As a founding member of the Blue Collar Comedy group, Bill Engvall has become an incredibly successful stand-up comic with his country comedy and observational satire style. In 2000, Engvall and Foxworthy launched the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, which has performed stand-up concerts for ticket holders on six treks across North America and the U.K. Since then, he has put out six more albums, including the No. 1 comedy albums 2004’s A Decade of Laughs, 2007’s 15° Off Cool and 2012’s Them Idiots: Whirled Tour with Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy. He attended Southwestern University in Georgetown but left school and worked as a tour guide and disc jockey before trying his hand at stand-up in Dallas, Texas. Engvall moved to Southern California in 1990 to pursue comedy full time, and ended up hosting A&E’s An Evening at The Improv, as well as performing stand-up on The Tonight Show and the Late Show with David Letterman. In 1992, he was named Best Male Standup at the American Comedy Awards. He became a regular on Delta Burke’s ABC series Delta, and later was cast alongside fellow comic Jeff Foxworthy in his NBC show. In 1996, Engvall signed to Warner Bros. Records and released his first comedy album, entitled Here's Your Sign based on his signature bit. The album sold over one million copies and peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Country album chart.