Joe Cecil "Red" Simpson (March 6, 1934 – January 8, 2016) was an American country singer-songwriter best known for his trucker-themed songs. Joe Cecil Simpson was born in 1934 in Higley, Arizona, and was raised in Bakersfield, California, the youngest of 12 children. At age 14, he wrote his first song. Simpson was working at the Wagon Wheel in Lamont when Fuzzy Owen saw him and arranged for Simpson to work at his Clover Club as a piano player.
Red Simpson died on January 8, 2016, at a hospital in Bakersfield, after suffering complications from a heart attack. Simpson was posthumously honored at the 2016 Ameripolitan awards Simpson completed his most recent album in December 2015 entitled "Soda Pops and Saturdays" with Mario Carboni. The album was recorded in Portland, OR and featured 12 tracks. Simpson plays guitar and sings lead and back up vocals on this album . Very Real Red Simpson. 20 Great Truck Hits. The Best of Red Simpson.
The Best of Red Simpson. blue highlight denotes track pick. He was 81. Simpson was posthumously honored at the 2016 Ameripolitan awards. His son David Simpson accepted the "Founder of the Sound" award on his behalf. Simpson completed his most recent album in December 2015 entitled "Soda Pops and Saturdays" with Mario Carboni. Carboni plays piano, strings, and back up vocals . 62. - Very Real Red Simpson. Hold On Ma'm (You Got Yourself a Honker)". - "Those Forgotten Trains".
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