David Anthony Berg | Welcome To Wisconsin

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Welcome To Wisconsin

by David Anthony Berg

Country folk and traditional country mix
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Welcome To Wisconsin
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2. Snowmobile Cowboy
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3:54 $0.99
3. My Wisconsin
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4. Belly Button Song
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5. Rock Dam County Park
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6. Jumbo and Betty And The Four-Legged Walker
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7. Great Big Buck
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8. Too Far Away From Wisconsin
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9. Poniatowski Song
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10. Hunter In The Man
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11. Up In Wisconsin
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12. Pit Bulls And Dobermans
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13. We're From Wisconsin
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14. George Jones and Jack Daniels
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15. Ugly
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“Welcome To Wisconsin” Was recorded in Tomahawk Wisconsin. Tomahawk is about 70 miles northeast of my hometown of Edgar Wisconsin. I grew up in Edgar Wisconsin and went away for four years of boarding school at St John’s Prep in Collegeville Minnesota. Then I went to Marquette in Milwaukee for four years and got my degree in Psychology. After Marquette I spent two years at Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland doing psychological research while in The US Army. After the Army I moved back to Edgar Wisconsin and worked as a counselor in a Workshop for the handicapped in Wausau, Wisconsin. I became the Operations manager of that Workshop and then retired in 2005. I have been singing and writing songs for 30 years. I never tried to make my music any more than a hobby. I have had a lot of fun over the years singing at some local bars and parties and campgrounds. Now that I am retired I have some time to write more and record some of my songs. Got to tell you that is lots of fun. All the Wisconsin songs show that I do love it here and I especially love the outdoor opportunities here. The hunting and fishing is great. The scenery is awesome. One of my friend said we should all make a pact to not tell anybody about how good we got it or all those crazy people from the big cities will want to come here. So if you are a crazy person from a big city please do not tell him I told you about Wisconsin.

The song Jumbo and Betty and the Four Legged Walker is kind of a true story that happened when I was singing at Boyle’s Resort on Willow Lake. There really is a couple named Jumbo and Betty and they are well known and well loved by all the locals in that area. Betty does use a walker and they really did kind of dance to the anniversary song and it was a beautiful sight.

One of my deer hunting friends was telling me about a lost love and used a phrase about getting through the episode with a little help from George Jones and Jack Daniels . I thought it was a great line and wrote it down and that inspired the George Jones and Jack Daniels song.


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Kitty Miller

Uncertain of exact title but Betty and her 4 footed walker is dancing for an anniversary. The new album also gets 5 stars

Donna Mae Straub-Heredia

We enjoyed it with the exercise group. What lake is on the cover?
The varity was great for the different exercises we were doing. We all had some memories of what you were singing about beautiful Wisconsin.

Jim Anderson

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Tremendous memories David. I'm not sure what brings a smile to my face faster between "Snowmobile Cowboy" and "Rock Dam County Park". This is a MUST for those who love Wisconsin and love to camp.