In 1990 Bill Engvall moved to Southern California to dedicate full-time to his comedy. Early notoriety came from hosting the cable show A Pair of Jokers with Rosie O'Donnell and an appearance on The Golden Palace where he played Blanche's son Matthew, a stockbroker turned aspiring comic . Now That's Awesome" (with Neal McCoy, Tracy Byrd and T. Graham Brown). 59. - - Now That's Awesome.
Bill Engvall chronology. Here's Your Christmas Album (1999). Now That's Awesome (2000). Cheap Drunk: An Autobiography (2002). Now That's Awesome is a 2000 comedy album by comedian Bill Engvall. It was his only release for BNA Records. The album includes the musical tracks "Now That's Awesome" and "Shoulda Shut Up", with guest vocals from T. Graham Brown, Neal McCoy and Tracy Byrd on the former, and Julie Reeves on the latter
In mid-2000, Engvall released Now That's Awesome and embarked on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, again with Foxworthy, and also with two other comics they'd recruited, Larry the Cable Guy and Ron White. The quartet's act proved to be very popular, and the tour continued over the next several years, spawning several albums, a movie, and a cable television show along the way. Despite Blue Collar's collective success, Engvall continued releasing material on his own as well.
In mid-2000, Engvall released Now That's Awesome and embarked on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, again with Foxworthy, and also with two other comics they'd recruited, Larry the Cable Guy and Ron White.
Bill Engvall specializes in a down-home brand of humor much like that of his drawling doppelganger (and best friend), Jeff Foxworthy. Engvall's conversational, observational bits are a little more sophisticated than Foxworthy's, but just as family-friendly. Cosby-like jokes about his kids, Leno-worthy gags about factory outlet malls and the Missouri town of Branson, and such safe terms as "passing gas" give people a chance to laugh without having to blush.
Bill Engvall "Now That's Awesome" Full Album. Bill Engvall "Now That's Awesome" Full Album.
A look at the early years (2010). 2nd Blue Collar special (2004). Where it all started (1996).
Only 10 left in stock (more on the way).
Los Angeles, CA, They told me that I'm pretty funny.
|–Bill Engvall||The 90's||1:03|
|–Bill Engvall||Bar Scene In California||1:35|
|–Bill Engvall||Now That's Awesome||1:44|
|–Bill Engvall||The Dog Had To Be Trained||2:47|
|–Bill Engvall||Pound Puppies||1:20|
|–Bill Engvall||Smoker Aquarium||1:33|
|–Bill Engvall||When Did Shrapnel Become A Fashion Accessory?||3:37|
|–Bill Engvall||Too Much Information (Cause I'm The Dad)||4:27|
|–Bill Engvall||White Trash Road Race||4:05|
|–Bill Engvall||A Snake In The Toilet||6:33|
|–Bill Engvall||Surfing Lesson||4:33|
|–Bill Engvall||People Amaze Me (Here's Your Sign)||3:01|
|–Bill Engvall With Neal McCoy, T. Graham Brown And Tracy Byrd||Now That's Awesome (Song)||3:03|
|–Bill Engvall With Julie Reeves||Shoulda Shut Up (Song)||3:47|
|BNA07863-69311-2||Bill Engvall||Now That's Awesome (CD)||BNA Records Label||BNA07863-69311-2||US||2000|
|BNA07863-69377-4||Bill Engvall||Now That's Awesome (Cass, Album)||BNA Records Label||BNA07863-69377-4||US||2000|
|75517489252||Bill Engvall||Now That's Awesome (CD, Album, RE)||BMG Special Products||75517489252||US||2004|