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Interview with William Duece Huellet

Interview
with William Duece Huellet
1) Question –

Why did you title this CD, “Politically Correct Redneck”?
William-
The name strictly
came from Nashville Producers who felt that this was one of my
strongest songs on the CD and it would go further with the fans. But,
in my opinion all of the songs were great like: Cowboy Up and P
arty Down
, or Gettcha Some of This. I’m just looking for
more ways to get music to the fans.
2) Question –
What are your
favorite songs on this CD?
William-
Like I said , all
the songs on this CD are great I love them all that’s why I
recorded them, each song has a great meaning and memory for me. I
hope one day the world gets to hear this cd and maybe they will love
the songs as much as I do.
3) Question –
Overall, how long
did this project take you?
William-
This album I spent
3 years on the road, going back and forth to Nashville spending time
and lots and lots of money in the studios making this CD the best.
4) Question-
The New Country
Movement has been occurring all across the world. Don’t you think?
William –
Country music is
loved worldwide. It can make you happy if you are sad, or it can make
you sad if you miss the one you love, but most of all it makes you
want to dance and have a good time. That is why I have great fans in
England, Germany, New Zealand, Denmark, Ireland, Canada, Australia,
Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Brazil.( William writes
Brasil with z , I beg your pardon, Duece. In the USA, you may be
right, but in Brasil we use an ‘s’).
5) Question –
About politics,
what are your positions….with all this crazy things that we see all
these days?
William-
My position on
politics is that I really have no positions. I hate to see it when
people or countries can’t get along, but are all the same in god’s
eyes and he loves each and every one of us the same. I just wish we
could all settle our differences in some way other than war and
bickering.
6) Question –
Now, that you know
a little about Brasil, what you can tell us you learned about our
culture? Do you think we should do things differently here?
William-
Now that I know a
little of Brasil all I can say about your country is I have met a lot
of people that were very nice to me. It was a very embracing culture.
I never tell anyone what they should do. My father was a great man
and once told me, “Clean up your own back yard before trying to
clean up someone else’s. Meaning, until I’m perfect I can tell
anyone what to do or how to run their lives
7) Question –
You have a nice
family. Do you wish you were a stay-at-home family man?
William-
I wish I could be.
I do love to stay with my family. My family means the world to me. If
I’m not working (I do work a lot, 7 days a week). But, if I’m not
working I’m at home with my family where I belong.
8) Question –
Are we in new
times for country music, or do you think it is just all the same
thing?
William-
Today’s country
music has gone to the younger generation and they have changed it
dramatically. Yesterday’s country music (just my opinion) I like a
lot better. It told stories, and made you think. Today’s country
music doesn’t have a message most of the time, it’s great to
dance to, and I have major respect for all those who have dedicated
their lives to bringing us great music. But, I’m a kind partial to
the older country music.
9) Question –
How is your
relationships with your fans? What do you think they want to know
about the redneck?
William –
My fans are
everything to me. If not for them I would not be where I am today. I
love to sing. But, if I have no one to sing to, it would not be
nearly as much fun. That is why I try to find songs that not only fit
my style and vocal abilities, but also songs that I believe my fans
will love and come to expect from me.
10) Question –
Someday, do you think you’ll take
another path in your life, or is music all you dream about?
William –
I would really
love to sing and record country music for ever and ever. But, I also
have to be able to support my family. Because once again, my family
means the most to me. So, I will sing until I can’t sing anymore.
But, I also decided to try to get into real estate as well. I have
sure to make my family is taken care of and supported financially.
Well, William Duece Huellet, a country
singer with a great brain a great heart put all his soul and heart in
this interview to us!
Thank you, Redneck….you are great!
Thanks my amigo do peito (it seems like we are true friends from the
heart).
Success to you and all your family.
Till the next time.
Dr. Ronaldo Brandão Brochado from
Campos Dos Goytacazes , Brasil for Country Music News International.

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