Other Stations - Other Tampa Bay Area Stations - Who's Who - Details

Cledus' Co-Workers

WFLZ - A History
WWJB - A History
WHNZ - A History
WTMP AM & FM - A History
WBRD AM & FM - A History
WMNF - A History
WDCF - A History
WWRM - A History
WJIS - A History
WYUU - A History
WQBN - A History
WTBT - A History
WKES - A History
WMGG AM & FM - A History
WBVM - A History
WTAN AM & FM - A History
WPOI - A History
WUSF - A History
WLVU AM & FM - A History
WRXB - A History
WFUS - A History
WPSO AM & FM - A History
WAMA - A History
WMTX - A History
WJQB - A History
WLLD - A History
WSRZ AM & FM - A History
WZHR - A History
WXYB - A History
WFTI - A History
WHPT - A History
WGES - A History
WTMY - A History
WBTP - A History
WBZZ - A History
WCTQ - A History
WXGL - A History
WSDV - A History
WSJT - A History
WSRQ - A History
WWMI - A History
WWPR - A History
WTIS - A History
WIBQ - A History
WLCC - A History
WKZM - A History
WCIE - A History
WSMR - A History
WDDV - A History
WLSS - A History
WLTQ - A History
WXJB - A History
WRMD - A History
WTBN - A History
WHBO - A History
WWBA - A History
WAMR AM & FM - A History
WLPJ - A History
WYFE - A History
WHFS AM & FM - A History
WTWD - A History
WSUN AM & FM - A History
WFLA AM & FM - A History
WDAE AM & FM - A History
WQYK AM & FM - A History
WRBQ AM & FM - A History
WGUL AM & FM - A History
WDUV - A History
WXTB - A History
Nancy Alexander
Veronica Alfaro-Young
Jon Anthony
Alan Archer
Daisy Ash
Steve Austin
Bob Barnes
Allison Barnett
Denny Bateman
Mark Beiro
Frank Benny
Mel Berman
Tracy Black
Marvelous Marvin Boone
Scot Brantley
Luis Briceno
Chad Brock
Carmen Brown
Eben Brown
Bubba the Love Sponge
Shannon Burke
Gordon Byrd
Mike Calta
Jim Campbell
Ted Cannarozzi
Bill Carl
Dave Cash
Pat Chamburs
Laura Chase
Glenn Cherry
Pierre Chestang
Tommy Chuck
Rita Ciccarello
Cigar Dave
Roz Clark
Bill Connolly
Carson Cooper
Lee Courtney
Dr. Chuck Crane
Nikki Cruz
Mike Culotta
Chris Curley
Kathy Curtis
Hank Dale
Orlando Davis
Jenny Dean
Ron Diaz
Dan DiLoreto
Mason Dixon
Nanci Donnellan
Elizabeth Dougherty
Bill Dudley
Steve Duemig
Corey Dylan
Big Ed Edwards
Bill Elliott
JR Evans
Wayne Facyson
Brian Fink
Marvin Flemmings
Les Foerster
Olivia Fox
Jane Friend
Russell Gant
Drew Garabo
Pat George
Martin Giles
Susan Giles-Wantuck
Ronald Gordon
Bob Haa
Norm Hale
Steve Hall
Dave Harrell
Jack Harris
Cedric Harris
Marc Haze
Tom Henderson
Gabe Hobbs
Allan Hollar
James Howard
Dianne Hughes
Mark Jackson
Aaron Jacobson
Brad James
Ralph Janotti
Whitney Johnson
Maverick Johnson
Jesse Kage
Jeff Kapugi
Alicia Kaye
Al Keck
Ann Kelly
JoJo Kincaid
Carrie Kirkland
Kristy Knight
Craig Kopp
Leslee Lacey
Shayna Lance
Ronnie "Night Train" Lane
Mark Larsen
Keith Lawless
Scott Ledger
Adam Lindemann
Gene Lindsey
Rob Lorei
Bruce Maduri
Skip Mahaffey
Steve Manuel
Carl Marcocci
Walt Marsicano
Ken Martin
Beecher Martin
Danielle McBroom
Dave McClure
Les McDowell
Gary McHenry
Dana McKay
Dave McKay (WQYK)
Steve Michaels
Ron Michaels
Doug Miles
Jack Miller
Karl Moore
Dave 'Flash' Morgan
John Morris
Amy Newman
Susan Nilon
George Nix
Bobby Ocean
Charlie Ochs
Mike Oliviero
Justin Pawloski
Ed Pendino
Bob Penrod
Carlos Jose Peralta
Mitch Perry
JP Peterson
Paul Porter
Neil Presant
Randy Price
Jim Quin
Drew Rashbaum
Jayar Reed
Mike Reeves
Dave Reinhart
Bob Reynolds
Bobby Rich
Don Richards
Michael Ricker
Rock Riley
Dick Ring
Jay Roberts
Angelito Rodriguez
Tom Sanchez
Steve Sande
Nick Sanders
Vicki Santa
Al Santana
Todd Schnitt
Roger Schulman
Stephen Seravalli
Michael Serio
Bob Seymour
Michael Sharkey
Darek Sharp
Hank Shaw
Ron Shepard aka JoMama Johnson
Big Dom Siciliano
Dan Sileo
Valerie Silver
John Sipos
Paul Sliwa
Annie Sommers
John Stortz
Vic Swan
Sharon Taylor
Michelle Tellone
The SportsChix
Chadd & Kristi Thomas
Allyson Turner
Nick Van Cleve
Marc Vila
David Wagenvoord
JoJo Walker
Scott Walker
Mike Waters
Tedd Webb
Robert Weeks
Joel Weiss
Tim White
Jetie Wilds
Alan Winfield
Todd Wright
Randy Wynne
Dave Zeplowitz

Cledus T. Judd

Cledus T. Judd, country music’s answer to “Weird Al” Yankovic, was born Barry Poole and grew up in Cartersville, Georgia, north of Marietta. By trade, he was a hairstylist who, in 1993, sang two funny songs in an amateur night contest at Atlanta’s Buckboard nightclub and took home $50 first prize money. Six months later, the overweight, non-singing (then bleached blonde) young man moved to Nashville in search of a record deal.

New York-based Razor and Tie Records heard his demo in 1995, signed him, and released four albums over a four-year period. With that start he began building a career parodying popular country tunes with goofy titles like “How Do You Milk a Cow?” and “It’s A Great Day to Be a Guy.” His first video on CMT made him a star – “If Shania Was Mine,” a parody of Shania Twain’s “Any Man of Mine” and won him CMT’s Independent Video of the Year honors, as did “Every Light in the House Is Blown” two years later.

Cledus has had plenty of good help from other country performers who have lent their time to his videos and albums, including Buck Owens, Vince Gill, Trace Adkins, Charlie Daniels, Alan Jackson, Shania Twain, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney, and even Kid Rock. Although they weren’t monsters, they did well enough to get him a contract with Sony’s revived Monument label in 2000, followed by the Koch label in 2004.

In 2005, Judd was hired to host WQYK’s morning show (“The Cledus T. Party”). Two years later, he turned in notice that he was leaving to join Atlanta’s WUBL-FM “The Bull.” To the surprise of many, he was hired back at WQYK in September 2010, replacing longtime staffer Randy Price as morning co-host with Dave McKay. This second stint with the station ended in late 2012 when he resigned a second time.

On November 19, 2012, Cledus began co-hosting "The Cletus T. Judd Party with Clint (McElroy) & Judy (Eaton)" morning show on WTCR-FM in Huntington, West Virginia. He stated that moving there from Florida allowed him to live closer to his daughter, Caitlyn Rose.

Judd’s earlier broadcasting experience includes a stint as a fill-in host for WSM-FM Nashville, plus on-camera work for CMT and the USA Network’s “Nashville Star” series.


Station History

2005 - 2007 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)
2010 - 2012 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)

Home | WPLA | WONN | WLAK | Other Stations | Related Links | Contact Us

© 2022 RadioYears.com All rights reserved.
Built by fusionZONE, Inc.