10-18-2010, 03:10 PM
1. Waylon Jennings on 'The Dukes of Hazzard.' Who do you get to narrate a story about a group of "modern day Robin Hoods" in the south? Why, you get a country singer of course. Jennings served as "The Balladeer" for seven seasons of the show (even when Bo and Luke Duke decided to leave for a little while) and he spoke with that southern charm that fit the atmosphere of the show. Of all the narrators in question, his voice is the most memorable. It helps that he also wrote and sang the theme song.