Fantasy Records is proud to announce the signing of country music outlaw Tanya Tucker who is set to release her brand-new album in late summer 2019. Produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings, While I’m Livin’ will mark Tucker’s first release of all new material since 2002’s Tanya.
Eleven Hundred Springs' 2018 album 'The Finer Things in Life' introduced the Texas Music Scene to a retooled band lineup that now features dual lead guitars from front-man Matt Hillyer and Chad Rueffer. Track #1 on the album showcases this new element. It's the cajun-tinged song called "Acadian Thruway." Here's the band performing it live at The Marc in San Marcos, Texas
Country music icon Tanya Tucker has conquered the music industry for more than five decades and is now launching Cosa Salvaje Tequila (Wild Thing) with founder Elle France.
Joe Difffie joins the station as midday host, effective Monday, April 1st, and will voice track his shows from Nashville and from his various tour stops. He will maintain an active touring schedule.
Next Country Hall of Fame inductee, Ronnie Dunn, sings one of the best Brooks & Dunn hits "Neon Moon" on Front and Center.
Bobby Marquez sings "Complicated Woman", and New Hillbilly collaborator, Cowboy Anton, interviews this true country singer on the first episode of Red Hot & Country. A fantastic approach to the Texan singer.
Always Somethin' written/performed by Felix Truvere. It's been many years with a long journey for Felix, hope you enjoy this great video.
Live Radio Bristol Session with Chatham County Line performing "Sire Song" from the 2017 International Bluegrass
With this song 'Jesus, Elvis and Me,' Buddy Jewell shows a sense of humor fans of his radio hits thus far may not be familiar with. The cute lyric is fun for anyone, but those that enshrine this holy trinity as much as Jewell's better-half in the song will go gaga for this gut-buster.
This song is what helped to ignite Bandy’s friendship with the Bush family over 30 years ago. His relationship with President George H. W. Bush and the late First Lady Barbara Bush is described in detail in Bandy’s new autobiography, Lucky Me. The former first lady penned the book’s foreword.
In a cybernetic crazy world this song is about returning to a simpler time and the sentiment is just perfect, the line “I don’t need a photograph, I’d rather have the memory” one many people can certainly relate to.
Could this 22 y.o. Texan singer be the next "George Strait"? Marez’s rich vocals tell tales of long nights, former flames and new love with a relatable honesty. Just like King George.
Cowboy Anton interviews true country singer Bobby Marquez on the first episode of Red Hot & Country. A fantastic approach to the Texan singer.
New Official Music Video for "Rio" by Kyle Park, featuring World Champion Tie-Down Roper Tuf Cooper.
"Ain't Nobody Hotter" from Kyle Park's 2018 album "Don't Forget Where You Come From". A hot summer hit!
Fantantic show by the beautiful and talented Tanya Tucker, plus Little Jimmy Dickens and Peter Rowan. Live at Wembley, London, in 1987.
Max Stalling mixes epic sci-fi and Western Swing on this LIVE cut of "Little Apone" - which is one of the cornerstone tunes from his album 'Banquet.'
"Outta Style" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Aaron Watson. It was released on November 14, 2016 as the lead-off single from his album Vaquero. It became Watson's first Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and also reached the Top 20 of the Country Airplay chart.
"Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain" is a song performed by Willie Nelson and the Boys (Willie's Stash, Vol. 2)
Texas legend Tanya Tucker performs one of her greatest songs "Texas (When I Die)".
"Texas (When I Die)" is a song co-written and originally recorded by American country music artist Ed Bruce. Bruce's version peaked at number 52 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1977.
After the death of former flame Glen Campbell on August 8, 2017, Tucker released her first single since 2009, "Forever Loving You", a song co-penned by Tennessee State Senator Rusty Crowe. The song's proceeds will benefit Alzheimer's research and was debuted on "The Today Show" in August of 2017. Now she performs "Forever Loving You" on Huckabee.