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Featured Artist Friday: August 2nd

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It's Featured Artist Friday!

Kelly Clarkson

It's Featured Artist Friday and as promised, here are three new songs that are up for rotation!

Our first song is "Don’t Rush" by cross-over artist and Burleson native Kelly Clarkson. Next on the circuit is "The Wind" From the Zac Brown Band. Last up music from familiar faces of the Court Yard Hounds; "Sunshine". The Court Yard Hounds are a side project from the sisters Emily and Marty of the Dixie Chicks.

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Aug. 1st. – Jason Boland & The Stragglers – High in the Rockies: A Live Album

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Live In Texas Presents

Jason Boland & The Stragglers – High in the Rockies: A Live Album

 

 

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Gulf Coast Cowboy July 31

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Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour!


1 Down Island Way (alternate Mix) / Gene Mitchell
2 Country Party / Johnny Lee
3 Party On the Island / Ron Bell
4 Island Party / Pete Harris
5 Sounds Like A Party / Shawna Russell

6 Monkey Party / James "Sunny Jim" White
7 Let's Have A Hurricane Party /
The Tapwater Conchs
8
Parking Lot Party  / Lee Brice
9
I Got Drunk At The Office Christmas Party / Brent Burns
10 Party Til My Ship Comes In / Rick Steffen
11 Party People / Florida Georgia Line
12 Crash My Party / Luke Bryan
13 Red Solo Cup / Toby Keith
14 Here for the Party / Gretchen Wilson

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Featured Artist Friday: July 26th

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It's Featured Artist Friday!

It's Featured Artist Friday and as promised, here are three new songs that are up for rotation!

Our first song is "See You Tonight" by Scotty McCreery . Next on the circuit is "Honey Think I’ll Take My Shirt Off Tonight and Dance" by Mountain Rio . Last up music from Thomas K. White "I Need a Honky Tonk".

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Live in Texas:Johnny Cash Live at the Louisiana Hayride

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Shortly after the release of his first single ("Cry! Cry! Cry!" b/w "Hey, Porter") in 1955, Cash made his first appearance on the Louisiana Hayride radio show, then one of the most popular shows in the south. Accompanied by the Tennessee Two (lead guitarist Luther Perkins and bassist Marshall Grant) and his own rudimentary, percussive rhythm guitar, Cash quickly became a star, debuting his first huge hit on the Hayride, "I Walk the Line." He returned in 1959, and again in 1962 and 1963, and this collection features live highlights from his various stints on the show. Cash was often at his best in front of an audience, where his natural sincerity and goofy blue-collar humor combined with the lean, stripped-down, versatile sound of the Tennessee Two to deliver sets of easy intimacy. Live Recordings From the Louisiana Hayride plays like a concert, with chugging versions of "Big River," "Five Feet High and Rising," and "Folsom Prison Blues," a poetry recitation (of Edna St. Vincent Millay's "Ballad of the Harp Weaver"), and a humorous introduction to "I Got Stripes." (Review by Steve Leggett)

 

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