He was one of the earliest artists to record for the National Recording Corporation, with "Where's There's A Will" (1959).Dudley was injured once again in 1960, this time in a car accident, setting back his career in music. In 1963, "Six Days on the Road" became a hit for Dudley.His signature song was "Six Days on the Road," and he is also remembered for "Vietnam Blues," "Truck Drivin' Son-of-a-Gun," and "Me and ol' C. Other recordings included Dudley's duet with Tom T.Hall, "Day Drinking," and his own Top 10 hit, "Fireball Rolled A Seven," supposedly based on the career and death of Edward Glenn "Fireball" Roberts.Some remakes of the song replace these words with a reference to looking at the white lines on the road.Dudley can be heard and seen singing the correct original lyrics in a 1971 performance currently available at You Tube. By the end of 1963, he released his first single from the label, "Last Day in the Mines".
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