothers reveals what led up to the infamous "Troubadour " incident. After the cancellation of the Smothers Brothers TV show, Tommy performed as a solo act: I had been ...
Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour videocam Harry Nilsson appeared on the July 8, 1970, episode of the Smothers Brothers's television show, "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour ."   Tommy Smothers introduced Harry by singing "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City ." Harry demonstrated the basics of songwriting by performing "Poli ...
Troubadour place On March 12, 1974, Harry Nilsson and John Lennon were escorted out of the Troubadour club in Hollywood, California , because they were heckling the Smothers Brothers during the comedy/music duo's "comeback" performance.   Harry Nilsson said the ...
Smothers Brothers person Harry Nilsson appeared on an episode of the Smothers Brothers's television show, Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour . Tommy Smothers introduced Harry by singing "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City .' Harry demonstrated the basics of songwriting by performing "Poli High ."   Later, John ...