Dirty Bird

Dirty Bird

Wild Turkey is a brand of Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey distilled and bottled by the Austin Nichols division of Campari Group. The distillery is located near Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. It offers tours, and is part of the American Whiskey Trail and the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.

Read more about Dirty Bird:  History, Range, Kentucky River Fish Kill, In Popular Culture

Other articles related to "dirty bird":

Dirty Bird - In Popular Culture - Music
... Wild Turkey is mentioned in the lyrics of the song "Sober" by Muse in Ray Wylie Hubbard's 1973 hit (with Jerry Jeff Walker and others) "Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother", ZZ Top’s "Arrested For Driving While Blind", Danny Barker's version of "St ... James Infirmary Blues", the Cowboy Junkies' "Where Are You Tonight?", Justin Moore's song "Run Out of Honky Tonks", and the Dogs D'Amour song "Princess Valium" ...
George Thomas Coker - Military Service - Prisoner of War
... at a number of different POW camps in the Hanoi area, including Cu Loc, Dirty Bird, Alcatraz Grove, the Zoo, Little Vegas, and Hỏa Lò Prison (the "Hanoi Hilton") ... The two removed the hinges from their cell and escaped from Dirty Bird prison in Hanoi the night of October 12, 1967, climbed to the roof of the prison ... in irons at Hoa Lo prison before being returned to Dirty Bird a few days later ...
The Hackensaw Boys - History - "The Dirty Bird"
... from Virginia in a 1964 GMC motorcoach, nicknamed "The Dirty Bird", on the six-week Get Some Tour of "theaters, bars, street corners and alleys." The bus had been given to the group by ... The Dirty Bird lives in Charlottesville with Christian Breeden ...

Famous quotes containing the words bird and/or dirty:

    No bird soars too high, if he soars with his own wings.
    William Blake (1757–1827)

    The trouble with writing a book about yourself is that you can’t fool around. If you write about someone else, you can stretch the truth from here to Finland. If you write about yourself the slightest deviation makes you realize instantly that there may be honor among thieves, but you are just a dirty liar.
    Groucho Marx (1895–1977)