Rebel Radio

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Radio Station
Rebel Radio
RebelRadio-GTAV-logo.svg
Genre: Outlaw country
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto V
DJ(s): Jesco White

{{Radio station | image = [[File:RebelRadio-GTAV-logo.svg|100px]] | genre = Outlaw country | games = [[Grand Theft Auto V]] | djs = [[Jesco White]] }} '''Rebel Radio''' is a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. Hosted by Jesco White, the station features classic outlaw country music, only because "country has gone sissy." [http://www.rockstargames.com/V/news/article/51291/gtav-soundtrack-interviews-and-details-plus-sleepwalking-by-the-.html GTAV Soundtrack Interviews and Details... Plus "Sleepwalking" by The Chain Gang of 1974 from the Official Trailer] '''DJ''': [[wp:Jesco White|Jesco White]], a traditional Appalachian mountain dancer from West Virginia known as the "Dancing Outlaw". He follows in the footsteps of his father D. Ray White, who was immortalized in the Hank Williams song "The Legend of D. Ray White". He and his family have been featured in three documentaries, ''Dancing Outlaw'', ''Dancing Outlaw II: Jesco Goes to Hollywood'' and ''The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia'' (co-produced by Johnny Knoxville). He has also guest starred on the television shows ''Roseanne'' and ''Squidbillies'', and Beck's music video for "Loser". '''Genre:''' [[wp:Outlaw country|Outlaw country]] [https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F107505592&show_artwork=true Rebel Radio preview] === Playlist === * [[wp:Waylon Jennings|Waylon Jennings]] - "[[wp:Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way|Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way]]" ''(1975)'' * [[wp:Charlie Feathers|Charlie Feathers]] - "Can't Hardly Stand It" ''(1956)'' * [[wp:C. W. McCall|C. W. McCall]] - "[[wp:Convoy (song)|Convoy]]" ''(1975)'' * [[wp:Hasil Adkins|Hasil Adkins]] - "Get Outta My Car" ''(1966)'' * [[wp:Waylon Jennings|Waylon Jennings]] - "[[wp:I Ain't Living Long Like This|I Ain't Living Long Like This]]" ''(1979)'' * [[wp:Ozark Mountain Daredevils|Ozark Mountain Daredevils]] - "[[wp:If You Wanna Get to Heaven|If You Wanna Get to Heaven]]" ''(1973)'' * [[wp:Hank Thompson (musician)|Hank Thompson]] - "[[wp:I Don't Hurt Anymore|I Don't Hurt Anymore]]" ''(1964)'' * [[wp:Johnny Paycheck|Johnny Paycheck]] - "It Won't Be Long (And I'll Be Hating You)" ''(1968)'' * [[wp:Johnny Cash|Johnny Cash]] - "The General Lee" ''(1982)'' * [[wp:Willie Nelson|Willie Nelson]] - "[[wp:Whiskey River|Whiskey River]]" ''(1978)'' * [[wp:Jerry Reed|Jerry Reed]] - "[[wp:You Took All the Ramblin' Out of Me|You Took All the Ramblin' Out of Me]]" ''(1972)'' == References == {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1= {{radio stations|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Radio Stations]] [[Category:Radio Stations in GTA V]]

Rebel Radio is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V. Hosted by Jesco White, the station features classic outlaw country music, only because "country has gone sissy." [1]

DJ: Jesco White, a traditional Appalachian mountain dancer from West Virginia known as the "Dancing Outlaw". He follows in the footsteps of his father D. Ray White, who was immortalized in the Hank Williams song "The Legend of D. Ray White". He and his family have been featured in three documentaries, Dancing Outlaw, Dancing Outlaw II: Jesco Goes to Hollywood and The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia (co-produced by Johnny Knoxville). He has also guest starred on the television shows Roseanne and Squidbillies, and Beck's music video for "Loser".

Genre: Outlaw country

Rebel Radio preview

Playlist

References