Swing 'n' 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 11/29/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 11/29/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 11/22/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 11/22/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 11/15/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 11/15/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 11/08/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 11/08/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 11/01/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 11/01/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 10/25/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 10/25/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 10/18/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 10/18/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 10/11/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 10/11/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 10/04/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 10/04/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing

Swing & Country on 09/27/14

Swing 'n' Country
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Sat, 09/27/2014 - 6:00am - 9:00am
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Country Swing


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


 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

Swing 'n' Country
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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.


Swing & Country playlist for 12/27/2008

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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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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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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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 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


Swing & Country playlist for 10/25/2008

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It's that spooky time of the year again. Time for songs of murder and mayhem, ghosts and ghoulies. Happy Halloween!


01 Murder On The Radio - Dude Martin & His Round Up Gang

02 The Irish Ballad - Tom Lehrer

03 Country Death Song - Violent Femmes

04 Poor Ellen Smith - Neko Case

05 Murder of the Lawson Family - Dave Alvin

06 Blood On The Saddle - Tex Ritter (1945)

07 Tom Dooley - Johnny Duncan

08 Frankie And Johnny - Merle Haggard

09 Cocaine Blues - Roy Hogsed

10 Bad Man's Blunder - Kingston Trio

11 The Life & Death Of John Dillinger - Wilf Carter (aka Montana Slim)

12 Jesse James - Jimmy Driftwood

13 Tennessee Stud - Eddy Arnold

14 El Paso - Marty Robbins

15 Cross The Brazos At Waco - Billy Walker

16 Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash

17 Long Black Veil - Lefty Frizell

18 Long Black Veil - Marijohn Wilkin

19 We Will All Go Together When We Go - Tom Lehrer

20 Ode To Billie Joe - Bobbie Gentry

21 So Cold, So Dead, So Soon - Roy Hogsed

22 St. James Infirmary - Ray Condo & His Hardrock Goners

23 The Angel of Death - Hank Williams

24 The Death Of Hank Williams - Jack Cardwell

25 John Henry - Jerry Lee Lewis

26 Harry Pollitt - Limeliters

27 Ballad Of Thunder Road - Charlie Daniels Band

28 Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots - Ramblin Jimmie Dolan

29 The Fiery Death Of Willie Bodine - David Allen Coe

30 The Ship That Never Returned - Jimmy Driftwood

31 Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald - Tony Rice

32 Wreck Of The Old 97 - Muggsy Spanier

33 The Wreck Of The Number Nine - Jim Reeves

34 Casey Jones - Johnny Cash

35 Ghost Of Casey Jones - Rod Morris

36 Ghost Trains - Hank Snow

37 Ghost Riders In The Sky - Deborah Harry

38 Jole Blon's Ghost - Wayne Raney

39 The Hillbilly Ghost - Red Foley

40 The Ghost and Honest Joe - Pee Wee King

41 Yodeling Ghost - Patsy Montana

42 Look Out For The Ghost - Tune Wranglers (1937)

43 Ghost In The Graveyard - Prairie Ramblers (1938)

44 The Cat - Rod Willis

45 Graveyard - Leroy Bowman

46 Spooky Scary Skeletons - Andrew Gold

47 Keep Them Icy Cold Fingers Off Me - Pee Wee King

48 Billy's Dead - Deadbolt

49 Haunted House - Lynette Morgan & Her Tennessee Rhtthm Riders

50 Haunted House - Ray Stevens

51 Hillbillies in a Haunted House - The Austin Lounge Lizards

52 Haunted House Boogie - Jack Rivers

53 Midnight Monsters Hop - Jack & Jim

54 Phantom Stage Couch - The Ravens (1950)

55 Trick or Treat - Andrew Gold

56 Spooky Movies - Roy Clark

57 Rockin' Bones - Ronnie Dawson

58 Shudders and Screams - Ben Colder





Swing & Country playlist for 10/18/2008

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Howdy Do - Joe and Janette Carter

Space Man in Orbit - Speedy West

Rainbow Stew - Merle Haggard

50 Miles of Elbow Room - Norman Blake

Black Mt Rag - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Doc Watson and Vassar Clemmons


Amos Moses - Jerry Reed - by request


Wahoo - Riders in the Sky

I'd Jump the Mississippi - George Jones and Melba Montgomery

Sin City - Dwight Yokum and K.D. Lang

Big Iron - Marty Robbins - by request

Guitaration Gap - Joe and Jody Maphis


Looking at the World Through the Windshield - Del Reeves

I LIke Mountain Music - Oswald Kirby (aka Bashful Brother Oswald), Charlie Collins, Sam Bush Oswald Kirby

I'm a Nut - Leeroy Pullins

Hitchhiker - Roger Miller - by request

Red Rockin' Chair - Peter Rowan and the Rowan Brothers

I'm Movin' On - John Kay

The Death of Rock and Roll - The Maddox Brothers and Rose


Cannonball Rag - Merle Travis

Sunnyside of the Mountain - Jimmy Martin with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Swiss Maid - Roger Miller

Talkin' Fiddle Blues - Scotty Stoneman


Satisfied - Jon Sebastian, David Grisman

After the Fire is Gone - Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn

I Got You - Waylon Jennings and Anita Carter

Houston - Bobby Bare


Reminiscing - Hank Snow and Chet Atkins

Buzz, Buzz, Buzz Goes My Chainsaw - Wedell Austin

Blue Yodel #9 - Jimmie Rodgers with Lilly and Louis Armstrong

Over in the Gloryland - Brown's Ferry Four (Grandpa Jones, Delmore Bros, Meryle Travis)

Grandma Harp - Merle Haggard

Frozen Logger - Cisco Houston


Holden Onto Nothin' - Dolly Parton and Porter Wagner

Partners - Jim Reeves

Annabelle - Henry and Moggy

I Laughed When I Think How I Cried Over you - Bob Wills

Am I Too Blue for You - Keven Test

There She Goes - Carl Smith

Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day - Hank Locklin


Dixie Darlin' John Andrews

Burn That Candle - Charline Arthur

I love you so Much - Floyd Tillman

Lifetime of Regret - George Jones


Ghost Riders in the Sky - Skeeter Stewart

My Friends Are Gonna Be Strangers - Liz Anderson

They'll Never Take Her Love From Me - George Jones

There's No Housing Shortage in Heaven - Johnny and Jack and the Tennessee Mountain Boys

Big Rock Candy Mountain - The New Christy Minstrels

While the Band Was Playing Dixie - Sara and Maybelle Carter

There's No Wings on My Angel - Eddie Arnold

I will Survive - Billie Jo Spears

Remember Me - Lulu Belle and Scotty (Wiseman)


Tall Tall Trees - George Jones

Slide off Your Satin Sheets - Johnny Paycheck

Pipeliner Blues - Moon Mullican

Anymore - Roy Drusky

Ling Ting Tong - Hawkshaw Hawkins

Banana Boat Song - Johnny and Jack

Chatanooga Shoeshine Boy - Red Foley

Cowpoke - Keeter Stewart

Swing & Country playlist for 10/11/2008

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Henry and Moggy with John Andrews

Fall Pledge Drive - Thank you so much for your support.  What a fun Morning and we exceeded our goal.


Sweet Georgia Brown – Rick Scaggs

Life is like a Mountain Railway – Johnny Cash with Earl Scruggs

Working Man Can’t Get Nowhere Today – Merle Haggard

Cotton Patch Blues – Bob Wills

Fire on the Strings – Joe Maphis


I’m a truck – Red Simpson

Ben Dewberry’s Final Run – Hank Snow

Don’t Come Home a Drinkin’ With Lovin’ on Your Mind – Loretta Lynn

What Makes Bob Holler – Bob Wills


I’ll Be All Smiles Tonight – Carter Family

Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Jerry Lee Lewis

Above and Beyond – Buck Owens, Don Rich doing Harmony

Charlie Dunn – Jerry Jeff Walker

I Wanna be Hugged to Death By You – Hawkshaw Hawkins


I’m a Happy Cowboy – Herb Jeffries

Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Loud, Loud Music – Joe and Rosalee Maphis

Brownie Special – Milton Brown Brownies

Just Married – Faron Young


What is Life Without Love – Eddie Arnold

Lost John – Hank Thompson


Summit Ridge Drive – Bob Wills

Beaumont Rag – Bob Wills

La Golondrina - Bob Wills

Smith’s Reel – Bob Wills


I’m Gonna Hire a Wino to decorate our Home – David Frisell

London Homesick Blues – Gary P Nunn

Show Me a Brick Wall – Carl Smith

I Wouldn't Mind Dying - Carter Family

Who's Gonna Feed Them Hogs - Tom T Hall


Mocking Bird Hill - Les Paul and Mary Ford

Bloody Mary Morning - Johnny Bush

Copenhagen - Robert Earl Keen

Pick Me Up on Your Way Down – Charlie Walker

My Old McCulloch – Buzz Martin

Thank God – Roy Acuff


Temptation – Red Engle and the Natural Seven

Shame on the Moon – Karen Brooks


Cajun Fiddle - Don Rich

 Trucker's Cafe - Great Speckled Bird

Drifting Texas Sand – Web Pierce

She’s Gone – Hacienda Brothers

2:10 Train – Stone Poneys Linda Ronstadt

Every Kind of Music but Country – Robbie Fulks


Please Don’t Play the Red River Valley – Johnny Cash


I’ve Got a Feeling Called the Blues – Hank Williams Sr

Miss Molly – Willy Nelson




Swing & Country playlist for 09/27/2008

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Once more it's Pledge Drive time. So what would be better to get
you in the mood to pledge to KBOO than songs about money.

01 A Good Old Dollar Bill - Billy Murray (1908)
02 A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore - Bill Carlisle
03 Dollar Bill Blues - Chris Stuart & Backcountry
04 Are You Makin' Any Money - Chick Bullock With His Levee Loungers)
05 Cash Money Blues - Kaiser Clifton
06 I Wish I Had a Nickel - Lost Highway
07 My Last Dollar - Harry McClintock
08 Lonesome Dollar Bill - Stewart Family
09 A Dollar's All I Crave - Bill Carlisle
10 Greenback Dollar - New Lost City Ramblers
11 Greenback Dollar - Ray Condo & His Hardrock Goners
12 I've Got a Dollar - Jimmy Dell
13 Friday Night On A Dollar Bill - Huelyn Duvall
14 Hot Dollar - Gene Vincent
15 A Dollar Short And A Day Late - Asleep At The Wheel
16 Five Dollar Bill - Corb Lund Band
17 Five Dollar Bill - Hoyt Axton
18 I've Got Five Dollars And It's Saturday Night - Faron Young
19 Folding Money - Carl Belew
20 Brother, Can You Spare A Dime - Judy Roderick
21 A Dollar Down - Limeliters
22 The Credit Card Song - Dick Feller
23 Love Makes The World Go ‘Round, But Money Greases The Wheel - Dee Mullins
24 Money Can't Buy Love - Roy Rogers
25 Big Spender - Peggy Lee
25 Pay Me My Money Down - Weavers
26 Lookin' For Money - Al Urban
27 Man With Money - Everly Brothers
28 Mama's Egg Money - Patsy Montana
29 Money Bag Woman - Luke McDaniel
30 Can't Buy Me Love - Shenandoah
31 I'll Take Love Over Money - Aaron Tippin
32 Cash On The Barrelhead - Louvin Brothers
33 Big Money - Paul Davis
34 Give Me My Money - The Blue Ridge Playboys
37 If You Got the Dinero, Ive Got the Camaro - Pinchitos Caliente
38 If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time - Lefty Frizzell
39 Money, Honey - Elvis Presley
40 Money, Money, Money - Gene Simmons
41 The Almighty Dollar Bill - Burl Ives
42 Money - Tex Williams
43 Money Song - Monty Python
44 Money - Charlie Daniels Band
45 Money - Del Reeves
46 Money - Lovin' Spoonful
47 Money (That's What I Want) - Jerry Lee Lewis
48 M-O-N-E-Y - Lyle Lovett
49 Pennies From Heaven - Hot Club Of Cowtown
50 We're In The Money - Boswell Sisters [1933]
Little Ole Dime - Jim Reeves
My Baby's Just Like Money - Lefty Frizzell (1950)
Pocket Full of Money - Blueridge
Rockin' Chair Money - Bill Carlisle
That's Where My Money Goes - Mel Tillis
The Money Song - Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis
Too Much Month (At The End Of The Money) - Marty Stuart
When I Get The Money Made - Mac Wiseman [1955]
You're Just Like A Dollar Bill - Bill Carlisle


Swing & Country playlist for 09/20/2008

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Swing 'n' Country
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Henry Weeks and John Andrews with Moggy Vanderkin

Hornpipe Medley: Sailors's, Durang's, Rickett's & Fisher's - Buddy Spicher

Sunbonnet Sue – Milton Brown with Bob Wills on Fiddle

St Olav’s Gate – Tom Russell with Nancy Griffith

Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad – Wanda Jackson


Nitro Express – Red Simpson and Junior Brown

Skip a Rope – Henson Cargil

Wolverton Mountain – Claud King

Fiddlin’ Around – Johnny Gimble


Fools Such as I – Tuck Taylor with Clarence White

El Paso – Marty Robbins

There’s a New Moon Over My Shoulder – Jimmy Davis

La Golodrina – Bob Wills – by request


Hall of Fame – Robert Robert Earl Keene

There He Goes – Patsy Cline

Life’s Other Side – Han Williams Sr as Luke the Drifter

Under the Double Eagle – Chubby Wise

One of These Days – Emmylou Harris


Honky Tonk Man – Johnny Horton

Mean Eyes Cat – Johnny Cash


Jumping Cotton Eyed Joe – Johnny Gimble

Make Me a Pallet – David Bromberg

I Get the Blues When It Rains – Elton Britt

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

I’ve Been Everywhere – Hank Snow


New Truckers Café – Great Speckled Bird (Ian and Sylvia) – by request (the request was “Weeping from Midnight Until Dawn” by Truckstop – the amazing Henry comes through!)

Six Days on the Road – Dave Duddley

Six White Horses – Tommy Cash – by request

Texas Hambone Blues – Johnny Gimble – by request

Sleepy Eyed John – Johnny Horton


Truck Drivin’ Man – Don Walzer

Suspicious Minds – Elvis

Alabama Jubilee – Roy Clark

Streets of Loredo – Tex Ritter


I’d Ride an Old Paint – Riders in the Sky – by request

Crying Time Again – Buck Owens

Queen of the House – Jody Miller

Ghost Riders in the Sky – Keeter Stuart – by request

Break It to Me Gently – Brenda Lee

Stand By Your Man – Tammy Wynette

Don’t Worry About Me – Jim Carr and the Countrymen (they’ll be at the Kenton Club Tonight


Hawaiian Cowboy – Roy Rogers

Almost Persuaded - David Houston

Good Morning Mr Brown – Roy Acuff and Kitty Wells

Next In Line - Conway Twitty - goes out to Diane

London Homesick Blues – Gary P Nunn

High Noon - Tex Ritter by request


Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age - Earnest Tubbs and Red Foley - for John

How's the World Treating You - Goldie Hill

Home on the Range - Gene Autry

Vayacondios - Less Paul and Mary Ford

The Buck Starts Here -Robbie Fulks

Wildwood Flower - Hank Thompson and Meryle Travis



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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