A staple of Friday nights on Radio 104 with Kevin The Afternoon Guy and other stations throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts, the Jager song quickly became the weekend drinking anthem of the 1990s and Lee Totten became better known as "The Jager Guy." Originally written by Frank Chase, Lee's version of the Jager Song added multiple versus of true stories of Jagermeister drinking adventures, rambling stories, and much much more. Whether performing at festivals in front of 30,000 fans, bars or even Borders book stores, every time the song was played, the Jager was sure to flow, and more stories were sure to follow.
Like that one time when Heem and the rest of the Drunks.com team showed up and proceeded to... actually, we're not sure we can tell that story. But "Thank you Jagermeister" indeed.