Big Texas Radio “Currents” as of October 14, 2018

Sorted Alphabetically  |  “Current” Songs are played more frequently

Aaron Copeland – Drunk as Hell
Adam Hood – She Don’t Love Me
Bob Mauldin – Van Zandt County Line
Bobby Marquez – Trapped By Your Memory
Brandon Michael – Wait’s for You
Brent Giddens – Texas Wildfire
Bri Bagwell – If You Were a Cowboy
Cameran Nelson – Life Is
Canaan Bryce – City Limit Sign
Casey Peveto Band – Maybe
Chad Cooke Band – Whatever It Takes
Chere’ Pepper – Cowboy Boots
Chuck Shaw – Burn That Oil
Clay Hollis – Can’t Let a Good Thing Get Away
Cody Bryan Band – Texas Highway
Cody Rhodes – She Wants Me To Stay (Stay Gone)
Cooper Wade – High Time
Cory Morrow – Whiskey and Pride
Doc West – Tears in Her Heart
Drew Fish Band – Better Place
Drew Moreland – God and Cash
Eddie Saenz – Georgia Girl
Felix Truvere – Fake It Till I Make It
Frank Ray – Tequila Mockingbird
Garrett Ford – Woke Up in Waco
Giovannie & The Hired Guns – Run Away
Heather Whitney – What Part of Life
Huser Brother Band – Highway
Isaac Jacob Band – The Price We Gotta Pay (feat Mike Harmeier)
Jake Flint – Long Road Back Home
James Garland – Tailgate For Two
Jamie Richards – She Remains
Jaron Bell (feat Austin Allsup) – Missing You
Jason Cassidy (featuring Heather Little) – Falling Too Fast
Jason Herrin – Wrapped Up
Jericho Burley – Honky Tonk Jail
Jesse Raub Jr – Sittin’ Here
JJ Roberson – A Girl Like You
Jon Wolfe – Hang Your Hat on That
Josh Ward – Ain’t It Baby
Judson Cole Band – Battles
Kaleb McIntire – Love Song
Kenna Danielle – I-35 Reasons
Lauren Corzine – If This is Love
Madelyn Victoria – Right Here With You
Market Junction – Leaving Memphis
Matt and The Herdsmen – Hello Heartache
Matt caldwell – Lights Out
Mike Donnell – With You
Mike Love – Lost Highway
Mike Ryan – Damn Good Goodbye
Morgan McKay – The Dark Before the Dawn
Pat Green – Friday’s Comin’
Pat Waters – You Ain’t Never Been To Texas
Presley Phillips – Last Rodeo
Randall King – Mirror, Mirror
Randy Overton – Waitin’ For The Other Shoe To Fall
Ray Wylie Hubbard – Easy Money Down in Texas
Reverend’s Daughter – Down Here in Texas
Rob Dixon – Country Music’s gone to Sh-t (radio edit)
Robert Ray – Two Steppin’ at a Time
Robynn Shayne – Hell Broke Loose
Saints Eleven – My Heart
Season Ammons – Jim Beam and Nicotine
Shea Abshier & the Nighthowlers – As You Weep
Six Sanchez – Boat in a Bottle
Smoke Wagon – Brooks
Spur 327 Band – Beneath The Texas Sunset
Sundance Head – Leave Her Wild
Tanner Sparks – Good Intentions
Trey Gonzalez – Here I Am
Wade Bowen – Death, Dyin’ and Deviled Eggs
Wesley Michael Hayes – Baby Hold On
WhiskeyHat – Austin Nights (Slight Return)
Will Carter – Fiesta, Siesta, Tequila, Repeat
Xavier Joseph – Gotta Be Bad (To Have a Good Time)

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Fredericksburg Trip

Recently, we made it down to the Hill Country to catch Ray Wylie Hubbard at Luckenbach. It was a great time for the wife and me. To start the show, Dalton Domino did an hour’s worth of one-man acoustic. Then, RWH came out, backed with his son Lucas on guitar. I can’t remember the drummer’s name. I coulda swore I heard a bass in the mix, but didn’t see one. My wife was not known to be a big fan of Ray’s music, but I think that’s changed now. I thought I heard her singing along with “Snake Farm” and “Screw You We’re From Texas.”

I had never been to Luckenbach before. Interesting story behind modern-day Luckenbach. You should look it up sometime!

We stayed in Fredericksburg and enjoyed German cuisine and local beer. We also checked out a winery or two. On the way out, we checked out the LBJ Ranch. I meant to take more pictures, but whatcha gonna do? Maybe more next time.

  • Obligatory Luckenbach Pose

Something I noticed down there: Every business sells T-Shirts, koozies, hats and anything else they can put their logos on and sell! Hmmmm. Look for Johnny’s Bar & Grill/Big Texas Radio online store in the near future!