Bud the Spud
|"Bud the Spud"|
|Single by Stompin' Tom Connors|
|from the album Bud The Spud and Other Favourites|
|Writer(s)||Stompin' Tom Connors|
|Stompin' Tom Connors singles chronology|
"Bud the Spud" is a song by Stompin' Tom Connors released in 1969 on the album Bud The Spud and Other Favourites. The song is an account of a trucker who hauls potatoes from Prince Edward Island. The song became known through word-of-mouth as well as through radio airplay on CBC Radio. The song was made available digitally for the first time on Canada Day in 2008.
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