Luke Pinkelman’s “Get Your Diesel Runnin'” jingle has been on radio in Nebraska for nearly 2 years.
He plays the entire lyric followed by a 25 second marketing message. In Luke’s words: “When I’m on the air, business stays strong. When I go off, it declines.”
So, during hot weather what can Terry Loder Creative do? How about this? It’s called “Hot Hot Hot”.
COLORADO SPRINGS KEEPS TRUCKIN’
Eddie and Holly Lawrence wanted their Mobile Transport Repair jingle to jump out at their customers, whether it was on the MTR telephone hold program we were going to produce or, what the heck, on the radio and their web site too.
They caught Terry’s presentation a couple of years ago and though we kept trying to get hooked up, it took until this year to make “From Here to There”
Eddie said: “ What about a fast talking track like Convoy?”
Terry responded with a Smokey and the Bandit style track complete with Johnny Cash style story teller and the world’s fastest banjo picker, Johnny Butten. The result is a hot licks track with Jerry Reed style guitar from Chris Noth and rat a tat drums by Dave Hughes.
Jeff Loder tracked the bass and engineered the 60 seconds and a cloud of dust marketing composition. MTR customers will be hearing it on the phone, radio and web site any second now. Hope you like it.
THE QUAD CITIES’ PROLIFIC JINGLE MAKER
When you hear Courtesy Car City’s familiar “Whatever it Takes, We’ll Do it!” or “The Great Mississippi Valley Fair” you may sing right along with; “See ya there!” (it’s not actually part of the original recording).
The same goes for Rock Valley Physical Therapy, – Making Better Lives, Mel Foster – Making it Happen and Key Auto Mall’s We’re the Best of em All. There are a couple hundred others. Too many to list here.
These musical memes have a common thread; Terry Loder.
If you’re like most Quad Citizens, you never knew all these musical signatures were the work of a local music maker. The list is much too long to list here. But the most common reaction to their local roots is “Man, I thought those were made in Chicago, New York, Minneapolis or LA.” Nope: Terry is QCA all the way.
You can hear his work for Arnold Motor Supply – We Keep You Movin, US Adventure RV – Runnin’ Free; Monson Truck & Trailer – Let Monson Get You Runnin’, Tempo Marine and Sport – We’re All About Fun and many more.
You’ll find more of Terry’s most recent local and national productions under Jingles on this web site. Stronger branding is our goal. Especially the musical ones you can’t get out of your head.