Iconic words, delivered by a true Country Music icon…
Folks, we’re dedicating this week’s show to the one-and-only “Man In Black.”
Now, that’s a tricky proposition given the breadth and depth of Cash’s career. After all, he’s an artist who’s not only revered in Country Music circles, but has earned almost universal respect among music fans of all stripes.
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Folks, if you like Buck Owens and Merle Haggard…then you’re in luck!
This week’s Country Music Greats Radio Show is a tribute to the Bakersfield Sound! We’ll be featuring the music of Buck and Merle, Wynn Stewart and Jean Shepard…and all the great artists that they inspired…
It’s going to be a great one folks…make sure to tune in and we’ll see you on the radio!
This past week has been one full of sorrow and celebration over the life of Country Music Great George Jones!
Hey fans we have an early sneak-peek at our upcoming George Jones tribute radio show. And it’s not just part of the show — it’s the entire tribute show! Jim Ed, along with other favorite Country artists, share their thoughts on The Possum. The only thing we’ve had to edit are the songs. You’ll find smaller, 30-sec snippets of each song in the show instead of the entire song due to broadcast restrictions. We’ve also listed and linked each of the songs from the show below to our sister site PureCountryMusic.com.
On Tuesday, April 16th, Willie Nelson and Family will be releasing a brand new album on Legacy Recordings. This is just the first in what looks to be many events coinciding with Willie’s 80th birthday.
He’s rolling out a batch of some great tunes by the likes of Spade Cooley, Django Reinhardt, and Carl Perkins.
Let’s Face The Music And Dance
Willie Nelson and Family
1. Let’s Face the Music and Dance (Irving Berlin, 1935)
2. Is the Better Part Over (Willie Nelson, 1989)
3. You’ll Never Know (Mack Gordon, 1943)
4. Vous Et Moi (Claude Francois-Jean Bourtayre)
5. Walking My Baby Back Home (Fred Ahlert-Roy Turk, 1930)
6. Matchbox (Carl Perkins, 1957)
7. Twilight Time (Al Nevins-Morty Nevins)
8. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (Dorothy Fields-Jimmy McHugh)
9. I’ll Keep On Loving You (Richard Coburn-Vincent Rose)
10. I Wish I Didn’t Love You So (Frank Loesser, 1947)
11. South Of The Border (Jimmy Kennedy-Michael Carr)
12. Nuages (Django Reinhardt)
13. Marie (The Dawn Is Breaking)
14. Shame On You (Spade Cooley, 1944)