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About Jeff Foxworthy

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy fried his "average Joe" personality deep in white Southern culture and took redneck humor to national levels of popularity. His stand-up albums have sold in the millions (including an almost noble attempt at humor-laced Honky-Tonk country music) and he had a respectable run on television. While his fifteen minutes of fame as a crossover star are up, he remains a big comedic draw. If you enjoy line dancing around a pickup while sucking down a Schlitz, Foxworthy's still your man.

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Listen toJeff Foxworthyon Rhapsody

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy fried his "average Joe" personality deep in white Southern culture and took redneck humor to national levels of popularity. His stand-up albums have sold in the millions (including an almost noble attempt at humor-laced Honky-Tonk country music) and he had a respectable run on television. While his fifteen minutes of fame as a crossover star are up, he remains a big comedic draw. If you enjoy line dancing around a pickup while sucking down a Schlitz, Foxworthy's still your man.

About Jeff Foxworthy

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy fried his "average Joe" personality deep in white Southern culture and took redneck humor to national levels of popularity. His stand-up albums have sold in the millions (including an almost noble attempt at humor-laced Honky-Tonk country music) and he had a respectable run on television. While his fifteen minutes of fame as a crossover star are up, he remains a big comedic draw. If you enjoy line dancing around a pickup while sucking down a Schlitz, Foxworthy's still your man.

About Jeff Foxworthy

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy fried his "average Joe" personality deep in white Southern culture and took redneck humor to national levels of popularity. His stand-up albums have sold in the millions (including an almost noble attempt at humor-laced Honky-Tonk country music) and he had a respectable run on television. While his fifteen minutes of fame as a crossover star are up, he remains a big comedic draw. If you enjoy line dancing around a pickup while sucking down a Schlitz, Foxworthy's still your man.