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The Ballad of Uncle Drank
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Introducing the story of legendary beach country musician, Uncle Drank (Will Sasso). This comedic musical podcast also stars Luke Wilson, Chelcie Lynn, Kinky Friedman and Billy Zane - as a talking blender named BLENDY. This 8-part series hits like a blended daiquiri full of stories, complete with missing brain cells and certified Uncle Drank Gulf and Western country classics! With original songs featuring Brian Kelley, Uncle Kracker, Snow and more! From Audio Up and SiriusXM!
Introducing the Ballad of Uncle Drank
On September 13th, hear the story of legendary beach country musician, Uncle Drank (Will Sasso). This comedic musical podcast also stars Luke Wilson, Chelcie Lynn, Kinky Friedman and Billy Zane - as a talking blender named BLENDY. This 8-part series hits like a blended daiquiri full of stories, complete with missing brain cells and certified Uncle Drank Gulf and Western country classics! With original songs featuring Brian Kelley, Uncle Kracker, Snow and more! From Audio Up and SiriusXM!
Welcome to the world of Uncle Drank. Before he was a top 10 Beach country singer/songwriter, Uncle Drank was known as Jingle Jeremy - a successful jingle writer in Chicago. Following a life-changing moment, he moves to Nashville and meets his manager Hayseed Schwartz. When the town rejects his gulf inspired songs, he moves to Florida and begins living on the beach. It is here when he discovers that his life is all about the ocean, the beach and banana daiquiris in the sand. As episode one concludes, he begins writing the songs that will change his career.
When Waylon Jennings offers Jeremy an opening slot on his tour, he jumps at the opportunity. However, he gets kicked off the tour bus after 30 minutes. The good news is that before he gets tossed, Waylon rechristens Jeremy "Uncle Drank." From there he is off to the races, writing more songs in Florida and engaging in payola to get them on the radio. His songs becomes minor hits and Drank's popularity begins to rise. But, when Waylon Jennings’ legal team decides to sue Uncle Drank for some songwriting royalties, Hayseed wonders if his career will survive the lawsuit
Uncle Drank fights the Waylon lawsuit, cuts a new album and moves to Los Angeles to celebrate the high flying 1980s. With his fame growing, his wife's disappearing and his song "Hillbilly Hall of Fame" charting- Uncle Drank is on his way. Until a late night arrest lands him in jail where his longtime drummer Barney bails him out. And then he decides to release a single for charity…
With two new mouths to feed and his restaurant empire in trouble, Uncle Drank’s song “Biggest Dock on the Lake” becomes a hit in a Stallone movie. After revisiting his old favorite bar, he meets wife #3 - the “Kris Kardashain of Country Music” - a woman named Betty Dakari. She propels the Uncle Drank brand into merch, Drankwear and Mulleted coolers all while promoting her own aerobics career. And then, she releases the Uncle Drank sex tape - which becomes known as the “Sex Tape You Can Never Unsee.”
After joining the country supergroup the Pearly Tailgates, Uncle Drank is back in Nashville. Suddenly, he meets a country singer named Rose A. Alldey (Chelcie Lynn). After hearing her perform, he proposes and they hit the road together on tour. However, when it turns out that Uncle Drank accidentally left his underaged boys at home without supervision, the FBI tracks him down and sends him back to Florida. Luckily, he writes his hit song “Third Wife’s a Charm” and gets back on tour… this time opening for the Grateful Dead.
Uncle Drank’s new album, the experimental “Human Foot” comes out and is a massive flop. With mouths to feed and a restaurant to save, the label releases a Greatest Hits package that puts Drank back on top… but he begins to plan his escape from the music biz. A psychedelic trip to Joshua Tree opens his mind and he composes what he considers his “Pet Sounds.” The label is interested. All of this takes place before Suge Knight dangles Uncle Drank over a hotel balcony and threatens to drop him unless he signs over his publishing rights. Will Drank survive?
After his marriage proposal goes horribly wrong, Uncle Drank buys a boat and takes a job at a corporate event in Hawaii where he meets wife number five... Stella. He writes a song with the Informer himself - Snow - and they hit the top of the charts with “Aloha I Love You.” Drank keeps fighting with the record label about his album and his new nemesis - a grunge-country singer named Cody Tacoma. And then... Uncle Drank disappears. Brian Kelley does his best to track him down in Mexico - and what he finds out will bring us to next week's epic series finale…
The time has come for DRANK FEST a legendary live tribute concert to Uncle Drank’s music as put on and funded by Brian Kelley. The problem is, Brian thought he booked Eric Church, Brad Paisley and Dave Matthews.As it turns out he accidentally booked Bob Church, Steve Paisley and Pete Matthews. Now, unless Uncle Drank shows up and saves the show, things are looking darker than the underbelly of a Punalalu’u Beach sand crab living in volcanic ash. AS the series finale rolls along, Drank plays some of his favorite hits and new favorites for an adoring crowd...
In episode 8, you heard a small sample of what REALLY went down that night Uncle Drank returned… Now, hear the OTHER artists who came and played for the Beach Country legend at DRANK FEST. Artists include Canadian duo The Noice Guys, hair band Stickee Bunz and the entitled white women band “The Karens” who sing about wanting to talk to the manager. Enjoy this completely ridiculous bonus episode of the festival that would never end.
this is absolutely fantastic lol