Artículos con la etiqueta "tommy hooker"



01/27/2018
Father and son interpret a classic of Ray Price. In 1953, Price formed his band, the Cherokee Cowboys. Among its members during the late 1950s and early 1960s were; Roger Miller, Willie Nelson, Darrell McCall, Van Howard, Johnny Paycheck, Johnny Bush, Buddy Emmons, Pete Wade, Jan Kurtis, Shorty Lavender and Buddy Spicher. Miller wrote one of Ray Price's classics in 1958, "Invitation to the Blues", and sang harmony on the recording
Music · 01/20/2018
Song from the album "It Should Be Easier Now ... But it is not" Here is a brand new CD of 12 tunes by the talented veteran vocalist, Tommy Hooker. He is backed by his son Jake, the album producer, on vocals and upright and Tic Tac bass. He is also backed by many other wonderful musicians with Randy Reinhard playing steel guitar and Hank Singer and Jess Meador playing fiddles. Jess is also heard on background vocals. Josh Rogers plays drums, Larry Reed- saxophone and Tim Alexander and T. Bonta pl
Music · 12/26/2017
Tommy Hooker performs "Blue Spanish Eyes" on TruCountry Show 2017. Wonderful track from their NEW album"It Should Be Easier Now...But It Ain't 2015", To order your copy, or get more information go to: http://www.i2irecords.com/ http://www.tommyhooker.com/
Music · 12/16/2017
Tommy Hooker plays Texas Is Calling Me Home on TruCountry Music Show 2017. Wonderful track from their NEW album"It Should Be Easier Now...But It Ain't 2015", To order your copy, or get more information go to: http://www.i2irecords.com/ http://www.tommyhooker.com/
Music · 11/12/2017
Jake And Tommy Hooker sings Milk Cow Blues on TruCountry Music Show 2017. Father and son interpret a classic of the Western Swing. "Milk Cow Blues" is a blues song written and originally recorded by Kokomo Arnold in September 1934. It was such a commercial success that four sequels were recorded: from "Milk Cow Blues – No. 2" in February 1935 to "Milk Cow Blues – No. 5" in February 1936. The record made Arnold a major star, and was widely imitated by artists in the blues and Western swing.