Artículos con la etiqueta "bob wills"



Music · 11/05/2019
“ Faded love “, song written by Bob Wills, John Wills and Billy Jack Wills and first recorded by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys, on April 27, 1950, for the M.G.M. Ray Price recorded it for the Columbia label, on March 7, 1957, in Bradley Film and Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, was recorded in EP format, in the same session three other songs were recorded (Letters Have No Arms, Remember Me (I'm The One Who Loves You) and I Saw My Castles Fall Today), in the recording sessi
Music · 10/16/2019
The song “San Antonio Rose” is an instrumental song composed by the king of Western Swing “Bob Wills”. Bob Wills, along with the Texas Playbosys, recorded it several times, the first one on November 28, 1938. The song has become one of the great successes of Bob Wills. In 1939 the single climbed onto the national pop charts (country charts were not established until 1944) and peaked at # 15. That same year Bob, Tommy Duncan and an associate named Everett Stone sat down and wrote the lyrics fo
Music · 10/16/2019
Is a humorous Western swing standard written by Fred Rose in 1946. In the song, Roly Poly is a very active boy who eats continuously to keep his strength up. Each verse ends with: Roly Poly, daddy’s little fatty, Bet he’s gonna be a man someday. “Roly Poly” was first recorded by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys in 1946, staying on the charts for 18 weeks and reaching number three. It has been recorded by many Western swing bands since. Notable renditions have been recorded by fellow Texans, co
Music · 10/16/2019
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, make a version of “Bob Wills Is Still the King”,in the variety program Hee Haw on 1977. Written by Waylon Jennings and made famous by Waylon. A song written as a tribute to the great Bob Wills, by Waylon Jennings, two formats were recorded, the first live, released in June 1975, and the studio version was recorded on September 27, 1974, and released in August 1975, to the RCA label, with the production of Waylon Jennings & Ray Pennington. The song reached number one
Music · 10/16/2019
A song written as a tribute to the great Bob Wills, by Waylon Jennings, two formats were recorded, the first live, released in June 1975, and the studio version was recorded on September 27, 1974, and released in August 1975, to the RCA label, with the production of Waylon Jennings & Ray Pennington. The song reached number one on the USA country charts, on November 15, 1975. The song was included on the album, Dreaming My Dreams (RCA 1975).Waylon also I include the song on the album, Waylon Live
Music · 10/11/2019
Song written in family by Bob Wills, John Wills (Father) and Billy Jack Wills (brother), was recorded by Bob Wills for the MGM label, was recorded on April 27, 1950, on Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood 38, CA, Bob was accompanied on the recording by: Rusty McDonald (vocal lead), Eldon Shamblin (guitar), Luke Wills (banjo), Jack Lloyd (bass), Tommy Perkins (drums), Mancel Tierney (piano), Bob Wills (fiddle), Johnny Gimble (fiddle), Keith Coleman (fiddle) . The song was a major
Podcasts · 05/24/2018
Cowtown Society of Western Music "2016 DJ of the Year;" 2015 AWA Top Ten DJ's; 2014 Northwest Western Swing Music Society Hall of Fame. Randy Hill is the creator and host of Western Swing Time Radio. A professional musician for over 40 years, Randy started playing drums as a young boy growing up on a central Texas farm approximately 30 miles south of Austin. During that time period, he was introduced to a variety of music via a stack of old 78s that belonged to his grandfather; artists like, B.B
Podcasts · 05/17/2018
Cowtown Society of Western Music "2016 DJ of the Year;" 2015 AWA Top Ten DJ's; 2014 Northwest Western Swing Music Society Hall of Fame. Randy Hill is the creator and host of Western Swing Time Radio. A professional musician for over 40 years, Randy started playing drums as a young boy growing up on a central Texas farm approximately 30 miles south of Austin. During that time period, he was introduced to a variety of music via a stack of old 78s that belonged to his grandfather; artists like, B.B
Music · 05/10/2018
Cowtown Society of Western Music "2016 DJ of the Year;" 2015 AWA Top Ten DJ's; 2014 Northwest Western Swing Music Society Hall of Fame. Randy Hill is the creator and host of Western Swing Time Radio. A professional musician for over 40 years, Randy started playing drums as a young boy growing up on a central Texas farm approximately 30 miles south of Austin. During that time period, he was introduced to a variety of music via a stack of old 78s that belonged to his grandfather; artists like, B.B
Podcasts · 05/03/2018
Cowtown Society of Western Music "2016 DJ of the Year;" 2015 AWA Top Ten DJ's; 2014 Northwest Western Swing Music Society Hall of Fame. Randy Hill is the creator and host of Western Swing Time Radio. A professional musician for over 40 years, Randy started playing drums as a young boy growing up on a central Texas farm approximately 30 miles south of Austin. During that time period, he was introduced to a variety of music via a stack of old 78s that belonged to his grandfather; artists like, B.B

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