1990s country sensation Chad Brock has a new album coming out in November or December (or possibly January) and has announced plans for an amateur radio station tour to promote the
self-burned self-released CD.
Brock, the burly former wrestler and singer of such hits as “Yes!” and “Ordinary Life” expects to wind his way across the southeastern corner of Tennessee into Georgia and back, depending on sleeping arrangements at HAM operators’ homes and Greyhound routes in upcoming weeks.
Walter Koenigsberg of Dahlonega, GA, the third stop on the tour, says he’s excited to have a pro-wrestler spend the night at his trailer. “Having a guy on who was in the WCW is soo cool …and he was a country singer? Wow. This will be a lot different than what we usually talk about over the airwaves… like contrails and black helicopters and the Illuminati. It’s gonna be a killer rag-chew session!” said Koenigsberg, who goes by the vanity handle “Ycaripsnoc15″ [which appears to be "51Conspiracy" spelled backwards].
FNN could not reach Brock for an interview but his official Myspace page and Angelfire website both feature the following statement: “Chad is proud to announce the forthcoming release of my new album Don’t Call it a Comeback and a radio tour to promote it. Brock will be making appearances at stations across the southeast, performing old favorites and new classics. Check hamradioisrad.blogspot.com and your local operator message boards for dates, times and frequencies.”
Besides the album and radio tour, Brock is also in talks to open for Wade Hayes on next year’s Honky Tonk Tailgate tour’s third stage.