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Sir Douglas Quintet: Live at Austin City Limits

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Sir Douglas Quintet

Arguably the greatest and most influential Tex-Mex group ever, the Sir Douglas Quintet epitomized Texas' reputation as a fertile roots music melting pot and established the career of Tex-Mex cult legend Doug SahmJoin us on Thursday, August 14 at 7pm on KBEC to hear the entire record!

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Gulf Coast Cowboy: August 13th

Welcome back to the Gulf Coast Cowboy! This week we've got a special treat for you! We'll be interviewing another Trop Rock Song Of The Year nominee! This week it's Brittany Kingery! This weeks show is all about hitting the road and traveling somewhere far away from normal. Whan's the last time you went on a road trip? My guess is that it's been too long. Sit back and let your mind wander during this week's show and start thinking about your next vacation. Don't forget to visit TropRock.org and vote for KBEC as your favorite radio station! Join us on Wednesday, August 13, at 7pm for your weekly dose of the beach!

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Featured Artist Friday: August 8

Hey guys and gals! It's Featured Artist Friday! As usual, I've got 3 songs up for inclusion in our rotation. Visit us on our Facebook page and let us know what you think!


1. Hangin’ Around – Josh Abbott Band

2. Do You Miss Texas – Callahan Divide

3. Boondocks – Little Big Town

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Live in Texas: Collin Raye at Billy Bob's

The album simply captures Raye doing a highly professional, high-energy set of his hits. At first it's a little too high-energy, as he really pushes "My Kind of Girl" too hard to get the set off to an energetic start, but soon the music reaches an amiable equilibrium, balancing skillfully between sentimental ballads and friendly honky tonkers. While there's nothing surprising -- Raye isn't suddenly revealed as a hardcore country purist -- it's a smooth and satisfying listen, a good first live effort, and a record that's sure to please longtime fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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Join us on Thursday, July 14 at 7pm on KBEC to hear the entire Collin Raye: Live at Billy Bob's record!

The album simply captures Raye doing a highly professional, high-energy set of his hits. At first it's a little too high-energy, as he really pushes "My Kind of Girl" too hard to get the set off to an energetic start, but soon the music reaches an amiable equilibrium, balancing skillfully between sentimental  ballads and friendly honky tonkers. While there's nothing surprising -- Raye isn't suddenly revealed as a hardcore country purist -- it's a smooth and satisfying listen, a good first live effort, and a record that's sure to please longtime fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

 

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Gulf Coast Cowboy: August 6

Welcome back to the Gulf Coast Cowboy! This week we've got a "Best Of" show put on by the guys in the station. It's a good start to introduce your friends to Trop Rock since these are some of the best out there. Don't forget to visit TropRock.org and vote for KBEC as your favorite radio station! Join us on Wednesday, August 6, at 7pm for your weekly dose of the beach. For this week's show, grab a friend, a cold one and a beach chair so you can listen in style!

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