Ultimate Twang

  • Thursday 4-7pm

It's a trip back in time to those days in your daddy's pickup truck, with the George Jones, and Waylon Jennings 8-tracks playing; or to the times in your grandmother's kitchen, drinking an RC, eating too many Smarties, Mary Janes, or Tootsie Rolls, with Eddy Arnold or Kitty Wells in the background. Perhaps it's the Hank Jr. or Alabama song that's part of the soundtrack for that special vacation, first baseball game, first car, or first love. Whether the year was 1993, 1973, or 1953; the memories return with Ultimate Twang. The reminiscent sounds of days past from the voices and pickers you loved, along with a few you might have forgotten about. Simply sit back and enjoy, as the gentle breezes of yesterday carry those long-lost sounds and events back to the forefront of your memories.


Ultimate Twang's Blog

Feb. 23 2017
Crystal Gayle We Must Believe In Magic

Ok, she really didn't say that, but if I asked her, I bet she would. This week's show is literally jammed with nostalgia, great music, fun, and more! Don't miss this one! It's your ultimate Throwback Thursday, and a great break from life's stresses and messes. 4p ET, today!

Feb. 16 2017
Barbara Mandrell "Love's Ups and Downs" LP

Rockabilly, Honky Tonk piano, traditional country, pop-country, we got the variety, today, as we always do on the Ultimate Twang show. This week, expect to hear Johnny Rodriguez, The Wilburn Brothers, Tim McGraw, Del Wood, Lynn Anderson, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Pee Wee King, and so many more favorites from the past. We'll kick it off at 4p ET, today!

Feb. 9 2017
Charlie Rich Behind Closed Doors LP

Here are five reasons you should be listening to today's Ultimate Twang...

1. Bro-country free! No Luke, Kane, FGL, or Sam on this show.

2. Three hours of wall-to-wall music.

3. Perhaps the most interesting lineup of music we've ever had on this program. It
includes pioneers such as The Carter Family and Merle Travis; country crossover
sounds from the Charlie Daniels Band and Randy Vanwarmer; plus, greats from
all the past eras: Hank Snow, Tex Ritter, Tanya Tucker, Mark Chesnutt, Janie
Fricke, John Michael Montgomery, Mel Tillis, Anne Murray, and John Anderson,
among others.

4. It's educational!

5. It might make you a part of the "in-crowd".

Join me, starting at 4p ET, this afternoon!

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