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Mar 23, 2019 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
With Jeff Corbin
The Back Country brings you the traditional sounds and styles of country music from the 1920s to the contemporary artists who respect and build on that tradition. The Back Country has Jimmie Rodgers and Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Wayne Raney and Wayne Hancock, Cousin Emmy and Emmylou Harris.
The Lonesome Pines Orphan Annie L
After Sundown Tanica Tunes 2002
A Norman Blake song, of course. You can saunter over to the Focal Point tonight and catch this veteran bluegrass and country outfit's show at eight o'clock.
The Dillards Ozark Nights
Let It Fly Vanguard Records 1991
"We were next of kin to the mandolin." One of many tracks on which birthday boy Dean Webb played during his 30 or so years with The Dillards. He passed away last June 30th at the age of 81 and Rodney is the lone remaining original band member.
Gram Parsons Ooh Las Vegas
GP / Grievous Angel Reprise 1990
This one is going out to Casey, a longtime supporter of KDHX and a big Gram Parsons fan. Barry Tashian was one of Gram's bandmates when this was recorded and he wrote (uncredited) one of the verses, the one beginning, "First time I lose I drink whiskey." James Burton told Barry that was the hottest verse in the song and that was credit enough for Barry.
Stella! Down in the Cellar R
Sorry, Stella Earthwork 2012
Going out to James, who loves this song but respectfully only requests it once a year or so. Musical accompaniment for "Arsenic and Old Lace" I'd say.
Hank Williams Weary Blues from Waitin'
The Original Singles Collection . . . Plus Mercury Nashville 1991
Matt in Columbia wanted to hear this one. Hank wrote this one for Ray Price when they were roommates in Nashville for a year and Ray recorded it early in his career.
Jerry Jeff Walker and the Lost Gonzo Band Night Rider's Lament
Ridin' High MCA 1975
Sending this one out to my buddy, Mike Zanger. "They've never seen the Northern Lights."
The Kings of Mongrel Folk Tap Dancin' on the Moon
Kings of Mongrel Folk self 1996
Sending this one out to the family and many friends of Mike and Lois Ladd in Edwardsville. I'm sure they're tap dancing on the moon as this plays. The song was written by the late John Pavlik.
The Texas Troubadours Buddy's Boogie (intro)
Almost To Tulsa: The Instrumentals Bear Family 2008