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Gulf Coast Cowboy: May 21

Welcome back to the Gulf Coast Cowboy! I don't know about you, but I could use a cold adult beverage, an umbrella and some sand between my toes. There's nothing in this world like beach time. This week's episode is all about "de-stressing" and taking it easy. Our lives are filled with stress, so it's always good to take some time away from what's causing it. Join us on KBEC, Wednesday night at 7pm for your weekly dose of sand in your toes!

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Red Oak Hawks Live Broadcast

This Thursday, in place of the Live In Texas show, we will be live broadcasting the Red Oak vs Mansfield Legacy playoff game at 7pm. Live In Texas will return next week!

 

Featured Artist Friday: May 9

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. The Wall – Willie Nelson
2. You Go Your Way – Alan Jackson
3. Marry for Money – Trace Adkins

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Gulf Coast Cowboy: May 14

New Orleans is one of my favorite cities. It ranks right up there with Key West. Not only is it the home of Mardi Gras, it's the home of many talented and dedicated musicians. Dr. John, Allen Toussaint, and many more have crafted that New Orleans-sound, so we're paying tribute to it this week on the Gulf Coast Cowboy! Tune in to KBEC Wednesday evening at 7pm.

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Live in Texas: Collin Raye at Billy Bob's

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Written by Elijah Nelms Wednesday, 07 May 2014 20:52

The album simply captures Raye doing a highly professional, high-energy set of his hits. At first it's a little too high-energy, as he really pushes "My Kind of Girl" too hard to get the set off to an energetic start, but soon the music reaches an amiable equilibrium, balancing skillfully between sentimental ballads and friendly honky tonkers. While there's nothing surprising -- Raye isn't suddenly revealed as a hardcore country purist -- it's a smooth and satisfying listen, a good first live effort, and a record that's sure to please longtime fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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The album simply captures Raye doing a highly professional, high-energy set of his hits. At first it's a little too high-energy, as he really pushes "My Kind of Girl" too hard to get the set off to an energetic start, but soon the music reaches an amiable equilibrium, balancing skillfully between sentimental  ballads and friendly honky tonkers. While there's nothing surprising -- Raye isn't suddenly revealed as a hardcore country purist -- it's a smooth and satisfying listen, a good first live effort, and a record that's sure to please longtime fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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