Rod Hart was a one-hit wonder who scored a minor hit single in 1977, "C.B. Savage", which charted on both the Billboard magazine pop and country charts. The song was a gay-themed takeoff on the citizens band radio fad and featured a "smokey" (highway patrolman) pretending to be a gay truck driver over the CB radio; the patrolman's masquerade distracts the lead trucker in a convoy who is listening to him, allowing the highway patrol to bust the 5-truck convoy for speeding. Allmusic called it "one of the most bizarre country novelty hits of all time." It appeared on his album Breakeroo!
Text from this biography licensed under creative commons license