Red Steagall (pronounced with a long E; accent on the first syllable), is
(That’s how the Wikipedia entry begins. Doesn’t sound very much like an encyclopedia entry to me.)
He is an American Storyteller.
The Redneck Collection of redneck, blueneck, Texas, jazz (there’s some unidentified Pete Fountain), rock, high school and kid rock, and Southern— including Southern Gospel– , etc. songs Mr. Big Food collects in his spare time is at an interesting place in its history. It’s evolving! Yuck yuck.
Quite some time ago, Mr. Big Food began listening to Red Steagall and decided to devote a CD in the ever changing Redneck Collection to Red Steagall’s poems and songs. (Did I mention that both are Texans?) Back in the
crappy olden days we identified songs as being on, for example, Redneck 7. The original Steagall CD was to be in the low 50’s, if I’m not mistaken.
We very much enjoy Red Steagall’s poems and songs.
Tonight, out here in rural Mississippi, we listened to some Red Steagall.
Mr. Big Food tells me we need to cull through three hours of Red Steagall stuff he’s downloaded to make a CD’s worth of Red Steagall.
Life sucks. (Photos!)