Anderi (pronounced Andre) Bailey, aka Mr. Amen: Comedian, Host & Entertainer. Anderi Bailey has a diverse styling that can bring laughter to your youth and elders alike; from comedy night at your local bar, headlining your local comedy club, to bringing the funny to the pulpit of your church home. Anderi has been mastering his craft since '06, with his talent and hard work leading the way to opening for the likes of D.L. Hughley, Earth Quake and Charlie Murphy. Also bringing him front-and-center on the Historical and Legendary stage of the Apollo Theater, along with Laughs Unlimited and Tommy T's comedy clubs, and ultimately to his television debut on Magic Johnson's aspire network's "Who Got Next" comedy special. This year Anderi, was chosen by Kevin Hart and Comedy Central for this season's Funny is Funny show set to air in September. Being raised in the Church and not being a stranger to the hood allows Mr. Amen to provide an enviroment, and a performance, that everyone of all ages and back grounds can be comfortable in and entertained by. StanleyRay "ThePoet"
"One of the funniest and versatile comics on the scene"
"One of the premier Gospel Comics in the nation"
Anderi? is that pronounced An-der-i?...thought you said Andre, what's up? Well here's what happened, Anderi's mom got a little creative and decided that her Andre would spell his name differently. She knew he would need to stand out from the crowd someday, therefore, she tweaked the spelling of his name. Every family has one, the one who no matter how serious the situation, there they are adding some comedic relief to problem, making everybody laugh and feel a little better for the moment; that's who Anderi was to his family while growing up. So naturally, he would go on to pursue entertaining larger audiences with his gift. Anderi's journey began with comedic poetry and moved on to Improv with a comedy group. Anderi's real breakthrough came when he got an opportunity to host the show; he discovered that he loved being on stage, solo. Because Anderi grew up in church, his comedy is presented from a spiritual perspective, which means it's clean and appropriate for all venues and age groups. Don't get it twisted, he is not delivering a comedic sermon, he just makes the crowd laugh without cursing or any references to sex or other vulgar material. Andre believes that through his comedy he provides his audience a vacation or anesthesia like escape from the cares of the world. He feels that God is moving freely throughout the room preparing every heart for healing and freedom.