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Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour: March 6th, 2013

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I've Been Feeling A Little Rum Down

 

 

 

  • Rum Is a Many Blendered Thing (Floribbean Version) / The Coconut Boat Band
  • Rum in Pensacola / Hanna's Reef
  • Blame it On The Rum / James Sunny Jim White
  • Rum Chum Friends / Don Middlebrook and Living Soul
  • He Never Came Back From Mexico / Brian Burns
  • Mexico (Things Never Change When You're There) / Gary Seiler
  • Mexico / Jimmy Buffet
  • Think I'll Go To Mexico / Roger Creager
  • Gulf of Mexico / Larry Joe Taylor
  • Beer In Mexico / Kenny Chesney
  • Maybe In Mexico / Tommy Alverson

With some of our Texas heat in the back burner, we're going to spice this week a little bit with the flavor of rum and Mexico! It's all about that crazy drink that lets you go loose and that thriving place beyond the horizon!

We're starting this hour off with the Coconut Boat Band's "Rum Is A Many Blendered Thing", followed by "Rum in the Pensacola" by Hanna's Reef.

 

After all that rum, something's bound to happen, right? Well, you can "Blame it On The Rum" with James Sunny Jim White. Jim White has won the "Trop Rock Music Award" eight times, and hopefully in the future, he'll clinch some more! If you didn't have to blame anything on the rum, you can celebrate your friendship with the next song, "Rum Chum Friends" by Don Middlebrook and Living Soul.

We're taking a turn down South from here on out, with "He Never Came Back From Mexico" by Brian Burns. Brian Burns received Solo Artist of The Year in 2000. Afterwards, Gary Seiler expresses his never changing experience with "Mexico (Things Never Change When You're There)"

Jimmy Buffet makes his appearance with "Mexico" and is followed by Roger Creager, finally catching wind of these songs and making "Think I'll Go To Mexico". Better late than never right?

Larry Joe Taylor comes up next with "Gulf of Mexico", followed by a taste of a  "Beer in Mexico" by Kenny Chesney. Afterwards, its all about dreaming about what could be with Tommy Alverson's "Maybe In Mexico".

That's it for this week, tune in this week and join us next week!