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(Nashville, Tennessee…) – December 7, 2018 – Cledus T. Judd initially launched his hilarious new video “Gotta Pee” on Bang Productions’ massive network of online comedy fans – resulting in over 3.4 million views to date – and after only a few days, the clip is trending as one of the most-watched videos on CMT. The spoof of Bebe Rexha’s chart-topping “Meant To Be” featuring Florida Georgia Line follows Judd’s comeback video “My Weight’s Goin’ Up Down,” which topped the CMT Music 12 Pack Countdown.
“I wasn’t sure how my brand of humor would go over in 2018,” said Cledus after returning to performing from an extended hiatus. “We’re having an absolute blast out there on the road.”
Cledus signed with top comedy production and management firm Bang Productions, helmed by CEO John Edmonds Kozma, last month. The company is internationally known for utilizing social media and extensive touring to break comedians such as Darren Knight (aka Southern Momma), Gary Cargal, Andrew Conn,Catfish Cooley, Ginger Billy and Red Squirrel. The company and its roster of comedians have amassed a network of 6.5 million comedy fans, which is growing at a rate of 150,000 per month.
Judd will wrap up the year on the The Southern Momma Cledus T. Judd Comedy Experience at the Revention Music Center in Houston on Friday, December 21. The tour will kick off January 4, 2019 at the Will Rogers Auditorium in Ft. Worth. Information on dates, tickets and more can be found here.
About Cledus T. Judd:
Cledus T. Judd’s comedy career included nine studio albums, two EPs and no less than 25 music videos. No one was immune to his wit, sarcasm and often self-depricating humor. The life of stardom had a downside for Cledus, as constant partying led to drug addiction. He credits the birth of his daughter, now 14, for leading him to a clean life and a dedication to spending more time with his family. His self-imposed exile began a process of healing. He kept a hand in the business as a co-host of the WTCR morning radio show out of Huntington, West Virginia.
Ray Stevens asked him to open for him one night in Renfro Valley, Kentucky, and 1500 people gave him a standing ovation. He felt relevant again and soon started writing and record both parodies and serious songs. Brantley Gilbert picked up one of them, “Three Feet Of Water,” for his 2017 album The Devil Don’t Sleep.
The Tennessean detailed Cledus’ history of child abuse, molestation and subsequent anxiety and drug abuse and the 2013 baptism that washed it all away in an extensive feature last month. In the profile, Cledus is candid about his struggles and hopes talking about it will inspire others in similar situations to get help.
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