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Featured Books

OLD FEARS - 40TH Anniversary Editition

In this groundbreaking novel, which has been called “a modern masterpiece” and “the quintessential horror story,” Mick Winters comes home after twenty years to find his worst childhood fears waiting for him–as deadly realities.

Twentieth-Century Honky-Tonk

The Amazing Unauthorized Story of the Cain’s Ballroom’s First 75 Years in the words of the people who made it happen. From 1924 through 1999, TCHT tells it all, from Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys to U2, the Police, and Van Halen—as Cain’s became an essential stop for breakout acts and cosmic cowboys.

The Cleansing Trilogy

Join WPA folklore collector Robert A. Brown and his seventh sense in the fear-fraught hills of 1939 Arkansas. Get caught up on all the strange magic, weird secrets, and way-out witchery in the critically acclaimed SEVENTH SENSE and its sequel, SATAN’S SWINE.

Thanks-Thanks A Lot - Special Signed Copy

Billy Parker’s sincere nod to those who helped make him what he is today: a performer with several national hits; a trailblazing, multiple-award-winning deejay; and nothing less than the Voice of Oklahoma. Pre-order your signed copy today!

Latest News

17 SEPTEMBER 2022

After nearly 20 years of SWING ON THIS, I’m still airing songs from acts almost every week who have never appeared on the playlist before.

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10 SEPTEMBER 2022

Last week on SWING ON THIS, I wandered fairly far outside the lines again, playing a cut from a 1976 concept album called CLASSICAL COUNTRY,

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3 SEPTEMBER 2022

Last week on SWING ON THIS, I wandered fairly far outside the lines again, playing a cut from a 1976 concept album called CLASSICAL COUNTRY,

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20 AUGUST 2022

Although a case could probably be made for steel-guitarist and future bandleader Leon McAuliffe, Tommy Duncan was the most high-profile of all Bob Wills’ Texas

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