$150. That's all it took for Dale to try and trademark the phrase "The Country Music Superstar." Passive income is where it's at. Every time Luke Bryan, Loretta Lynn, Jessica Simpson, or Hootie attached the phrase "The Country Music Superstar" to their name, Dale gets some cash.
Or so he thought.
Turns out there aren't many confident country singers these days, cause no one calls themselves "The Country Music Superstar” anymore, so Dale decided he'd do it himself.
He's bringing back the moniker all by his lonesome (with an occasional hand from his world renowned backing band, The Long Con). Whether you like it or not, Dale Hollow puts his money where his mouth is, by being the last true Country Music Superstar in a world of wannabees.