C.W. McCall



C.W. McCall

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Active
1974
Born
November 15, 1928
Location
Audubon, Iowa, United States
Biography
C.W. McCall is the pseudonym of William Dale Fries (born November 15, 1928 in Audubon, Iowa, USA). McCall is best known for the 1975 #1 hit song "Convoy", which came at the peak of the citizens band radio fad in the United States. Far from a one-hit wonder, McCall continued to chart with songs such as "Wolf Creek Pass", which hit #40 on the U.S. pop top 40 in 1975, and at least two other songs hit Billboard's pop Hot 100, including "Old Home Filler-Up an' Keep on a-Truckin' Cafe", as well as the environmentally-oriented "There Won't Be No Country Music (There Won't Be No Rock 'n' Roll)".
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Top Songs by C.W. McCall


Convoy

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Crispy Critters

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Aurora Borealis

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Flowers on the Wall

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Night Rider

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


American Spirit

American Spirit

Mannheim Steamroller May 20, 2003

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The Best of C.W. McCall

The Best of C.W. McCall

C.W. McCall September 21, 1993

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C. W. McCall's Greatest Hits

C. W. McCall's Greatest Hits

C.W. McCall January 1, 1990

12 Tracks

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