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Marlo's Conversations With Friends: Janet Williams - Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging, Equity I am deeply grateful for this conversation with my friend Janet Williams, who I have recently reconnected with, around the topic of Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging and Equity. This topic is very important to me and falls into one of the pillars of my company vision, WELL-Being with your community, and I couldn’t be happier to be having with Janet as her work is fully immersed in it and she wants to help others begin their journey to learning more.
TENNESSEE WILL NEVER BE THE SAME WHEN JANET WILLIAMS SHOWED UP THE SCENES The Tennessee Tramp is a local favorite here in Chattanooga. Janet doesn’t hold anything back about her views on marriage, divorce, men, and women. She takes her comedy to the edge and over the top. She’s not just the Tennessee Tramp; she’s a favorite of the Troops. She has traveled to Japan, Korea, Germany and several other countries that will never be the same. Janet has performed all over the world, but she will always be one of our favorites. You don’t want to miss her, she’s been watching the news, and trash TV and has lots to say about it. If you are squeamish she’s not your gal, but if you like it over the top you’ll love her as we all do.

Also we will have specail host John Woo
COMEDIAN JANET WILLIAMS IS LIVE! Janet Williams, a.k.a., The Tennessee Tramp is a Nationally touring comedian who plays "A" rooms throughout the United States and Canada. She has done several USO tours including Japan, Korea, Guam, and Germany.
She has been a guest on the John Boy and Billy radio show, and does radio throughout the nation.
Her audiences consist of folks 18 to 80 as her subject matter encompasses all ages, genders, and ethnic groups. She has an endearing stage presence that makes her audiences think of her as a crazy grandmother, a wacky aunt, or a nutty neighbor. All can relate to her in some way.
Besides working the club circuits, Janet does corporate work as well, and has served on the Board of Y-ME in Chattanooga, and has worked their corporate event for three years. She has done comedy for the Erlanger Group for those battling cancer. She has worked fund-raisers for Animal Protection Services both in Chattanooga, and Mississippi.
She has been on National Television for two seasons on BET Comic View, and was cast as Trudy Sparks in the Mystic Java sitcom filmed in Chattanooga.
She is a lovable force to be reckoned with, and audiences leave her shows feeling she is part of the family.
SHE'S BAACK COMEDIAN JANET WILLIAMS Relationships have long been fodder for comedians, and it has been no different for Janet "The Tennessee Tramp" Williams. In fact, it was her marriage that pushed her into going on stage in the first place, she says."After six years of being married ... I figured I could either spend $200 an hour on therapy or I could get paid $200 to talk about it," she said of her decision to become a comedian 16 years ago.Since first going onstage at The Comedy Catch, she has traveled the country and played nearly every club on the circuit. Last year she put 63,000 miles on her car and flew to many other shows while doing more than 42 weeks on the road.Recently, she got a call from NBC and was told she did not get the job on Betty White's "These Old Rockers.""First of all, I didn't know I was up for the part," she said. "They said I was too young. I'm 63. I asked them to call back and tell me I was too thin and then my life would be complete."A while back, fellow comedian Karen Mills described the difference between her work and Williams'.
"I can be funny," Mills said. "I can write a funny joke.
WERE BACK WITH COMEDIAN JANET WILLIAMS Janet Williams, a.k.a., The Tennessee Tramp is a Nationally touring comedian who plays "A" rooms throughout the United States and Canada. She has done several USO tours including Japan, Korea, Guam, and Germany. She has been a guest on the John Boy and Billy radio show, and does radio throughout the nation. Her audiences consist of folks 18 to 80 as her subject matter encompasses all ages, genders, and ethnic groups. She has an endearing stage presence that makes her audiences think of her as a crazy grandmother, a wacky aunt, or a nutty neighbor. All can relate to her in some way.

Besides working the club circuits, Janet does corporate work as well, and has served on the Board of Y-ME in Chattanooga, and has worked their corporate event for three years. She has done comedy for the Erlanger Group for those battling cancer. She has worked fund-raisers for Animal Protection Services both in Chattanooga, and Mississippi.
Janet Williams aka Tennessee tramp is back Janet Williams aka The Tramp is a loveably bawdy character that has become an Off The Hook favorite and at clubs across the country. She's middle age, trailer trash, truck driving;, oversexed, potty mouthed, unsophisticated, southern sass! If profanity and crass sexual descriptions are offensive to you, stay as far away from this show as humanly possible. If not, get your damn  HELP
Inside IMW 9 | with Kim Williams, Janet Bunderson and Peggy Shafer My conversation with Janet and Peggy, two of our biggest supporters and listeners about meditation. These ladies bring the wisdom.
Autism Speaks with Guest Janet Williams, Director of Community Outreach Autism Speaks with Guest Janet Williams, Director of Community Outreach
Episode 7: Janet Williams, Part I: No Accidents Episode 7: Janet Williams, Part I: No Accidents. I am particularly excited to present the first of a three-part interview with the distinguished American soprano and pedagogue Janet Williams, who also happens to be one of my dearest friends. We met when we were both apprentice artists at the Merola Opera Program of the San Francisco Opera. Since then Janet established herself as one of the premiere lyric coloratura sopranos of her generation and is now highly respected as a pedagogue, clinician, and mentor. In this portion of our discussion, we speak about Janet’s formative years in Detroit and how she found her way into the opera world, despite an early interest in gospel singing and the desire of becoming a backup singer à la The Supremes. Particular attention is paid to her tutelage under the distinguished African American soprano and civil rights icon Camilla Williams (as Janet points out, no relation!) As usual, copious musical excerpts are sprinkled throughout the interview.

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