Piledriver: The Wrestling Album II is an album released by the WWE (then known as the World Wrestling Federation, or WWF) in 1987. It featured actual vocal performances from several of the wrestlers themselves. The original vinyl LP release of Piledriver featured a head shot of Hulk Hogan wearing a construction hard hat on the front cover
Koko B. Ware’s official WWE Hall of Fame profile, featuring bio, exclusive videos, photos, career highlights, classic moments and more! . He sang so well, in fact, that when WWE released its second album in fall 1987, entitled Piledriver, Koko himself crooned the title track and had a cameo wrestling appearance in the video that was released in support of the album. Multi-talented and multi-dimensional, "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware flapped his way into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2009. Koko B. Ware: Latest News.
Koko B. Ware added the handle "Birdman," brought a colorful macaw named Frankie with him and got over for his singing on the Piledriver album. As campy as the gimmick was, Ware was able to shine brightly despite his clipped wings for a few years. Eventually he was put into the curtain-jerker status and put over incoming talent. After a fight with an agent, Koko was let go and became a regular on the independent scene throughout the 1990s and even works here-and-there into his fifties.
James Ware (June 20, 1957), better known by his ring name Koko B. Ware, is a semi-retired American professional wrestler who made his professional wrestling debut in 1978. He gained most of his popularity in the World Wrestling Federation when he was known as the Birdman. Ware came to the ring with a blue-and-yellow macaw parrot named Frankie, and would flap his arms like a bird while dancing before and after his matches.
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Written By – M. McDonnellWritten-By – J. Johnston. The Wrestling Album II: Piledriver (Cass, Album).
Koko B Ware on Piledriver Album, Wrestlemania 3 & more! WWE Hall of Famer and former Great North Wrestling Competitor Koko B Ware talks to The Hannibal. Slick 1987 - "Jive Soul Bro" WWE Entrance D. Dragon Ball Z Custom Intro - WWE RAW Theme Song - To Be Loved by Papa RoachTyler Piledriver. Custom DBZ intro with WWE RAW Theme Song To Be Loved by Papa Roach
Here it is, Piledriver by Koko B. Ware: Ah, the days when it seemed like professional wrestlers were recording singles every other week. Either way, we got to watch some videos of Koko B. Ware doing the Bird, and I mentioned Sgt. Slaughter’s rock album, so this was totally worth it, right? Right? Written by Dodo M. Ware. B. Ware Hart Energy videos .
- Published By – Stephanie Music
- Executive-Producer, Co-producer – David Wolff
- Producer – Rick Derringer
NotesSame song on both sides.
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