Upon first glance some might make the mistake that Jerry Wayne is just another country boy with a flair for storytelling, however less then two minutes into his stage performance and you will realize that this is not the case with "Jay Dubya". Jerry Wayne isn't a typical Blue Collar comedian, his sidesplitting, immensely playful brand of comedy goes way beyond the norm. He's visceral, he's gritty, he's irreverent, he's thoroughly unadulterated and unreconstructed. He makes no apologies, takes no prisoners and revels in his political incorrectness. In the outlandish yarns and off-color anecdotes he spins there are few sacred subjects, from a strict Pentecostal upbringing to a wanderer's life including being a prison guard and a Nuclear plant inspector.