11 AUGUST 2012

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

(for JAMES VANCE)

2.  “Keep Them Cold Icy Fingers Off of Me,” Pee Wee King

(for CECIL SMITH)

3.  “Wind,” Sons of the Pioneers

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

5.  “Beer Drinking Music,” Red Steagall

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

6.  “Tenderly,” Noel Boggs Quintet

(for JOHN HAMILL)

7.  “Without Your Love,” Paul Kelly

8.  “When There’s Tears in the Eye of A Potato,” Roy Newman and His Boys

(for JESSE MORRIS)

9.  “Lonely Heart of Mine,” Smokey Wood and His Wood Chips

(for CLAYTON VEALE)

10. “It’s A Sin to Tell A Lie,” Cow Bop

11. “Milk Cow Blues,” Eldon Shamblin

(for TOM and SANDY STERLING)

12. “Sweet Lynda Fern,” Curly Lewis

(for MARK and JACKIE DARRAH)

13. “Shrimps on the Plate,” Hot Texas Swing Band

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

(for BRETT BINGHAM)

15. “St. Louis Blues,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

 

4 AUGUST 2012

1.  “Little Liza Jane,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2.  “Slow Boat to China” Great Recession Orchestra

3.  “Honey in the Horn,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

(for CURLY LEWIS)

4.  “Tearjoint,” Jerry Lane

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

5.  “Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby,” Rex Griffin

(for JESSE MORRIS)

6.  “Blues Stay Away from Me,” Asleep at the Wheel

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

8.  “Besame Mucho” Cow Bop

(for BARBARA MARTIN of WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

9.  “Fat Boy Rag,” Johnny Gimble

10. “Standin’ on the Corner,” Jimmie Rodgers

11. “Over Nevada,” Buck Pizzarelli and His West Texas Tumbleweeds

12. “Maiden’s Prayer,” Jack Stidham and Keith Coleman

13. “Love Letters in the Sand,” Joe Paul Nichols

14. “Riverboat Shuffle,” Junior Brown

15. “Primrose Lane,” Leon McAuliff

28 JULY ’12

 

GUEST: SHELBY EICHER

1.  “It’s All Your Fault,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

2.  “Faded Love,” John T. Wills and the Sons of Swing

3.  “Riding to Glory,” Smokey Wood & the Wood Chips

4.  “Sick, Sober, and Sorry,” Tom Morrell and the Time-Warp Tophands

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

5.  “Till I Waltz Again with You,” Pee Wee King

(for JESSE MORRIS and CECIL SMITH)

6.  “Take the `A’ Train,” Roy Clark and Gatemouth Brown

7.  “Ding Dong Daddy,” Brady Bowen

8.  “I Love You,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies

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

(for CURLY LEWIS)

10. “Black and Blue,” Roy Newman and His Boys

11. “Somewhere South of San Antone,” Hot Texas Swing Band

12. “On the Alamo,” Jimmie Rivers and the Cherokees

13. “What, Where, and When,” Leon McAuliffe

(for GUY T. MILLER)

21 July 2012

1.  “Miss Molly,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

(for MOLLY MARTIN)

2.  “OKC,” Paul Kelly

3.  “Hangover Tavern,” Hank Thompson and the Brazos Valley Boys

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “Cowboy Man,” Lyle Lovett

(for JACK and CAROLE BENDER and JANIS)

5.  “Hot Dog Stomp,” Roy Newman and His Boys

(for JESSE MORRIS)

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

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

(for BARBARA MARTIN of WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

8.  “Driftin’ Texas Sand,” Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers

9.  “Pennies from Heaven,” Merle Haggard

10. “Texas Playboy Rag,” Spade Cooley and His Orchestra

11. “This Room Is So Crowded,” Round Up Boys

12. “It’s My Time Now,” Roy Newman and His Boys

(for CAT and CHRIS BURTON)

13. “It’s a Sin to Tell A Lie,” Cow Bop

14. “Gospel Boogie,” Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys

(for CECIL SMITH and JESSE MORRIS)

15. “Sold Out Doc,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

14 JULY 2012

1.  “Jolie Blond Likes the Boogie,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

2.  “So Rare,” Brazos Valley Boys

3.  “Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby,” Roy Newman and His Boys

(for JESSE MORRIS)

4.  “Nothing But the Best for My Baby,” Truitt Cunningham

5.  “Railroad Boogie,” Pee Wee King

(for CECIL SMITH)

6.  “I’ll Never Be Free,” Peggy Rains and Billy Parker

(for JIMMY BERG)

7.  “Over Moonlit Waters,” Rompin’ Stompin’ Texans

8.  “What’s Made Milwaukee Famous,” Hank Thompson

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

9.  “So Long to the Red River Valley,” Quebe Sisters Band

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

11. “Time Changes Everything,” the Oklahoma Swing Project w/Red Steagall

12. “Rhythm in the Air,” Blue Ridge Playboys

(for GUY T. MILLER)

13. “Rainy Day Monday Blues,” Johnny Gimble

14. “Just Because You’re in Deep Elem,” Shelton Brothers

(for TOM BOONE)

15. “Washington and Lee Swing,” Milton Brown

7 JULY 2012

1.  “Silver Lake Blues,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2.  “Bootlegger Blues,” Great Recession Orchestra

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

3.  “Sweet Mama Hurry Home or I’ll be Gone,” Tommy Duncan

(for the BRANSTETTER FAMILY)

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

5.  “Don’t Be That Way,” Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys

(for DON and PAT WILLIAMS)

6.  “Paddy on the Turnpike,” J.C. Broughton

7.  “I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead, You Rascal You,” Chris Daniels and the Kings

8.  “What It Means to be Blue,” Tex Russell and the Hollywood Cowboys

9.  “Keeper of My Heart,” Texas Playboy Reunion w/Glynn Duncan

10. “Ole Buttermilk Sky,” Crystal Gayle

11. “Sundown Blues,” Texas Wanderers

12. “Little Coquette,” Noel Boggs

(for JOHN HAMILL)

13. “Mary Lou,” Roy Newman and His Boys

14. “Swing City,” Roger Brown and Swing City

(for LINDA MARTIN)

15. “Lover’s Leap,” Leon McAuliffe

30 June 2012

1.  “Jobob Rag,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

2.  “Boogie Baby,” Great Recession Orchestra

3.  “Who’s Gonna Love Me,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys

(for ELBERT MCCULLOUGH)

4.  “Oklahoma Stomp,” Rompin’ Stompin’ Texans

5.  “Party Dolls and Wine,” Red Steagall w/Charley Pride

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

6.  “It Ain’t Right,” Washboard Wonders

7.  “One Sweet Letter from You,” Spade Cooley

(for BARBARA MARTIN of WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

8.  “Theme Song/Have You Ever Been Lonely,” Round Up Boys

9.  “Mean Mistreater,” Bob Dunn’s Vagabonds

10. “Si Si Senorita,” Luke Wills’ Rhythm Busters

11. “The Nearness of You,” Paul Moore

12. “Can’t Nobody Truck Like Me,” Blue Ridge Playboys

(for GUY T. MILLER)

13. “Hot As I Am,” Saddle Tramps

14. “When It’s Sleepytime Down South,” Monica Taylor

15. “Sweet Mama Blues,” Tune Wranglers

23 June 2012

1.  “Running Bear,” Bob Wills w/Johnny Preston

2.  “This Side of Town,” Leon McAuliffe

3.  “When the Last Bottle Is Gone,” Hot Texas Swing Band

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “Jazz Me Blues,” Billy Jack Wills and His Western Swing Band

(for SCOTT GREGORY)

5.  “I’ve Had It With You,” Christine Mims

6.  “Blue Suede Shoes,” Pee Wee King

(for CECIL SMITH)

7.  “Tuxedo Junction,” Johnny Gimble

8.  “Blue Melody,” Hank Penny

(for JESSE MORRIS)

9.  “I Cut My Teeth on Good Old Western Swing,” Gene Henslee

10. “Better Quit It Now,” Adolph Hofner and His Texans

(for DON and PAT WILLIAMS)

11. “Maria Elena,” Los Indios Tabajaras

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

(for DEBBYE SCROGGINS and THUNDERBIRD BERRY FARM)

13. “I’ll Cry Instead,” Peggy Rains

14. “Oklahoma — 1955,” Les Gilliam

15. “Mr. Bassman,” Maryann Price w/Ray Benson

June 16, 2012

1.  “Fan It,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

(for JACK RAMSEY)

2.  “Ida Red,” Ricky Boen & Texas Mud

3.  “Warm Red Wine,” Hank Thompson

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

4.  “Honey, There Ain’t No Pleasin’ You,” Bud Hobbs

5.  “Whose Heart Are You Breaking Now,” Johnnie Lee Wills

(for CURLY LEWIS)

6.  “Out of Nowhere,” Tiny Moore and Jethro Burns

(for DR. BILL SALWAECHTER)

7.  “Along the Navajo Trail,” Hot Club of Cowtown

(for JOHN MCCONNELL)

8.  “Rheumatism Boogie,” Moon Mullican

9.  “Blue Shadows on the Trail,” Curly Lewis

10. “Moonglow,” Diddy Wah Diddy

11. “Okie Blonde,” Billy Gray

(for GUY T. MILLER)

12. “My Mary,” Ole Rasmussen and His Cornhuskers

13. “Tain’t What You Want,” Pee Wee King

(for CECIL SMITH)

14. “I’m in the Doghouse Again,” Dick Reinhardt

15. “(Gotta Get to) Oklahoma City,” Luke Wills’ Rhythm Busters

June 9th, 2012

GUEST: SHELBY EICHER

1.  “It Never Can Be,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2.  “Time Changes Everything,” Cow Bop

3.  “Talihina Hula,” Steve Bagsby

4.  “A Horse Like You,” Juni Fisher

(for STEVE CLEM)

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

(for the GLASS LIFTERS)

6.  “What Makes Bob Holler,” Texas Playboys

7.  “I Can’t Get Started,” Merle Haggard

8.  “Dip Snuff Stomp,” Billy Briggs and his X-I-T Boys

9.  “Cold, Cold Heart,” Jack Stidham and Keith Coleman

10. “Polecat Creek,” John T. Wills and the Sons of Swing

11. “My Window Faces the South,” Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

(for MARK and JACKIE DARRAH)

12. “Tennessee Tango,” Pee Wee King

(for CECIL SMITH)

13. “Texas Stomp,” Roy Newman and His Boys

14. “Marie,” Marshall Ford Swing Bandl

(for BARBARA MARTIN, WESTERN SWING MONTHLY)

15. “Cowboy’s Dream,” Sons of the Pioneers

(for CURLY LEWIS)