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 08/31/13

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Sat, 08/31/2013 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 08/24/13

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Sat, 08/24/2013 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 08/03/13

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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 07/27/13

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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 07/20/13

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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 07/13/13

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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 07/06/13

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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 06/29/13

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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 06/22/13

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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 06/15/13

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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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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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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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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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Thu, 03/15/2012

 

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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 03/26/2009

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01 Carter Sisters - Maybelle, Anita, June & Helen - He Went Slippin' Around
02 Carter Sisters - Maybelle, Anita, June & Helen - I Like My Lovin' Overtime
03 Carter Sisters - Maybelle, Anita, June & Helen - Juke Box Blues (June)
04 Carter Sisters - Maybelle, Anita, June & Helen - Like All Get Out (Helen)
05 Carter Sisters - Maybelle, Anita, June & Helen - Love Oh Crazy Love
06 Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie - Cotton Lisle Stockings And A Two Dollar Dress (1952)
07 Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie - Dogwood Blossom Time (1948)
08 Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie - I'd Rather Be An Old Man's Darlin' (1952)
09 Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie - New River Train (1949)
10 Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie - You Got Stuck (1949)
11 Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolks - Groundhog
12 Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolks - I Wish I Was a Single Girl Again
13 Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolks - Lonesome Road Blues
14 Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolks - Milk Cow Blues
15 Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolks - Freight Train Blues
16 Girls Of the Golden West - Oregon Trail
17 Girls Of the Golden West - Ragtime Cowboy Joe
18 Girls Of the Golden West - Story of Sleepy Hollow Bill
19 Girls Of the Golden West - The Tramps Mother
20 Girls Of the Golden West - When It's Round-up Time In Texas
21 DeZurik Sisters - The Dude Ranch Cowhands
22 DeZurik Sisters - Arizona Yodeler
23 DeZurik Sisters - Go To Sleep My Darling
24 DeZurik Sisters - I Left Her Standing There
25 DeZurik Sisters - Sweet Hawaiian Chimes
26 Dinning Sisters - Oklahoma Hills
27 Dinning Sisters - Down In The Diving Bell
28 Dinning Sisters - Fun And Fancy Free (1947)
29 Dinning Sisters - Gospel Cannonball
30 Dinning Sisters - In My Adobe Hacienda
31 Dinning Sisters - Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
32 Kitty Wells - Crying Steel Guitar Waltz
33 Kitty Wells - Gathering Flowers For The Master's Bouquet
34 Kitty Wells - Hey Joe
35 Kitty Wells - Honky Tonk Waltz
36 Kitty Wells - It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
37 Davis Sisters - Jambalaya
38 Davis Sisters - Kaw-Liga
39 Davis Sisters - Rag Mop
40 Davis Sisters - Rock-A-Bye Boogie
41 Davis Sisters - Single Girl
42 Davis Sisters - Fiddle Diddle Boogie
43 Ann Jones - Baby Sitter Blues
44 Ann Jones & Her American Sweethearts - A Big Fat Girl Like Me
45 Ann Jones & Her American Sweethearts - Hi Ballin' Daddy
46 Ann Jones & Her Western Sweethearts - Blue Jean Baby
47 Ann Jones & Her Western Sweethearts - Jack Rabbit
48 Patsy Cline - Crazy
49 Patsy Cline - Foolin' 'Round
50 Patsy Cline - Gotta Lot Of Rhythm In My Soul
51 Patsy Cline - Lovesick Blues
52 Patsy Cline - Walkin' After Midnight
53 Patsy Montana - I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart (1937)
54 Patsy Montana - I Only Want A Buddy Not A Sweetheart (1937)
55 Patsy Montana - I Wanna Be A Western Cowgirl (1939)
56 Patsy Montana - I Want To Be A Cowboy's Dreamgirl (1940)
57 Patsy Montana - Gold Coast Express (1935)
58 Patsy Montana - The She Buckaroo (1936)
59 Rosalie Allen - Never Trust A Man (1947)
60 Rosalie Allen - I'd Rather Be A Cowgirl
61 Rosalie Allen - When A Cowgirl Is Happy (1944-45)
62 Rosalie Allen - Yodel Boogie (1949)
63 Rosalie Allen - Yodel Your Troubles Away (1944-45)
64 Rose Maddox - Move It On Over
65 Rose Maddox - Honky Tonkin'
66 Rose Maddox - Don't Tell Me Your Troubles
67 Rose Maddox - Philadelphia Lawyer
68 Rose Maddox - Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down
 

Swing & Country playlist for 02/28/2009

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It's still cold in the mornings so I'm going to slip back under the covers for one more month. Come under with me and enjoy an original song and two covers. That should keep us warm on this cold February morning.

01 Cocaine Blues - Roy Hogsed
02 Cocaine Blues - Hank Thompson
03 Cocaine Blues - Hank Williams III
04 Pistol Packin' Mama - Al Dexter & His Troopers
05 Pistol Packin' Mama - Hurricanes (1955)
06 Pistol Packin' Mama - Baby Ray & Pharaohs
07 Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry (1957)
08 Johnny B. Goode - Balham Alligators
09 Johnny B. Goode - Coronados
10 El Paso - Marty Robbins
11 El Paso - Grateful Dead
12 El Paso - Old 97's
13 Casey Jones - Billy Murray (1905 )
14 Casey Jones - Jenks 'Tex' Carmen
15 Casey Jones - Johnny Cash
16 I'm Movin' On - Hank Snow
17 I'm Movin' On - Rolling Stones (Live)
18 I'm Movin' On - Timi Yuro 1963
19 Wild Side Of Life - Hank Thompson (1951)
20 Wild Side Of Life - Pirates Of The Mississippi
21 Wild Side Of Life - Remo Four
22 It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels - Kitty Wells (1952)
23 It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels - Kitty Kallen
24 It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels - Jerry Jeff Walker
25 Ballad Of Thunder Road - Robert Mitchum
26 Ballad Of Thunder Road - Coup De Grass
27 Ballad Of Thunder Road - The Super Stocks
28 Walkin' After Midnight - Patsy Cline
29 Walkin' After Midnight - Groovegrass Boyz
30 Walkin' After Midnight - Kentucky Headhunters
31 Jambalaya - Hank Williams
32 Jambalaya - Bobby Comstock & The Counts
33 Jambalaya - Freddie & The Dreamers
34 Panhandle Rag - Leon McAuliffe (1949)
35 Panhandle Rag - Bob Wills (1969)
36 Panhandle Rag - Gene Krupa
37 San Antonio Rose - 1938 - Bob Wills
38 San Antonio Rose - Ruth Welcome
39 San Antonio Rose - Pete Fountain
40 Six Days On The Road - Dave Dudley
41 Six Days On The Road - Bill's Boogie Band
42 Six Days On The Road - Sawyer Brown (Club Mix)
43 Careless Love - Bessie Smith 1925
44 Careless Love - T. Texas Tyler
45 Careless Love - Sunshine Skiffle Band
46 The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Charlie Daniels Band
47 The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Jerry Reed
48 The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Those Darn Accordions
49 American Pie - Don McLean (Full Version)
50 American Pie - Iron Horse & Cornbread Red
51 Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace - Weird Al Yankovic

 

Swing & Country playlist for 02/21/2009

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02/21/2009

 John Andrews' Salute To Black History Month (Blacks In Country Music)

 
How-Do-You-Do - Jenette/Joe Carter
Truck Drivin' Man - Don Walser
All Night Long - Leon Rousch/Asleep At the Wheel
Apartment #9 - Bobby Austin
It's All Your Fault - Wayde Ray/Noel Boggs
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Sunbonnet Sue - Paul Anastasio/Dick Barrett
Hangman's Boogie - Cowboy Copas
Ding Dong Polka - Rosalie Allen
Brownie Special - Milton Brown
My Heart's Like a Welcome Mat - Jim Reeves
Jessie's Polka - Retta Christie
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Hey Lula - Billy Jack Wills/Tommy Duncan
I Get the Blues When It Rains - Elton Britt
Red Wing - Tex Williams
Dim Lights, Thick Smoke & Loud, Loud Music - Rose Lee/Joe Maphis
My Inlaws Made an Outlaw Out of Me - Hank Penny
Truck Stop Girl - Kelly Willis
Are the Good Times Nearly Gone - Merle Haggard
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There Stands the Glass - Ted Hawkins
I'm a Happy Cowboy - Herb Jefferies
My Window Faces the South - Sammi Smith
Walkin' In the Sunshine - Roger Miller
I'm a Nut - Leroy Pullins
When I Was a Cowboy - Leadbelly
You Win Again - Fats Domino
My Last Go Round - Gretchen Peters/Tom Russell
John Henry - John Jackson
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12 String Special - Glen Campbell
Poor Folks Stick Together - Stoney Edwards
Corina, Corina - Charlie McCoy/Bo Chatmon
Texas Schottische - Ray Krener & His Orchestra
Dark End Of the Hallway - Clarence Gatemouth Brown
Muscle Shoals' Blues - Deford Bailey
Blast Off - Merle Travis/Joe Maphis
Sourwood Mountain - Carolina Chocolate Drops
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I'm In the Jailhouse Now - Mississippi Sheiks
Death Don't Have No Mercy - John Jackson
Color Him Father - linda Martell
My Bucket's Got a Hole In It - Jimmy Rushing
Yes Pappy Yes - Martin, Bogan & Armstrong  (request)
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That's How I Got To Memphis - Otis Williams
Freight Train - Elizabeth Cotten
My Good Gal's Gone Blues _ Jimmy Rogers/Louisville Jug Band
Please Don't Holler Mama - Ben Ferguson/Louisville Jug Band
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Whisky Heaven - Fats Domino
Carleless Love - Leslie Riddle/Mike Seeger
Take Me Home Country Roads - Ted Hawkins
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Keep Your lamps Trimmed & Burning - John Jackson
Fairy Tale - Pointer Sisters
Bowl Weevil - Pink Anderson
Down By the Riverside - Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Swing & Country playlist for 01/31/2009

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Bloody Mary Morning - Johnny Bush

Brilliancy - Dixie Chicks

There's a Big Wheel - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper

That's How I Got to Memphis - Buddy Miller

The Buck Stops Hear - Robbie Fulks

 

Just One Time - Don Gibson

The Wonderful City - Jimmy Rogers & Sarah Carter

Crying Time - Buck Owens

Going Home - Leon McAuliffe

Night Train to Memphis - Sleepy LaBeef

 

Telling Me Lies - Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris

Compadres in the Old Sierra Madras - Riders in the Sky

This Cold War With You - Retta Christie

Ain't Misbehaving - Hank Williams Jr

Kalija - Charlie Pride

Fiddlers Waltz - Howdy Forrester

Carolina Sunshine Girls - Jimmie Rogers

 

Howdy Neighbor Howdy - Porter Wagner

One of These Days I'm Gonna Sit Down and Talk to Paul - Johnny Cash

Farther Along - Autry Inman

Strawberry Roan - Bill Boydd

Panhandle Rag Texas Troubadors

 

Wahoo - Bill Boydd

Silver Threads and Golden Needles - Hawkshaw Hawkins

Browns Ferry Blues -  - Roy Lanum

I've Got the Wonder Where She Went, Wonder When She'll Come Back Blues - Bob Wills

I Get the Blues When It Rains - Dick Curless

 

She's Gone - Hacienda Brothers

 

Who's Gonna Feed Them Hogs - Tom T Hall

 

Satified Mind - Cowboy Copas

I'll Sail My Ship Alone - Moon Mullican

Blue Bonnet Lane - Bob Wills

 

Great Life If You Don't Weeken - Ferron Young

I Really Don't Want to Know - Eddie Arnold

That Hot Lick Fiddling Man - Bob Wills

 

Sugar Foot Rag - Junior Brown

I Need You Like a Hole in My Head - Web Pierce 

 

 

 

 

Swing & Country playlist for 01/24/2009

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With winter's icy grip upon us we're going to need the warmth of lots of covers. So that's what I'll be playing this month. First a song by the original artist and then two covers by other artists. Often in a completely different style.

01 Cocaine Blues - Roy Hogsed
02 Cocaine Blues - Hank Thompson
03 Cocaine Blues - Hank Williams III
04 Detour - Spade Cooley
05 Detour - Ernest Tubb
06 Detour - Duane Eddy
07 Fireball Mail - Roy Acuff
08 Fireball Mail - Hank Snow
09 Fireball Mail - Don Gibson & Los Indios Tabajaras
10 Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
11 Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash (Unissued Version)
12 Folsom Prison Blues - Keb' Mo
13 Shotgun Boogie - Tennessee Ernie Ford (1950)
14 Shotgun Boogie - Shakin' Stevens
15 Shotgun Boogie - Eddie Mack
16 Tennessee Stud - Eddy Arnold
17 Tennessee Stud - Darrel Higham
18 Tennessee Stud - Chieftains featuring Jeff White
19 Truck Drivin' Man - Terry Fell & The Fellas (1952)
20 Truck Drivin' Man - Buck Owens
21 Truck Drivin' Man - Nicki
22 Chattanooga Choo-Choo - Glenn Miller (single release version)
23 Chattanooga Choo-Choo - Hollywood Hillbillies
24 Chattanooga Choo-Choo - Harmony Grass
25 City Of New Orleans - Steve Goodman
26 City Of New Orleans - Hank Snow
27 City Of New Orleans - Back Porch Mary
28 Orange Blossom Special - Rouse Brothers (Ervin & Gordon)
29 Orange Blossom Special - Fairport Convention
30 Orange Blossom Special - Concrete Cowboy Band
31 Ragtime Cowboy Joe - Bob Roberts (1912 Victor version)
32 Ragtime Cowboy Joe - Harry Cool
33 Ragtime Cowboy Joe - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
34 Ghost Riders In The Sky - Stan Jones
35 Ghost Riders In The Sky - Wingy Manone
36 Ghost Riders In The Sky - Scatman Crothers
37 The Ballad Of Thunder Road - Robert Mitchum
38 The Ballad Of Thunder Road - Jim & Jessie
39 The Ballad Of Thunder Road - The Super Stocks
40 Wabash Cannonball - Carter Family (1930)
41 Wabash Cannonball - Judy Canova
42 Wabash Cannonball - Lennerockers
43 High Noon - Frankie Laine
44 High Noon - Connie Francis
45 High Noon - Vito & The Salutations
46 Rag Mop - Johnnie Lee Wills & His Boys
47 Rag Mop - Ames Brothers with Roy Ross Orchestra
48 Rag Mop - Lou Monte
49 Wreck Of The Old 97 - Vernon Dalhart (1931)
50 Wreck Of The Old 97 - Eddy Arnold
51 Wreck Of The Old 97 - Muggsy Spanier
52 Muleskinner Blues - Jimmie Rodgers (1935)
53 Muleskinner Blues - Fendermen
54 Muleskinner Blues - Dolly Parton (1970)
55 Me And Bobby McGee - Roger Miller
56 Me And Bobby McGee - Jerry Lee Lewis
57 Me And Bobby McGee - Hank Snow
58 The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Charlie Daniels Band
59 The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Jerry Reed
60 The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Those Darn Accordions

Swing & Country playlist for 12/27/2008

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12/27/2008

Usually at this time of year I'm playing Christmas Carols. But since Christmas was two days ago I'll be playing songs about drinking to get us ready for New Year's Eve.

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 12/20/2008

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 How Do You Do – Joe & Jeannette Carter

North to Alaska  Johnny Horton

Stand By Your Man – Tammy Wynette

Sunbonnet Sue – San Antonio

Walk Through This World With Me – George Jones

Golden Rings – Tammy Wynette, George Jones

 

Counting Flowers on the Wall - Stattler Brothers

Christmas is a Coming - Leadbelly

Walk on By – Leroy VanDyke

Is It Really Over – Jim Reeves 

Cotton Eyed Jingle Bells - Leon Rausch & the Texas Playboys

Blues Stay Away From Me - Everly Brothers

 

Back Street Affair - Web Peirce

Paying for a Back Street Affair - Kitty Wells

Act Like a Married Man - Robbie Fulks  

Christmas Island - Leon Redbone

New Moon Over My Shoulder - Jimmy Davis

Rose Marie - Slim Whitman (for Sam)

 

Pan Handle Jane - Jesse Dayton

Big City - Iris Dement

South - Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith

Silent Night  Campbell Brothers

King of the Blues - Chris Gaffney

Heard the Blue Bird Sing - The Browns 

I Want My Dime Back - Blue Ridge Playboys

From a Jack to a King - Ned Miller

Box Cars -Rosie Flores

 

Johnson Rag & Bubbles in My Beer - Loen Rausch & the Texas Playboys

Gramma's Homemade Christmas Carol - Meryle Haggard

Just One Time - Dick Curless

Abilene - George Hamilton IV

Pan American - Hawkshaw Hawkins

I'm a Lone Wolf - Hawkshaw Hawkins

Mississippi Sandman - Modern Mountaineers

 

Old 45's - Dallas Wayne 

In the Misty Moonlight - Jerry Wallace

Christmas As I Know It - Johnny Cash

Alabama Jubilee - Hank Penny

Playboy Stomp - Bob Wills

Lady Yesterday - Marty Stuart

She's Gone - Hacienda Brothers

Bloody Mary Morning - Johnny Bush

I'll be Home for Christmas - Joe Frank Ferguson

You're Bound to Look Like a Monkey - Hank Penny

Al's Steel Guitar Wobble - Jack Rhodes with Al Petty

 

In the Highways - Anita Carter

Blue Christmas - Ernest Tubb

Just Look, Don't Touch, He's Mine - Charline Arthur

Come Walk With Me - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper

The Christmas Boogie - The Davis Sisters

Hadacillin Boogie - Hank Penny

 

Low Down - Teddy Thompson

Let It Snow - Leon Redbone

Hot Buttered Rum - The Red Clay Ramblers

Merry Christmas From the Family - Robert Earl Keene

Here Comes Santa Claus - Leon Rausch & The Texas Playboys

Chime Bellls - Elton Britt

Cowboy's Christmas - Leon Rausch & The Texas Playboys

Swing & Country playlist for 11/22/2008

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11/22/2008

With only 5 days til thanksgiving here's some songs of thanks.

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. Lanny Duncan - Thank You For Your Love
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 (Columbia 1952)
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 For 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

 

Swing & Country playlist for 11/15/2008

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11/15/2008

Sunbonnet Sue – Fort Worth Doughboys (Milton Brown and Bob Wills)

Little White Moon – Hoyt Axton

 

Highballing Daddy – Anne Jones

Elton Two Step – JB Fuselier

Honey Child – Jerry Reed

Taking Off – Milton Brown and the Brownies

Let the Freight Train Carry Me On – Delmore Brothers

Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon – Hank Penny

Where’d You Go – Marty Robbins, Lee Emerson

Tulsa Twist – Dickie McBride

 

Corpus Christi Bay – Johnny Rodriguez

Leave That Liar Alone – The Carlisles

Boggs Boogie – Spade Cooley

Helen Carter – You’re Right But I Wish You Were Wrong

My Bank Account is Gone – Jesse Ashlock

Town Hall Shuffle – Joe Maphis

You and My Old Guitar - - Jimmie Rogers

 

Put On an Old Pair of Shoes – Prairie Ramblers

It’s Raining Here This Morning – Grampa Jones

I’ll Sail My Ship Alone – Johnnie Bush

All Your Fault – Wade Ray and Noel Boggs

 

No Depression in Heaven – Cheryl Crow

Woodchopper’s Ball – Hank Thompson and the Brazos Valley Boys

Stop and Go Boogie – Brewster Avenue Rhythm Boys Featuring Zeke Turner

Troubles, That Lonesome Kind – Billy Jack Wills

Waitin’ In Your Welfare – Buck Owens

Bye, Bye Blues – Hank Snow

 

On the Sea of Galilee – Emmylou Harris and the Peasall Sisters

Prairie Lullaby – Jimmy Rogers

Freight Train Blues – Dick Curless

Devil’s Dream – Cherokee Cowboys

Lookin’ at the World Though a Windshield – Del Reeves – by request

Pinto the Wonder Horse is Dead – Tom T Hall – by request

Smoke, Smoke, Smoke that Cigarrette – Tex Williams (for Talina from the evil grandead)

 

Ribbon of Darkness - Connie Smith

Golden Guitar - Bill Anderson

Johnny Doesn't Live Here Anymore - Jeannette Carter

 

All My Ex's Live in Texas - Jim Carr

Hubbin' It - Bob Wills

Sidewalks of New York - Tommy Collins (Leonard)

Who Will Buy the Wine -  Charlie Walker

 Waltz of the Angels - Wynn Stewart

Partners - Jim Reeves

 

The Lilies Grow High - Keeter Stewart

Tobacco Chewing Boogie - Billy Jack Wills Orchestra with Tommy Duncan

 It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels - Kitty Wells

 Nightlife - Ray Price

Walkin' After Midnight - Patsy Cline

 

Way Out on the Mountain – Tim and Molly O’Brien

Footprints in the Snow - Cliff Carlisle

Drive On - Luke McDaniel

Girl on the Billboard - Del Reeves

New Panhandle Rag - Webb Pierce 

 King of the Road - Roger Miller

 My Last Night in Town - Betsy Gay

Four or Five Times - Luke Wills

Both Sides Now - Randy Scruggs

 

Swing & Country playlist for 11/08/2008

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11/08/2008

 November 8

Sweet Georgia Brown

 

Earnest Tubb 78 – Tommy Collins

I’m Free at Last – Earnest Tubb

Used Car Blues – Delmore Brothers

Let’s Elope Baby – Janice Martin

Johnny, My Love – Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper

Smoke Rings – Les Paul and Mary Ford

Somewhere Listening – Blue Ridge Rangers John Fogerty

 

It Had to Be You – Johnny Gimble with Texas Playboys II

Harry’s Blues – Harry Choates

Please Help Me I’m Falling – Hank Locklin

Vast Fields of Snow – Alison Rice

I May Never Get to Heaven – Wanda Jackson

 

New Road Under My Wheels – Buddy Emmons

Cielito Lindo – Rex Allen

Pick Me On Your Way Down – Charlie Walker

Hot as I Am – The Saddle Tramps

Strawberry Road – Rex Allen

 

Fast Women and Sloe Gin – Johnny Bond

Thunderstorms and Neon Signs – Wayne Hancock

Far, Far Away – Don Gibson

 

Reminiscing – Chet Atkins and Hank Snow

Driving Wheel – T-Bone Burnett

Pan Handle Rag – Shorty and the Mustangs

Big Rock Candy Mountain – Stewart Hamlin

Fire on the Mountain – Sewart Hamlin

Fire on the Strings – Joe Maphis

Estrelita – Jethro Burns

 

The Buck Stops Here – Robbie Fulks

 

Hillbilly Fever #2 – Ernest Tubb and Red Foley

Tennessee Flat Top Box – Roseanne Cash

Hall of Fame – Robert Earl Keene

Alabam – Cowboy Copas

Sittin’ On Top of the World – Web Pierce

 

Hello Baby – Charlene Arthur

Let Mother Have Her Way – Feron Young

Free Mexican Airforce – Rowan Brothers – by request

Rolling Stone From Texas – Don Waltzer

Good Old USA – Billy Joe Shaver

Holding on to Nothing – Porter Wagner and Dolly Parton

I Got a Letter From My Kid Today – Merle Haggard

 

Hurry Mr Peters – Justin  Tubb and Loreen Mann

Too Used to Being With You – Bobby Bare and Skeeter Davis

Broadway – Homer and Jethro

Dark End of the Street – Archie Cambell

 

Mother May I – Lynn and Liz Anderson

Ballad of Kookamonga –Homer and Jethro

Me and Paul – Willie Nelson

If I’m Gonna Sink I Might as Well Go All the Way to the Bottom -  Nicco Case

Stop Look and Listen – Patsy Cline

Down Yonder – Bobby Nelson

I Just Happen to Be in the Way – Buzz Martin (Oregon’s Own)

 

Siminol Wind – John Anderson

Driving Wheel – Old Crow Medicine Show

Here in Frisco – Meryle Haggard

Takes a Worried Man – Lonnie Donnegan, Chris Barber and Van Morricson

California Blues – Blue Ridge Rangers

 

Too Dumb for New York, Too Ugly for L.A. – Waylon Jennings

Barbershop Rag – Chet Atkins with Homer and Jethro

 

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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