Jud Strunk

Jud Strunk

About Jud Strunk

Jud Strunk (June 11, 1936 - October 5, 1981) was an American singer, songwriter and comedian. Born Justin Strunk, Jr. in Jamestown, New York, he was raised in Buffalo, New York, where as a small boy his showmanship became evident. After he learned to play the banjo, Strunk began entertaining locals and went on to wide recognition after appearances on national television network shows such as Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. In 1973, he wrote and recorded the song 'A Daisy a Day,' which made the Billboard Top 20 on both the country and pop music charts. He also wrote and recorded three humorous songs that made it into the country music charts, and he toured with the Andy Williams Road Show. One of these songs, which continues to be played on the Dr.

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