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Out to Pastor

by Willamae Dudd

Willamae Dudd's Comedy Country Gospel CD "Out to Pastor" will lift your spirits, make you laugh and make you thank God she's a talented Christian Entertainer.
Genre: Spiritual: Country Gospel
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1. Willamae Dudd Talks About Dying
2:10 $0.99
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2. Aunt Viola On Baptisms, Doctors
5:08 $0.99
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3. Aunt Viola On Communion
2:04 $0.99
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4. Aunt Viola and the Tablecloth
3:11 $0.99
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5. Willamae & Terry Jordan: Hey Willamae
3:10 $0.99
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6. Willamae: Churches Vs. Barns
2:11 $0.99
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7. Willamae: Various On Marriage
3:02 $0.99
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8. Willamae: the Preacher Comes For Dinner
4:10 $0.99
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9. Willamae: Company's Coming Part 1
2:57 $0.99
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10. Willamae: Company's Coming Part 2
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Willamae is the country comic creation of Patti Beth Anderson. Often referred to as "The Minnie Pearl of Grand Lake," in Northeast Oklahoma, Willamae's past clients have often described her as sort of the combination of the down-home humor of Minnie Pearl and the comedy antics of Lucille Ball. Willamae's brand of humor invites lots of laughter as she tells tales on herself, her family, and pokes a bit of fun at good sports in the audience.

She was one of the guest speakers at the 2001 State Evangelism Conference in Oklahoma City, sharing the stage with the likes of Larnelle Harris, Ken Ham and Ron Hutchcraft.

Willamae has entertained in the Kountry Kuzins Jamboree Show in Grove, Oklahoma as comedienne and vocalist since 1984. She has numerous television and radio commercial credits. Willamae has opened for and appeared with Ray Price, Porter Wagoner, Kitty Wells, Buck Trent, Jerry Clower, Jana Jae, George Lindsey and LuLu Roman.

But, don't let the 'down-home' appearance fool you. Her creator Patti Beth has college degrees from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Oklahoma City University, and a Masters from Pittsburg (Kansas) State University.

Patti Beth Anderson is currently working as Tour Director for the travel club at Grand Federal Savings in Grove, Oklahoma. She resides in Grove with her son Caleb Paul and her husband Corporate Trade Show Magician Doug Anderson. They are active members at Elk River Baptist Church in Grove.

Willamae Dudd is the country comic creation of Patti Beth Anderson. Willamae has a take-charge, make-herself-at-home appeal that is good clean fun for churches, conventions, banquets, and any other reason folks get together to laugh. Past clients have described her as sort of the combination of the down-home humor of Minnie Pearl and the comedy antics of Lucille Ball. Willamae's down-home brand of humor invites lots of laughter as she tells tales on herself, her family, and pokes a bit of fun at good sports in the audience like Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating, astronaut Neal Armstrong and many, many others.

Her Aunt Viola Pearl Sparks is known and loved by everyone at your church... That is to say Aunt Viola is seen at every church. You know the type: She's opinionated, pushy and demands to be heard! She often opens for Willamae at corporate functions and churches. Aunt Viola Pearl Sparks is a button pusher... the reflective button and the laugh button. We all laugh at her as she, by way of demonstration, pokes fun at the ridiculousness of the way some of us treat others by way of gossip, pride and being judgmental.
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