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Listen to Larry the Cable Guy’s Commentaries
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With his cries of “Git-Er-Done!” and “What the hell is this, Russia?,” Larry the Cable Guy begins his daily commentaries, heard in cities around the country on radio.

Larry burst onto the radio scene in 1992 as a character on a highly rated Tampa morning show. His outrageous comedy was soon syndicated to more stations, and today his wacky and topical commentaries are carried daily in 35 markets on rock radio.

Larry is also a staple on Jeff Foxworthy’s Country Countdown Show, which is heard on over 220 radio stations. His CD Lord, I Apologize (available in stores) has consistently appeared in the top 20 of the Billboard Comedy Charts since its debut in October of 2001.

And yes, he used to be a cable guy.

PJ Walsh is a native New Yorker who grew up in a family with three sisters, which he admits made him “the family outcast” from a very early age.

Walsh was never one for learning — he was kicked out of Catholic School, kicked out of public school, and “finally kicked out of my house.” Having nowhere else to turn, Walsh enlisted in the Navy. After a stint in the Persian Gulf, he found himself stationed at the White House — where his duty was to serve as “Primary Dental Care Technician” for the first and second families in Washington and for the troops at the Presidential Retreat in Camp David, Maryland.

If he didn’t do comedy, he probably would be a spastic blue-collar worker trying to keep his fellow proletarians suitably entertained while they work for "the man.