Night It Went Well
Moody McCarthy is a word smith. Or "wordsmith", if that's how it's spelled. He wasn't sure, but the point is he likes smithing words. Moody began his stand-up in the 1900s, and now - after appearances on Last Comic Standing, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Star Search (the Arsenio one, not the Ed McMahon one) - he's more in demand than ever. Based out of New York City, he's become a continental favorite by spinning yarns about women with raspy voices, the joys of time zones, and the perks of unclehood. No gimmicks, just jokes: the lad can set-up & punch. His new CD captures 45 minutes of good lovin' at one of his favorite clubs, Ottawa's intimate "Absolute Comedy". Listen to a sample and you'll see why reviewers have called "The Night It Went Well" a case of truth in advertising.