10 JULY 2021

This Saturday, SWING ON THIS features a few Bob Wills classics interpreted by others, including Ida Red (from that group’s brand-new album), the Nashville Seven, Billly Parker, and Bob’s brother Johnnie Lee. In addition, the Great American Songbook is once again represented with swingin’ versions of pop tunes by Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, and George Gershwin. 
        

And on top of all that, how about a glass-lifter with one of the greatest titles of all time? That’d be “Beam Me Up, Mr. Scotch” by the Hot Texas Swing Band. Plus, twistin’ Tommy Allsup with the latest in our “San Antonio Rose” parade.
        

It’s a fun-filled hour of western swing, cowboy jazz, and maybe a surprise or two, so c’m’on along! It all starts at 7 p.m. Tulsa time, over T-town’s KWGS, 89.5 FM, and live streaming everywhere in the cosmos at publicradiotulsa.org

 

1. “I Thank You, Mr. Moon,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

2. “Blues in the Night,” Michael H. Price and His Western Swingmasters

(for CAROLE & JACK BENDER)

3. “Beam Me Up, Mr. Scotch,” Hot Texas Swing Band

(for DALE CLARK and the GLASS LIFTERS)

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

5. “Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon,” Hank Thompson

(for TIM SISNEY and MICHAEL JARRETT)

6. “B. Bowman Hop,” Nashville Seven

(for HAMILL TIME)

7. “It’s A Good Day,” Peggy Rains

8. “The Hard Times Will be the Best Times,” Red Steagall

(for RAY BINGHAM)

9. “New Fort Worth Rag,” Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers

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

11. “San Antonio Rose,” Tommy Allsup and the Raiders

(for AP MCQUIDDY)

12. “Texas Sand,” Tune Wranglers

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

14. “Fat Boy Rag,” Ida Red
 
15. “Strike up the Band,” Tom Morrell and the Time-Warp Tophands