20 OCTOBER 2012

1.  “Brain Cloudy Blues,” Bob Wills and HisTexasPlayboys 

2.  “It’s All Your Fault,” Cow Bop

3.  “Wine,” Mel Tillis

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “Kiss Me Honey (But Take Your Time),” Hank Penny

            (for JESSE MORRIS)

5.  “Ida Red,” A Bar Bunkhouse Band

            (for MARY TANNEHILL)

6.  “Birth of the Blues,” Noel Boggs

            (for JOHN HAMILL)

7.  “Hoppin’ inJoplin,” Maryann Price

8.  “Tiger Rag,” Roy Newman and His Boys

            (for POKEY LAFARGE)

9.  “Where’d You Stay Last Night,” Alvin Crow and His Pleasant Valley Boys
10. “Stardust,” Cliff Bruner and His Boys

11. “Don’t Count Your Chickens,” Lucky Stars 

12. “Bluebonnet Rag,” Bob Wills’ OriginalTexasPlayboys

13. “Mirror on the Wall,” Tommy Duncan

            (for DONNA MATTHEWS)

14. “Milk Cow Blues,” Billy Parker and Johnnie Lee Wills

15. “Cactus Set-Up,” Buddy Spicher

13 OCTOBER 2012

            Tune in for the big live two-hour show, live from Tulsa’s Cain’s Ballroom, the Carnegie Hall of western swing! Listen for music from the Tulsa Playboys, Cow Bop, and Don White, as Swing on This celebrates the 100th birthday of Tulsa music great Johnnie Lee Wills!

6 OCTOBER 2012

    

            Because of a computer snafu, only a few minutes of the special Sept. 29 show made it to the airwaves. So we ran it again on this date, and got every bit of it out this time.

 

 

 

 

29 SEPTEMBER 2012

“SAN ANTONIO ROSE” SHOWCASE

      W/THANKS TO JOHN HAMILL                  

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

2.  “Little White Lies,” Rebecca Kilgore and James Mason

3.  “Little Ole Wine Drinker Me,” Snooky Lanson

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “New San Antonio Rose,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

5.  “Rag Mop,” Johnnie Lee Wills

6.  “Who Calls You Sweet Mama Now,” Modern Mountaineers

            (for GREG and MELISSA)

7.  “San Antonio Rose,” Pee Wee King

8.  “All of Me,” A Bar Bunkhouse Band

9.  “San Antonio Rose,” Foy Willing and the Riders of the Purple Sage

            (for FARRELL BERRY)

10. “Somewhere My Love,” Red Steagall 

            (for RAY BINGHAM)

11. “San Antonio Rose,” Cow Bop

12. “Sweet Moments,” Blue Velvet Band 

13. “Panhandle Shuffle,” Billy Briggs and His X-I-T Boys

14. “It’s Dark Outside,” Spade Cooley

15. “San Antonio Rose,” Carson & Gaile

22 September 2012

1.  “There’s A Big Rock in the Road,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys 

2.  “Our Love Is Here to Stay,” the Gimbles

3.  “Swingin’ Doors,” Johnny Bond

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “Detour,” Peggy Rains

            (for TAMARA SPENCE)

5.  “Mama’s Gone Goodbye,” Bob Dunn’s Vagabonds

6.  “Tonight I’ll Make It Home to San Antone,” Curly Lewis

7.  “Across the Alley from theAlamo,” Cow Bop

8.  “Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

9. “Summertime,” Four Giants of Swing

            (for CURLY LEWIS)
10. “Rhythm Is Our Business,” Roy Newman and His Boys

11. “Slow Boat to China’,” Tom Morrell and His Time-Warp Tophands

            (for LILA MARTINI) 

12. “Twinkle Little Star,” Jack Stidham and Keith Coleman

13. “Along the Navajo Trail,” Quebe Sisters Band

            (for GLENDA SILVEY)

14. “Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy,” Leon McAuliffe

            (for RICHARD SCHRUM)

15. “Fat Boy Rag,” Johnny Gimble

15 SEPTEMBER 2012

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

2. “We Three,” Wayne Hancock

3. “Hoodle Addle,” Leon McAuliff

            (for JOHN HAMILL)

4. “Me and Millie, Stompin’ Grapes and Gettin’ Silly,” Ronnie Sessions

            (for THE GLASS LIFTERS)

5. “Pipeliner’s Blues,” Modern Mountaineers

6. “Lost in the Ozone,” Commander Cody

            (for MARK & JACKIE DARRAH)

7. “Slow Poke,” Pee Wee King

            (for JESSE MORRIS)

8. “Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me,” Suzy Bogguss

9. “Four or Five Times,” Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers

10. “Dinah,” Cow Bop

11. “I Want More Mustard on My Hot Dog,” Doye O’Dell

            (for GUY T.MILLER)

12. “Deep Water,” Dakota Dave Hull and Sean Blackburn

13. “Joe Turner Blues,” Adolph Hofner and His Texans

14. “Take Me Back to Tulsa,” Billy Parker and Johnnie Lee Wills

15. “Deep Elm Blues,” Prairie Ramblers

8 SEPTEMBER 2012

                             DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF CECIL SMITH

 

  1. “Running Bear,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
  2. “When the Bloom Is on the Sage,” Cow Bop
  3. “Opus One,” Leon McAuliffe
  4. “Chew Tobacco Rag,” Spade Cooley and His Orchestra
  5. “Scotch & Soda,” Hank Thompson                                                                        (for the GLASS LIFTERS)
  6. “Listen to the Rhythm of the Range,” Gene Autry
  7. “Over Moonlit Waters,” Rompin’ Stompin’ Texans
  8. “Four, Five, or Six Times,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies
  9. “Undecided,” Brazos Valley Boys
  10. “Somebody’s Pushin,’” Tommy Duncan
  11. “Fiddle Swing,” Bob Boatright
  12. “The Queen of San Joaquin,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys                            (for CURLY LEWIS)
  13. “Texas in My Soul,” Leon Rausch                                                                           (for BARBARA MARTIN at WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)
  14. “Dust Off That Old Piano,” Roy Newman and His Boys                                          (for JESSE MORRIS)
  15. “OKC,” Paul Kelly

1 SEPTEMBER 2012

1.  “Blues for Dixie,” Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan

2.  “Maiden’s Prayer,” Asleep at the Wheel w/the Squirrel Nut Zippers

3.  “I Ought to Break Your Neck,” Roy Newman and His Boys

(for JESSE MORRIS)

4.  “High Voltage Gal,” Luke Wills

5.  “That Little Old Wine Drinker Me,” Mel Tillis

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

6.  “Oh, You Pretty Woman,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

7.  “Life to Legend,” Gene Hensley

8.  “Legion Hall Strut,” Steve Bagsby

9. “My Sweet Thing,” Tune Wranglers

(for GUY T. MILLER)
10. “Rockin’ Robin,” Leon McAuliff

(for JOHN HAMILL)

11. “The Band’s-A Rockin’,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

12. “Cow Cow Boogie,” Cow Bop

13. “Old Waterfall,” Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys

(for CAT and CHRIS BURTON)

14. “Darktown Strutters’ Ball,” Ray Pennington and Buddy Emmons

15. “Sam, the Old Accordion Man,” Adolph Hofner and His Texans

25 AUGUST 2012

1.  “Don’t Count Your Chickens,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

2.  “Brown Skinned Gal/Right or Wrong,” Merle Haggard

(for AMANDA and KORT BESORE)

3.  “Sleep Walker’s Lullaby,” Jimmy Bryant and Speedy West

4.  “New Wine in Old Bttles,” Hank Thompson

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

5.  “Railroad Boogie,” Pee Wee King

(for JESSE MORRIS and CECIL SMITH)

6.  “One Little Dream of You,” Leon McAuliffe

7.  “Yes, Sir,” John England and His Western Swingers

(for BARBARA MARTIN of WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

8.  “Grade `A’ Pasteurized Baby,” Merl Lindsay and His Oklahoma Nite Riders

9.  “Pride Was the First to Go,” Curly Lewis

10. “Time Changes Everything,” Cow Bop

11. “Holdin’ the Sack,” Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys

(for CAT and CHRIS BURTON)

12. “I’ll Never Be Free,” Tennessee Ernie Ford and Kay Starr

13. “All of Me,” Tom Morrell and His Time-Warp Tophands

(for JOHN HAMILL)

14. “Watch Me Swing,” Tractors

15. “Swing Town,” Roy Ferguson

18 AUGUST 2012

1.  “Memory No. 1,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

(for ERIC HARRIS)

2.  “The Coat and Pants Do All the Work,” Hoosier Hot Shots

(for WAYNE MCCOMBS)

3.  “Columbus Stockade Blues,” Hot Club of Cowtown

4.  “Carmen’s Boogie,” Spade Cooley

5.  “Here’s to the Horses,” Johnny Russell

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

6.  “Don’t Ever Take My Picture Down,” Tractors

7.  “String of Pearls,” Leon McAuliffe

8.  “Red Lips,” Bill Boyd

(for GUY T. MILLER)

9. “Rosetta,” Asleep at the Wheel w/Leon Rausch
10. “Oo Ooh Daddy,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

11. “Sleepytime Down South,” Cow Bop

12. “You Got to Know How to Truck and Swing,” Modern Mountaineers

13. “Milk Cow Blues,” Billy Jack Wills’ Western Swing Band

14. “The Stars,” Great Recession Orchestra

15. “Frankie and Johnny,” Al Clauser and His Oklahoma Outlaws