17 Burst results for "Dave Dudley"
"dave dudley" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Kristofferson vietnam blues. Tom hall's hello vietnam. And dave dudley's momma. Tell them what we're fighting for Which are all basically pro-vietnam anthems really kris kristofferson. Wow i know right. Basically anytime america goes to war. And there's these big political debates country music typically chooses the side of the authorities So after nine eleven the amount of retributive songs muruga in country. Music gets really bad. So there's a charlie daniels song called. This ain't no rag. It's a flag okay. So the lyrics are. This ain't no rag. It's a flag. We don't wear it on our heads the land where the good guys live. Okay all right. It's rhythm to try something new. Why don't you. What about a love song. Everyone loves loves songs and interestingly another one of the chick sort of early controversies is at toby. Keith puts out this song called courtesy of the red white and blue. And i'm going to reduce on the lyrics. This goes on for a while but bear with me. Justice will be served in the battle will rage. This big dog will fight when you rattle his cage and you'll be sorry that you messed with the survey because we'll put a boot in your ass. It's the american way back. Choke gone a time. When she's asked about this natalie. The lead singer of the chicks she tells a journalist. She says i hate it. It's ignorant and it makes country music sound ignorant. It targets an entire culture and not just the bad people who did bad things. You've got to have some tact. Anybody can write. We'll put a boot your house. Yeah good point. Natalie and this is like a weeks-long spat between her and toby keith. And then he shoots back. He's like write your own songs. Whatever this celebrity feud jesus christ but so basically the country is in a jingoistic frenzy. Country music is in lockstep supporting the war and supporting bush. It is now march. Tenth two thousand and three. We are a week before the invasion of iraq. We are in london at shepherds bush empire which is a mid sized music. Venue and natalie maynes says this okay. Here's the clip this is. This doesn't come out until years later but there happens to be a documentary crew that night. If there's one thing i've learned is that if you have the means you should really always be followed around by your own documentary. You're okay three. Two one go owner a.
"dave dudley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Back. That is a great man. Agreed country artist. That's called sea of heartbreak right in bell country. Usa show here a little bit. After the hour. I wanna tell you about don gibson. Because he's a man of who. I just think is one of the great great country artist. Great songwriter great man. And a guy who's very dedicated. You know we heard dolly parton. Puerto wagner back there and don was With dolly parton. Puerto wachner as we were doing. Our big jean-michel seventh anniversary show at it here in nashville coliseum. And i'll never forget when dolly came out. I made a comment about how big her breasts are. Because if you've seen dolly parton that her breasts are huge their enormous. And you can't help wish that you had one of those or both of them. And i say this will all due respect ali both of them in your mouth and i said that and maybe i shouldn't have said that don was there with his wife and daughter in fact his daughter is under the age of ten and i looked at her and i said excuse me honey but i i have to say i would love to have dolly parton boobs in my mouth. And that's when dunn said. You know what i've known you long time gene and i usually would give you a warning but that was so inappropriate. And so crude. I don't think i will. He picked up what looked like a stapler. Not exactly sure what it was with. Some heavy metal object. Were you there berry. Paperweight abraham lincoln. That's right it was the lincoln memorial. It was a paperweight of the lincoln. Memorial picked it up and he almost like he was throwing it but it never left his hand he crashed it into the side of my skull and some people later claimed they actually saw my skull diminished by about a half inches. The entire side of my skull went in blood began to come out of that ear. And that i had matted blood in my hair and as i staggered away. I looked at him with all honesty. I said all it was doing was talking about something that any man would. And he didn't bother. He took the paperweight again. And this time smashed into my face now understand. It's only two weeks after. It was only two weeks after. I believe it was Dickey lee or or dave dudley. Had a monkey on me. Which is the when he flattened my face facing pile each jammed my face right into the side of that metal pole so i'd already had monkey on now. I get this paper into the face. And i wasn't very understandable after that because there was blood. Clotting my mouth and my lips were swollen so it was something along the lines of global. You know something like that. I'm not trying to be funny. Although it was very very funny. I was laughing. I was getting my ass kicked. I was laughing. And i was the guy getting my head crushed and my face caved in by this big heavy. Had been about a five or ten pound lincoln memorial paperweight that don gibson had picked up but i said boggled walton bulk. I'll tell you right. I well log long ball. He hit me again with a paperweight. I dropped to my knees. And that's when i was boot level and he hit me right between the eyes with the tow and you can understand. It's very very difficult kick so it was almost like a martial arts kick lifted the knee up and flexed that foot back and forth. Hit me right. Between the eyes with the toe of that heavy metal boot of that cowboy boots with the metal tip on it and it actually did put an indentation at broke the top of my nose and cracked by skull between my both by is and cracked his skull so severely that my eyes began to point in had crossed is about two weeks as the plastic surgeons went to work to try to wire my head back into the right shape that it was supposed to be in because after donald gotten done with me. He had he'd smacked me around so much. That my skull it was not lined up. It was not the perspective was off. People had a hard time lining the up. They would walk up. They would walk up and they try to shake my hand but they didn't know who or what to look at because the perspective of of my head was off and it was almost it was almost as if there was a the through. The third dimension was missing so in any event. That's what was happening there. And i said i gotta i gotta just say i'm sorry i didn't mean to say that about dolly parton huge enormous breasts with ten year old daughter there and i hope you forgive me. And he said no i. I don't think i ever will forgive you. And i went. Ha ha ha and as i head by my mouth was open as i was saying haha. That's when he took what looked to be an athletic sock and i didn't know this but he'd been soaking it in kerosene and he jammed into my mouth. He lit it very slowly and he held by josh shut. And keep in mind. I just come from the plastic surgeon. I'd had by sco wired sort of together at sti- still needed work. I still do now. need work. does my head. you're a little bit off my head still off But he held my mouth shut as this suck burned inside my inside my head. Basically and Spoke was coming out of my eyeballs. I gotta tell you it must have been a site and.
"dave dudley" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Don't get a Merle Haggard tape. Well, that was the unmistakable voice of red Simpson. Doing kind of a different take Therewith. I am a truck. Red was best known for his trucking songs and actually raised in Bakersfield, California and certainly influenced by buckling and Merle Haggard. Can next was looking at the world through a windshield. Released in 1968 by Del Reeves. And finally, Stephens points own Dave Dudley, six days on the road. All right. Here's a song from Dwight Yoakum Guitars, Cadillacs recorded live at farm aid. Town green man. Three home thing. With may think Ugo knew it back way. Streets back home, Can we Street. Back home. Goodbye. Thank you for coming out to this. God bless the farmers. Winner, Heels or black City. The highway based black city. He blames, Please. She blames you for money. Never come back. One. So Never My Papa said son, You're going to drive me to drink. And if you don't stop driving that hot Rod Lincoln.
"dave dudley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"A long way back. That is a great man, agreed country artist heartbreak, right in Bell Country USA show here a little bit after the hour on. Tell you about Don Gibson. Because he is a man who I just think is one of the great great country on his great songwriter, great man and a guy who is very dedicated. You know we heard Dolly Parton. Back there don was with Dolly Parton Puerto, Wagner as we were doing our big gene bell seventh anniversary show at at here, Nashville Coliseum, and I'll never forget Dolly came out I made a comment about how big her breasts are because. If you've seen Dolly, Parton you know that her breasts are huge, their enormous and you can't but help wish that you had one of those or both of them. And I say this with all due respect Dolly both of them in your mouth, and I said that, and maybe I shouldn't have said that Don was there with his wife and daughter. In fact, his daughter is under the age of ten, and I looked down at her, and I said excuse me on, but I. I have to say I would love to have Dolly Parton boobs in my mouth. And that's when Don said you know what I've known you long time Jim and I usually would give you a warning, but that was so inappropriate and so crude. I don't think I will be picked up. What looked like a stapler? I'm not exactly sure what it was with some heavy metal object. Were you there berry? Goes those things paperweight? Abraham Lincoln That's right. It was Lincoln Memorial. It was a paperweight of the Lincoln Memorial. He picked it up and he almost like he was throwing it, but it never left his hand. He crashed it into the side of my skull, and some people later claimed that they actually saw my skull diminished by about a half an inch is the entire side of my skull went in blood began to come out of. Of, that ear, and that I had matted blood in my hair, and as I staggered away, I looked at him and with all honesty. I said all it was doing was talking about something that any man would, and he didn't bother. He took the paperweight again and this time smashed it into my face. Now understand this is only two weeks after It was only two weeks after I believe it was dickey, Lee or Dave Dudley had. A monkey on me! which is the the when he flat my face? Yeah. He jammed my face right into the side of that. A metal pole so I'd already had monkey on now. I get this paperweight into the face and I wasn't very understandable after that because there was blood clotting in my mouth, and my lips were swollen, so it was something along the lines of you go global home. You know something like I'm not. I'm not trying to be funny although it was very very funny, I was laughing I was the guy getting my ass kicked. I was laughing and I was the guy getting my head crushed, and my face caved in by this big heavy had to have been about a five or ten pound Lincoln Memorial paperweight. that. Don Gibson picked up, but I said boggled Walton Ball. You know that. I'll tell you right. I said why don't you? Ball he hit me again with a paperweight I dropped to my knees, and that's when I was boot level, and he hit me right between the eyes with the the tow, and you can understand. That's a very very difficult kick, so it was almost like a martial arts kick. He lifted the knee up and flex that foot back and forth hit me right between the eyes with the toe of that heavy metal boot of that cowboy boot with metal tip on him, and it actually did put an indentation at broke the top of. Of My nose and cracked my skull between my, both by is an cracked his skull so severely that my eyes began to point in zwide crossed is for about two weeks as the a plastic surgeon went to work to try to wire my head back into the right shape that it was supposed to be in because after a Donna got done with me, he had he'd smack me around so much that my skull it was not lined up. It was not the perspective was off. People had a hard time. Lining up would walk up. They would walk up and they try to shake my hand, but they didn't know who or what to look at because the perspective of of my head was off, and it was almost it was almost as if there was a The third dimension was missing so in any event. That's what was happening there and I said I got I gotTa just say I'm sorry. I didn't mean to say about Dolly Parton. Huge enormous breasts with your ten year old daughter there at I hope you. You forgive me, and he said no, I don't think I ever will forgive you and I went ha ha, and as I by my mouth was open, as I was saying ha, ha, that's when he took what looked to be an athletic sock, and I didn't know this, but he'd been soaking it in kerosene and jammed into my mouth. He lit it very slowly, and he held by. Josh shut and keep in mind i. just come for the plastic surgeon I'd had my skull wired. Sort of together at style I still needed work. Still do now need work does my head. You're a little bit. GET AHEAD STILL UP. But he held my mouth shut as this suck burned inside my inside my head, basically and spoke was coming out of my eyeballs. I gotTA. Tell you it must've been a sight. It.
"dave dudley" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Dolan the focal and for mu skin or blues those two guitars and one amp were the only instruments on the entire recording wow that just shows you don't have to have a lot yeah if you got it where it counts and wow what a huge national hit that way yeah just huge mule Skinner blues and then lonesome road and Jack of diamonds what we got next old we have songs about Wisconsin first one was are written by Glenn Sutton well the song's title is a reference to what could be more Wisconsin then beer cheese cheese specifically Schlitz beer which for many years was advertised with the slogan the beer that made Milwaukee famous so in nineteen sixty eight G. O. R. Jerry Lee Lewis recorded this version is as a single and it became a top ten hit while so here is Jerry Lee Lewis live from the palomino club what Milwaukee one sure how may we that's a late whatever that was Piper road spring band with the title cut from their nineteen seventy seven album kettle moraine before that if Jesus walked the world and we started the set out with crazy baby blues next up we have Dave Dudley born Dave produced guy in Spencer Wisconsin and grew up in Stevens point he's a country singer best known for his truck Drivin anthems of the sixties and seventies here is Dave Dudley doing John Henry John forty nine the woman hello that's six it's eastern the city is a check at all his goal right hang up a banner the reason right the stock right right right now right right that was medicines on the mid westerners with the title cut from their CD riding with Chuck featuring which Richard Weigle on vocals and Ernie Connor on lead guitar before that Dave Dudley with his signature song six days on the road released in nineteen sixty three and that was his first major hit and we started with Dave Dudley's rendition of John Henry from his album truck driving son of a gun well next up we have a set of contemporary Wisconsin musicians starting out with mark Hembree a mark played with bill Monroe's bluegrass boys in the late seventies went on to co found the Nashville bluegrass band the end is currently active with his new band the mark Hembree band we will feature a song today from his band the western box turtles and this is Borman hop.
"dave dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Lord center and another red Simpson class again between read citizen and they'd deadly that's coming up later yet in the valley yeah I have Dave Dudley well yeah there there there you were the two kind of they kept the old truck in the trucking country alive for quite a long time all right fiddler is on deck will get Mister motor car with us tonight we're at the halfway point of America's trucking network live on a Friday night into Saturday morning and just to complete our last conversation that goes we got kind of cut off by the horn there in in any case what you're seeing in the next Superbowl thirty four in a week from Sunday is a transition I transition away from Brady Rogers and breed is to the next generation of great quarterbacks that'll be my home's garage below in a course Lamar Jackson the Baltimore this is a transition game for the NFL the next generation of great quarterbacks and to get to the Superbowl you got to have yourself a great quarterback so hint hint Cincinnati Bengals when you get a chance to grab Joe burrows don't be so sure because Miami once and at Miami's got a live and draft picks in this draft they got Swanee and what they're talking about right now is two first rounders in a second rounder eight cash or Joe burrow well in the saving graces there's about three other quarterbacks that you could pick depending on what where you end up with your first rounder after dealing the topic in the over then the draft overall there's two or three other quarterbacks that there was a you know it depends it can always stick with Andy Dalton who's been a quarterback now for ten years but you know it it did so you got to have a great quarterback Ben Roethlisberger gets injured Steelers no where close Denver didn't have a decent quarterback this year Broncos not even competitive yet got they have that quarterback here's a wake up for Joe I'm sure is it sure is not listening but if he he's probably going to sign for something in the thirty five million dollar range for three years guaranteed and an eight eight thirty million dollars signing bonus if he goes to Miami the state taxes alone for the signing bonus all saving two hundred thousand dollars he could save over his contract almost a million Bucks yeah but the cost to live on the cost of living is much higher in in Florida in Miami and it is in Cincinnati so I'm sure he's got an army of advisers that is going through you know every conceivable possibility so that they you know end up with the best deal for them but if the bangles I've got the first Peck and they've got this kid that everybody considers you know the next great saying and you got to have that quarterback in order to compete in this league today van get them while you can and yours girlfriends from yeah she's a mile state they met in Ohio state's user Mason Ohio which is about ten minutes from where I'm sitting as a matter of fact Joe burrows was visiting her in Mason last weekend I was all kinds of photos of him hanging out of the buffalo wings and rings just up the street from us here about ten minutes of the highway we only get the fiddler hold on here's fiddler in Pennsylvania hello fiddler thanks for hanging on hello Bob above it they're really pretty shake your sponsorship with the show with motor coach isn't much and that means a lot we've got a senator now if you want if you want to keep the show you want to keep the show on the air with Steve with Dave whoever's doing the show any sponsors and we need you to support the sponsors so that they continue to advertise and keep the show going it's that simple I try yes Sir we are we appreciate that all right we're gonna have to hit you with a brand new trivia question I hate to break that the a fiddler but somebody just got the last one there was an easy that achy Breaky heart when I'm in the state he none other easy listen up thank god I'm a country boy now who is they did enjoy quite a bit of success both in pop I was the opening song on his TV show John it is getting easier on yeah wow I know the good war you all better early age due to a played malfunction or he was.
"dave dudley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Com. we have a great trip buddy looking forward to it yes Sir Powell also news ninety three point one. K. F. B. care you know earlier we were talking about sea bees in this national C. B. day right all those national taco day it is it is a national holiday too yeah I have my my my boss at work had me building tire display for one day to take a picture because those national taco day did anything for CBS no okay it's hardy to C. B. unless you could direct route. they didn't have it on the end displays no no no yeah well someone was telling me not all of the believe it or not there is someone was telling us that when you say good buddy you know trying to attend for good buddy right claim that good buddy meant gay but back in the day when they were CB lingo and someone else called said when I I know trucker terms I never heard that yeah I was gonna say that sounds odd you have to think of truck driving for the most part during that day then one of our macho professions out there right manly men doing manly things. road for a long long time yeah on one one. hand you might not think that you know they would have to have some sort of lying you know when your car being that it is a manly and masculine profession right but I have a hard time believing that good buddy because everybody is using good but otherwise there's an entire. so population from your hatred who's practicing behavior we know about one one of the great truck drivers songs it wasn't one of my favorite truck driver sons is a lot of like that but one of the most popular probably the most popular would be other than Dave Dudley with her convoy Riley C. W. that's right. who is heading for bear on one oh about a mile out of town Mrs Big Bend this here's the rubber duck in Alabama this.
"dave dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"If your heart's beating a hundred eighty nine times you're dead basically. that's what a hundred eighty nine Bob beats in that song I'm getting all kinds of people god god go away get on Twitter I can't drive fifty five by Sammy Hagar highway to hell is another world or as we like to call it I seventy five motley Crue kickstart my heart what about six days on the road by Dave Dudley haven't seen Abby how about this one bulldog one of my store I mean followers Jesus take the wheel. I think they played out on a T. N. last night we are then the life is a highway by Tom Cochran dangers owned by Kenny Loggins this is what people that's a that's what the name of the show well what's your favorite song to drive. I don't know can brew I you know if you don't mind is what's at Freddy's dead by Curtis Mayfield. well I get behind the wheel in Freddy's dead is on love the king of all domains at that point you just so now do you still pay attention paid attention but I got bubble but I've got Curtis Mayfield and Freddie's death on the radio look out baby that's one candy is live in large and love in life is the top down and the windows are up in the pens just rolling down the road ends. because I've got all kinds of cars you're beautiful lovely well yeah that's thirty eight car garage you got I DO Jaylen also got that news Banja stole from twelve that year yeah I repainted the channel five. for that I scraped off I don't mind on it yeah what the hell tonight. we ought to be out of the twelve nine and five and I could be your life simpler more.
"dave dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Days sing along Dave Dudley's version of that song four seven many who have covered in sand be among them but very popular song in the trucking business for decades now yeah we got Mister motor co to live in a Friday night into Saturday morning with us here at America's trucking network twenty one past the hour and then let's get a rock in and that'll be Steve first up was he might get Steve up state hello how are you all right Sir how are you today great Ronald Reagan highway there's so seventy five yes Sir and they all the lawyer I'm gonna take a shot at the at the category and then I want to ask the question about the product I know the product can be used as a against an oil well and if I'm not mistaken correct well well the the the Hyperloop brigade is is an oil additive basically and that but that we do have a gas additive also the fuel optimizer or the low sulfur look who is this a similar product two maybe the sea foam product is it more no with that no the she would be the major well the phone was basically more alcohol based no we are not true motor coaches extraction remover reducer the phone was more and more of a cleaner okay but that motor co doesn't clean it does but the it's really it's really a friction reducer it's not a a clear we have we have a product it is like to see home product also okay so you wouldn't necessarily use that product in place for of another they would be used in conjunction with each other possibly you can but most of the Merkel doesn't mix with any of the liquid it uses the Kerrier so people often mixed different plants together I got okay okay a good product yeah the first thing that came to my mind was either cartoons or animated thanks I don't know I'm in the ballpark hi what characters a group we all grew up with of course cartoons well I that was the first thing that came to my mind this is gonna be cartoon trivia night the first time ever WLW now what who are we talking about because you read read the Kirby a question and who is well very specific answer to the to the no no that was the category real star was just cartoons with the questions that are coming are specific the first thing he wanted to cancel the category of no we wrapping tonight okay I got as you can see like Charlie Brown Lucy and all those characters they've been in the funny papers for years they still are they may move cartoons correct in a meeting don't you cartoons is like so passe is not even politically correct you got a column animated characters now well well I I well I'll tell you what you were taking your answer is the correct one and leave it yeah it sounds like you haven't used motor co before I have not but I'm looking forward to use it okay when I get fifty percent off so so you get well I appreciate that very much Joe shopping at the website and apply I most certainly will apply the code when we give it to you through your email I'm gonna put you on hold we get that email address here shortly and I give it a try and tell us what you think we would love nothing more than to get some feedback from you take it down I appreciated very much and I hold you know now that now hold on that was going to be getting to John and Bruce and another Steven Kentucky bloom you'll in Ohio and again and we kind of blow the fuse on our phone system normally we tell you that you can call one triple eight eight six oh eight seven eight five been telling me that for years toll free telephone number all across the continental United States unfortunately that line is sustained some technical difficulties and we're working on it we cannot use that line tonight that's all so if you wanted to.
"dave dudley" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Loretta Lynn some she wrote it became the basis of a best selling book and the Hollywood movie my daughter Frankie Miller right before that and we'll send that out to make the Gibson desert good friend of Frankie Miller thank you for doing so called black land farmer and we started out with Dave Dudley to six days on the road Truckin Farman in coal mining going to continue our tribute to workers in the way of a celebrating America celebrate the American people celebrate their their their work in their in their their homes this is a good song Alan Jackson he's talking about his father that he can he can be talked about a lot of workers in many feels he's referring to him as a working class hero yeah hold this thirty years all and you won't see no this work and class D. role is always been as a wrong he knows startled no is he just and he he's got one what he's three much bigger than a and then and all one not even he's got B. brown all this work in class the role and that lance he all and two weeks vacation.
"dave dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That's only been covering by many. The original is right here. Dave dudley. And like a little Google shirts, sometime and just read the history of Dave Dudley, and the kind of music that he became quite popular for music, that saluted, the working man in general. But the truck driver, specifically it is forty five past the hour in America's trucking that work Gibbs. Mr. motorcoach is with us tonight. We all know ED's second favorite subject, besides motor coat is auto racing. And I know from past experience, you're not a big fan of Chicago land. By way of review. Why? Kogyo. Well, they call it you cog. Oh, land speedway kinda changed a little bit in the last couple of years. Maybe. Joliet, which is a waste an hour south with more like an hour. It's all also ski six Dragway, two facilities are right next to each other. Chicago is another is one of the Smith. The one point five mile designed supposed to revolutionize NASCAR by making several cookie cutter. Racetracks light Kansas. I don't know what does to three others and became the beginning of the disaster that we now have an escort where everything is boring. So. Chicago is is, is not, not one of my favorite places to be. I don't know what to tell you. It's, it's, it's a one point five miles tri-oval. It's vanilla ice cream. Banking is eighteen degrees. You heard this before. Now it used to be the opening event for the playoffs, but they have moved it to this new date. And I it's going to be interesting. Not only have we got this new force package. But this is the first time that track is house, race and eat that we're going to have. So it's gonna get real interesting as to how this track is gonna act. I don't know if we're going to put down any of the, the traction control stuff on it. They may on the on the on the outside, but. Maybe we'll put it on the inside. I don't know. This is Bruton Smith idea of the perfect track your situation, and it is it is. Set into motion. These tracks have set into motion attendance fall. I'm sorry, but that's the fact Kabushiki defending Harvey is recent back back where. Like I say, we're going to see a race that's going to be possibly held in serious. Eat conditions something that, that nobody has really seen at this track. So I have no idea what that's going to bring. Well, his sort of reclaim what NASCAR used to be. Nascar is buying all of Bruton Smith's tracks. It's a three billion dollar deal. Are we any closer to see when that deal out of the way? My understanding is it is going through put into place. What interesting a side note on that is by taking buying all these tracks. Those tracks will now be taken into private ownership, and they will not have to ever again publish attendance records. Well, not only that hopefully, the new private owners will work a little bit more with NASCAR to try to do what they can. And there's lots of different things that need to be done to kind of resuscitate NASCAR to it's at least a degree of its popularity of the nineties now. We got lots more to talk about NASCAR. Not the least of which this race in Chicago land. This weekend is the final race for Darrow Waldrip. He is retiring, or is he being forced to retire? He's out now. This is the first race without. Thank god. My heart but he is gone. And. Oh, we're going if he thought about it. You know, using the term boogie boogie boogie which dates back to like the sixties was probably the reason that they encouraged him to retire because he does date old-fashioned, and, again, one of the things that NASCAR desperately needs to do resuscitate itself is to try to appeal to a younger audience. But more on that throughout the morning. We got at least three more hours with Ed, and we will start up with the summer song, trivia, at the top of the hour is well, this is America's trucking network. Hey, what's up? It's rally from the show and I just took a little visit to the brand new remodeled Rockville dealership, hers Kia, and they have hundreds of vehicles, ready.
"dave dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"DJ tater tonight. He's cracked into the old vault. Bozo used to play red Simpson deadly them old tiny well, they used to call it trucking country songs were all about being a truck driver. Those two guys were the probably the number one on TV practitioners of what they used to go. Truckin countries. Red Simpson right there. Dave Dudley coming up. But right now, we want to kind of double back eh because we hit him with a bunch. We hit him with a bunch right there at going into the bottom of the hour news. And yes, we will save till the top of the hour. When we do the new the featured product of the hour. Your two new Diesel Motor oils that you're introducing tonight. So the Wilbert deeper into that here in about fifteen minutes yourself, but. Let's see. Let's talk about the gift cards because it is something that we have been pushing and pushed hard going into the Father's Day weekend. And there was some questions as to how it actually worked even as it got into the Father's Day weekend out of that has been cleared up smoothed out. Yeah, they're delivered by Email only they contain instructions on how to. At the checkout. There are no processing fees or anything added on no sneaky, little dollar have stuck on or something like that. And there's nothing nothing like that. They are. Into regular denominations of ten twenty five fifty or one hundred dollar. Now you can do as many of those you want, you can do two or three or you can double them up. You can do you can get whatever arrangement you'd like. But. All explained in detail on, on the website, motor K, OT dot com. Take it off and their big hit. So. We try to refine it and get a little bit easier to understand. And it will take you through it and, and, and get you. Fixed up for your whatever denomination gift card. You would like you download that and print it out, and that is your card. Now you can download it. And you could you could resend it was burning it out to you could send it somebody without putting it so but you send or the the gift card out and that becomes.
"dave dudley" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"America loves to celebrate polish. Dr truck the truck driver has long been immortalized in songs like this one by Dave Dudley. Through as a kid. I dreamt of driving eighteen Wheeler who doesn't want to get paid to see the country. I moved on eventually to other aspirations but America still revels in the joy of trucking and increasingly taken kind of new form. This song truck union by surgeon. Sing is a him to the success of truck drivers who are members of the Sikh faith. Wherever seeks go. He exults they never looked back. They achieve success through dedication, hard work. Good ethics. And it's not just songs all along the west coast. Now there are truck stops run by people of Indian origin selling butter chicken, and Kashmiri lamb and lentil curries sometimes there are spaces for seeks to worship usually do from like LA to Washington Krige Inder Singh is one of many drivers at this stop who is seek and who comes from the Punjab region in northern India. He started off working at a truck stop and now has his own company. I have trucks trucking was familiar work for a lot of men back home. I think it's the background because lot of people back in back home. They regret having. And so there are used to it. There are stimulated about hundred and fifty thousand six trucking in America grinner sing, Kelsey is the head of seeks pack a seek political group. It all happened. It has very is related back to it is lot of six youth Muthu US there had been a spasm violence against Sikhs in India, the CQ that can't US the most of them very close in the faith. Specially the beard and turban, and they were getting hard time getting entry level jobs where Dicker the same time get a job and. Religion having beard and turban. So they looked elsewhere. That was easy for them to become truck drivers. And that's how they got into it. Because there was industry where they would not acquire take off their turbulent here. Mr. Singh says most every Sikh family, he knows has at least one person working in the industry, the trucking magazine overdrive this year, put a Sikh on the cover for the first time it reported that the older trucking community is now more integrated with the Sikh subculture after seeks joined in protests against an unpopular new rule about electric logbooks and even as they're making the trucking culture their own revamping songs and food for a more diverse generation trucking has also made its way into see culture, Mr. Singh says no wedding is now complete without a trucking song. Listen to this one Pucca truck in Wally by Nissan Buhler in it Amana singing to his new wife that with his job in trucking. He'll be able to buy her a beautiful house and a car. An American dream if ever there was one. That's all for this episode of the intelligence, you can subscribe to the economist at economist dot com slash radio offer, twelve issues for twelve dollars or twelve pounds. See about your tomorrow.
"dave dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To help out. I would love to say the last night. We all our problems are coming from all these foreigners coming over here. Well, I mean, the the problem that we have is nobody's against legal immigration. That's never been a problem. But this deal. Here's you get all these people when you get thousands of thousands of people coming in here, you got no way of knowing who the hell these characters are especially when it looks like the crust of it ninety percent or ninety five percent from what I've seen looks like it's all these young guys. And you know, maybe eighteen to thirty years old. I mean, somebody must be spending some money how in the hell they all got fancier shoes than what I wear maybe. Nice. -at's Kobeissy close Nike. Adidas Reebok, upper armor, etc. Etc. I mean, hell fishy is going on with this pitcher. And how in the world the way. Trevon companies down in those areas and arose that goes. Right on top of it. Right there. Well, see the thing of it is is we don't know. What's real? And what's not real? Because there's no way in how they're walking fifteen hundred or two thousand miles. Nobody could do that for a period of time. I was talking with a couple of people that are pretty knowledgeable about this type of thing. But they're all hitching rides on something. Just somehow they're getting transported around but see when you got a corrupt mainstream media. They will not report the news to the American people. What's really going on? And how these guys are funded and getting all these charter buses and trucks and train rides etc. Etc. Well, that's that's my output on this on this conversation. Right. I said, I'm I'm not coming. I'm not fully supporting the president. But okay, I'm won't give him about. I won't give a twenty percent on my support. Okay. Well, I mean that's better than nothing. I think you're coming around because the more and more Donald Trump wins for the people the Morris to convert maybe guys like you. It's been a long time democrat they into actually supporting him and he wants to welcome everybody. And I can tell you one thing for a fact I've been to a lot of places a lot of rallies and stuff. There's a heck of a lot of old school Democrats. It's all becoming Trump supporters. He would have never got elected. If he didn't have a big population of that a lot of union, boys. Lot of women everybody getting on the Trump train because it's all about supporting the country. Question. Yeah. When Donald Charleston on last week, and he was speech. And he would you know, he was you know, he went on and all about an hour. He was drunk. No, he's never had a Biddle liquor. Now. He just that. You know, why you might say that the man's been running? I think on fumes with all these rally. He's been gone to a couple of the guys pointed out he hardly ever gets that much sleep. But now he sounded pretty dark hair and people were cheering him. It was one of the most raucous crowds. I think I've been to I've been to eight rallies. Gorilla. Certain TV shows writes the show, Donald Charlie speech. And when he's Gary guy. Daniel how that's at jackass Baldwin character that now that Najah who it is. Is that idiot Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Kimmel? He's dumber in a box of rocks. Nobody watches it anymore. Yeah. You gotta get your your your stuff from good comedians. They don't even have any more. Hey, I had my advice is go go watch reruns. Johnny carson. That's when I'll get comedy with Cali. I just want to say one nine to my to my buddy concerned my buddy the American Eagle. Yeah. Yeah. Like, I say, I'm not I'm not coming out. I'm not fully coming out and supporting this president. But I, but I do stand by his actions. Take care of this illegal matter, and I'll tell you my my time is just almost say this. A lot of people don't know that June twenty eighth was Elvis's last concert and Indianapolis at the old market square. Yeah. So that's what I said the other night. But I was still say these famous words on tombstone one day. Ladies and gentlemen. Dollars has left the building. Thank you J T with that will let JT fly off into the sunset JT has left the building. Let me get the devil. Doc, real quick here. Dell dot we'll get you started man, you're back. I got a couple of things first and foremost, the cloud from the answer is none other than America's least favorite crustacean across d- crap. Been listener Steve show for years up to five nights a week. And there is no Justin that causes show. Whether he's related to the crusty crab or not, I don't know. But he's full of crap. Now, I was taking some really good hallucinogenic mushrooms for coming to work tonight. Because I've been hearing voices all night long into Justin. None of Steve scholars call your show. So I guess I didn't hear you know, knuckle BUSTER big hitter. Shabby guy Chevy guy, or you know. Or you know, so armee baking guy that calls in from dangerous. Yes. I'm so high tonight. I thought I heard bone voice earlier. What about American Eagle you? Did forget the American great eagle there. Now. Let's go step further there and talk about the music. Yeah. To take away from you or Steve Q, greatest trucking shows of all time. Steve's dad Dale summer. Bozo. And Bill and Cindy mc- also which played music both the witch played old time comedy read, so vine, Jerry clower, Dave Dudley. CW McCaw James, Gregory, you know, those are all people sixties and seventies. I want Bortles seventy one. So wasn't for Dale and Bill back. I never heard any of that great music. Great comedy. You know when Dale went to act Sam and left the show and Steve took over Debbie Debbie pulled the music off because I didn't want pay the royalties anymore. So you had you know, drop it down tonight. Steve made his own with his own professional show more professional newsworthy. You bring in the comedy and the cut up and the have nots on the weekends. So yeah, I miss the Truckee music shows because we don't have that anymore. The closest thing we have is Dave, oh, he's more about making money than content anymore. So we have to the music in trucking show now as you. Well, you know, the thing that is is I get nothing but rave reviews from everybody out at least through social media. I mean, hell emails, and this that people say that we play the best music. We have the most fun on different shows. And like I say how I got all these top callers, they call up all the time. Get your calls up and. Grump, and you know, so the biggest names in trucking call up on the weekend too. But I mean, I understand when guys have the weekend off. I don't blame him for not listened to show or calling up. How when when you're off your spend time with your sweetie and do some other things, and you're not going to be worried about the radio show, but the phone lines. I don't think you're saying bay in the country takes more phone calls on the weekends. What I do. There you go. Now, I got two things first and foremost. You know, it's not often big ended. I agree on a lot of face because he kind leans the left a little bit. But obviously when he does agree with me, you should scribble it into stone. And when it comes 'immigration scribble it on the on the stone right below the tenth commandment because that's how right. I am on this now. Being able to say and you can't use the military on the southern border. No, pasta Kuma Tatas prevents US military active duty from being used as Warren force against US citizens or by large has agency. It doesn't prevent us from putting the military on the southern border to protect us from invaders George W Bush when he first put the military on the southern border. He put active-duty nineteen army scouts and put eleven Bravo. US infantry on the southern border because he could get them down there faster than anybody while he was pulling up the national guard could George W Bush should active-duty military down there when you have a handful of the Lambert grits crossing here there and everywhere, you know, what that's alarmed force the border patrol activity when you have upwards of ten thousand illegal immigrants marching towards your border is an invasion. Yeah. You're right. To say we can't use the military on the southern border to prevent any invasion by ten thousand illegal immigrants is like saying, hey, rushing tomorrow on the west coast the second they stepped foot on the beach. We can't use the military because they're on US soil. That's how insane that comment is now Chevy guys, right? Okay. We can't shoot him with live bullets like guess what? We put a half dozen machine guns down on that southern border full of blanks. And then we have cyber rivals or rubber bullets. And as soon as they start crawling over that fence, we have the snipers hit the first twelve with rubber bullets while those machine guns are firing blank and crowds. He's twelve people fall off that fancier machine guns. They're gonna turn around and high tail it back to bed. Wailer? Well, you you make pretty good point. I think you're kinda right right on the money. But we got to get a handle on this situation. Because here's the problem. How how do you know, the some of these guys don't have their own weapons stuck in their pocket with the gym bag? And how do we know that they don't have a bunch of dope. I mean, this feting all stuff if you just get the dust on on you could kill you in bringing their heroin opioids or feting, all or whatever the hell they bring in here hall and stuff. So that's a serious situation for anybody. So why the hell we put our people at risk when we don't know who these people are what they got how they could have a damn bomb. I mean, look at those Muslim guys at blew up the Boston marathon. The whole thing is you're coming here for the freebies and the handouts. They've already said they're gonna cross in California. Because Jerry moonbeam Brown has said he will not authorize the use the California national guard, and he will now allow the national guard from any other state in the gal that means we have to use accurate duty military. It's the only option, but the other thing is we get a governor from California was on TV the other day, and he was touring community center that is funded by the state of California in their whole purpose is to provide services. Do we legal alia sign up for benefits EVT's cards public house? Childcare get their kids enrolled in school in California wants to go ahead and get benefits all these people buying for every child, but isn't rolled as an eagle alien California schools. They should lose that portion of their federal funding for public schools. They should lose their one hundred percent of their money in a one hundred percent. Of their public housing money. You're gonna give your money to the illegal aliens. It's not gonna come from the other state funding yourself. Okay. Hey, hey devil. Doc. I gotta cut from there. Because we got a little short break. We take right day to let's hit it right here eighteen so I thought that all Medicaid insurance companies where the same Medicaid is Medicaid. Right. But then I heard that more people in Ohio choose care source for making than all the other companies combined..
"dave dudley" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"I was on leave at the time just duck in the fog nosing around like a hungry dog crazy place called washington dc i saw a crowd of people on the white house long all carrying signs about the so let's see what was going on strings but then i never could understand some people fella to me with a listener hand said we're gather names to send a telegram of sympathy then he handed me a plan i said i reckon this has gone to the kids in the wives my friends over there who given their lives and he said about it this is going to hold she i said ho chee who ho tsim in people's leader lott vietnam andrea share house here they ride i got my ears were hurting my pulse started hitting that i thought about another telegram i just read telling my buddy's wife that her husband was dead wasn't too long i love the hell a sign that said we won't find myself boy that right he'd rather let a soldier die instead it's a shame that ever man wherever diet there in that far off lands style that you wouldn't have to wake up dead plus he looked at me like crazy just another war monger all i left that place downtown hit the first far that i've found myself off pacify my brain say i was on orders to vietnam little place just north of saigon had about an hour to catch myself and play so all i mean to say is like diane either the man i ain't gonna crawl all right three songs from nineteen sixty eight by artists who went onto rather lengthy careers in the field of country music i'm we opened up with john hartford doing his song gentle on my mind which came out on his gentlemen my mind and other originals album in nineteen sixty eight it also was of reasonably good sized hit for glen campbell that year and it's really kind of the song that put both glen campbell and john hartford on the map i would say in terms of country music glenn of course went on to become a country music superstar john hartford went on to record oh a couple dozen quirky but very good good albums if you're not familiar with john check him out the next two songs were both songs written by chris christopherson and i wanted to play a couple of kris kristofferson songs because nineteen sixty eight was really a couple years before chris made it big in nashville if you will made it big as as as both a a song writer and a performer but his his sons were already getting getting getting covered by by some folks by sixty eight we heard right dress key doing jody and the kid from his album of the same name in that song went to number twenty four and nineteen sixty eight on the country charts and we closed that set out with dave dudley doing vietnam christopher strivers vietnam blues this is this is my one deviation from nineteen sixty eight folks i wanted to play autrian man's version of vietnam blues which came out in sixty eight and i could not find a copy of it so i played a i i plugged in dave dudley's version of yet nam blues which i think came out in sixty seven interesting song chris's politics were a little different when he wrote that one or at least he he was writing for country music audience that whose politics were a little different an interesting example of early kris kristofferson though vietnam blues are featured artist this morning in our retrospective look at country music in nineteen sixty eight has been merle haggard and in addition to putting out three albums and having two number one songs in nineteen sixty eight merle haggard also appeared in a movie called killers three that was produced by dick clark of american bandstand fame and released by american international pictures roger korman's operation merle both merle and his wife bonnie owens had had parts in that movie so merle did it all he sang he wrote san's he acted big year from rural haggard but we're gonna we're gonna listen to be we're going to open up the set by listening to a cut from the killers three soundtrack and it's appropriately named killers three merle haggard you ever hear this story three daydream of california the new destiny e three e.
"dave dudley" Discussed on Classic Races
"What what are you doing oh i think richard our pick the wrong saying today to know just want to say that we've been talking in reading here that we'd have a weight of country music show here on saturday afternoon maybe the tober race or the next world six hundred and he can put on a large show and these people out of state and everything that has something to do i think we feel stands that night what do you think what we're talking about what richest trying to say in was i do this really i want like on a saturday night let's say before the six hundred or let's say disarm before the when you talk in october that we have a country music show with male tilas the earls grudge review than integrated dirk van about six or seven great big acts come in and do a great big show stare night before sunday show i think it'd be fantastic i can't wait to until you know octo ber our next year they'll tell me i i have a question about that i've never understood why someone in the country music world censor is such a real relationship with what happens here in these eighty five thousand folks join tremendous race today and folks go to grand old opry why several nashville hasn't done with stockcar racing which is the new american cowboy is no question about it these guys pack up and all these race cars all over the country they're gonna hit in delaware next week texas a week after and they're gonna be headed out the riverside california back to florida quite a bunch of guys and if you do good sleep in a motel you do badge asleep onto the truck right why hasn't someone among the composers and so forth done with this ford and with a celebrity country music star what they have done in the truck driving business with dave dudley's recording would seem to be an absolute natural that there'd be a poet maury and for the people who racially stock cars they're deserving of it and they're multitudes would certainly support it you tell you about a song well not only saw with that whole image that they gave with with a truck driving things and to me that the stock thing is even even more true well i see daily has six days on the road a lot folks get me dave mc.
"dave dudley" Discussed on KTRH
"Ninety issue w eight jim de hammond always the aaron are you call was always you didn't played missed did horrible because you know ramon likes funny for name drop him but i got i got the opportunity to spend quite a bit a time when ray stevens give me a tour of national and his business partner was with this and he would show make ray stevens owns you don't so much of nash for you would not believe particularly route recording row earth and and it was incredible i would just bring up solves and he'd tell these along stories about how the song was written then where it went what what a great story teller tell your aunt go yeah you know the truth skater then ferguson there's a nice a run and this is about having to put the very but gate and action you know both of those are good questions john go yes nineteenth every to chuck varies my thing away oh you know who else that go because radio chicago will of let well there's a name from the plaza legend debuted in last caller go hey man this is thought we all thought they'd been that i just want to say goal trump and ready to take the country better okay alright you know little bit for everybody ramon is a good our you can fall that our under no stalled you know you're tags on that with the missed all june nineteen seventy six trucker songs dave dudley reds aligned teddy there good music kao d_t orange gary staley alright let's get to serious topic coming up next it please repeat as to me i do so only so where do so nice where wealth if only execute the office of president of the united states that i would say for the execute the face of president of the united states and keep for topic.