Posts Tagged ‘Ray Price’
From the desk of Tracy Pitcox: Johnny Bush was born in the blue-collar neighborhood of Kashmere Gardens in Houston, Texas. Bush listened to the western swing music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys and the honky-tonk sounds of artists like Ernest Tubb, Lefty Frizzell and Hank Thompson.
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We go back twenty years to see Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys in 1990. This music video is a classic. Watch as Ray Price introduces the Cherokee Cowboys. As the video starts James Curtis is the drummer, but Johnny Bush replaces James on drums. Buddy Emmons is the steel guitarist, while Buddy Spicher plays fiddle. Moises Calderon plays piano, while Darrell McCall plays bass.
Episode ten of Tru Country, filmed at the Circle T Arena in Hamilton Texas, featured the very talented Bobby Flores and the equally talented and thrilling James Hand. Bobby Flores started the show with “Time Changes Everything”. Visit Bobby at Yellow Rose Records, where the sign above the door says “Great Texas Music”.
“Just Dance” is the title of Bode Barker’s CD and this star of Texas music is a gifted songwriter and artist. Only featured twice so far on season one of Tru Country on RFD TV, we certainly hope to see more of him. Every song on his “Just Dance” CD is spectacular and listeners fall in love with Bode Barker’s voice. “Just Dance is The Country Classics featured CD of the week.
Ray Price will perform at Gruene Hall on March 5th, 2010. Tickets are $32.50 and can be ordered by calling 830-629-5077
The Country Classics received Landon Dodd’s new CD “Call Of The Wine” today and the CD is truly impressive. Every single track is outstanding, and we couldn’t wait for the next track. If you ordered CD’s only to find out that you were skipping tracks, we’re here to tell you that won’t be the case with “Call Of The Wine”. You will enjoy every song on this great CD, and the CD sets a new standard for country music.
Episode seven of Tru Country opened with James Hand singing “The Parakeet”, and it was a great start to the show. The band was hot, as always, and James Hand was a treat to see. Viewers haven’t seen James Hand since the first show of the season.
Ray Price will be the featured guest on the Ralph Emery Live program to be aired on RFD-TV on Monday, Feb. 15th. I am sure this is one television event you will not want to miss. You’ll see Ray Price, of course, and this is the Cherokee Cowboys Band:
George Strait had 44 Number 1 hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Counting all other music charts, Strait has amassed a total of 57 number 1 hits overall. The achievement for Strait, and country music, meant George Strait produced more hits than anyone in any other genre of music. He has been active from 1975 through the present, but his first charted release was in 1981.