Pam Time - Pete Rose: Cooperstown Trainman Singer
Join me as I interview the great Pete Rose, who is known for kicking up some great country music on the train in Cooperstown, NY. Listen to three of his songs (Second Time Around, Southbound Special, and I've Got Jesus On My Mind) and reminisce about some upstate baseball and music history!
“ALL ABOARD!” – Pete Rose is a singer/songwriter from Holland Patent, NY. He works as a rolling musician on the train from Milford to Cooperstown, New York – The Cooperstown Blues Express. As the whistle blows, riders enjoy a fun filled adventure, as well as, get to listen to the Rock Blues, Bluegrass, Country melodies of “Trainman Pete”. As they listen to him perform his songs, the historic train ride becomes more of an adventure, as people enjoy his sultry voice and bluesy style of entertainment.
At the early age of 14, Pete began his career as a vocalist for the Mickey Barnett Band back in 1967. He sang along side people like Marvin Rainwater, Melba Montgomery, Bobby Helmes & Elton Brit and eventually started his own band in Rockland County, New York. After meeting Bobby Ace Schaffer, Pete later went on to record 3 Albums and is currently working on the fourth. His song, “Railroad Riding Mama,” was number 1 on the European Charts, for 14 straight weeks. Pete also worked with such greats as the talented, Tommy Cash, at the 2008 Chenago County Fair. In 2010, on the Joey Reynolds Show, Pete sang LIVE on the WWOR Radio Station. Hoping to touch people’s hearts with his gospel music, “Trainman Pete” continues to this day to perform in Country Gospel Concerts.
Join me for a fun half hour on PAM Time. It' ---PAM - Time!!!
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