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Aaron Weber is a comedian who does stand-up in Nashville, Tennessee. Weber was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, and he often plays at the Grand Ole Opry, which is known worldwide. At age 28, i.e., 2019, he made his debut, making him the youngest stand-up comedian to ever perform at the Grand Ole Opry. He hosted two episodes of Stand Up Nashville on Opry's Circle Network later that year. This was his first time on TV.
All over the country, college students use their time in school to figure out where they want to go. Aaron Weber, who graduated from Pope John Paul II High School in Hendersonville in 2010, was on stage with a microphone and making people laugh.
Weber gave stand-up comedy a shot for the first time as a college student at Notre Dame. He's been working on his stand-up comedy career for the past five years.
After Weber graduated, he moved back to Nashville and started trying to make a living as a comedian by doing open mics at different places around town. It didn't take Weber long to decide that he would try to make comedy his job.
He did shows all over the country every chance he got for almost five years. People tell young comedians never to say no to an opportunity to perform.
He has performed in prisons, people's backyards, and Protestant churches. Weber has gone on tour with well-known comedians like Nate Bargatze and Henry Cho as their warm-up act.
Weber doesn't plan to move to Los Angeles or New York as he builds his comedy career. Instead, he wants to stay in Nashville.
Weber wants to keep doing comedy, "make a living at it, and slowly start to be the main act at more places."
Aaron and some other comedians from Nashville broke the Guinness World Record for the longest stand-up comedy show in 2017.