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A brief History of J.D.in Nashville.

"J.D.in Nashville", as he has come to be known, is a caller from Nashville, Tennessee.

On October 3, 2007, he called into the show, and his call consisted solely of a parody song named "It's Chad", based on Michael Jackson's "Bad". The song was a crack on parody song specialist Chad in Portland. The main line was, "There's a pervert in the jungle right now, and I'm telling you once again, it's Chad!" The song became oft-reset, and Rome said J.D. could never call again and be known as the greatest caller in Jungle history.

Listen to "It's Chad" as it aired that day.

On April 7, 2008, J.D. did call again. This time with a new parody, cracking on both Chad and [[Bodie in Pearland], to the tune of the Charles Daniels classic, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". Unfortunately, it wasn't his best work, but it got run, temporarily tarnishing his reputation.

Listen to it as it aired that day

J.D. did perform at Smack-Off 2008 with a short "Take Me Out to the Ball Game"-based parody song. It was ok, but he didn't place.

In March 09, JD made a huge comeback, with his most recent call in to the show. His new song was a return to the "Original JD" style parody, using Michael Jackson's hit song "Smooth Criminal", in a crack on Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal.

Listen to it as it aired that day

and the (REMIX)

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