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According to MCA Nashville comic/recording artist T. Bubba, “Bubba is not a Redneck.”
“Bubba is a guy whose ancestors were probably Rednecks, but he’s gone on to College now, works in a bank and likes to hunt and fish on the weekends,” Bechtol observes. “He wears the uniform of the South, but it’s not T-shirts and overalls, like on ‘Hee Haw’. He’s probably wearing a white, starched Oxford-cloth shirt with a stiff collar, a blue blazer, khaki pants, penny loafers and no socks, like I do. He’s a loveable ‘galoot,’ that big, roly-poly kind of guy with a heart of gold that’s in your family. And he’s not just from the South. I like to call them “John Bubba’s” to explain it. John Wayne was the biggest Bubba that ever lived, then we had John Belushi, John Candy and now John Goodman is now carrying the banner for Bubbas everywhere.” See the stereo-type?
And so is T. Bubba!