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Album: Cheers & Boos - Single

Artist: Jake Trout and the Ball Washers

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Jake Trout and the Ball Washers

Tracklist For Cheers & Boos - Single By Artist Jake Trout and the Ball Washers

Title Artist Time
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Cheers & Boos Jake Trout and the Ball Washers 2:53 USD 0.99

Reviews For Cheers & Boos - Single By Artist Jake Trout and the Ball Washers

  • Peter Jacobson is one of golfs blessings

    5
    By Titleist with a dot
    I read a book Jake wrote years ago called "Buried Lies" and I've been a fan of his ever since. He has never taken himself or the game he loves too seriously, but he always made it fun. This song is just another great example of good fun based on a great game. I can picture Jake imitating Palmer's swing or Stadler's walk (with 3 dozen balls down his shirt) as he sings this song, and it just cracks me up every time.
  • Jake

    5
    By Eleanor Peterson
    We need a video of this. It is great.
  • Music fan

    5
    By Parskinny'o
    If you like this check out Reckless Kelly and Micky and the Motorcars aka " The Ball Washers "
  • cheers and boos

    5
    By Rusty Gates 1
    Jake should join the golf boys.
  • I wanted the video?

    4
    By Lchoodlem
    What about a podcast from NBC/Golf Channel? The video is hilarious.
  • Great Song!

    5
    By al.sauttef
    I saw the music video while watching the Phoenix Open on tv and I thought it was funny and awesome! Everytime I listen to it, it make me laugh!
  • Funny stuff - needs the video!

    5
    By Professor42273
    The video accompanying this cut is great too. If you've never been to the TPC for the Phoenix Open, this explains the "loudest hole in golf".
  • Great song

    5
    By Skitter70
    It was played while we were watching the Phoenix Open! Catchy tune - lots of fun.
  • Golf is fun

    5
    By greglpc
    A great musical story on the Phoenix Open Golf Tournament. This is hilarious.
  • For the win!

    5
    By golfdude71
    Jake Trout with the Braun brothers? I'm in. This is hilarious!

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