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Love That Country Music May 18,DJ Oscar Martinez (lun, 21 may 2018)
Play List American Aquarium - The World Is On Fire Brandi Carlile - Fulton County Jane Doe I See Hawks in L.A. - Singing in the Wind Willie Nelson - Heaven Is Closed Courtney Marie Andrews - Lift the Lonely from My Heart Chris Porter & The Bluebonnet Rattlesnakes - Bittersweet Creek Becky Warren - Ironwood Strong Buffalo Gospel - On the First Bell Roe Family Singers - O Young Lovers Becky Buller - Heart Of The House Joshua Hedley - I Never (Shed a Tear) Empty Bottles Broken Hearts - Please Wipe My Tears Andrea Colburn & Mud Moseley - Turned Out the Lights Jeremy Pinnell - I'm Alright With This Eric Schaffer & the Other Troublemakers - Beer Tastes Better in Mexico Tom Russell - Rio Grand


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Swingin' West May 20,DJ Mike Gross. (lun, 21 may 2018)
Theme Don't Ever Take My Picture Down- Cornell Hurd Band (Behemoth) (Paul Skelton- Lead Guitar) (CD- American Shadows- The Songs of Moon Mullican) Get Rhythm- Rick Alexander (RACo) (CD- Songs From the Old Country) A Way to Survive- Herby Wallace (HWP) (Ben Brogdon- Bass) (CD- Coming Back) Theme Kansas City- Loyd Jones (CD- Bandstand Buddies- Vol 7- Jay Riley) Me and My Fiddle- Frankie Rodgers (Canadian Import) (CD- Classics) Send Me the Pillow You Dream On- Les Gilliam (Lunacy) (In Memory of Hank Locklin) (CD- Hank Did it This Way) Theme Panhandle Rag- Nokie Edwards & Light Crust Doughboys (Steel- Tom Brumley) (Art Greenhaw) (CD- Adventure in Country Swing) My Window Faces the South- Dennis Ivey (Lead Guitar- Randy Prince) (IMG) (CD- Something Old, Nothing New) Bummin' Around- Don Sulesky (In Memory of Pete Graves) (CD- Bummin' Around) Theme- Western Concert I'm Ridin' the Rails- Monte Hale (Bel-Tone) (BACM) (UK Import) (CD- The Full Monte- Complete Recordings) Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie- The Reinsmen (In Memory of Jerry Compton) (CD) Many Tears Apart- Evan Kemp (Steel- Pat Gerow) (Canadian Import) (CD- Best of Evan Kemp) Theme Rose of Ol' Pawnee- Bob Wills & Texas Playboys (Vocal- McKinney Sisters) (Columbia- Harmony) (In Memory of Dean McKinney Moore) (LP- Best of Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys) Shame on You- Noel Boggs (Repeat) (In Memory of Norm Whistler) (LP- Western Swing) Back in the Swing of Things- Playboys II (Glad) (In Memory of Vern Gosdin) (CD- Back in the Swing of Things) Faded Love- Texas Swing Band (PVI) (CD- Welcome to Texas)



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Western Music Time(16-20 May 2018),DJ OJ Sikes (lun, 21 may 2018)
Opening theme When the Bloom is on the Sage – Gene Autry Singing Cowboys – Dawn Anita Salute to Thurl Ravenscroft Saddle Up! – Thurl Ravenscroft with the Sons of the Pioneers Narration – National Parks – Thurl Ravenscroft Song of the Trail - Thurl Ravenscroft with the Sons of the Pioneers Jim Marshall’s gold Nugget – Thurl Ravenscroft with Sons of the Pioneers Shenandoah – Thurl Ravenscroft High Country – Robert Wagoner & the Reinsmen High Sierras – The Reinsmen Western Composers contd: Ian Tyson The Gift – Ian Tyson Horsethief Moon – Ian Tyson Victor Young Call of the Faraway Hills (theme from Shane) – Robert Wagoner Johnny Guitar – Peggy Lee Dave Stamey The Land Where Cedars Grow – Dave Stamey Bones of Benny Gray – Dave Stamey (co-composed with Les Buffham) Les Buffham Below the Kinney Rim – Butch Falk Leo Robin & Ralph Rainger Silver on the Sage – Sons of the Pioneers Hills of Old Wyomin’ – Andy Parker & the Plainsmen Joyce Woodson He’s Courtin’ Annie – Jean Prescott He Sang for Me – Belinda Gail Ballad of Paladin – Duane Eddy Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle – Hays County Gals & Pals More Western Composers: Charles & Nick Kenny Leanin’ on the Old Top Rail  - Eddy Arnold Goldmine in the Sky – The Reinsmen  Cindy Walker Cowboy Blues – Don Edwards Dusty Skies – Les Gilliam Luke Reed Blue Mesa –  Luke Reed Adobe Walls – Michael Martin Murphey Eddie Cherkose Born to the Saddle – Roy Rogers When the Sun is Setting on the Prairie – Roy Rogers  RW Hampton Travelin’ Light – Don Edwards Donny Catch a Horse – RW Hampton Fisher’s Hornpipe – Jake Phillips & Ft Worth Cowtown Opry Buckaroos The Roy Rogers Show – Roy Rogers, the Sons of the Pioneers, Dale Evans, Gabby Hayes & Pat Buttram Closing theme


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Louise Mandrell performs "Thank God I´m A Country Girl" (dom, 20 may 2018)
Louise Mandrell performs "Thank God I´m A Country Girl" "Thank God I'm a Country Boy", also known as "Country Boy", is a song written by John Martin Sommers and recorded by American singer/songwriter John Denver. The song was originally included on Denver's 1974 album Back Home Again. A version recorded live on August 26, 1974, at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles was included on his 1975 album An Evening with John Denver. The live version was released as a single and went to No. 1 on both the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles and Billboard Hot 100 charts.[3] The song topped both charts for one week each, first the country chart (on May 31), and the Hot 100 chart a week later. Thank God I'm a Country Boy also became the name of a variety special show hosted by Denver in 1977. "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" was one of six songs released in 1975 that topped both the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard Hot Country Singles charts. Denver's two-sided hit "I'm Sorry"/"Calypso" also received that distinction. The German cover band Village Girls covered it under the title "Thank God I'm a Country Girl" WIKIPEDIA
Village Girls Thank God I'm a Country Girl Lyrics   well life on the farm is kinda laid back ain't much an old country girl like me can't hack it's early to raise early in the sack thank God i'm a country girl well a simple kinda life never did me no harm a raisin' me a family and a-workin' on the farm my days are all filled with an easy country charm thank God i'm a country girl well life on the farm is kinda laid back ain't much an old country girl like me can't hack it's early to raise early in the sack thank God i'm a country girl well a simple kinda life never did me no harm a raisin' me a family and a-workin' on the farm my days are all filled with an easy country charm thank God i'm a country girl well i got me a fine man i got me old fiddle when the sun's comin' up i got cakes on the griddle and life ain't nothin' but a funny funny riddle thank God i'm a country girl when the work's all done and the sun's settin' low i pull out my fiddle and i rasin' up the bow the kids are asleep so i keep it kinda low thank God i'm a country girl i'd play sally goodin' all day if i could but the Lord and my man wouldn't think it very good so i fiddle when i can and i work when i should thank God i'm a country girl well i got me a fine man i got me old fiddle when the sun's comin' up i got cakes on the griddle and life ain't nothin' but a funny funny riddle thank God i'm a country girl i wouldn't trade my life for diamonds or jewels i never was one of them money hungry fools i'd rather have my fiddle and my farming tools thank God i'm a country girl city folk are drivin' in a black limousine a lotta sad people thinkin' that's a mighty keen well son let me tell ya now exactly what i mean thank God i'm a country girl well i got me a fine man i got me old fiddle when the sun's comin' up i got cakes on the griddle and life ain't nothin' but a funny funny riddle thank God i'm a country girl well i got me a farm i got me old fiddle when the sun's comin' up i got cakes on the griddle life ain't nothin' but a funny funny riddle thank God i'm a country girl


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Mickey Gilley performs "Play, Ruby, Play" (dom, 20 may 2018)
Mickey Gilley performs "Play, Ruby, Play". "Play, Ruby, Play" is a song written by Tony Brown and Troy Seals. It was originally recorded by Conway Twitty for his 1990 album House on Old Lonesome Road. It was later recorded by American country music artist Clinton Gregory. It was released in January 1992 as the first single from his album Freeborn Man. The song peaked at number 25 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and reached number 20 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. The song is about an attractive piano player named Ruby, and the narrator's obsession with her. Lisa Smith and Cyndi Hoelzle of Gavin Report wrote that "Gregory demonstrates that he can handle a driving country rock song as well as ballads and honky tonkers". WIKIPEDIA
Conway Twitty Play Ruby Play lyrics   Well, Ruby, she was a redneck beauty She loved Little Richard and sang 'Tootie Fruitie' And wanted her name in lights and wore her dresses tight Yeah, Ruby was a victim of circumstance 'Cause she liked to wiggle and boogie dance Out in the country she hardly ever got the chance   She had a local band, played the local bars Had the local boys breathin' hard She had hillbilly eyes that could shine in the dark She had a country soul and a rock 'n' roll heart   And her whole body shook when she stood up and played the piano And the boys say, "Play, Ruby, play, we really like the way you do it Play, Ruby, play, we love the way you get into it" She made the young men scream and the old men moan Rock on, rock on, rock on   Sometimes at night with the full moon beamin' She would run around the mountain kickin' and screamin' Sayin', If I don't get out on the road I'm gonna explode Last time I saw her she was down in the city Shakin' and shoutin', making plenty Yeah, Ruby was a sight to behold, she was on a roll   She had a local band, played the local bars Had the local boys breathin' hard She had hillbilly eyes that could shine in the dark She had a country soul and a rock 'n' roll heart   And her whole body shook when she stood up and played the piano And the boys say, "Play, Ruby, play, we really like the way you do it Play, Ruby, play, we love the way you get into it" She made the young men scream and the old men moan Rock on, rock on, rock on Rock on, rock on, rock on   Well, Ruby, she was a redneck beauty She loved Little Richard and sang 'Tootie Fruitie' And wanted her name in lights and wore her dresses tight Yeah, Ruby was a victim of circumstance 'Cause she liked to wiggle and boogie dance Out in the country she hardly ever got the chance


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