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If you've seen "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour'' on Comedy Central, Texas comedian Ron White might well have stood out for you.
Foxworthy is currently hosting the hit show "Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?" He produced and starred in "Foxworthy's Big Night Out" and "Blue Collar TV," and starred in "Blue Collar Comedy Tour, The Movie" and the concert tour of the same name.
Penny's professional efforts have been nationally recognized by The Today Show and the Blue Collar Comedy Tour as having highlighted products she developed for SkyMall.
And what about Roseanne, or the Canadian show The Trailer Park Boys, or the Blue Collar Comedy Tour? True, this segment of pop culture examines working-class whiteness, often quite critically.
It probably doesn't hurt that the Apostles have modeled their show on the red-state-friendly Blue Collar Comedy tour; the franchise has engendered three movies in the last four years, as well as the Blue Collar Radio channel on Sirius Satellite Radio.
THE New Yorker magazine of July 10th repor ts on the recordbreaking success of the Blue Collar Comedy tour, the personalities of its members (Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, Ron White and Bill Engvall) and the promotional skills of the tour's chief architect, talent manager J.P.
And don't ask him why he didn't join the Blue Collar Comedy Tour with Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy.
Strickland single-handedly resurrected the label's comedy imprint (which was recently branded LoudMouth Entertainment) when he signed Larry The Cable Guy, coaxed former label mates Foxworthy (the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history) and Engvall back to Warner and scored the recording rights to the very lucrative "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour".
The wildly successful Blue Collar Comedy Tour makes its way to Montreal, while Second City alum Nia Vardalos performs her one-woman show "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." Meanwhile, Jay Leno remotely introduces comic Michael Junior to the St.
"We have shown the media, through the success of the 'Blue Collar Comedy Tour,' that there is a whole group of people who are underserved by the media," Engvall said.
While most of them are new (stemming from the huge success of "Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie" released in 2003), there are quite a few which started following him in 1996 when he first started to tour nationally with Jeff Foxworthy.