Swing & Country

Don McLaren Moggy and Henry Kathy and Wayne Mike McLaren
Don McLaren Moggy & Henry Kathy & Wayne Mike McLaren
  • 1st Saturday - Don McLaren - Local artists and eclectic Swing, Western & Old Country
  • 2nd Saturday - Henry & Moggy  - Old Country & Swing
  • 3rd Saturday - Wayne and Kathy - Variety of Country, Western, Western Swing, Country Folk, Country Blues, Bluegrass, Rockabilly and Americana Music
  • 4th Saturday - Mike McLaren - Classic Country
  • 5th Saturday - Henry & Moggy - Old Country & Swing

Episode Archive

Swing & Country on 09/13/14

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Sat, 09/13/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 09/06/14

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Sat, 09/06/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 08/30/14

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Sat, 08/30/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 08/23/14

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Sat, 08/23/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 08/16/14

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Sat, 08/16/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 08/09/14

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Sat, 08/09/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 08/02/14

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Sat, 08/02/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 07/26/14

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Sat, 07/26/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country for July 19

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Sat, 07/19/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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The Music of Gene Autry Series continues on 'Swing & Country'

A summer feature on the music of Gene Autry continues with part 3 of a four part series. KBOO listener and supporter Michael joins us to share recordings from his collection and commentary on Autry. The segment will begin at 8:00 AM and will be preceded and followed by the usual mix of country, alternative country, western, western swing, rockabilly, bluegrass and Americana music.

Swing & Country on 07/12/14

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Sat, 07/12/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Audio

Suzy Bogguss Featured On 'Swing & Country'

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Sat, 02/15/2014
Suzy Bogguss was the featured artist and guest on this edition of 'Swing & Country' which aired on February 15, 2014. Her most recent album 'Lucky' had been released on the 4th of February and she had a live performance scheduled for February 20 at the Alberta Rose Theatre. Wayne and Kathy did a pre-recorded interview with Suzy Bogguss.

[Cindy Cashdollar Retrospective]

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Swing & Country
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Sat, 04/21/2012

In January of 2012 at the River City Music Festival Wayne & Kathy met with dobro and non-pedal steel guitar player Cindy Cashdollar for a recorded interview. The result was a retrospective of Cashdollar's career in music which originally aired in April of 2012 on 'Swing & Country'.

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Wayne & Kathy Host "The Noontime Jamboree" 3/26/12 & Welcome "Rosie And The Ramblers"

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Swing & Country
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Mon, 03/26/2012

 "Rosie And The Ramblers", a young trio from Austin, Texas were passing through Portland on Monday March 26 and stopped in at the KBOO Studios. They performed a four song set on the The Noontime Jamboree".  Rosie proved to us that she's got the vocal chops. Take a listen and see what you think. For more on "Rosie And The Ramblers" go to www.rosieandtheramblers.com.

 

Wayne & Kathy Host "The Noontime Jamboree" 3/26/12 & Welcome Keeter Stuart

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Swing & Country
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Mon, 03/26/2012

Keeter  Stuart has been performing his brand of Country & Western Music for a number of years in the Portland area. The work he is most noted for are his renditions of songs by his great uncle Stan Jones (Ghost Riders In The Sky, Cowpoke, The Searchers ) and songs he has penned himself, many of which are extensions of his great uncle's songwriting. Keeter joined us on "The Noontime Jamboree" to discuss, play cuts from CD's and perform song's from his body of work. For more on Keeter Stuart go to http://keeterstuart.com.

 

Live Performance On "Swing & Country" for St. Patrick's Day

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Sat, 03/17/2012

 On the March 17 installment of "Swing & Country", Wayne & Kathy hosted a live performance in Studio One at KBOO. The featured artist was singer-songwriter Dan Weber who was joined by the talented guitarist, Jerry Towell. Dan sang some songs off his recently released CD "Ash And Bone". two covers and one of his most recently written songs. www.danwebermusic.com

The talented duo "Henry & Moggy, KBOO Dj,s, warmed up the live audience of 25-30 with a set of their old-time music.

A Look At The Memoir "Chinaberry Sidewalks" With Author Rodney Crowell

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Swing & Country
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Thu, 03/15/2012

 

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 Between the Covers
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 Thu, 03/15/2012 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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 A Look At The Memoir "Chinaberry Sidewalks" With Author Rodney Crowell

The memoir "Chinaberry Sidewalks" debuted in early 2011. It was the first venture into the world of prose for "Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame" member and performing artist Rodney Crowell. Crowell also provided the reading for the audiobook of his memoir. He won an award for his efforts. "Chinaberry Sidewalks" is now due to come out in paperback on March 13.

Wayne and Kathy, from the "Swing & Country" dj collective conduct this interview with Rodney Crowell. Crowell reads and comments on chosen passages and answers questions by the two hosts.

Rodney Crowell Featured Prior To "The Chinaberry Sidewalks Tour" Date In Portland

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Sat, 01/15/2011

 Rodney Crowell was the featured artist on "Swing & Country", which aired January 15, 2011 on KBOO 90.7 FM. Crowell's memoir entitled "Chinaberry Sidewalks" was due to come out just prior to his appearance at Portland's "Aladdin Theater" on Wednesday, February 9. The following audio is the last 40 minutes of that program in which we focused on the music that Rodney Crowell has produced since 2001. Along with the songs are excerpts from a taped interview we had with Rodney and joining us live in the air room was Portland native and Rodney's bass player for the past ten years, Denny Bixby. For more information on Rodney Crowell's music or his memoir "Chinaberry Sidewalks" go to his website www.rodneycrowell.com.

Open Mic Live on Swingin' Country

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Fri, 12/28/2007

 Bill Stites, King Nik, The Touch of Soul, and Henry and Moggy perform live during the 5th Saturday Open Mic on the "Swingin' Country"program.

Playlists

Swing & Country playlist for 01/16/2010

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Swing & Country
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01/16/2010

 How Do You Do - Jenette & Joe Carter

A Fooler Or A Faker - Hank Thompson
I Dreamed About Mama Last Night - Johnny Cash
My Last Go Round - Gretchen Peters/Tom Russell
There Stands The Glass - Webb Pierce
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Rachael - Jim Ringer
Who'll Buy The Wine - Merle Haggard
Sally Goodin' - Bob Wills
Diggy Liggy Lo - Doug & Rusty Kershaw
Beaumont Rag - Oscar & Doc Harper
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Love's Ring Of Fire - Anita Carter
Just One Time - Dick Curless
All The Time In Airports - The Handsome Family
Texahoma Boogie - Charlie Linville
Free Soul - Johnny Bush
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Little Pete - Dillards
Calico Girlfriend - Michael Nesmith
Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes - k.d. lang
Invitation To The Blues - Ray Price
You're Bound To Look Like A Monkey - Milton Brown
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Anytime - Eddy Arnold
Hello Love - Hank Snow
Stealin' Corn - The Strangers
Lovesick Blues - Leon Redbone
The Devil With The Devil - The Redstick Ramblers
Merle's Boogie Woogie - Merle Travis
Snowin' On Raton - Robert Earl Keen
I'm Gonna Take You Home (And Make You Like Me) - Robbie & Donna Fulks
Homeless - Guy Clark
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Make The Waterwheel Roll - Carl Smith
Move It On Over - Hank Williams
Hubbin' It  - Bob Wills
Mr. And Mrs. Used To Be - Loretta Lynn/Ernest Tubb
Frankie's Man Johnny - Johnny Cash
Passionate Kisses - Lucinda Williams
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I Wanna Be Hugged To Death By You - Hawkshaw Hawkins
Miles & Miles Of Texas - Asleep At The Wheel
Hello Trouble - Shorty & The Mustangs
Right Or Wrong - Buck Pizzarelli & Rebeca Kilgore
Who's Gonna Feed Them Hogs - Tom T Hall
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Louisiana Woman Mississippi Man - Loretta Lynn/Conway Twitty  (by Request)
Ballad Of Stringbean & Estelle - Sam Bush
Free Little Bird - Stringbean
Blues For Dixie - Bob Wills  (by request)
Me And Paul - Willie Nelson
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Rusty Old Halo - Hoyt Axton
Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age - Red Foley/Ernest Tubb
Let’s Pretend - The Sons Of The Pioneers
Galloping On The Guitar - Chet Atkins
Second Fiddle - Buck Owens
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Blue Blue Day - Don Gibson
The Things I Might Have Been - Kitty Wells
Exactly Like You - The Hot Club Of Cowtown
Talkin' `Bout You - Hank Penny
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You Stole My Wife You Horsethief - Riders In The Sky
Just Because - Judy Canova
What's The Matter With Deep Elem - Moon Mullican
Five Miles Of Ellum Wood - Foghorn String Band
Sittin' On Top Of The World - Bob Wills
Devil's Dream - The Cherokee Cowboys

Swing & Country playlist for 01/09/2010

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01/09/2010

 Sweet Georgia Brown - Ricky Skaggs

A Broken Heart & A Glass of Beer - Hank Thompson
If It Ain't On the Menu - Hawkshaw Hawkins
Birmingham Bounce - Red Foley
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Hey Joe - Carl Smith
Music Makin' Mama From Memphis - Hank Snow
Mississippi Delta Blues - Jimmy Rogers
Playboy Chimes - Bob Wills
Maiden's Prayer - Eldon Shamblin
Legend In My Time - Don Gibson
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King Of THe Blues - Chris Gaffney
You, You Darlin' - Herb Jeffries w/ the Mills Brothers
Ridin' Down the Canyon - Retta Christy
You're Gonna Change or I'm Gonna Leave - Red Knuckles & the Trailblazers
There's a Tear In My Beer - Big Bill Lister
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Rhodes-Bud Boogie - The Texas Troubadours
When The Bloom Is On The Sage - The Hot Club Of Cowtown
My Home Ain't In The Hall Of Fame - Robert Earl Keen
They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore - Loretta Lynn
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Tequila Sheila - Bobby Bare
Jazzing - Flatt & Scruggs
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There Will Never Be Another You - Joe Venutti/Eldon Shamblin/Curly Chalker/Jethro Burns
Across the Alley From the Alamo - The Time Jumpers
Blue Gypsy - Chet Atkins
My Worst Is Yet To Come - Teddy Thompson
Concerning Your New Song - Johnny Cash
Reincarnation - Roger Miller
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That Song Is Driving Me Crazy - Tom T Hall
Black Coffee - k.d. lang
The Ballad Of Spider John - Sam Bush
New Road Under My Wheels - Buddy Emmons
I've Got A Tiger By The Tail - Ray Charles
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A Friend Like Me - Roy Book Binder
I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You - Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies
Happy Trails - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
Red Eye - Lloyd Green
Crazy - Ray Price
Right Or Wrong - Willie Nelson & Asleep At The Wheel
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Wild Turkey - Lacy J Dalton
Leather Britches - Ralph Blizard And The New Southern Ramblers
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Pins And Needles - Bonnie Owens
Rock City Boogie - Billy Jack Willis
Take Me To The Land Of Jazz - Lowe Stoke
The Real Mr Heartache - Johnny Paycheck
Mexican Rose - The Strangers
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North To Alaska - Johnny Horton
Over In The Glory Land - Brown's Ferry Four
Saginaw Michigan - Lefty Frizzell  (by Request)
He Will Set Your Fields on Fire - Kitty Wells  (by request)
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I've Got A Secret - Hacienda Brothers
Cowboy Lloyd Cross - Dale Watson
Old Fashioned Singin'- George Jones & Tasmmy Wynette
Black Sheep _ John Anderson
Drivin' Wheel - T Bone Burnett
Get Yourself A Red Head - Hank Penny
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Gonna' Break Every Heart I Can - Merle Haggard
Semi Truck - Bill Kirchen
Tennessee Bird Walk - Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
Yes Sir That's My Baby - Roy Acuff
Fatal Wedding - Red Headed Fiddlers

Swing & Country playlist for 01/02/2010

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01/02/2010
ArtistTitle
Tommy JacksonBitter Creek Breakdown
Kitty WellsHow Can I Believe in You
Roy DruskyMust it Be Me
Bill AndersonFlowing Waters & Shifting Sands
Tom Paul GlaserWords Come Easy
Jimmy C NewmanJust One More Night
Ernest TubbIt Happehed When I Really Needed You
Patsy ClineLovin In Vain
Bill MonroeThinking About You
Billy GrammerLivin On Love
Wilburn Bros.Which One Will It Be
Roy AcuffI Like Mt. Music
Tommy JacksonFiddlers Dream
Merle HaggardFiddle Breakdown
Merle HaggardRainbow Stew
T G SheppardLast Cheaters Waltz
Barbara FairchildTeddy Bear Song
Leroy VanDykeWalk On By
Billy Jack SauciarDevils Dream
Jimmy FauthereaMoving On
Jimmy HeapCarbon Copy
Ramona ReedIf I Could Only Learn To Yodel
Tom T HallThe Year Clayton Delaney Died
June CarterWildwood Flower
Johnny CashIt Aint Me Babe
Johnny CashBallad of a Teenage Queen
Con HunleyOh Girl
Tammy WynetteStand By Your Man
Jody NixTexas Fiddle Man
Jody NixDeep Water

 

Swing & Country playlist for 01/02/2010

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01/02/2010
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Shoji TabuchiBlack Mt. Rag
Shoji TabuchiMedley Bob Wills & Hank Williams
Wylie & The Wild WestWhoop Up Trail
Wylie & The Wild WestYodeling Cowhand
Bob WillsSnap Your Fingers
Bob WillsFaded Love
Hank ThompsonBeautiful Texas
Hank ThompsonWill We Start It All Over Again
Jim ReevesMexican Joe, Yonder Comes A Sucker
Buck OwensGood Ol Mt. Dew
Buck OwensNugget Lament
Sonny JamesI'll Never Find Another You
BaldknobbersFoggy Mt. Breakdown
BaldknobbersBoogie Grass Band
BaldknobbersTired Of Living
Willie Nelson & Kimmie RhodesJust One Love
Waylon JenningsJust Watch Your Mama and Me
Willie And Kimmie RhodesOn The Road Again
Joe El SounierSo Long Baby Goodbye
Ferlin HuskyI Feel Better All Over
Don EdwardsBack In The Saadle Again
Don EdwardsThat Silver Haired Daddy of Mine
Don EdwardsRidin' Down The Canyon
Nashville Super PickersOrange Blossom Special

 

Swing & Country playlist for 12/26/2009

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12/26/2009

With only 5 days to get ready for drinking to excess on New Years Eve I'll do three hours of songs about the joys of alcohol and the imbibing thereof.

01 Booze It - Ray Campi
02 Drink Canada Dry - Bobby Barnett
03 Drink, Drink, Drink - Dale Watson
04 Drinkin' Scotch - Gene Simmons
05 Drinking Tequila - Jim Reeves
06 Happy Birthday Jack Daniels - BR-549
07 Jack Daniel's, If You Please - David Allan Coe
08 Man From Tennessee - Burt Lynch
09 One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Casey Sisters
10 You Can't lose When You Choose Booze - Sophia Wolff & The Cubs
11 D-R-U-N-K - David Allen Coe
12 Here's To Good Old Whiskey - Frank Novak & His Rootin' Tootin' Cowboys
13 Pass the Booze - Ernest Tubb
14 The Lord Loves The Drinkin' Man - Mark Chesnutt
15 Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday On Saturday Night - Texas Jim Lewis
16 Whiskey, Women And Wild Living - Tommy W. Pedigo
17 Whisky Walzer - Willie Nelson (German)
18 Copper Kettle - Country Gentlemen
19 Franklin Country Moonshine - Jean Shepard
20 Moonshine - Cecil Moore & The Kings Of Rhythm
21 Moonshine Still - Jack Holt
22 Mountain Dew - Willie Nelson & Kris Kristofferson (Live)
23 The Moon Still Shines On The Moonshine Still - Judy Perkins
24 Oklahoma Home Brew - Hank Thompson
25 Home Brew Boogie - Big Jeff (1949)
26 White Lightning Hit The Family Tree - Chris Young
27 White Lightning - Billy Hix & his Georgia Stompers
28 White Lightning - George Jones
29 White Lightning Strikes - Pine Mountain Railroad
30 White Lightning And Bourbon Blues - Kenneth Swanstrom
31 Ballad Of Thunder Road - Mark Collie
32 White Lightin' Express - Roy Drusky
33 Let The Cocaine Be - Doc & Merle Watson
34 Weed With Willie - Toby Keith
35 No No Song - Hoyt Axton
36 Thunderbird Will Do Just Fine - Eleven Hundred Springs
37 Bottle Of Wine - Jimmy Gilmer
38 Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Sid King & The Five Strings
39 Wino Boogie - Bill Nettles & His Dixie Blue Boys
40 Warm Red Wine - Bob Atcher & Bonnie Blue Eyes (1949)
41 Wine, Wine, Wine - Gene Summers
42 Wine, Women & Song - Al Dexter
43 Wine, Women & Pink Elephants - Ramblin Jimmie Dolan
44 Have Some Medeira M' Dear - Limeliters
45 Beer Is Good For You - David Allen Coe
46 Red Hot Women And Ice Cold Beer - New Riders  Of The Purple Sage
47 Give Me A Red Hot Mama And An Ice Cold Beer - Smiley Maxedon
48 Beer Bottle Mama - Andy Reynolds And His 101 Ranch Boys
49 Seven Beers With The Wrong Woman - Becky & The Ivanhoes
50 She's Looking Better Every Beer - New Riders  Of The Purple Sage
51 She's Lookin' Better By the Minute - Jay Lee Webb
52 The Beer Song - Doug Moreland
53 I Like Beer - Tom T. Hall
54 Industrial Strength Tranquilizer - Austin Lounge Lizards
56 Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer - Bob Williams
57 Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer - Johnny Russell
58 Lone Star Beer And Bob Wills Music - Red Steagall
59 Flop Top Beer - Buddy Meredith
60 Beer Drinkin Blues - Rocky Bill Ford
61 Four Scores and Seven Beers Ago - Doug Supernaw and Herschel Walker
62 I'll Just Have One Beer - Austin Lounge Lizards
63 A Six Pack To Go - Hank Thompson
64 In Heaven There Is No Beer - John Hartford & The Soggy Bottom Boys
65 Nocturnal Stumblebutt - Loudon Wainwright III

Swing & Country playlist for 12/19/2009

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12/19/2009

 How Do You Do – Jenette and Joe Carter

Honky Tonk Man – Johnny Horton
Hallelujah – Reel Time Travelers
Blue Christmas – Ernest Tubb
A Church, a Courtroom and then Goodbye – Patsy Cline
You’ve Been a Friend to Me – Cliff Perry & Laurel Bliss  *1
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The Devil Made Texas – Hermes Nye  *2
Ghost Riders In the Sky – Keeter Stuart
Shotgun Shells On a Christmas Tree – Robin & Linda Williams  *3
Sittin On Top of the World – Hillbilly Jazz
Gals Don’t Mean a Thing – T Texas Tyler
She’s a Rounder – The Sunshine Boys
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Corrinna, Corrina – Jerry Lee Lewis
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear – Jesse Mc Reynolds
Girl On The Billboard – Del Reeves (by request)
Silver Threads and Gold Needles – Wanda Jackson
Picking Wild Flowers – Stoney Edwards
Sleeping Lulu – The Stairwell Sisters
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Alexanders Rag Time Band – Bob Wills
Streets of Baltimore – Little Willies
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Coney Island Washboard – Swift Jewel Cowboys
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies – Woody Phillips  *4
Too Dumb for New York City – Waylon Jennings
Crazy Cause I Love You – Spade Cooley
Catfish, Take a Look at That Worm - Smiley Burnett
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I Guess That Comes From Being Poor – Norma Jean
Blue Side of Lonesome – Jim Reeves
Cold Frosty Morning/Growlin Old Man, Growing Old Woman – Audrey Atwater & Elwood Donnely
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Just Someone I Used to Know – Porter Wagner & Dolly Parton
Rise Up Shepherd and Follow – Odetta
Crying Time – Buck Owens
Carbolic Rag – Scottdale String Band
I’ll Hold You in My Heart – Dick Curless
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I Was Country – Ernie Smith  *5
Pretty Paper – Willie Nelson
Thank Heavens for Dale Evans – Dixie Chicks
Christmas Time’s a Comin’ – Emmylou Harris (by request)
Christmas in Prison - John Prine (by request)
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Joshua Fought the Battle of Jerico – Paul Robeson (by request)  *6
We Wish You a Merry Christmas – David Grisman
Here Comes Santa Claus – The Original Texas Playboys w/ Leon Rausch  *7
Christmas as I Knew It – Johnny Cash
God Will – Lyle Lovett
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There’s No Place Like Home For the Holidays – Leon Redbone
Hot Buttered Rum – Red Clay Ramblers
Nashville Cats – Lovin Spoonful
Drum Test – Bob Wills
Compadres Of the Old Sierra Madre – Riders In the Sky
Gramma’s Homemade Christmas Card – Meryle Haggard
What’s Wrong with Right – Hacienda Brothers
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Jersey Bounce – Don Walser
I Saw Momma Kissing Santa Claus – Original Playboys w/ Leon Raush
I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know – Davis Sisters
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Old Toy Trains – Robin & Linda Williams  *8
Empty Chaair at the Christmas Table -  Bob Wills
Waltz Me Once More Around the Dance Floor – KD Lang
Flat Lonesome – Rob Ickes
 
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*1 A great sentiment for anyone's holiday.
 
*2 a perfect antidote for the halcyon view of the noble cowboy & his surroundings. It sounds like this guy lived there, at least for part of his life.
 
*3 If shotgun shells are part of your holiday decorations we recommend you keep them well away from open flames.
 
*4 Great name for someone who makes music with common everyday tools found around the wood shop. Just your basic antique hand drill, hammer, anvil, T square, framing square, level, table saw, power hand drill & drill press. I sent away for the music & got blueprints.
 
*5 This song was loaned me by Ben the DJ for the reggae program Ital Vibes. On occasion he guest hosts on of the shows before we come on. When he does he always transitions from the harder core reggae towards something with a more country vibe. He says this is no problem because a lot of the reggae singers really like country & that country is, or was, very big in Jamaica. So this song says what I just did with a beat & a groove. Thanks Ben.
 
*6 A father called in & said his 4 year old had been walking around singing "and the walls came tumbling down" for the past couple days. Could we play the rest of the song. Moggy found this version of Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho.
 
*7 We love these guys versions of Christmas songs. They are the original & still champions on our book
 
*8 A Roger Miller christmas song that we forgot about till the lsat minute.

Swing & Country playlist for 12/12/2009

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Swing & Country
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12/12/2009

 Sweet Georgia Brown – Ricky Scaggs

Walk Through This World With Me – George Jones
Humdinger – Farmer Boys
Della and the Dealer – Hoyt Axton
Night Life – The Little Willies
Empty Chair at the Christmas Table – Bob Wills  (by Request)
Wishful Thinking – Wynn Stewart
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Hello Love – Hank Snow  (by request)
New Trucker’s Café – Great Speckled Bird  (by request)
I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Wrong – Teddy Thompson
I Never Go Around Mirrors – Dick Curliss
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I Wouldn’t Take Her to a Dog Fight – Charlie Walker
Wabash Blues – Ocie Stockard
I’m a Ramblin’ Man – Waylen Jennings
Truck Driving Woman – Norma Jean
I’ve Got Rhythm – Oscar Aleman
Rhythm Is Our Business - Roy Newman
Heartaches By the Number – Ray Price
Blue Christmas – Merle Haggard
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Old Man Noll – New Riders of the Purple Sage
Lonesome 77203 – Hawkshaw Hawkins
Birth of the Blues – Chet Atkins
Bottle Baby Boogie – Buddy Emmons
Mr Cottom Picker – Billie Jack Wills
Movin’ On – Ray Charles
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Girl on a Billboard – Del Reeves  (by request)
Dance Little Jean – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
I Love the Sound of a Whistle – Boxcar Willie
Remember the Poor Tramp Has to Live – Patsy, Donna and Roni Stoneman  *1
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Swinging Around the Christmas Tree – Bob Wills Original Playboys – Leon Rausch – vocals
Blue Kentucky Girl – Loretta Lynn
Tchavalo Spring – Hot Club of Cowtown
Oklahoma Hills – Jack Guthrie  *2
Harper Valley PTA – Jeannie C Riley
Merry Christmas From the Family – Robert Earl Keene
Alabam – Cowboy Copas
It’s Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line – Waylon Jennings  (by request)
Things to You – Skeeter Davis and NRBQ  *3
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I’ll Be Home for Christmas – Original Texas Playboys w/ Joe Ferguson on vocal
Fool on the Roof – Guy Clark
Let’s Make a Baby King – New Glass Revival  (by request)
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River Boat Shuffle – Junior Brown
Burning Memories – The Time Jumpers w/ Hoot Hester on vocals
Here Comes Santa Claus – Gene Autry
Dublin Blues – Guy Clark  (by request)
Black Hawk Waltz – Vassar Clemmons
That White Christmas Song – Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers
Choo Choo Cha Boogie – Louis Jordan
Cheetham Country Breakdown – Fiddlin Arthur Smith
White Christmas – The Original Play Boys – Leon Rausch
Winter Wonderland – Leon Redbone
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The Flower Carol – David Grisman
Rovin Gambler – Floating Glass Balls
Takin It Home – Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
Winter Wonderland – David Grisman
 
/// NOTES ///
 
*1 It's cold outside. Please remember our sisters & brothers on the street.
 
*2 Brother of Woody who co-wrote this song.
 
*3 That more is less guitar break by Al Anderson is worth the price of the record.

Swing & Country playlist for 11/28/2009

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Swing & Country
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11/28/2009

1. How Can We Thank Him For What He Has Done - The Stanley Brothers
2. I Thank You - Lionel Rose
3. I Thank You Mr Moon - Tom Dickie's Showboys
4. I'll Thank You All My Life - Jean Shepard
5. In All Thanks Give Thanks - Freddy Fender
6. Thank You For Your Love - Lanny Duncan
7. Mother I Thank You (For The Bible You Gave) - Hank Snow
8. Now Be Thankfull - Fairport Convention
9. Thank God - Hank Williams
10. Thank God And Greyhound - Roy Clark
11. Thank God For Everything - Uncle Dave Macon
12. Thank God for Kentucky - Bill Monroe
13. Thank God For My Christian Home - Louvin Brothers
14. Thank God For The Radio - Dixie Aces
15. Thank God for Victory in Korea - Jimmie Osborne
16. Thank God I'll Be No Stranger - Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie
17. Thank God I'm A Country Boy - John Denver
18. Thank God I'm A Country Gal  - Concrete Cowboy Band
19. Thank God I'm an Easy Girl - Lurlene The Trailer Court Queen
20. Thank God I'm on My Way - Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs
21. Thank God You're Gone - Sammy Kershaw
22. Thank Heaven For Little Girls - Merle Haggard
23. Thank The Day - New Riders Of The Purple Sage
24. Thank You - Tex Ritter
25. Thank You Call Again - Chuck Wayne
26. Thank You Dear Lord - Webb Pierce
27. Thank You For Calling - Billy Walker (1954 version)
28. Thank You For Keeping My House - Merle Haggard
29. Thank You For Thinking Of Me - Hawkshaw Hawkins 1953
30. Thank You Girl - Jerry Reed
31. Thank You Just The Same - Jean Shepard
32. Thank You Lord - Glenn Yarbrough & The Limeliters
33. Thank You Mr. Moon - W Lee O'Daniel & His Hillbilly Boys
34. Thank You World - Statler Brothers
35. Thank You, Lord - Hoyt Axton
36. Thank You, Old Flag Of Mine - Boxcar Willie And Guests
37. Thankful - Louvin Brothers
38. Thankful And Thankful Again - Shelton Brothers
39. Thankful For Your Love - Stonewall Jackson (1966)
40. Thanking The Good Lord - Merle Haggard
41. Thanks - Waylon Jennings (1972)
42. Thanks A Lot - Ernest Tubb
43. Thanks A Lot - Johnny Cash
44. Thanks Again - Ricky Skaggs
45. Thanks For All The Yesterdays - The Osborne Brothers
46. Thanks For Breaking My Heart - Moot Davis
47. Thanks For Reading My Mind - Anita Cochran
48. Thanks For The Buggy Ride - Dinning Sisters
49. Thanks For The Dream - Jimmy Dean
50. Thanks For The Heartaches - Elton Britt
51. Thanks For Your Letter - Bob Wills
52. Thanks Mr Postman - Bobby King
53. Thanks To The Cathouse (I'm In The Doghouse With You) - Johnny Paycheck
54. Thanks To Uncle John - Merle Haggard
55. Thanks to You - Johnny Cash
56. Thanksgiving - Loudon Wainwright III
57. Thanksgiving Day Argument - Waddie Mitchell
58. This Is The Thanks I Get (For Loving You) - Eddy Arnold
59. We Thank Thee - Jim Reeves
60. Wham! Bam! Thank You Ma'am! - Hank Penny
61. Don't Give Me No Goose For Christmas, Grandma - Good Time Washboard Three

 

Swing & Country playlist for 11/21/2009

Program name: 
Swing & Country
Air date: 
11/21/2009

 How Do You Do – Jenette and Joe Carter

Walbash Blues – Hank Snow
There’s a New Moon Over My Shoulder – Dick Barrett/Paul Anastasio
Wild Turkey – Lacy J Dalton
Sugarfoot Rag – Hank Garland
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The Devil Ain’t Lazy – Bob Wills
It’s All Your Fault – Ray Price
He Will Set Your Fields on Fire – Kitty Wells (by Request)
Are You Feeling – The High Country (by request)
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San Antonia Rose – Hillbilly Jazz
Easy Lovin’ – Freddy Hart
Drifter's Polka – Lloyd Green
Charlie Dunn – Jerry Jeff Walker
Jac-O-Diamonds – Texas Shorty & John Hartford
Caissons Go Rolling Along – Jenks Carmen
Why Don’t You Love – Hank Williams Sr
Flying Right – Fly Right Boys
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Lonesome Valley – Johnny Cash and the Carter Family
Bob Wills Shottish – Bob Wills
Settin the Woods on Fire – Flatlanders
Private John Q – Roger Miller
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Oh Lonesome Me – Don Gibson
I Shall Not Be Moved – Johnny Cash  (by request)
Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes – Skeets Mc Donald
Raunchy – The Strangers – Merle Haggard
Autumn Leaves – Chet Atkins and Jethro Burns
He Plays the Bongos and I play the Banjo – Jean Shepard
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You’ve Been a Friend to Me – Cliff Perry and Laurel Bliss
Devil With the Devil – Red Stick Ramblers
Wreck of the old 97 – Johnny Cash (by request)
Right Where I Belong – Flatlanders (by request)
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Stars and Stripes Forever – Jerry Reed
Boogie Woogie Boy – Meryl Travis with Porky Freeman Trio
Cow Poke – Don Walser
Give Me the Flowers – Terry Allen
Choo Choo Ch’Boogee – Louis Jordan – (by request)
Rush Inn Blues – Whoopee Makers
Sugar Moon – K.D. Lang
Yesterday’s Wine – Willie Nelson
Midnight on the Water – Ralph Blizzard and the New Southern Ramblers
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Wildwood Weed - Jim Stafford
Boogie Woogie Waltz - Sheb Wooley
Shade Tree Fix It Man - Merle Haggard
Well Dunn - Tiny Moore
That's How the Yodel Was Born - Riders In the Sky
Someone To Give My Love To - Al Anderson
Old Fashioned Love - Asleep At The Wheel
How's the World Treating You - Elvis Presley (by request)
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Katy Did - Vassar Clements
Good Time Cake-Walk - Bob Wills
Nobody Eats at Linebaugh's Anymore - John Hartford
Cottonwood Tree - Marty Robbins
When You Gonna Tell Her - Jessica Stiles/ Jason Wells (by request)
I Really Don't Want To Know - Eddy Arnold
There Stands The Glass - Ted Hawkins
Bummin' An Old Freight Train - Flatt & Scruggs
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Lord I'm Coming Home - Kitty Wells
Oom-Pah Rag - Suze Spencer Marshall

Swing & Country playlist for 11/14/2009

Program name: 
Swing & Country
Air date: 
11/14/2009

 Sweet Georgia Brown - Ricky Skaggs

Guitar Man _ Junior Brown
Hello Mary Lou - New Riders of the Purple Sage
Drivin Wheel - T Bone Burnett
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I'm the Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised - Hank Williams 3rd
New Truckers Cafe - Great Speckled Bird (Request)
Barber Shop Rag - Chet Atkins
Ida Sweet As Apple Cider - Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies
Tom Dooley - Curtis Hoback
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High & Lonesome - Mark Graham/Orville Johnson
Seminole Wind - Donna The Buffalo
The Night Miss Nancy Ann's Hotel For Single Girls Burned Down - Hank Thompson
Bury Me Beneath The Willow - Jeanette Carter
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Blues Stay Away from Me - Jean Shepard
Both Sides Now - Randy Scruggs
Baby Took A Limo To Memphis - Guy Clark
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Nice & Easy - Charlie Rich
I Feel The Blues Movin' In - Floating Glass Balls
Riley the Furniture Man - The Stairwell Sisters
Right Or Wrong - Wanda Jackson
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I Am A Pilgrim - Merle Travis
If Teardrops Were Pennies - Dolly Parton/Porter Wagoner
Fairytale - The Pointer Sisters
Cotton Patch Blues - Bob Wills (Request)
Misty - Ray Stevens
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Air Mail Special - Tiny Moore
Keep A Knockin' But You Can't Come In - Bob Wills (Request)
Thunderstorms & Neon Signs - Wayne Hancock
Freight Train Blues - Dick Curless
Just One Time - Don Gibson
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I Don't Claim To Be An Angel - Kitty Wells
You're Lookin' At Country - Loretta Lynn
london homesick blues - Gary P. Nunn
Over the Waves - Willie Nelson
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Enjoy The Ride - Monica Taylor
I'm Going To Fly - Kimi Rhodes/ Townes Van Zandt
I Don't Seem To Fit Anywhere - Billy Joe Shaver
The Frozen Logger - Johnny Cash  (Request)
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California Blues - Any Old Time String Band
Is It True What They Say About Dixie - The Rice Brothers Gang
Bring It On Down To My House, Honey - Merle Haggard
Little Liza Jane - The Hot Club Of Cowtown
Yello Dog Blues - Texas Sheiks
If You Were a Bluebird - Joe Ely
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Big Beaver - Time Jumpers
Truck Drivin' Man - Don Walser
Nola - Carolina Cotton
Mississippi Blues - Jimmy Rogers
Ernest Tubb 78's - Tommy Collins
I Can't Trust You - Johnny Tyler's Riders Of The Rio Grande
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - Dan Kaplan

Comments

Playlist

I was wanting to pass on some of your music from your 13/13/08 morning show and the playlist is for 12/27, is there anyway to get a old playlist for my friends?

country charts

hey, Don, Tex Ritter's When It's Lamplighting Time In The Valley, didnt make the charts because it was released five years before Billboard started their Folk Records charts in January, 1944...love your mixes...Michael & Shelly

 

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