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Wayne’s Music 22/23 March 2014.  keepin’ It Country.

‘When You leave That Way You Can never Go Back’    Confederate Railroad from Georgia, served as a backing band for outlaw country singer David Allan Coe, before releasing six albums in their own right …

‘Teardrops Will Kiss The Morning Dew’      Alison Krauss -  with a song she recorded on her first album with her backing band The Union Station – back at the end of the eighties.. 

‘Who Will The next Fool be’    The Amazing Rhythm Aces – with their southern country reading of this wonderful blues song by Charlie Rich …

‘I’m At Home On The Range’  this is Wayne’s Music with some floor fillin’, two steppin’ honky tonkin’ country … here’s Suzy Bogguss showing why she is one of the most versatile performers in the business these days …

‘Sneaky Moon’               Dan Seals (younger brother of James Seals, one half of the Seals and Crofts duo … this is from his 1992 album Walking the Wire.  .

‘That Girl’             Jennifer Nettles, the lead vocalist of the duo Sugarland – before that she was in the band Soul Miner’s Daughter and her own Jennifer Nettles band …

‘Hot Burrito #1’              The Mavericks sing Gram Parsons … on the Return Of The grievous Angel tribute collection             

‘You’re The Reason’                Shanley Del  from her Nashville album of 1997 “My Own sweet Time”.                  

‘Further Down The Road’                  Charlie Landsborough              

‘Maiden’s prayer’           a tribute to Bob Wills music from The Squirrel Nut Zippers and Asleep At The Wheel …

‘Brand New Dance’                  Emmylou Harris             

‘I’m here To Love You’           Kieran Kane  - the owner of Dead reckoning Records and one half of the O’Kane’s Duo

‘Hello Mr Heartache’                The Dixie Chicks from the Fly album – extremely successful for the trio with 4 Grammy Nominations

‘My Baby’s Everything I Love’          Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn on the 2003 album that produced three top ten singles … Red Dirt Road.

’Between You And Me’            Donna Dean from the album she made with The Amazing Rhythm Aces –at the end of the 90s. 

Wayne’s Music Sunday 23 March 2014.  keeping it country.  PART ONE

‘My First taste Of Texas’                   Ed Bruce from This Old hat …the singer/writer from Arkansas, although after four decades of making music, he probably claims Tennessee as his home these days. 

‘The End Is Not In Sight’                   The Amazing Rhythm Aces …from that great second 1976 album “Too Stuffed To Jump” which climbed into the country top ten  - this was the song that won the Grammy Award for Country vocal performance by a Group that year. 

‘I’ve Just seen A face’              Tami Neilson from The Kitchen Table Sessions Volume 11 … recorded at her brother’s house in Canada …

‘All Of me’           George Strait with a love song  … 70 million albums sold – Mr Strait must easily be one of the most successful country recording stars of all time …

‘You Don’t Know me’              Camille Te Nahu from the very first album released in 2002 for the girl from Gisborne. 

PART TWO

‘Something So Right’               Trisha Yearwood sings Paul Simon

‘House Of cards’            Barry and Holly Tashian with an oldie – I remember Barry telling me in an interview a few years ago about being in the Boston Rock band the Remains and opening for the Beatles on the Fab Four’s summer tour of America in 1966

‘Hey Good Lookin’                  Hank Williams Jr introduces his Father – the famous Country Drifter. 

‘You Remind Me Of A bad memory’           Australia’s Audrey Auld … living and performing now in Nashville.

‘It Don’t get Any Better Than This’    The Late George Jones from his 55th studio album … celebrating classic country with a bunch of pals, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Bobby Bare  …

‘Sorry You Asked?’                 Dwight Yoakam on his 7th album – that hit the top 5 on the Country album charts

‘A Going Away Party’              Asleep at The Wheel team up with The Manhattan Transfer and Willie nelson for the tribute album to the music of Bob Wills …

‘Lanterns On The Levee’          Kate Campbell – from her debut album – Songs From The Levee. She says her songs are inspired by the people and culture of the modern south. 

‘There’ll Be Some Changes Made’               Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler go neck and neck with some fretboard magic …

‘All I Ever Need Is You’           Camille Te Nahu  and Stuie French …making their own brand of music these days in Australia …

‘Good Thing’                 Al Witham – with his swampy blues roots feel … the kapiti coast based singer/writer/guitarist is well known for his performances around Kapiti and Wairarapa …

‘Helensville’          The Bads …

‘The man From Snowy River’   Australia’s National treasure the late Slim Dusty puts music to the bush poet Banjo Paterson’s piece first published in The Bulletin, an Aussie news magazine on the 26th April 1890.