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Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour April 4th Playlist

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While it may be tornado season here at KBEC Studios, let's make a trip down to the beach anyway!

This week:

  1. Una Mas Cerveza / Tommy Alverson
  2. Toes / Zac Brown Band
  3. Flip-Flops Required / Gary Seiler
  4. Changes in Latitudes / Jimmy Buffett
  5. On the Coast of Somewhere Beautiful / Kenny Chesney
  6. Coulda Woulda Shoulda / Greezy Joe and the Cheap and Easy Band
  7. Dixie Chicken / Little Feat featuring Vince Gill & Sonny Landreth
  8. Just Came Down for the Weekend / Mark Mulligan
  9. Nowhere But Texas / Steve Helms Band
  10. So He Sails / Eric Stone
  11. Let's Talk Dirty in Hawaiian / Jim Morris
  12. Top Down and Ridin' Around / Brent Burns

Kicking things off this week is Tommy Alverson and "Una Mas Cerveza"!

"Toes" from the Zac Brown Band is one of our most requested songs.

Gary Seiler is known as the West Coast's longest running Jimmy Buffett tribute entertainer.  "Flip-Flops Required" is from his Toes in the Sand album.

We haven't had a chance to play Jimmy Buffett's "Changes in Latitudes" from Songs You Know By Heart in some time - so here it is!

"On the Coast of Somewhere Beautiful" is on the #1 Kenny Chesney album No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems from 2002.

From their 2003 Sail On CD, "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" is something new to the show from Greezy Joe and the Cheap and Easy Band.

A song we haven't heard in some time, "Dixie Chicken" is the title track of the phenomenal 2008 Join the Band CD from Little Feat.

Mark Mulligan will always have a place among our favorite Trop Rockers!  "Just Came Down for the Weekend" is from an album of the same name.

Another song we're playing again by request is "Nowhere But Texas" by the Cleburne-based Steve Helms Band.

From Eric Stone's Songs for Sail album is "So He Sails".  We hope you enjoy it!

"Let's Talk Dirty in Hawaiin" is from the Jim Morris album Looking for a Place to Happen.

Another of our favorite Trop Rockers is Brent Burns - and listen to "Top Down and Ridin' Around" to see why!  See y'all next week!