Jeff Foxworthy Bill Engvall Tickets

Blue-collar work is generally considered to be the lowest form of employment in the social hierarchy and draws a lot of flak for its menial/manual labor oriented nature. Yet its teeming constituents are the ones who support the upper echelons of the employment scale, such as those constituting the pink or white collared strata. Most of the kinds of jobs entailed in blue-collar work, such as mining, welding, construction and maintenance are no laughing matter, what with their arduous schedules and grueling working conditions. Yet one trio of comedians has made a name for themselves in highlighting the lighter shades of blue-collar tasks. Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry the Cable Guy have been trooping around for about a decade now, unleashing their working-class brand of humor upon their audiences. When Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry the Cable Guy are not being their gleesome threesome selves, they elicit rollicking laughter from their fans through comedy specials, DVD and CD albums as well as through hosting hugely popular TV shows and of course their own solo shows.
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Before they came together as a tri, Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry the Cable Guy seemed to have paid their dues doing just what they would later go on to joke about. Jeff Foxworthy used to tinker around with IBM mainframe computers before he entered and won the Great Southeastern Laugh-off at the Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta back in 1984. In his late teens, Bill Engvall started out as an undergrad at the Southwestern University but then dropped out and did stints as an underground cavern tour guide and as a DJ at a Dallas nightclub. Daniel Lawrence Whitney a.k.a Larry the Cable Guy also dropped out of college during his junior year and started disc jockeying at a local radio station. He developed his stage persona over the years, tuning into a faux Southern accent and enveloping it with redneck stereotypes, right down to his camouflaged headgear and cutoff, trashy garb.

Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry The Cable Guy have been heaped with awards and recognition both whilst working as a group as well as during the course of their solo comedic careers. Jeff received critical acclaim for his comedic routines early on with an award for being the "Best Stand-Up Comic" at the 1990 American Comedy Awards . His comedy albums started to fly off the racks soon after, with his debut and follow-up comedy album, You Might Be a Redneck If… and Games Rednecks Play respectively flaunting their redness by selling more than 3 million copies each whilst clocking high ratings on the Top Country Albums and Billboard 200 charts. Receiving Grammy nominations of "Best Spoken Comedy Album" in 1995 and 2001 for his respective works, Jeff ranks as the most commercially successful comedy-recording artist of all time and has authored more than 26 books.

Before becoming part of the Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry the Cable Guy touring trio, Bill had been making frequent rounds of the comedy clubs in southern California. He developed an early association with Jeff when he was cast in the latter's The Jeff Foxworthy Show aired on NBC during the mid-nineties . Bill started churning out his own comedy albums towards the late nineties and then became part of the rollicking bunch of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, featuring Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry the Cable Guy - along with the scotch drinking/cigar totting Ron White. The roar-some foursome hammered and drilled away their Blue-Collar comedic routines for six years, raking in tens of millions of dollars as well as clocking millions in DVD sales of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour trilogy.

Whitney is the glue that holds the triad of Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry the Cable Guy, what with his short and burly frame and crazy catchphrases that he strategically throws in whenever he needs to make a point. Spouting his oft-repeated "Git-R-Done" when he requires acknowledgment, he'll assert himself with "I don't care who ya are, that's funny right there" when his redneck tidbits become too close for comfort for the audience and then solemnly turning to one side and uttering "Lord, I apologize, and be with the starvin' Pygmies down there in New Guinea. Amen." So you all better stop apologizing and get your Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall & Larry the Cable Guy tickets as soon as possible!

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