Monday, July 25, 2016

Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour 07-25-16


This week's show is a rocker!!  We've got interview snippets from both WS Holland and John Fogerty!  Plus, new tunes from Frantic Rockers, A.J. & The Rockin' Trio, Fatboy, Rocky Burnette & Darrel Higham and classics from Elvis Presley, Eddie Dixon, Gene Vincent, The Diamonds, BR5-49, Skeets McDonald, Sleepy LaBeef and more!

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Intro by Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey
Intro music bed:  Brian Setzer- "Rockabilly Blues"

AJ & The Rockin' Trio- "Waitin' For You"
Elvis Presley- "Reconsider Baby"
WS Holland on Johnny Cash and "Ring Of Fire"
Johnny Cash- "Ring Of Fire"
Eddie Dixon- "Relentless"
Fatboy- "Cruel Love"
Flying Saucers- "Some Like It Hot"
Roy Brown- "Hip Shakin' Baby"
The BellFuries- "Letter To My Maybe Baby"
Gene Vincent- "Say Mama"
The Diamonds- "The Stroll"
Lee Rocker- "Hard Headed Woman"
John Fogerty on going for a rockabilly sound with CCR
Creedence Clearwater Revival- "Green River"
BR5-49- "Seven Nights To Rock"
Skeets McDonald- "Heartbreakin' Mama"
Frantic Rockers- "Low Down Dog"
Rocky Burnette & Darrel Higham- "Unlucky Blues"
Sleepy LaBeef- "Polk Salad Annie"

Outro music bed:  Rocky Burnette & Darrel Higham- "Green Hills"


Thursday, July 21, 2016

Johnny Cash hits #1 with "I Walk The Line"


Johnny Cash tops the country chart this day in 1956 with one of his signature tunes- "I Walk The Line".  This is his 3rd Sun Records single and 1st #1 chart success.  It remained on the chart for over 43 weeks and sold 2 million copies.  See a 23 year old cash performing this live on The Tex Ritter Show here...


Monday, July 18, 2016

Hillbilly Moon Explosion part 2/ Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour 07-18-16


Hillbilly Moon Explosion's Emanuel Hutter and Oliver Baroni join us for part 2 of our interview this week as we discuss the band's latest project, With Monsters And Gods.  We also get a couple of requests from them for Patsy Cline and Rusty & Doug Kershaw!  Plus, listen for rockers from Smokehouse Dave, Kokomo Kings, Slivertooth Loos & The Witch, Vince & The Sunboppers and Brian Setzer!!

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Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey
Intro music bed- Brian Setzer- "Rockabilly Blues"

Smokehouse Dave- "Real Gone Daddy"
Kokomo Kings- "Hook, Line & Sinker"

Hillbilly Moon Explosion interview:
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "Love You Better"
Segment 1
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "Black Ghost"
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "Chick Habit"
Segment 2
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "Down On Your Knees"
Segment 3
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "Desperation"
Segment 4
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "You Miss Something"
Segment 5
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "Call Me"
Segment 6
Hillbilly Moon Explosion- "Jackson"
Segment 7
Rusty & Doug- "Hey Mae"
Patsy Cline- "Leaving On Your Mind"

Silvertooth Loos & The Witch- "Night Owl"
Vince & The Sunboppers- "Dance With Sally"
Brian Setzer- "Peroxide Blonde In A Hopped Up Model Ford"

Outro:  Chet Atkins- "El Cumbanchero"






Friday, July 15, 2016

Columbia drops Johnny Cash this day in 1986


Johnny Cash was dropped from Columbia Records this day in 1986 after spending 28 years with the label.  Before joining Columbia in 1958, Cash began his recording career at Sun Records in 1955.  After being dropped from Columbia, he had an unsuccessful run at Mercury Records until Rick Rubin rejuvenated his career on his American Recordings label in 1994.  Cash would record with them until the time of his death in 2003.

"A Boy Named Sue"