Pierce brings message; tour scheduled for Friday, March 31, at Tyler Metro Church

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Emmy-nominated comedian Chonda Pierce is set to bring her “Happily Laugher After” tour to Whitehouse’s Tyler Metro Church (14196 Highway 110 South) on Friday March 31 at 7 p.m. The best-selling female comedian of all time, Pierce will deliver an uplifting and encouraging night of joy and laughter, armed with her unpretentious Southern charm and laser sharp wit. The evening will also feature special guest acclaimed singer/songwriter Karyn Williams.

Tickets for the “Happily Laughter After” tour can be purchased by calling 1-800-965-9324 or online at www.iTickets.com. VIP tickets ($45) include early admission as well as a meet and greet with Pierce. General admission ($26) and discounted group tickets are also available.

A Christian humor trailblazer, television hostess, author and actress, Chonda Pierce has channeled her life experiences into positivity, bringing laughter to audiences around the country for more than two decades. The Recording Industry Association of America’s (RIAA) best-selling female comedian of all time,

Pierce has earned five Daytime Emmy Award nominations and is ranked among Pollstar’s top-selling live performers with six Platinum DVDs and three Gold DVDs to her credit. 

In 2015, “Chonda Pierce: Laughing in the Dark” made its one-night box office premiere in more than 500 theatres nationwide. Available on DVD from Sony Pictures, the documentary is a deeply personal glimpse into Pierce’s life chronicling the tragic loss of her husband. A follow-up feature, “Chonda Pierce: Enough,” presented by Fathom Events and Fuseic Entertainment, hits theaters around the country April 25 for one night.

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Karyn Williams’ debut, Only You, features the hit single, “Rest In Hope,” which spent more than 30 weeks on the charts. Named among Billboard Magazine’s “Best Bets” in 2012, Williams has collaborated with such top Nashville writers as Sarah Hart, Ben Glover, and her husband, Brian White. Also an actress and author, Williams co-penned The Takeaway (HCI 2009) with her father, Orlando Magic Senior Vice President and Founder, Pat Williams. Her latest recording is Letting Go of Perfect.

For further information, visit chonda.org or turningpointpr.com.

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