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TEXAS RADIO SHORTWAVE REPRISES THREE SHOWS ON WRMI, 5950 KHZ, BEGINNING AT 2300 UTC ON SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2022   
Friday, June 24 2022

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TEXAS RADIO SHORTWAVE REPRISES THREE SHOWS ON WRMI, 5950 KHZ, BEGINNING
AT 2300 UTC ON SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2022

TRSW rebroadcasts three shows on WRMI this weekend, beginning on
Saturday, June 25 at 2300 UTC.

The shows are:
Saturday, June 25 @ 2300 UTC - Suspense (old-time radio)
Sunday, June 26 @ 0000 UTC - Roger Miller
Sunday, June 26 @ 0100 UTC - Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys.

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Suspense (2300 UTC, Saturday, June 25)

Suspense was a radio series broadcast on CBS from 1942 through 1962. 
One of the great radio shows of the Golden Age of Radio, Suspense, was
subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills." The show usually
featured leading Hollywood actors of the era.

The digitally restored shows are from August and June 1942.

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Roger Miller (Sunday, June 26 @ 0000 UTC)

Along with Ray Stevens and a couple more performers, Roger Miller began
his pop career singing "silly songs."  "You Can't Rollerskate in a
Buffalo Herd," "Chugalug," and "My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died,"
are three examples of the songs that made Roger famous. However, he had
many serious songs that rivaled anything during his career.

Here's a TRSW mix of his songs:

A World So Full Of Love
Burning Bridges
Chug-a-lug
I've Been A Long Time Leavin' (But Leavin' Be A Long Time Gone)
In The Summertime
It Happened Just That Way
Kansas City Star
King of the Road
Leavin's Not The Only Way To Go
Me And Bobby McGee
My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died
Old Friends (With Willie Nelson)
Old Toy Trains
One Dyin' And A Buryin'
Open Up Your Heart
River In The Rain
Song Medley (With Glen Campbell)
The Ballad Of Waterhole #3
The Fiddle Song (With Doug Kershaw)
The Wrong Kind Of Girl
Trouble On The Turnpike
What Are Those Things (With Big Black Wings)
Where Have All The Average People Gone
You Can't Rollerskate In A Buffaloherd.

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Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys (Sunday, June 26 @ 0100 UTC)

Bob Wills is known as the King of Western Swing for having performed his
brand of dancehall music with a Texas Flair.

Here are the songs we'll play during the hour:
Bluer Than Blue
Bring It On Down to My House, Honey
Corrine, Corrina
Drop Me Off At Bob's Place
Good Old Oklahoma
I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares for Me)
I'm a Ding Dong Daddy (From Dumas)
Ida Red
Liza, Pull Down the Shades
Miss Molly
New San Antonio Rose
Right Or Wrong
San Antonio Rose
She's Killing Me
Sitting On Top of the World
Steel Guitar Rag
Sunbonnet Sue
Who Walks In (When I Walk Out)
Whoa Babe.

--
Terry Colgan N5RTC
Austin, Texas USA



 


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