20 FEBRUARY 2016

Tonight’s presentation of Swing on This will be pre-empted by NPR’s coverage of the South Carolina presidential primary. Back next week, you bet!

13 FEBRUARY 2016

1. “I Ain’t Got Nobody,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “That Would Sure Go Good,” Leon Rausch

3. “Shuffleboard Rag,” Speedy West

(for RAY BINGHAM)

4. “Tony’s Tank-Up, Drive-In Cafe,” Hank Thompson

(for JIM & JACKIE KARSTEIN and the GLASS LIFTERS)

5. “Route 66,” Cherokee Maidens

6. “San Antonio Rose,” the Stereos

(for HAMILL TIME)

7. “Oklahoma Hills,” Spade Cooley

8. “Enchantment to the View,” Time Jumpers

(for DR. TOM J. BRIAN)

9. “Blub’s Twist/Closing Theme,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

10. “My Window Faces the South,” Glen Campbell w/Steve Hardin

(for SUZIE CHELSEA)

11. “I’ve Got the Right Key Baby,” Hank Penny

(for JACK & CAROLE BENDER)

12. “Satin Doll,” 4 Giants of Swing

13. “Slow Boat to China,” Nashville Swing Band

14. “I’m Gonna Live Some,” Faron Young

(for TODD BRANSTETTER)

15. “Night Train to Memphis,” Sons of the Purple Sage w/Linna Shane

6 FEBRUARY 2016

1. “I Can’t Give You Anything but Love,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Blue Skies,” the Gimbles

3. “Barstool Mountain,” Moe Bandy

(for CAT & CHRIS BURTON and the GLASS LIFTERS)

4. “Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame,” Les Gilliam

5. “Rose of Ol’ Pawnee,” Roy Rogers

6. “Hesitation Blues,” Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys

7. “Chinatown,” Hot Club of Cowtown

8. “Rag Mop,” Johnnie Lee Wills

9. “Coo-Coo Creek Hop,” Herby Remington

(for HAMILL TIME)

10. “Juke Joint Jumpin’,” Wayne Hancock

11. “I’m Mad with You,” Moon Mullican

12. “Keep Them Cold Icy Fingers Off of Me,” Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys

13. “San Antonio Rose,” Light Crust Doughboys

14. “Swing Al Fresco,” Mischievous Swing

15. “I Cried for You,” Roy Newman and His Boys

30 JANUARY 2106

1. “You’re Okay,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” Mark Bruner & Shelby

3. “The Lord Knows I’m Drinking,” Hank Thompson

(for JACK & CAROLE BENDER and the GLASS LIFTERS)

4. “Opening Theme/Cotton-Eyed Joe,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

5. “My Dog,” Syd Masters & the Swing Riders

6. “The Penny Opus No. 1,” Hank Penny and His California Cowhands

7. “Cool Water,” Bill Black Combo

(for HAMILL TIME)

8. “Can’t Get Nowhere,” Tractors

9. “She’s Doggin’ Me,” Roy Newman & His Boys

10. “Ragtime Annie,” David Tanner

(for JIM KARSTEIN)

11. “Drivin’ Nails in My Coffin,” Beck and Willie Nelson

12. “Okie Boogie,” Ella Mae Morse

(for GARY & BETTYE)

13. “Sick, Sober, and Sorry,” Johnny Bond

14. “Old Watermill by the Waterfall,” Bob Boatright

15. “I Wish I Knew,” Spade Cooley and His Western Dance Band

23 JANUARY 2016

1. “Let’s Get It Over and Done With,” Bob Wills

(for HAMILL TIME)

2. “Oklahoma Girl,” Susan Herndon

3. “Tips & Beer,” Jacob Tovar and the Saddle Tramps

(for MARY BETH BABCOCK and the GLASS LIFTERS)

4. “Sand Canyon Swing,” Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant

5. “A Good Man Gettin’ A Bad Deal,” Al Clauser and His Oklahoma Outlaws

6. “Dream A Little Dream of Me,” Annie Ellicott, Mark Bruner & Shelby Eicher

7. “Thanks A Lot,” Billy Parker

8. “Steel Guitar Rag,” Leon McAuliffe

9. “There’ll be Some Changes Made,” Eldon Shamblin

10. “Rockin’ in the Congo,” Hank Thompson & His Brazos Valley Boys

(for SUZIE CHELSEA)

11. “Roly Poly,” Tulsa Playboys w/Leroy Van Dyke

12. “Dead Reckoning,” Whit Smith

13. “Sailing on the Robert E. Lee,” Dave Edwards & His Alabama Boys

14. “Bob Wills Medley,” Jana Jae w/Tweed

(for BARRY HENSLEY)

15. “My Life’s Been A Pleasure,” Round Up Boys

 

16 JANUARY 2016

1. “I’ll Have Somebody Else,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Promised Land,” Buck Pizzarelli and His West Texas Tumbleweeds

3. “She’s Got A Drinking Problem,” Gary Stewart

(for ERNIE SMART JR. and the GLASS LIFTERS)

4. “Whose Heart Are You Breaking Now,” Johnnie Lee Wills w/Curly Lewis

(for CYNTHIA HACKATHORN)

5. “Blues for Dixie,” River Road Boys

6. “The Shortest Song in the World,” Kenny Price

7. “Cleanin’ My Rifle (And Dreamin’ of You),” Roy Rogers

(for CASEY MORGAN)

8. “Boogie Till the Cows Come Home,” Roger Brown & Swing City

9. “Give the World A Smile,” Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys

10. “Sugar Moon,” Round Up Boys

11. “How Many Times,” Roy Newman and His Boys

12. “I’ll Be Your San Antone Rose,” Emmylou Harris

(for HAMILL TIME)

13. “Tomato Can,” Tommy Duncan

(for GUY T. MILLER)

14. “Our Day Will Come,” Herb Remington

15. “Okie Dokie,” Cherokee Maidens

(for D.J. MORROW)

16. “Headin’ Home,” Roy Ferguson

9 JANUARY 2016

1. “I’m So Glad I Met You,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Bob Wills Is Still the King,” Rolling Stones

3. “Whiskey River,” from COTTON-EYED JOE AND OTHER TEXAS HALL FAVORITES (no artist listed)

(for BETSY & JAMES EDWARDS and the GLASS LIFTERS)

4. “San Antonio Rose,” Billy Parker

5. “Blues for Dixie,” Asleep at the Wheel w/Lyle Lovett

(for CAROLE & JACK BENDER and JANIS)

6. “Panhandle Rag,” the Ventures

(for HAMILL TIME)

7. “Oklahoma’s Calling,” Jack Guthrie

8. “Oklahoma — 1955,”  Les Gilliam

9. “Salute to Big Bands,” Tommy Crook & Paul McGhee

10. “Smiles,” Gene Gimble

11. “You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat It Too,” Texas Tophands

(for BARBARA MARTIN of WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

12. “The Three Bears,” Leon McAuliffe

13. “Goodnight Little Sweetheart,” Johnnie Lee Wills w/Curly Lewis

(for CYNTHIA HACKATHORN)

14. “Lonesome Okie Going Home,” Merl Lindsay and His Oklahoma Nite Riders

(for HUGH KIERIG)

15. “Six Pack to Go,” Hank Thompson

 

2 JANUARY 2015

1. “I Got A Cinder in My Eye,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Gone Away,” Bill Anderson

3. “Jelly Roll Blues,” Billy Jack Wills and His Western Swing Band

(for GRANNY’S ATTIC SE)

4. “Let’s Get Drunk and Be Somebody,” Hank Thompson

(for BRAD & ANN JAMES and the GLASS LIFTERS)

5. “Take Five,” Mischievous Swing

6. “The Summer Wind,” Eddy Arnold

(for HAMILL TIME 1)

7. “Dust Off That Old Piano,” Roy Newman and His Boys

8. “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” Hot Texas Swing Band

9. “Right or Wrong,” Milton Brown and His Brownies

10. “Hallelujah I Love Him So,” Crystal Gayle

11. “Lazy John,” Johnnie Lee Wills

12. “Hot Rod Guitar,” Pete Drake

(for HAMILL TIME 2)

13. “Gee Baby,” Great Recession Orchestra

(for SUZIE CHELSEA)

14. “What’s the Matter with the Mill,” Moon Mullican

15. “Moonlight Waters,” Modern Mountaineers

26 DECEMBER 2105

1. “New San Antonio Rose,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “My Old Timey Baby,” Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks

3. “Corn Fed Arkansas Gal,” Luke Wills’ Rhythm Busters

4. “Tips & Beer,” Jacob Tovar and the Saddle Tramps

(for BETTYE and GARY and the GLASS LIFTERS)

5. “Corrine, Corrina,” Tulsa Playboys w/Vince Gill and Bob Wills

6. “San Antonio Rose,” Richard Hayman and His Orchestra

(for HAMILL TIME)

7. “Cheatin’ on You, Baby,” Hank Penny

8. “Take Me Back to Tulsa,” Billy Parker w/Johnnie Lee Wills

9. “Opening Theme/Rag Mop,” Johnnie Lee Wills and All the Boys

10. “Perdido,” Eddie Rivers

11. “I’m A Fool to Care,” Susie Blue & the Lonesome Fellas

12. “Draggin’ the Bow,” Curly Lewis

(for CYNTHIA HACKATHORN)

13. “Route 66,” Cherokee Maidens

14. “I Guess I’ve Been Dreaming Again,” Spade Cooley

15. “There’s A Man That Comes to Our House,” Sweet Violet Boys

(for JIM & JACKIE KARSTEIN and FRANK BROWN)

19 DECEMBER 2015

CHRISTMAS SHOW w/guest Monica Taylor of the Cherokee Maidens

1. “Santa’s on His Way,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Let It Snow,” Bob Wills’ Original Texas Playboys

3. “Just Because,” Cherokee Maidens

4. “Cherokee,” Cherokee Maidens

5. “Deck the Halls,” Steve Wariner

6. “When It’s Christmas on the Range,” Round Up Boys

7. “Blue Christmas,” Ernest Tubb

(for VICKY)

8. “My Favorite Time of the Year,” Jack Robertson

9. “Swan Lake Christmas,” Nokie Edwards and the Light Crust Doughboys

(for RICK ADAIR)

10. “Christmas in Waikiki,” David Ball

(for JANIS)

11. “Frosty the Snowman,” Dave Alexander

12. “Swingin’ Home for Christmas,” the Tractors

13. “Swingin’ Drummer Boy,” Asleep at the Wheel

14. “A Cowboy’s Christmas Song,” Leon McAuliffe

15. “Two-Step ‘Round the Christmas Tree,” Suzy Bogguss