Remembering Joe Diffie: The “John Deere Green” Singer Talks Vinyl Album, Signature Hit, Opry Anniversary & More

Remembering Joe Diffie: The “John Deere Green” Singer Talks Vinyl Album, Signature Hit, Opry Anniversary & More

Jim Casey talks with Joe Diffie in December 2019 about:

  • attending this year’s CMA Awards
  • performing more than 100 shows in 2019
  • tearing his MCL while performing
  • topping the charts with “Pickup Man,” “Home” and more in the 1990s
  • his signature hit, “John Deere Green”
  • recording his new vinyl album, Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie, which features many of his past hits
  • recording Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Pride & Joy” on the new album, which features vocals from Marc Broussard
  • celebrating his 26th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry

Podcast Participants:

  • Joe Diffie
  • Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief

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