Hear the music of MATS

March 26, 2018

Mark Schremmer

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — If country music is your thing, the 2018 Mid-America Trucking Show had you covered. Bill Weaver, Tony Justice, Long Haul Paul, and Jayne Denham were among the many musicians to perform at the show. In case you weren’t able to attend, here’s your chance to hear several offerings of MATS music.

Weaver, an OOIDA member from Arkansas, performed at various booths throughout the show.

Justice, an OOIDA member from Tennessee, also performed at various booths including at the Red Eye Radio stage. A year ago, Justice served as the opening act for Thompson Square at the trucking show’s featured concert on Friday night.

 

 

Long Haul Paul, an OOIDA member from Indiana whose real name is Paul Marhoefer, brought his Bob Dylan-esque sound to MATS. In the video below, he sings about people addicted to social media.

Denham, a singer from Australia, performed her trucking tunes all over the Kentucky Expo Center.

Ray Scott  performed his song “Those Jeans” about bad pickup lines.

Dustin Collins entertained fans with his rendition of a Jerry Reed tune.

Mark Schremmer

Mark Schremmer, associate editor, joined Land Line in 2015. An award-winning journalist and former assistant news editor at The Topeka Capital-Journal, he brings fresh ideas, solid reporting skills, and nearly two decades of journalism experience to our staff.

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