4 SEPTEMBER 2021

There’s maybe even a little more variety than usual — and that’s saying something — on this Saturday’s installment of SWING ON THIS.
 
For instance: How about Clyde McPhatter’s greatest chart hit, nicely reinterpreted by Candy Noe? Or a famous Cab Calloway big-band tune given the Michael H. Price treatment? And then there’s a Sinatra cover from the Brazos Valley Boys, a Bob Wills cover by Johnny Bush, and one of the most beautiful songs Curly Lewis ever sang with Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys.
 
Those are just a few of the top-notch selections you’ll be hearing if you tune in to radio station KWGS, 89.5 FM, at 7 p.m. Tulsa time Saturday. Those of you outside the Green Country listening area can get the same experience by firing up the computer and checking out our live stream at publicradiotulsa.org. It’s an hour of western swing, cowboy jazz, and a surprise or two, and, as always, I’d love to have you along for the ride!
 
 
1. ‘Bob Wills Stomp,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
(for ROBERT BISHOP)
2. “Last National Bank,” Bagsby Brothers
3. “Drivin’ Nails in My Coffin,” Three Chord Justice
(for BOB & VICKI FJELDSTED and the GLASS LIFTERS)
4. “From A Jack to A King,” Round Up Boys
5. “Lover’s Question,” Candy Noe
6. “Only A Woman Like You,” Billy Parker
(for CAROLE & JACK BENDER)
7. “Beale Street Mama,” Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies
8. “In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning,” Brazos Valley Boys
9. “No Good for Nothing Blues,” Sunshine Boys
(for CURTIS SPARKS)
10. “Texas Blues,” Ida Red
11. “Goodnight, Little Sweetheart,” Johnnie Lee Wills w/Curly Lewis
(for STEVE LEWIS & CYNTHIA HACKATHORN)
12. “My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You,” Johnny Bush
(for HAMILL TIME)
13. “San Antonio Rose,” Cowboy Envy
(for AP MCQUIDDY)
14. “Hide Your Face,” Spade Cooley
(for GARY HUNT)
15. “Minnie the Moocher,” Michael H. Price and His Western Swingmasters