Danny Felts is a comedian hailing from the great fugue state of Portland, OR who now lives in Brooklyn, NY. His career in comedy began when he started yelling premises to nobody in a former bands practice space. Since then he has been lucky enough to replace that practice space with actual people sometimes.
Felts has been fortunate enough to do some other cool stuff too. He’s performed in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival, and the Limestone Comedy Festival. He’s also been on the CROM Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Hell Yes Fest, Accidental Comedy Festival, The Cape Fear Comedy Fest, The Pittsburgh Comedy Festival, and the Orlando Indie Comedy Fest. He also ran Comedy Night! @ Al's Den in Downtown Portland for 2.5 years before he left for NYC. It was/is a weekly showcase that happened twice a week about 50 weeks a year on Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30PM and was both extremely rewarding/exhausting. Ask him about it, and he will talk about it at length. Danny's also been on Kevin Allison's storytelling show/podcast, RISK!, and has performed on The Moth too if you're into that sort of thing. And if you're one of those TV people Danny's also been on IFC's Portlandia, HBO's High Maintenance, and also once got paid $50 to be a audience member for the reboot of Steve Harvey's Night at the Apollo where Steve Harvey wore no less than 2 suits and even talked about god for a bit.
When he is not performing he is on the internet in various forms. He currently manages the PDX COMEDY BLOG which contains all the hips and haps within the Portland Comedy Scene. He was also the editor for the wildly popular/masochistic web series, The Spicy News, which he also wrote on.When he's not performing he does woodworking, editing, music composition, graphic design, photography, sewing, bicycle repair, and like, 14 other stupid things that make him sound like DEVRY but for liberal arts majors.
Danny's comedy is like Iceland. Obscure, layered in an array of sweaters, and breathtakingly beautiful.