Here's Your Sign

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Here's Your Sign
Bill Engvall Here's Your Sign CD cover.JPG
Live album by
ReleasedMay 28, 1996
RecordedAugust 28, 1995
LabelWarner Bros. Nashville
ProducerBill Engvall
Bill Engvall chronology
Here's Your Sign
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Here's Your Sign is the debut comedy album of Bill Engvall. It was recorded at Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle in Royal Oak, Michigan.[2] Following years of success doing different comedic acts, Engvall released a CD of his material, including his most famous piece (after which his debut album was named). After peaking within the top-5 on both the Heatseekers and Hot Country Albums charts, as well as the top-50 on the Billboard 200, Engvall saw his career take off as he remains one of the most popular comedians of the past decade.

The title of this album refers to a routine framework commonly used by Engvall, which begins with his stating that stupid people should have to wear warning signs that simply state "I'm stupid." He'll then go on to tell several anecdotes in which someone asks an asinine question, and the question is then answered sarcastically, followed by the statement: "Here's your sign!" For example, a trucker gets his truck stuck under an overpass, and the responding policeman asks "Hey, you get your truck stuck?" The trucker answers, "No sir, I was delivering that overpass and I ran out of gas. Here's your sign."

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Bill Engvall.

2."I Love Golf"3:10
3."Going to the Fair"4:10
4."We’ve Got a Full House"8:26
5."Here’s Your Sign"7:45
6."Nobody Disciplines Their Kids Anymore"5:16
7."Things Have Changed"3:26
8."Caught Big Time"3:23
9."I.G. Joe"5:13
10."Baby Barf and the Turkey Hunt"2:47
11."Tell Me What I’m Thinking"1:28
12."Love Magic"8:17

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1997) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 5
U.S. Billboard 200 50
U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers 3

As of 2014, sales in the United States have exceeded 881,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. [3]


  • Executive Producer: Bill Engvall
  • Producer: Doug Grau, Scott Rouse, J.P. Williams, and J.R. Williams
  • Art Direction by Laura LiPuma
  • Design by Laura LiPuma and Garrett Rittenberry
  • Digital Editing by Doug Grau and Ronnie Thomas
  • Engineered by Donivan Cowart and Martin Cowart
  • Mastering by Hank Williams
  • Mixed by Donivan Cowart
  • Photography by Dean Dixon and Susan Lambeth
  • Recorded at Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle in Royal Oak, Michigan[2]


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ a b Marjory Raymer. "Bill Engvall: Keeping it real for Detroit audiences". The Flint Journal. Retrieved 2012-02-21.
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