Bob Allen “Midday Jamboree Theme Song” from single (self 1995) LBuy it!
Buddy Emmons “4 Wheel Drive” from Amazing Steel Guitar: the Buddy Emmons Collection (Razor and Tie 1997)Buy it!
Bill Monroe “Blue Grass Breakdown” from Bill Monroe - 16 Gems (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1996) —This studio version of Blue Grass Breakdown done October 27, 1947, features the banjo of Earl Scruggs who passed away Wednesday, March 30, 2012 at the age of 88. Earl redefined the role of the banjo in Bluegrass music.Buy it!
Flatt & Scruggs “Take Me In A Lifeboat” from The Mercury Sessions, Volume 1 (Rounder Records www.rounder.com 1987)Buy it!
Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys “I Can't Go Home Like This” from The Essential Ray Price 1951-62 (Sony 1991) —Earl Scruggs played the banjo on this track from 1955.Buy it!
Waylon Jennings “Honky Tonk Heroes” from The Essential Waylon Jennings Disc One (RCA Nashville/Legacy 2007) R —Going out to Kevin and Waylon of DeSoto, Missouri, who renewed their membership to KDHX today. They are long time listeners and supporters of KDHX and the Midday Jamboree.Buy it!
Dolly Parton “Chicken Every Sunday” from Joshua (RCA Victor 1971) —Going out to Randy & Gabby at King Edward's Chicken & FishBuy it!
The Buckaroos “Chicken Pickin'” from The Buckaroos Strike Again (CAPITOL) —Featuring the great guitar of Don Rich.Buy it!
Flatt & Scruggs “Mama Blues” from Flatt and Scruggs at Carnegie Hall (Columbia 1963) R Buy it!
Wanda Jackson “It Doesen't Matter Anymore” from Vintage Collections CD ALBUM (CAPITOL 1996) R —For friends and renewing members, Paul and Karen from New Baden, Illinois.Buy it!
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys “I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate” from San Antonio Rose, Disc 4 (Bear Family www.bear-family.de 2000) —For my daughter Kate on her birthday.Buy it!
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys “Tater Pie” from Boot Heel Drag: The MGM Years (Mercury 2001) —For Tater.Buy it!
Lefty Frizzell “Shine, Shave, Shower (It's Saturday)” from Life's Like Poetry, Volume 1 (Bear Family www.bear-family.de) —Lefty was was born on this date in 1928.Buy it!
Lefty Frizzell “A King Wthout A Queen” from Life's Like Poetry, Volume 2 (Bear Family www.bear-family.de 1984)Buy it!
Merle Haggard “I'm An Old, Old Man (Tryin' To Live While I Can)” from If We Make It Through December (CAPITOL 1974) —Written by Lefty FrizzellBuy it!
Red Knuckles & the Trailblazers “Always Late (With Your Kisses)” from Hot Rize Presents Red Knuckles & The Trailblazers (Flying Fish 1982) —Also written by Lefty Frizzell. Sung by Tim "Red" O'Brien.Buy it!
Bobby Roberts “Honey...If You Don't Straighten Up!” from single (45 rpm) (State Fair) —Co-written and produced by our friend and former KDHX DJ Gene Roberts.Buy it!
The Willis Brothers “Pinball Anonymous” from single (45 rpm) (Starday)Buy it!
Doc Watson “Shake Rattle And Roll” from Docabilly (SUGAR HILL ww.sugarhillrecords.com 1995) R —For friend and renewing member Doug Leeker. Thanks much.Buy it!
Elvis Presley “Mystery Train” from The Sun Sessions CD (RCA 1987) —For long time member and friend, Sharon Hoffman. Thank you.Buy it!
John D Loudermilk “Interstate 40” from John D. Loudermilk Sings A Bizzare Collection Of The Most Unusual Songs (RCA 1966) —Today is John D. Loudermilk's birthday. Born in 1934. He wrote Tobacco Road and Break My Mind, to name a couple of his many hit songs.Buy it!
Hank Williams and Anita Carter “I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love WIth You)” from The Complete Hank Williams (Mercury 1998) —Anita Carter was born on this day in 1933.Buy it!
Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn “Keep Those Cards And Letters Coming In” from Mr. And Mrs. Used To Be (Decca)Buy it!
Carl Smith And The Tunesmiths “Go Boy Go” from The Essential Carl Smith (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1991)Buy it!
Wanda Jackson “I Betcha My Heart I Love You” from Cream of The Crop (CAPITOL 1968) —Thanks to everyone who contributed to KDHX during The Midday Jamboree portion of the Spring membership drive 2012. Keep those cards and letters coming in.Buy it!
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