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Large and Small BGE, and a baby black Kub.
And all the toys to make me look like a Gizmo Chef.
This thread has so far resulted in a 3 hour late night journey via Pandora. Alot of fun listening to stuff I've never heard before, or have not listened to in a long time!
Johnson, Navin R... Sounds like a typical bastard.
No stale oldies here. Lots of Trout, as in Walter, as you can see. One of the all time greats and still kickin' major butts at 60 with his recent CD Blues for the Modern Daze.
In no specific order.
Merle Haggard Readio
Hank and Hank JR
Kenny Chesney Radio
Montgomery Gentry Radio
Keith Urban Radio
Smooth Jazz Radio
Mathew Cook Radio
Zac Brown Band
Bob Marley Radio
Johnny Cash Radio
"Entrepreneurs are simply those who understand that there is little difference between obstacle and opportunity and are able to turn both to their advantage."
My listening tastes are all over the board. I typically put on Margaritaville Radio, but lately I've been listening to Springsteen's Born to Run album. I also love to listen to play by play baseball while egging.
I'm with Cen Tex on Texas singer songwriters, I've spent a total of 36 hours in Texas but listen to Hayes, Ray Wylie, James McMurtry, Billy Joe, & Jerry Jeff(even though he's really not from Texas) all the time.
Tower of PowerLittle FeatCharlie DanielsDire StraitsPocoNeville Bros.The Wild Tchoupatoulas (sp?) And I'm adding Trombone Shorty, @#!*% that was killer!
The Dead, The Band, SRV, John Lee, John Prine and Tragically Hip
No. I'll check him out though. I loved all the folksingers from the late sixties and seventies. Steve Goodman was one of the best
Merle HaggertConway TwittyTammy WynetteLoretta Lynn
"it is never too early to drink, but it may be too early to be seen drinking"
Old crow medicine show,Avett brothers, and you have to give JJ grey and the mofros a chance you will dig there sound white boy who sounds like a old blues singer.can never go wrong with Willie and Johnny though