If we had a nickel for every new comedy troupe established, comedy-friendly venue opened, or A-list comedian who appeared in Music City in the past decade, we’d have … one big-ass bag of nickels! OK, so no one’s gonna line up around the block to hear our yuks anytime soon, but Nashville’s comedy scene isn’t suffering for our lack of skills. A biz-savvy quartet of local stand-up veterans — Marcus “Quit Playin’ ” Jones and buddies J-Dubb and Monty Hicks, with a boost from “secret white girl weapon” Heidi Ervin — christened themselves The Comedy Mafia earlier this year, teaming up to unleash observational-humor hijinks that defy all pigeonholes. Tonight’s headline show also features Renard Hirsch, recently back from Los Angeles and highly praised by Jazz & Jokes co-owner Adrian Granderson in Scene contributor Lance Conzett’s May cover story. Putting new twists on the classic duo act, Atlanta’s A Jew and a Black Guy round out the bill. A local hip-hop blowout with The Boom Bap’s DJ Rate, Kaby and Al-D starts on the same stage at 11 p.m. One ticket gets you into both shows; bring a canned food item for discounted admission.