11 DECEMBER 2021

compositions from songwriters ranging from George Gershwin and Irving Berlin to Hank Snow and Johnny Bond, this week’s installment of SWING ON THIS offers a little something for everyone with a musically adventurous spirit. And for those who are TRULY  adventurous — and yep, you know who you are — the latest entry in our “San Antonio Rose” parade may be of special interest. It features an artist named Eddie K. Lively, playing Bob Wills’ greatest hit on an instrument you don’t often associate with Western swing. 
   Plus, I’ll have tunes from the Hi-Flyers, Leon McAuliffe, Shelby Eicher, the latest incarnation of the Light Crust Doughboys — and And, as always, thanks for listening.

With compositions from songwriters ranging from George Gershwin and Irving Berlin to Hank Snow and Johnny Bond, this week’s installment of SWING ON THIS offers a little something for everyone with a musically adventurous spirit. And for those who are TRULY  adventurous — and yep, you know who you are — the latest entry in our “San Antonio Rose” parade may be of special interest. It features an artist named Eddie K. Lively, playing Bob Wills’ greatest hit on an instrument you don’t often associate with Western swing.

Plus, I’ll have tunes from the Hi-Flyers, Leon McAuliffe, Shelby Eicher, the latest incarnation of the Light Crust Doughboys — and a whole lot more. So please join me Saturday at 7 p.m. for an hour of Western swing, cowboy jazz, and probably a surprise or two. You can get every note of it absolutely free by tuning in KWGS, 89.5 FM, in the T-town listening area, or on your computing device anywhere in the world at publicradiotulsa.org. And, as always, thanks for listening.


1. “O Lady Be Good,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
 (for CAROLE & JACK BENDER)
2. “You Belong to Me,” Tommy Allsup
(for RAY BINGHAM)
3. “Hangover Tavern,” Hank Thompson
(for MOREY SULLIVAN, JOHN HAMILL, and the GLASS LIFTERS)
4. I’ll See You in C-U-B-A,” Cherokee Maidens
5. “Five Piece Band,” Hi-Flyers
(for ARCHIE & GERRY JONES)
6. “Bring It on Down to My House,” Bob Wills’ Original Texas Playboys
7. “Baby, That Would Sure Go Good,” Shelby Eicher w/Janet Rutland
8. “San Antonio Rose,” Eddie K. Lively
(for AP MCQUIDDY and SAM BARRETT)
9. “Boogie Woogie Highball,” Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys
(for H.D. AINSWORTH)
10. “Tomorrow Never Comes,” Billy Parker w/Ernest Tubb
11. “Back in the Saddle Again,” Riders in the Sky
12. “Birmingham Bounce,” Leon McAuliffe
13. “All of Me,” Light Crust Doughboys
14. “The Rhumba Boogie,” Spade Cooley
15. “Whose Honey Are You,” Dave Stuckey and the Rhythm Gang