- "Oh yeah, goin' all the way back there, that was "The Ballad of Chapped Lip Calhoun" by the late Sideways Hank O'Malley and the Alabama Bottle Boys. And you know, that was so good, I'd reckon I'll play it again."
- — The Fergus Buckner Show FM
It is the shortest station in GTA 1, but only the fifth shortest in the GTA series.
- The year of release for this song is that of GTA 1: 1997.
- Authors of the song, at the side, in superscript.
- Sideways Hank O'Malley (and The Alabama Bottle Boys) - "The Ballad of Chapped Lip Calhoun" (C.Anderson/B.Baglow)
- It is the shortest station in GTA 1, the shortest in the game series outside of those from GTA London, and the fifth shortest in the game series overall.
- The Fergus Buckner Show FM was a big factor in the explosion of popularity of the first GTA game, its exposure to the media and its word of mouth promotion. According to early GTA developer and sound executive Colin Anderson, "besides the title track I still have a particular soft spot for «The Ballad Of Chapped Lips Calhoun» because it earned us so many column inches in magazine reviews at the time for the sheer ridiculousness of including a country and western track in a computer game".