b. Rigdon Osmond Dees III, 1950, Memphis, Tennessee, USA. While functioning as a disk jockey on Memphis radio in 1976, Dees made a decision to record a disco parody. Motivated by Jackie Lee’s 1965 strike ‘The Duck’, he had written a tune, added a unforgettable disco support overladen using a chorus that owed very much to the nature of childrens favourite Donald Duck. At the same time when disco information were the trend, the novelty ‘Disco Duck (Component One)’ insinuated its method into public awareness and hit the very best of the united states graphs. Dees attempted a follow-up, ‘Dis-Gorilla’, motivated by the film Ruler Kong, but earned only minimal graph success. Following a belated last hit using the comic ‘Eat My Pants’/‘Obtain Nekked’ in 1984, Dees smartly focused on his broadcasting actions and it has since become perhaps one of the most well-known broadcasters in American radio background.