26 JANUARY 2013

                 GUESTS: ANNIE ELLICOTT, MARK BRUNER, AND SHELBY EICHER
 

1.  “So Long, I’ll See You Later,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys 

            (for JIM JEFFRIES, THE OLD HOOT OWL)

2.  “’Deed I Do,” Eicher, Ellicott, and Bruner

3.  “Baby, That Sure Would Go Good,” Bob Wills’ Texas Playboys

4.  “Dream A Little Dream of Me,” Eicher, Ellicott, and Bruner

5.  “Hang up and Drive,” Junior Brown

            (for MARGE and DENNIS ROPER)

6.  “Dirty Hangover Blues,”W. Lee O’Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys

            (for CURLY LEWIS, WESTERN SWING MONTHLY’S MAN OF THE YEAR)

7.  “Swingin’ Doors,” Johnny Bond

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

8.  “Little Rock Getaway,” Bordertown Bootleggers

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

            (for GUY T. MILLER)

10. “Woodchopper’s Ball,” Leon McAuliffe

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

12. “The Wild Side of Life,” Carson & Gaile

            (for HAMILL TIME)

13. “I’ll Keep My Old Guitar,” Adolf Hofner and His Texans

19 JANUARY 2013

1.  “I Hit the Jackpot (When I Won You),” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys 

2.  “No, Not Much,” Hot Texas Swing Band

3.  “Ten Little Bluebirds in My Lapel,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

            (for CURLY LEWIS)

4.  “12th Street Rag,” Billy Contreras

5.  “My Sweet Papa,” Al Clauser and His Oklahoma Outlaws

6.  “What’s the Matter with the Mill,” Hot Club of Cowtown

7.  “I’ll Drink toThat,” Billy Parker

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

8.  “Canadian Sunset,” Paul Moore

9.  “The Devil’s Dream,” Ralph Hunter Choir

            (for HAMILL TIME)

10. “Take Me Back to Tulsa,” Round Up Boys

            (for BOB FJELDSTED)

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

12. “Oklahoma Hills,” Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys

13. “Sadie Green (The Vamp of New Orleans),” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

14. “Blue Suede Shoes,” Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys

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

            (for JIM KARSTEIN)

12 JANUARY 2013

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

2.  “Peroxide Blond,” Hank Penny and His California Cowboys

3.  “Cigareetes, Whusky, and Wild, Wild Women,” Red Ingle & His Natural Seven

            (for THE GLASS LIFTERS)

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

5.  “Hillbilly Jazz,” Vassar Clements

6.  “The Sheik of Araby,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

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

            (for JOHN HAMILL)

8.  “Blue Accordion Blues,” Bob Skyles and His Skyrockets

9.  “Roly Poly,” Shoot Low Sheriff

10. “Swing Town,” Roy Ferguson

11. “I’m Headed Back to Austin Tonight,” Junior Brown 

12. “Memories of You, Dear,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

            (for CURLY LEWIS)

13. “One Little Dream of You,” Leon McAuliffe and His Western Swing Band

14. “Marie,” Oklahoma Swing Project

15. “Shine On Harvest Moon,” Roy Newman and His Boys

            (for JESSE MORRIS)

16. “Palimony,” Leon Rausch

 

 

5 JANUARY 2013

1.  “Texas Drummer Boy,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys 

            (for ROSS SELF)

2.  “Triflin’ Gal,” Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys

            (for CAT and CHRIS BURTON)

3.  “Blues, Booze, and Baby on My Mind,” Donnie Rohr

            (HAMILL TIME/for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “She’s A Rounder,” Sunshine Boys

            (for STEVE RIPLEY)

5.  “Almost to Tulsa,” Junior Brown

6.  “Rhapsody in Blue/I Got Rhythm,” 4 Giants of Swing

            (for CURLY LEWIS, WESTERN SWING MONTHLY’S MAN OF THE YEAR)

7.  “Bubbles in My Beer,” Leon Rausch

8.  “Who’s Gonna Love You When I’m Gone,” Al Dexter and His Troopers

9.  “The Thingamajig,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

            (for BARBARA MARTIN, WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

10. “It’s All Your Fault,” Cow Bop

11. “In the Mood,” Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass

            (in memory of CECIL SMITH) 

12. “Rock-A-Bye Baby Blues,” Billy Jack Wills and His Western Swing Band

13. “Cotton Fields,” Tony Harrison

14. “That’s My Weakness Now,” Hank Penny and Jaye P. Morgan

29 December 2012

                                            NEW YEAR’S EVE SHOW
                                             CURLY LEWIS BIRTHDAY SHOW                       
1.  “What’s the Matter with the Mill,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys             (for BRETT BINGHAM)

2.  “Mississippi Delta Blues,” Shoot Low Sheriff

3.  “A Steel Guitar and A Glass of Wine,” Paul Anka

            (for JOHN HAMILL and THE GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “Oklahoma Gal,” Brazos Valley Boys

5.  “Hillbilly Be Bop,” Hank Penny

            (for JESSE MORRIS)

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

7.  “Blue Guitar Stomp,” Leon McAuliffe and His Western Swing Band

8.  “Hang up and Drive,” Junior Brown

9.  “Shenandoah,” Curly Lewis

10. “Somebody’s Been Using That Thing,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

            (for STEVE RIPLEY)

11. “Sales Tax,” Great Recession Orchestra 

12. “Blackberry Boogie,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

13. “Swat the Love Bug,” Bob Skyles and His Skyrockets

            (for GUY T. MILLER)

14. “Talking `Bout You,” Johnnie Lee Wills

15. “One Day at a Time,” Western Swing Giants

 

22 December 2012

CHRISTMAS SHOW

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

            (for SUSAN)

2.  “Mr. Santa,” Suzy Bogguss

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

4.  “Sidemeat’s Christmas Goose,” Riders in the Sky

5.  “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” Original Texas Playboys

6.  “Christmas in Jail,” Asleep at the Wheel

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

7.  “Swan Lake Christmas,” Light Crust Doughboys

            (for JOHN HAMILL)

8.  “Jingle Bell Rock,” George Strait

9.  “What’s That Got to Do with Jesus,” Red Dirt Rangers

10. “Joy to the World,” Dicky Overbey and Bobby Flores

11. “Jack Frost and the Grizzly Grizzly Bear,” Michael Aitch Price 

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

13. “Django Bells,” the Gypsy Hombres

14. “Santa Claus Boogie,” Tractors

15. “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” Debbie Campbell

8 DECEMBER 2012

1.  “Never No More Blues,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

2.  “Oklahoma — 1955,” Les Gilliam

3.  “Frisco Line,” Guy Mitchell

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “She’s Built Like A Great Big Fiddle,” Bob Skyles and His Skyrockets

            (for GUY T. MILLER)

5.  “The Way You Look Tonight,” Tony Harrison

6.  “The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma,” the Sons of the Pioneers

            (for TIM RAMSEY)

7.  “From A Jack to a King,” Round Up Boys

8.  “31st Street Blues,” Leon’s Lone Star Cowboys

9.  “Caravan,” 4 Giants of Swing

            (for CURLY LEWIS)

10. “Somebody Stole My Gal,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

11. “Red River Valley,” Buck Pizzarelli and His West Texas Cowboys

12. “Steel Guitar Rag,” Living Guitars

            (for JOHN HAMILL) 

13. “Ruidoso,” Leon Rausch

14. “We’re Gonna Go Fishin’,” Spade Cooley Orchestra

1 DECEMBER 2012

 

                                            “SWING ON THIS” PLAYLISTS

 

                                                             1 DECEMBER 2012

 

            DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF PHIL STONE AND ROCKY CAPLE

 

 

 

1.  “I Can’t Be Satisfied,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys 

 

2.  “Hang Up and Drive,” Junior Brown

 

3.  “The Cork and the Bottle,” Jimmy Skinner

 

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

 

4.  “Along the Navajo Trail,” Buck Pizzarelli and His West Texas Cowboys

 

5.  “Twin Guitar Boogie,” Leon McAuliffe

 

6.  “I Wonder If You Feel the Way I Do,” Bob Wills’ Texas Playboys w/ Merle Haggard

 

            (for JOHN McDONNELL)

 

7.  “Twin Steel Guitar Rag,” Stonehorse w/Rocky Caple

 

8.  “What A Wonderful World,” Ray Price

 

9.  “Ramblers’ Stomp,” Doug Bine & His Dixie Ramblers

 

10. “What Is This Thing Called Love,” Cow Bop

 

11. “Heartless Fool,” Spade Cooley Big Band 

 

12. “Oo Oooh Daddy,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

 

            (for CURLY LEWIS)

 

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

 

14. “Take Me Back to Tulsa,” Round Up Boys

 

            (for RAMONE RIVERA)

 

24 NOVEMBER 2012

                                                24 NOVEMBER 2012

1.  “The Girl I Left Behind Me,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

2.  “Tulsa Playboys Theme,” the Tulsa Playboys

3.  “I’m Headed Back to Austin Tonight,” Junior Brown

4.  “Bartender’s Polka,” Hank Thompson’s’ Brazos Valley Boys

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

5.  “In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

6.  “Celery Stalks at Midnight,” Tom Morrell and His Time-Warp Tophands

            (for GEORGE and LORENE)

7.  “Trying to be True,” the Modern Mountaineers

8.  “So Rare,” the Brazos Valley Boys

            (for RICHARD SHRUM)

9.  “Mistreated Blues,” Leon’s Lone Star Cowboys

            (for GUY T. MILLER)

10. “Green Door,” Leon McAuliff

            (for JOHN HAMILL)

11. “Knuckle Head,” Jesse Ashlock

12. “Back Up A Little Bit,” Hank Penny

            (for JESSE MORRIS) 

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

            (for CURLY LEWIS)

14. “Sixteen Tons,” Shoot Low Sheriff

15. “Don’t Count Your Dreams,” Jimmie Widener

15 NOVEMBER 2012

                                                            15 NOVEMBER 2012

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

2.  “Texas Blues,” Tony Harrison

            (for BARBARA MARTIN, WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

3.  “That’s Your Red Wagon,” Tommy Duncan

4.  “Drink the Barrel Dry,” Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers

            (for the GLASS LIFTERS)

5.  “Ragg Mopp,” A Bar Bunkhouse Band

6.  “Give Back My Heart,” Lyle Lovett

            (for the BENDERS and JANIS)

7.  “You Better Do It Now,” Spade Cooley

            (for CHUCK  AYERS)

8.  “Fort Worth, Texas,” Shoot Low Sheriff

9.  “Muskrat Ramble,” Leon McAuliffe

            (for CURLY LEWIS)
10. “Up Jumped the Devil,” the Tune Wranglers

            (for GUY T. MILLER)

11. “It Had to Be You,” Diddy Wah Diddy 

12. “AfterHours Blues,” Jimmy Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys

13. “Tulsa on A Saturday Night,” Benny Kubiak

            (for TODD BRANSTETTER)

14. “Somebody Else’s Trouble,” Paul Howard and His Cotton Pickers

15. “Just Because,” Foy Willing and the Riders of the Purple Sage

            (for JOHN HAMILL)