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Album Review

To no one's surprise, Totally Committed is not a radical departure from Jeff Foxworthy's other albums. He's still cracking wise about rednecks — i.e., "You Can't Give Rednecks Money" and "Sophisticated People Vs. Rednecks" — plus marriage ("I Don't Want to Be Single Again," "The Rules of Marriage") and his general ignorance ("I Still Don't Know..."). Again, for fans of this style, Totally Committed delivers the goods, but if you don't like Foxworthy's down-home humor, stay clear.

Biography

Born: 06 September 1958 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Jeff Foxworthy's wry Southern humor made him one of the most popular standup comedians of the '90s. Foxworthy grew up in Atlanta and was working for IBM when he tried standup on a dare. Before long, he'd quit his job to pursue comedy full-time. His material concentrated mainly on family situations, but it was his affectionate jabs at Southern rednecks (or the "gloriously unsophisticated") that catapulted him to stardom. Originally released on Laughing Hyena in 1993, You Might Be a Redneck If... became...
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