Josh Mlnarik is a full-fledged Husker fan and a pretty talented country music singer as well. That's why it only makes sense that this Clearwater, Nebraska native has melodically brought the worlds of two of his favorite people together... Ndamukong Suh and Johnny Cash.
Josh calls his new hit song 'A Man Named Suh.
Josh spent most of the 90's singing in his family band called 'Full Chock.' After a decade of touring the state, they called it quits in 2001. But every now and then Josh needs to scratch the itch. Along with his older brothers Dan and Dave and their friend John Lundgren, Full Choke reunited just before the Big 12 Championship game to record their ode to the pride of all Nebraska. Josh says, "I'm an alumni, I'm proud that I went to the University of Nebraska, I've always supported the football team, that was in there, the love of Johnny Cash and everything he did, there were a lot of things going there that all kind of clicked to make that happen I guess."
Josh says the lyrics just naturally came to him, "I tried to stay true to the song. The song is long, it's the exact same length as the original.
You can hear the song on many radio stations from one end of the state to the other and Josh admits, "I'm very humbled by the response it's got."
Because of the stipulations concerning Suh's eligibility, Full Choke has made a point not to sell the song before the Holiday Bowl on December 30th.
The entire parody can be heard by clinging in the FULL SONG icon.