Dave Dudley

Dave Dudley (May 3, 1928 - December 22, 2003) was a country music singer. Born David Darwin Pedriska, he is best known for his truck-driving country anthems of the 1960s and '70s. Dave Dudley is best-known for his trucker songs including "Six Days on the Road" and "Truck Drivin' Son-of-a-Gun". His duet with Tom T. Hall called "Day Drinking" demonstrated that he was not limited to trucking songs. He is one of the best-known singers of the truck-driving era in country music and was one of the icons in this category. Read more on Last.fm
Six Days on the Road
Cowboy Boots
Two Six Packs Away
Mad
There Ain't No Easy Runs
Comin' Down
Taxicab Driver
Last Days in the Mines
Lonely Corner
A Travelers Prayer
Above and Beyond
Barbara Allen
Before My Time
Boo on You
Fly Away Again
I Feel a Cry Coming On
Then I Can Go to Bed
Trucker Classics
Six Days on the Road
Mad
Truck Driving Man
The Pool Shark
One More Mile
Two Six Packs Away
Girl on the Billboard
Fly Away Again
Me and Ole CB
Squaws Along the Yukon
How Fast Them Trucks Can Go
Freightliner Fever
Cowboy Boots
Cowboy Boots
Ain't That a Shame
The Night You Broke the News
My Sunny Overgrown Country Town
Rooster Hill
How Come It Took So Long to Say Goodbye
Sentimental Journey
Sugarland U.S.A.
Truck Drivin' Son-of-a-Gun
Salvation Arms
Comin' Down
One More Plane
My Home Town Made a Change
Mary-Lou You Took the Party With You
The Tavern Telephone
Homer and Cole
Fly Away Again
Lonelyville
Lonelyville
Have You Ever Been Lonely
Oh Lonesome Me
Lonely Street
Seven Lonely Days
At the Junction
Time and Place
Journey to the Center of Your Heart
Lonely Corner
That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome
Coffee Coffee Coffee
Just Call Me Lonesome
Songs About the Working Man
Six Days on the Road
John Henry
Bless Them Machines (Please Help The Working Man)
Alligator Man
Steel Worker Blues
A Farmer's Prayer
Last Day In The Mines
Cowboy Boots
Taxicab Driver
Sixteen Tons
I'm Coming Home
Workin' Hands