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You live, breathe and bleed Green and Gold...
You know football. You are a Packers Fan!

Looking for the ultimate rallying songs and background music for your
Packer Experience? "Tailgate Tunes" are the perfect Packer CDs for you!

Perfect for game day, draft day or any day, these three CDs help you celebrate the world's greatest sports franchise! Featured on ESPN, CNBC, and touted in USA Today, the music of “Tailgate Tunes” is classic. The followup, “Tailgate Tunes II,” is a great party album for any tailgate gathering or post-game bash.

You'll feel the love, because all selections were written by true Packers' fans and recorded by artists from an eight-state area. These fight songs and ballads span the spectrum from rock, country, blues, rockabilly, grunge, calypso to disco, and there's even a march! Invite over your favorite cheeseheads, add some beer and brats and crank up these CDs. No Packers' gathering is complete without 'em!

Madera Music is proud to share the joy that emanates from being a true fan of the Green Bay Packers, a one-of-a-kind football team and unique to all of professional sports!

Zoom Down to the Green& Golden Car Show

The Inaugural Green & Golden Car Show rumbles into downtown Green Bay at noon on Saturday, September 14, as over-the-top Packer fans show their colors, not in t-shirts and cheeseheads, but in burley buses, TV's, collectible cars, converted ambulances and assorted other vehicles, all tricked out in Packers green and gold.
These fans put their money where their gas tanks are! The free car show runs in the Bay Lake Parking log (formerly the Boston Store lot) abutted by Cherry, Washington and Adams streets.


The packers mobiles are so spectacular, many even have names:

There's The Big Cheese, the 1990 Thomas International School Bus that once transported Gillett school kids. But ownders Craig Lawniczak and Bruce Desotelle, both Green Bay, have turned into a mean, green tailgating machine. It has a bathroom, fireplace, three flatscreen TVs and rear and upper party decks. And on game days, it also has a replica opponent plastered on its front grill; "Oops. Did we accidentally hit him?"

The event namesake, the Green and Golden Rod, was a surprise for Green Bay organizer Chris Wood's wife, who handed over her white '89 Buick LeSabre to hubby for muffler repairs and got back an eye-popping, head-turning car she didn't recognize. Chris remembers the day a decae ago so well. "She came outside, took one look and laughed 'til she cried; literally!" he said. "But when she started it up and immediately noticed the muffler had not been fixed, she was not amused; despite my explanation that we needed to 'preserve that guttural sound to go with the new personality of the car!"

Johsh Hundsrucker, Green Bay, has a 1988 Chevy ambulance he's dubbed The Titletown Tailgate Unit. It even has it's own facebook page www.facebook.com/titletowntailgateingunit

Gary Kerkhoff of Freedom loves his Lambeau Rescue Vehicle, a 1992 Ford E-350 former ambulance that's lifesaving in different ways today. HE bought it in 2012 from the Town of Gibraltar, did a complete resoration for Packer games and tailgating, adding a green and yellow light bar and scene lights, sirens, a microwave, refrigerator, 32" LED TV, stereo with 12 speakers, 1000 watt amp and onboard Honda generator.


There are plenty of other vehicles with custom paint jobs that will make you weep with envy, like Green Bay's Tyler Meverden's 1900 Chevy Caprice with it's green metallic with gold flake paint, gold rims and gold grill. Or Walter Hacker's 1972 buick GS, yellow with green trim and flags waving at the rear. He built it himself, spending 13 years restoring it. Twenty-six years later, it's been to 32 stadiums, the GS nationals twice, and the World of Wheels twice.


Ready for some football? Not 'til you've seen some paint jobs at the Green & Golden Car Show!

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Go! You Packers Go!

This exclusive two-song CD features two completely different takes on this classic! “Go! You Packers Go!," written in 1931 by Eric Karll, is the oldest Packers fight song in existence. Curly's Curmudgeon Band plays the song as it was originally intended to be heard with a full band. Then, James Kocian provides an updated, hip musical spin on the song.

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Tailgate Tunes II

The newest, up-to-date CD featuring "Mr. Rodgers' Neighborhood" and "The Cheesehead Special." It also includes classics like “Titletown (aka Funkytown),” “Lambeau Leap,” “Scatter My Ashes,” and “Ballad of the Green Bay Pack.”

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Tailgate Tunes

The definitive collection of songs about the Green Bay Packers! Includes favorites “The Pack is Back,” “Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys,” “We Go Green Bay,” “Bring the Title Home,” and of course, “The Bears Still Suck.”

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Still need more convincing?

It’s been over ten years since The Library of Congress officially welcomed a collection of nearly 50 Packers songs into their extensive music collection archives. At the time, a spokesperson for the Library noted the diversity of the songs representing “all genres” and pointed out the music is a way of expressing community.

“We are, after all, in the business of documenting ways in which people identify themselves as members of various groups,” she said, adding that if Packers fans didn’t constitute a group, she didn’t know who did! 

It was then that Packers music and the people who compose it finally got some long overdue respect. While some had tended to roll their eyes upon hearing yet another Packers parody up to that point (or “looney tune”, as a few irreverently put it), people began to sit up and take notice after the music made “the hit parade at The Library of Congress,” as one Green Bay newspaper noted at the time.

This collection of Packers music demonstrates the aforementioned diversity in spades. It includes rock, country, blues, rockabilly, grunge, a march and even a calypso number with some blending and crossover of genres. Fans can find out more about how the songs originated with the included 8-page full color CD booklet.