Will Navé
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Will Navé

Compton, California, United States | SELF

Compton, California, United States | SELF
Band Comedy Singer/Songwriter


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The best kept secret in music


"Uncle Al Fries Up Comedy with his Burgers"

After a bad day at work, a fight with your significant other, or when your favorite football team goes down to defeat, a salve is necessary to sooth the soul.

You right-minded thinkers mightimmediately head to your local Know-it-all bartender for a remedy, but as every subscriber of Reader's Digest already knows, laughter is the best medicine.

With the Laugh Factory at the Pike at Rainbow Harbor Still months away from Completion,you might find it a tad difficult to lacate a professional joke-slinger to fill your prescription. Not so. Look no further than the East Village and Uncle Al's. The Home of the World Famous salmon Burger" Might seem and unlikely place to have your comedy itch scratched, until you walk in and listen to the comedians who take the mic every Saturday night.

Master of Ceremonies Will Nave commands the stage between acts with observational humor and some "gosomething-likethis" thrown in for good measure:"Did you ever think what it might be like if Chris Tucker was a crossing guard? Bernie Mac as a substitute teacher? Bill Cosby as a cafeteria worker? I think it would go something like this..."

His celebrity impressions were all done well and brought enthusiastic reactions from his newly acquired fan base.

Nave developed an early rapport with the audience, telling jokes involving such subject matter as the Rodney King beating, which, although somewhat dated, made the crowd howl with laughter. Warning to all you living room comedians with too much beer and a lampshade: loud disparaging comments do get thrown at the Uncle Al's "stage" from impatient comedians waiting their turn. While drunkenly putting your underwear over your head might draw laughter at your house parties, you might want to prepare some heckler retorts just in case. Even as MC, Nave was taunted. His retorts,clever, were effective nonetheless:
"why should I give you the stage when you're yelling at me? I'll never get tired of holding thid microphone" he told a man in the audience who begged of him, "For the love of God, tell a joke!"

Uncle Al's Seadoof serves beer and wine along with the aforementioned salmon burgers,and unlike some comedy venues, they don't charge a cover.

Uncle Al's 400 E. First St. 436-2553, and one the web at www.unclealseafood.com

- By Thomas Wasper my.style Contributor

"Comedy to benefit Long Beach City College"

Former Long Beach City College basketball player Vic Camper is hosting a comedy show Friday at Hall of Champions Gym as a fundraiser for the Vikings men's basketball program.

The show will feature comedians Evett the Funny Lady, Brent Morin, Will Nave, and Jason Collins as well as performances by the LBCC pep band,cheerleaders and dance team.Camper will MC the event and will introduce the 2008-09 LBCC men's basketball team during the show.

There will be a dunk contest at intermission, or "halftime," as Camper is billing it, and a raffle. Camper said the comedian's material and language will be "PG-13."

Tickets are $10 for LBCC students and $12 for non-students. Camper estimates 300 to 400 of the 1,500 tickets are still available and can be purchased at the door. For more -information, call (951)237-5514 or go to www.viccampentertainment.com - long beach press telegram


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Born and raised Long Beach California; Will Nave has always been perceive as the class clown in school. In his senior year (1997) Woodrow Wilson High held a talent contest for male seniors (as the females where planning their own events), the talent contest had no resections as to what can be presented. Eagered about the news; Will thought to himself “this is my chance to show people how funny I really am” unfortunately he did not win the talent contents for his school, however the following day teachers and friends complimented him, for his courage and admired his performance held at the auditorium where he introduced his first comedy show in front of the whole school. It was at this point of his life when Will realized his love for the stage and comedy.

In 2006 Will performed in Hollywood, California at the world famous Comedy Store on Sunset, and the Speckle Theater in downtown San Diego, California. In 2009 He also hosted at the Pasadena Ice House Annex Room. Will even went on to do his own venue in downtown Long Beach California (which lasted for two years) at Fried Laughs. This show received outstanding news paper reviews from the Long Beach Gazette.

Will Nave also has had the opportunity to be on the radio at 102.3 KJLH with Cliff Winston. Soon after that Will received a call from YO-YO at 93.5 K-DAY in 2007 to do his Jessie Jackson impersonation, as he has a talent of singing and work’s with various voice impersonations. He is focused on mastering this art to its out most perfection. From heavy Southern accents, to Bernie Mac, Prince, etc... His impersonations are endless. Will has also worked with Lady J on the LA Talk radio (an internet station) making guest spot appearances from 2008-2009,but his proudest achievement was when he performed for the troops and their family’s at Camp Pendleton. “It was an honor to perform for our men and women who sacrifice their lives in order to give us the freedom we have today”

In 2008 Will felt his love and passion for comedy has finally paid off. He won the Improve competition contract held at Pechanga Indian casino in Temecula, California (which is now called The Comedy Club at Pechanga) and went on to do his first performance at the casino in 2009. Since then Will has developed tremendously to become a feature act. “These all have been great accomplishments that I am so deeply proud off however im not done! In fact it's just the beginning!” Will looks forward to continued success in the future and hopes one day it could tap into the world of acting.