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Featured Artist Friday: March 7

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Hey guys and gals! It's the 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. Collin Raye – Galveston
2. The Bellamy Brothers – I Love Texas Girls
3. Brad Good – Round Here

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Texas Tornados: Live in Austin, TX

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This week's featured Texas performance comes from the legendary Texas Tornados. This 2005 release features Doug Sahm, Freddy Fender, Augie Meyers and Flaco Jimenez at their best! Tune in to KBEC on March 6th at 7pm to hear the entire recording!

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Gulf Coast Cowboy: March 5

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Welcome back, Gulf Coast Cowboys! Spring Break is upon us and that can only mean one thing: 1 week of uninterrupted beach time. For the thousand of us making our way down to Padre Island, that's what's keeping us going. There's nothing like sitting out on the beach, sand between our toes, with a beverage in our hands. Spring break is all about letting loose and forgetting about your worries. Let's celebrate!

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Featured Artist Friday: February 28

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Hey guys and gals! It's the 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. Jolie Holliday – Cowboys are Crazy
2. Shooter Jennings – Walk of Life
3. Get Back to the Country – Marty Stuart

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Johnny Horton: Live from the Louisiana Hayride

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This week's Live In Texas show is Johnny Horton: Live from the Louisiana Hayride. This is the only live collection of Johnny Horton's work on CD. His sound -- a combination of driving folk rhythms, hardcore honky tonk, and driven by a rockabilly attack -- was singular. Live versions of his hits are here, "Honky Tonk Man," "Jambalaya", "Battle of New Orleans," "Sal's Got a Sugar Lip," and "Sink the Bismark."

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