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Featured Artist Friday: April 4

Hey guys and gals! It's the Featured Artist Friday! As usual, I've got 3 songs up for inclusion in our rotation. This week we're paying tribute to the man in black, Johnny Cash. Visit us on our Facebook page and let us know what you think!

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Mark Chesnutt: Live From The Big D

"Live From The Big D" contains live recordings of some of Mark's greatest hits including "It's A Little Too Late", "Bubba Shot The Jukebox", "Thank God For Believers" and the title track. Recorded on tour in 2011, "Live From The Big D" truly captures the energy and excitement of a Mark Chesnutt concert. Tune in Thursday, April 3 at 7pm to hear the entire record!

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Gulf Coast Cowboy: April 2

Palm trees, sandy beaches, an ocean breeze, little umbrellas in my drink, a good chair. I don't ask for much in this life, but those are the things that I really want right now. Maybe even my own island. Is that too much to ask? This weeks episode is all about finding the other side of the island when the going gets tough and you need to get away for a while. Tune in to KBEC at 7pm on Wednesday, April 2 and let us take you away for a while.

 

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Featured Artist Friday: March 28

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

1. Beauty Lies in the Eyes of the Beholder – Ray Price with Vince Gill
2. I Wish I Was 18 Again – Ray Price
3. This Thing of Ours – Ray Price

 

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Live In Texas: Willie Nelson, Live In Austin, Tx

Tune in to KBEC Thursday at 7pm to hear the entire Live From Austin, TX record from Willie Nelson

While much of Willie Nelson's band and setlist have changed so little over the decades that some find his performances as predictable (and perhaps as comforting) as a religious ritual, this 1990 recording from Austin City Limits offers a few surprises. The revival of the vintage "Bloody Mary Morning" turns into an extended interplay between Nelson's guitar and Mickey Raphael's harmonica, suggesting that Nelson and Family were the quintessential jam band long before that term was in vogue, while the conversational phrasing he brings to Kris Kristofferson's "Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)" shows the spirit of a jazz singer. Of the newer material, "Still Is Still Moving to Me" is pure Texas Zen. He plainly feels at home within the studio of Austin City Limits (a series he helped launch), where the close confines accentuate the musical intimacy. --Don McLeese

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