9 APRIL 2016

(NOTE: Since this will be a live broadcast marking the end of the spring pledge drive at Public Radio Tulsa, not all of these songs may get on the air. Then again, it’s possible I could add another one or two. It’s live. Anything could happen.)

1. “Moonlight and Roses,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Unforgettable,” Merle Haggard

3. “Hollywood and Wine,” Rodney Lay and the Wild West

(for JAMES & BETSY EDWARDS and the GLASS LIFTERS)

4. “Am I Blue,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

5. “Green Light,” the Quebe Sisters Band

(for BRETT BINGHAM)

6. “Let’s Pretend,” the Sons of the Pioneers

(for JACK & CAROLE BENDER)

7. “Bump Bounce Boogie,” Asleep at the Wheel

8. “Take It Away, Leon,” Leon McAuliffe

9. “Deep in the Heart of Texas,” Leon Rausch

10. ”You Better Do It Now,” Spade Cooley

11. “San Antonio Rose,” Polly & Bill Bergen

(for HAMILL TIME)

2 APRIL 2016

1. “Loveless Love,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Night Life,” Brazos Valley Boys

(for CYNTHIA HACKATHORN)

3. “It’s All Your Fault,” Jimmie Rivers and the Cherokees

4. “Without My Baby,” Red Dirt Rangers

5. “Pink Champagne,” Merl Lindsay and His Oklahoma Nite Riders

(for BRAD & ANN JAMES and the GLASS LIFTERS)

6. “Get Me to the Church on Time,” Kelso Herston and the Guitar Kings

7. “San Antonio Rose,” Patsy Cline

(for HAMILL TIME)

8. “The Freckle Song,” Hank Penny

(f0r STEVE RIPLEY and JACK & CAROLE BENDER)

9. “River of Swing,” Dakota Dave Hull and Sean Blackburn

10. “Milk Cow Blues,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

11. “Route 66,” Cherokee Maidens

(for DR. BILL SALWAECHTER)

12. “Don’t Fence Me In,” Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters

13. “Payday Blues,” Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks

14. “12th Street Rag,” Roy Newman and His Boys

15. “Tuxedo Junction,” Billy Jack Wills and His Western Swing Band

26 MARCH 2016

1. “Playboy Stomp,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

(for TODD BRANSTETTER)

2. “Along the Navajo Trail,” Hot Texas Swing Band

3. “Steel Guitar Wipeout,” Bob White

(for HAMILL TIME)

4. “Drunkard’s Blues,” Pine Valley Cosmonauts w/Kelly Hogan

(for KY HOUSTON and the GLASS LIFTERS)

5. “I’m Just A Lucky So and So,” Gene Gimble

(for BARBARA MARTIN at WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

6. “Slush,” Johnnie Lee Wills

7. “Love Is A Lingering Thing,” Suzie Blue and the Lonesome Fellas

8. “Honky Tonkin’,” Spade Cooley

9. “The Three Bears,” Leon McAuliff and His Cimarron Boys

10. “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” Hoosier Hot Shots

(for WAYNE MCCOMBS)

11. “You’re Bound to Look Like A Monkey,” Hank Penny

(for MARK and JACKIE DARRAH)

12. “She’s No Lady,” Lyle Lovett

(for JACK and CAROLE BENDER and JANIS)

13. “You, You Darlin’,” Herb Jeffries

14. “Take Five,” Mischievous Swing

15. “Cool Water,” Floyd Cramer

19 MARCH 2016

1. “William Tell,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Why Don’t We Do This More Often,” Gene Gimble

3. “Oh! Swing It,” Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys

(for CAT & CHRIS BURTON)

4. “Teardrops on the Rocks,” Hank Thompson

(for JEANNIE and WES BENGE and the GLASS LIFTERS and JIM HALSEY)

5. “Hillbilly Be-Bop,” Hank Penny

6. “Rawhide,” Floyd Cramer

7. “Hoppin’ in Joplin,” Maryann Price

8. “Rag Mop,” Johnnie Lee Wills

(for CYNTHIA HACKATHORN)

9. “Rag Mop,” Billy Vaughn

(for SUZIE CHELSEA)

10. “Gunsmoke,” Rich O’Brien

11. “Blue Steel Blues,” Tom Morrell and His Time-Warp Tophands

12. “Country Weddin’ Day,” Ole Rasmussen and His Cornhuskers

13. “I’ll Sail My Ship Alone,” Moon Mullican

14. “T-U-L-S-A, Straight Ahead,” Bob Wills’ Original Texas Playboys

15. “Happy Trails,” Roy Rogers and Dale Evans

12 MARCH 2016

1. “A Big Ball in Cowtown (We’ll Dance Around),” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “I’ll Cry Instead,” Peggy Rains

3. “Red Necks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer,” Johnny Russell

(for SAM & PAULA BARRETT and the GLASS LIFTERS)

4. “You’re Sixteen,” Round Up Boys

5. “Moonglow,” Tommy Crook

(for LESLIE TAYLOR)

6. “Invitation to the Blues,” Patti Page

7. “Shimmy Shakin’ Daddy,” Merl Lindsay and His Oklahoma Nite Riders

8. “Burnin’ the Toast,” Suzy Bogguss

9. “San Antonio Rose,” Billy Liebert

(for HAMILL TIME)

10. “I’ll be Glad When You’re Dead, You Rascal You,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

11. “Let’s Think About Living,” Eddie McAlvain

12. “Steel Guitar Rag,” Reno and Smiley

13. “These Boots Are Made for Walking,” Cow Bop

14. “Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon,” Cow Bop

15. “Okie Boogie,” Jack Stidham and Keith Coleman

5 MARCH 2016

1. “Liebstraum,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Ridin’ Down the Canyon/Cowboy’s Dream,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

(for CYNTHIA HACKATHORN)

3. “Sorry, I Thought You Were Someone I Knew,” Men of Extinction

4. “Two Eyes, Two Lips, But No Heart,” Doye O’Dell

(for GUY T. MILLER)

5. “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink,” Merle Haggard

(for ERNIE SMART JR. and the GLASS LIFTERS)

6. “She’s A Hum Dum Dinger,” Buddy Jones

(for CAROLE & JACK BENDER)

7. “Tumbling Tumbleweeds,” Clint Eastwood

(for HAMILL TIME)

8. “Snatchin’ and Grabbin,” the Barn Door Slammers

9. “I Wish I Had A Job to Shove,” Rodney Lay

10. “Las Vegas, Nevada,” Les “Carrot Top” Anderson

11. “Too Much Fun,” Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

(for MARK & JACKIE DARRAH and CHAD HINES)

12. “St. James Infirmary,” Shoot Low Sheriff

13. “Three Good Reasons,” Jacob Tovar and the Saddle Tramps

(for MARY BETH BABCOCK at DWELLING SPACES)

14. “Sentimental Journey,” Hillbilly Jazz

27 FEBRUARY 2016

1. “I’m A Ding Dong Daddy (from Dumas), Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Open That Gate,” John England and the Western Swingers

(for BARBARA MARTIN of WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

3. “Faded Love,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

4. “Through the Bottom of the Glass,” Hank Thompson

(for GARY & BETTYE and the GLASS LIFTERS and JIM HALSEY)

5. “Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring,” Floyd Domino and Maryann Price

6. “Maiden’s Prayer,” the Fantastic Fiddles of Felix Slatkin

(for HAMILL TIME)

7. “The Lady in Red,” the Prairie Ramblers

8. ” Cherokee,” the Cherokee Maidens

(for DR. BILL SALWAECHTER)

9. “Medley,” Tommy Crook and Paul McGhee

10. “Pipeliner Blues,” Moon Mullican

(for STEVE RIPLEY)

11. “My Heart Belongs to Daddy,” Cow Bop

12. “Back up A Little Bit,” Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys

13. “Let’s Ride with Bob,” Tom Morrell and the Time-Warp Tophands

14. “One of Us Was Wrong,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

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