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What is Classic Texas Music?

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Classic Texas Music is music that has been born, made, or performed in the Lone Star State. It’s the unique rhythm that drives the heart of this great state.

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Gulf Coast Cowboy: April 23

Welcome back to the Gulf Coast Cowboy! This weeks episode is all about the wordplay that these songwriters are so good at. Some of these almost sound vulgar, but upon closer inspection, they're harmless. Hopefully, they'll put a big smile on your face while you're listening! Tune in this Wednesday at 7pm to take a trip to the beach and enjoy an adult beverage.

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Live In Texas: Waylon Jennings, Live From Austin, TX.

Recorded on April 1, 1989 this performance by Waylon Jennings was no April Fools joke. This was the "new" Waylon, both personally and professionally. This was Waylon's second trip to the ACL stage, but the one that best captures the raw edge and driving urgency that pushed country music way past its Nashville boundaries starting in the mid-1970's. Tune in Thursday, April 24 at 7pm to hear the entire record!

 

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Featured Artist Friday: April 25

Hey guys and gals! It's Featured Artist Friday! As usual, I've got 3 songs up for inclusion in our rotation. Visit us on our Facebook page and let us know what you think!

1. Buzzin’ – Bucky Covington
2. I Loved Her First – Heartland
3. Are You Ready For the Weekend – Kari & Billy

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Top 100 Songs about Texas

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Pulling from both country and rock artists, from both old and new, many of the songs will be instantly recognizable by our listeners - but until now they may not have heard them on KBEC.  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , especially if you think we got something wrong!

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