As a young man, Rudy Grayzell loved two things: baseball and country music. And girls. OK, three things. He began his music career recording country music for Abbott Records, then two years later signed with Capitol Records and began singing rock and roll. But when Rudy signed with Starday Records in 1956, he recorded his wildest rockabilly sides for the label and landed a touring gig with rising superstar Elvis Presley. His Starday sides may have limited Rudy's ability to consistently play country music or baseball, but they solidified his legacy among rockabilly fans and earned him a spot in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. In both of our recordings here, Rudy mentions my Swelltune Records single, "Duck Butt," and it cracks me up every time.