Sunday, June 24, 2007

Show85 June 24, 2007

Hour One (Show85a)

Featuring an interview with special guest

Charlie Rich, Jr.

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  1. Wishin’ That It’s Gonna’ Be Love/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  2. We Can Love/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  3. Baby I’m In It For Your Love/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  4. I Don’t Want To Die Alone/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  5. When Your Heart Won’t Let You Go/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  6. I’m Goin’ Fishin’/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  7. Telling The Woman You Love Goodbye/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  8. Ain’t Got Nothin’ On You/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  9. Kodiak/Charlie Rich, Jr.
  10. Lonely Weekends/Charlie Rich, Sr.
  11. Who Will The Next Fool Be/Charlie Rich, Sr.

Visit the Charlie Rich, Jr. website.

Also visit the official Charlie Rich website.

Hour Two (Show85b)

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  1. Why Don’t You Haul Off And Love Me/Bullmoose Jackson
  2. Who Said Shorty Wasn’t Coming Back/Lucky Millender
  3. Baseball Boogie/Mabel Scott
  4. Lies, Lies, Lies/Annisteen Allen
  5. No More Nothing/Zeb Turner
  6. That’s What You’re Doing To Me/The Dominoes
  7. Hi Ho Sylvester/Jimmy Rushing
  8. Louisiana Hop/Peter Guitar Lewis
  9. The Wackin’ Blues/Jesse Powell
  10. Chic-A-Choo Freight/Bob Newman
  11. Hollering And Screaming/Little Esther
  12. Caldonia/Ben Mannat
  13. Walkin’ To My Baby/ Ben Mannat
  14. Farmers Daughter/Ben Mannat
  15. Rum Maker Blues/Ben Mannat
  16. Born To Boogie/Ben Mannat
  17. Buck Naked/Ben Mannat

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Show84: June 17, 2007

Hour One (Show84)

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Marty Robbins Official Website

Kristy’s Marty Robbins page

Marty Robbins:

1. El Paso/Marty Robbins

2. Devil Woman/Marty Robbins

3. Ribbon Of Darkness/Marty Robbins

4. Tonight Carmen/Marty Robbins

5. El Paso City/Marty Robbins

6. Return To Me/Marty Robbins

7. Some Memories Just Won’t To Die/Marty Robbins

8. My Woman, My Woman, My Wife/Marty Robbins

9. You Gave Me A Mountain/Marty Robbins

10. What A Wonderful Life/Boston Rockabilly

11. Mohair Sam/Boston Rockabilly

12. Don’t Leave Me Now/Boston Rockabilly

13. Singing The Blues/Boston Rockabilly

14. Lover Please/Boston Rockabilly

15. Such A Night/Boston Rockabilly

16. Rock A Beatin’ Boogie/Boston Rockabilly

Boston Rockabilly - Playing Like It Was!

Hour Two (Show84b)

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The Official Site of Chuck Berry

The Chuck Berry Page

Chuck Berry - Mr. Rock'n'Roll

  1. Maybellene/Chuck Berry
  2. Thirty Days/Chuck Berry
  3. You Can’t Catch Me/Chuck Berry
  4. Too Much Monkey Business/Chuck Berry
  5. Brown-Eyed Handsome Man/Chuck Berry
  6. Roll Over Beethoven/Chuck Berry
  7. Havana Moon/Chuck Berry
  8. Schools Day/Chuck Berry
  9. Rock And Roll Music/Chuck Berry
  10. Oh Baby Doll/Chuck Berry
  11. Reelin’ And Rockin’/Chuck Berry
  12. Sweet Lil’ Sixteen/Chuck Berry
  13. Let The Chips Fall/Charley Pride
  14. I Know One/Charley Pride
  15. Does My Ring Hunt Your Finger/Charley Pride
  16. Where Do I Put Her Money/Charley Pride
  17. All I Have To Offer You Is Me/Charlie Pride
  18. Is Anybody Going To San Antonio/Charley Pride
  19. Just Between You And Me/Charley Pride

Charley Pride Official Web Site

Charley Pride Mississippi Musician.

Charley Pride - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charlie Pride Lyrics || Charlie Pride Song Lyrics

Monday, June 18, 2007

In The News

Sonny is also a member of Jeannie And The Four Guys. Their next performance is in downtown Paragould, Arkansas.

Date: 06/18/2007
Time: 7-9PM
Location: Brittney's Steak House, Downtown Paragould

Main Street Paragould’s art walk, “Art and Stroll” will be held Monday June 18th from 5:00 to 7:00. Artists are invited to display their artwork, of any medium, on the street. The art walk will be held in conjunction with KASU’s “Blue” Monday”. This month’s guest is the legendary Sonny Burgess, host of We Wanna Boogie on KASU. The public is invited to stroll on historic Pruett Street, view the art, and enjoy music, food, and drink. For more information, or to register as an artist, please call the Main Street Paragould office at 240-0544. Blue Monday Paragould is presented with support from Focus Bank, Joe Holifield – Attorney At Law, Child Art Studio and KASU.

Sonny Burgess was a featured artist on the American Routes radio program. The interview with host Nick Spitzer airs nationwide from June 13-19, 2007.

American Routes
Rockin' the Blues with Sonny Burgess & Snooks Eaglin

Tune in and rock the blues with two guitar men who do it with great authority. First up is Arkansas wild man and original Sun Records rockabilly Sonny Burgess who still tears it up, playing his hits "We Wanna Boogie," "Red-Headed Woman" and others well into his seventies. And hear a live set from the great New Orleans bluesman and human jukebox Snooks Eaglin, recorded onstage at his home base, the famous Rock and Bowl nightclub, where one can do either of those, or both, at the same time. Feel the beat in blues, jazz, Western swing and more with a music mix designed to rock your blues away.
see the play list

Sonny Burgess interview segment

American Routes with Nick Spitzer

Monday, June 11, 2007

Show83 June 10, 2007

Hour 1

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Conway Twitty website
Conway Twitty Wikipedia
The Films of Conway Twitter

  1. I Need Your Lovin’/Conway Twitty
  2. Maybe Baby/Conway Twitty
  3. Shake It Up/Conway Twitty
  4. Born To Sing The Blues/Conway Twitty
  5. It’s Only Make Believe/Conway Twitty
  6. Half Way To Heavens/Conway Twitty
  7. Lovely Blur Boy/Conway Twitty
  8. Long Black Train/Conway Twitty
  9. I Vibrate/Conway Twitty
  10. Holdin’ On/Blind Boys Of Alabama
  11. Knowbody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen/Blind Boys Of Alabama
  12. Down By The Riverside Blind Boys Of Alabama
  13. You’ll Never Walk Alone/Blind Boys Of Alabama
  14. Do Lord/Blind Boys Of Alabama
  15. If I Had A Hammer/Blind Boys Of Alabama
  16. Hush/Blind Boys Of Alabama
  17. Amazing Grace/Blind Boys Of Alabama

Blind Boys Of Alabama website.

June is Black Music Month
Take the Jame Brown quiz.

Hour 2

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The Foghat's drummer

Thirty years ago, Foghat unleashed Live, the album that cemented their title as The Boogie Monsters. The four British lads who started the band - guitarist/vocalist “Lonesome” Dave Peverett, rhythm guitarist Rod Price, bassist Tony Stevens, and drummer Roger Earl - were relentless road warriors and their legendary live set captured them at the peak of their game. This summer will see the release of Live II. Not a sequel, just another new chapter in the life of a band that refuses to die or grow up. Roger Earl, the only musician who's been with the Foghat throughout all their permutations and personnel shifts, looks fondly back, and forward, on the band that's been his life's work. more

The Official Foghat Website
Foghat Myspace.

  1. Jump That Train/Foghat
  2. Louisiana Blues/Foghat
  3. Motel Shaker/Foghat
  4. Play Dirty/Foghat
  5. Nothin’ But Trouble/Foghat
  6. Take Me To The River/Foghat
  7. That’s Alright Mama/Foghat
  8. Feel So Good/Foghat
  9. Woman Make A Fool Out Of Me/Taylor Grocery Band
  10. Down Home Girl/Taylor Grocery Band
  11. One Black Day/Taylor Grocery Band
  12. Don’t Knock/Taylor Grocery Band
  13. Jesus On The Main Line/Taylor Grocery Band

Taylor Grocery Band website.
Taylor Grocery Band Myspace.

Sunday, June 03, 2007