With A Western Flavor...

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

I periodically get a hankerin' to do a show of country or western-flavored music. This is one of those weeks and one of those shows. And, to top it off, in the night’s mail was the latest Western-infused album by Tom Russell, “Indian Cowboys Horses Dogs” on HighTone. We squeezed in two cuts.

In the mix are old "friends" like Russell, Jack Hardy and Dave Alvin and new "finds" such as actor Ronny Cox and the Texas duo of Albert & Gage. During the past year, Riders in the Sky celebrated 25 years as a musical group.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Ken Graydon, He's A Cowboy, The Takin' Of The West, The Way I Heard It, Independent

  • Riders In The Sky, Texas Plains, Back In The Saddle Again, (Ghost) Riders In The Sky, Silver Jubilee, Acoustic Disc


  • Ronny Cox, Always In The Wind, Silver City, From The Dust, Cowboy Savant, Independent


  • Jack Hardy, Ponderosa, Faded Old Rose, Bandolier, Bandolier, Great Divide


  • Tom Rozum, Jubilee, Jubilee, Signature Sounds


  • Albert & Gage, Thumbalina, Cold Hard Truth, At Anderson Fair, Moon House


  • Tom Russell, The Sky Above The Mud Below, Song Of the West, HighTone

  • Tom Russell, “Bucking Horse Moon”, Indians Cowboys Horses Dogs, HighTone

  • Tom Russell, “Hallie Lonegan”, Song Of West, HighTone

  • Tom Russell, “Bacon Rind/Chief Seattle/The Ballad Of Ira Hayes”, Indians Cowboys Horses Dogs, HighTone


  • Dave Alvin, Abilene, East Texas Blues, Texas Boogie, HighTone


  • Jack Hardy, Singer's Lament, Bandolier, Great Divide