March 24th, 1996, 9:00pm (est.), Ree’s Lounge, Fairfield, Alabama is when and where it all began. This would be the day that Micah White would step out and try his hand in the entertainment world. Unbeknown to him at the time, this would be the day that would change the rest of his life. Using his childhood nickname Bam-Bamm, Micah was allowed 10 minutes to make the crowed laugh. As he left the stage when his 10 minutes had expired, he noticed laughs, applause, smiles, and the host Rickey Smiley shaking his hand telling him in his ear, man you should keep coming. From that moment he’s never looked back. Micah “Bam-Bamm” Whites career has taken many turns since then. Shortly after his start he accepted his first tour with the Black Chippendales (male exotic dancers). He was their comedian and host. It wasn’t exactly the idea he had in mind for a tour, but it was work and he was making steps in his new found career. Since then he has toured and performed with comedians D.L. Hugely, Rickey Smiley, Bob Saget, Bernie Mac, Eddie Griffin, Paublo Francisco, Robert Schimmel and many others. Bam-Bamm has also traveled and performed with many, famed musical artist. Jill Scott, Beanie Man, Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder, Frankie Beverly and Maze, and The OJays, just to name a few. Micah was one the top ten regional finalists in the HBO Lucky 21 Comedy Competition, out of 220 comedians in the mid west and east coast. Micah is also one of few comedians that have a 100% return demand at every comedy club he has performed at in the nation! Since 1998 Micah has also extend his profession to kids and corporations. Starting with the DARE program in Greenville, Mississippi. Micah performed for 2 high schools and 2 middle schools with the message of staying in school and saying no to drugs. He also was the keynote speaker for the American Heart Association in Vancouver, Canada. Micah “Bam-Bamm” Whites comedy is definitely unique to his own personality and views. He gives every crowd, very high energy, and a show they will never forget! A lot of comics are funny, but only a few are flat out hilarious.