JLY: Father/Son Tour Approaching

Hey, folks. So it’s the eve of departure for the tour with my dad, Steve Young. (www.steveyoung.net) He came to my place in Muskogee, OK a few days ago to hang out with my daughter for a bit and to do some rehearsing with me. It’s been mostly smooth. Ha! We’re actually going on down…

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D.W. Dasher: Salute To Our Troops

Hello there, my fellow outlaws and angels, renegades and wanderers, hippies and cowboys and cowgirls, farming friends, composters, humanitarians, soldiers, teachers, artists, rainbow warriors, laborers and patriots!  And to all of those in between – greetings from Nashville, Tennessee this Memorial Day, 2012. I feel a cheer to our military personnel and families is in good…

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A Man, A Bar, A Buffalo: Rodeo Bar

Hi y’all, it’s Shannon Brown from   Trailer Radio  bloggin’ at you live from NYC! On Sunday June 3 @ 9pm, Trailer Radio is performing at the iconic  Rodeo Bar (375 Third Avenue at 27th Street) in NYC.  Rodeo Bar is the #1 destination for country music in this town.  They’ve crammed about as much…

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Red Steagall Interview

 Dave Pilot interviews Legend RED STEAGALL.  There’s no greater mythic American figure than the lone cowboy and his horse framed against a prairie sky.  The image has become in many ways the epitome of the American ideal; that simple vision of resilience and strength and wherewithal that doesn’t bend and quit.  Every boy I knew…

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Heartworn Art: Townes Van Zandt

Sometimes we get lost in a moment, then always search for that moment’s magic over again. By the Grace through Art , we can relive those moments with paintings that take you back to that very feeling. Nashville Artist Amy Jean Kenna is a absoulte delightful painter who does her craft with incredible passion and unique…

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Dear Mr. Billy Joe Shaver

Early this mornin’ without any warnin’ I took me a look at myself, good God I seen how this married up life I been livin’ Was tryin’ to choke me to death I laid on the bed with my gun to my head And I nearly ’bout ended it all But I come to myself…

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