Artículos con la etiqueta "bob wills"



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
Podcasts · 04/26/2018
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 · 04/15/2018
LONE STAR RAG. AKA and see "Stone's Rag." Old-Time, Breakdown. USA; Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas. C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABCB. This tune, recorded in 1940 by Texas fiddler Bob Wills, proved popular and has since been in the repertoires of many Texas fiddlers. It appears to be a close variant of Oscar Stone's composition "Stone's Rag," with improvisation
Music · 02/20/2018
"Bob Wills Is Still the King" is a song written and performed by American country music artist Waylon Jennings, as a tribute of sorts to the Western swing icon Bob Wills. It is known in two forms. A live recording of the song was released in June 1975 as the concluding track on the album Dreaming My Dreams, and then appeared in August 1975 as the B-side of "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way", the second single from the album. By early November, the A-side had risen to number one on the country
Music · 02/20/2018
"San Antonio Rose"/"New San Antonio Rose" was the signature song of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. "San Antonio Rose" was an instrumental song written by Bob Wills, who first recorded it with the Playboys on November 28, 1938.Band members added lyrics and it was retitled "New San Antonio Rose".A fresh recording was made on April 16, 1940 (Okeh 05694) with a vocal by Tommy Duncan.
Music · 02/20/2018
The B side of the 1949 single, on the A Good Time Cake-Walk side. Recorded Jul 14, 1942, CBS Studio, 6121 Gower & Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA, mx: H 837 James Robert Wills (March 6, 1905 – May 13, 1975) was an American Western swing musician, songwriter, and bandleader. Considered by music authorities as the co-founder of Western swing,he was universally known as the King of Western Swing (although Spade Cooley self-promoted the moniker "King Of Western Swing" from 1942 to 1969).
Music · 11/24/2017
"Take Me Back to Tulsa" is a Western swing standard song. Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan added words to the traditional fiddle tune "Walkin' Georgia Rose" in 1940. The song takes its name from the chorus: Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry. Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry.

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