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Best Honky Tonk podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Honky Tonk podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Chris Shiflett, guitarist for Foo Fighters, Dead Peasants, and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, hosts "Walking The Floor," where he engages a wide range of musical guests, writers, athletes, and artists in one-on-one interviews exploring their creative inspirations, struggles, successes, and everything in between. Past guests include Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, Mike Ness, Steve Earle, John Doe, Sturgill Simpson, and more!
 
Some call it old country music; classic country music; real country music. We call it traditional country music, and that's exactly what we do here at "If That Ain't Country". We're a weekly, three-hour podcast featuring the very best traditional country, honky tonk, bluegrass and western swing from the golden years 'til today. Including the popular If That Ain't Country's Year In Country Music - pulling out the big hits and memories from a weekly feature year in the world of country music. ...
 
Hardcore Hooligan Honky Tonk Radio brought to ya'll from NWCZ radio.com aims to turn the Pacific Northwest music scene on its ear. Bringing real Outlaw Country and the bands that influenced Outlaw Country to the region. True fans pushing music to the masses. Get yer shitkickers on, its time to roll. Send submissions in hard files & contact Hardcore Hooligan Honky Tonk at: hardcorehooliganhonkytonk@gmail.com
 
A new radio show hosted by DJ Biggie Boutte' from the swamps of South Louisiana. Playing old, new, and obscure cuts from the 1950's to current. Mainly focusing on 60's garage-punk, psychedelic, traditional country, skiffle, with some rockabilly, surf, and Cajun thrown in as well. A big gumbo of kick ass music. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
 
This is where the Southern Highlands of America buck dances with the "Motherland" - big ole Africa... Yesterday, today & tomorrow.Worldwide, Hollers, Nooks & Crannies, Appalachian Old-Time music, Afro-Beats, Hillbilly Blues, Country & Eastern, Banjo & Fiddle tunes, Xalam & Kora improv, Griots bills paid in full, Boubon & Highlife, Mento Breakdowns, Oud laments, Field Recordings from the darkest basements, Holler Dub & Jungle Mixes, Self-determination & Sustainable designs, Finger picking gui ...
 
Midnight Honey is the sweet music of the world, a little bit of Delta blues, rockabilly, 50's/60's honky tonk/hillbilly, jazz, 78 RPM era, folk, and a healthy dose of bawdy ballads, poured into a blender and shaken up, ready to serve chilled and with a sprig of mint. The Diamond Mine is the mind of Ramblin' Blind Josh Pearson, bluesman, ameture historian, and collector of all parts of the old weird America. If you like your music hot 'n greasy with some extra kick to get your toes tappin on ...
 
Music City Roots: Live From The Factory is a weekly concert and live radio show that broadcasts every Wednesday night (7PM CST) on WMOT Roots Radio 89.5 FM in Murfreesboro-Nashville, Tennessee, and worldwide at www.musiccityroots.com. It's hosted by Grammy-winning artist Jim Lauderdale, legendary radio announcer Keith Bilbrey and show journalist/interview guy Craig Havighurst. We feature leading lights and new discoveries in Americana, blues, rock and roll, gospel, jazz, rockabilly, bluegras ...
 
Locals from around the world share the hidden treasures of their city. We’ll go beyond the basic tourist attractions to discover the best things to do, eat, drink, and see from a local’s point of view. Whether you’re using airline miles, hotel points, or cold hard cash to travel, our goal is for you to have the best experience possible when you visit these cities thanks to the insider knowledge of our guests. Stay tuned and subscribe so that you can join us when we travel there.
 
Beneath the pavement, the highway known as U.S. 219 has a story to tell. Traveling 219 is a multimedia project, following in the tradition of the Federal Writers' Project by collecting stories along the highway. Want to hear from Dairy Farmers in Renick, a man who grinds heirloom corn called "Bloody Butcher" in Monroe County, stories of panther sightings in Pocahontas County, memories of the old Opera House in Thomas, and learn more about heritage travel destinations along US 219 that you ne ...
 
Everyman talk show hosts Jeff Brown ("Dr. Jeffrey), and Matt Mayo ("the MadMan") 'cast a weekly show focusing on a naked eye scatter shoot of emphases guaranteed to entertain, interest and incite deep belly laughter. Topics such as colloquial past times, national politicians, retro rock and country music, inspirational people, interesting occurrences, special events and the wonder of nature are touched upon using improvisational wit and unique "DJMM" perspective. Particular attention goes to ...
 
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Playlist: Willie Nelson- Night Life - The Essential Willie Nelson W Lee ODaniel His Hillbilly Boys- Dirty Hangover Blues - White Country Blues 19261938 BOB LARMAN- MAKE UP YOUR MIND BABY - Lets Think About Livin Lee Sims- Big Blue Moon - A Few More Miles To Go Charline Arthur- MOTHERINLAW BOOGIE - Hillbilly Boogieive Got The Blus The NiteOwls- Marr…
 
Governor Greg Abbott on Monday announced that the state’s bars will be allowed to reopen Friday at 25 percent capacity. While many Austin bars and live music establishments plan to take more time before reopening their doors, historic honky tonk the Broken Spoke will be back in business on Friday. “I’m tickled to death to open up the bar. I’m very …
 
Alex Battles - "Honky Tonk Radio Girl" Music behind DJ: Floyd Cramer - "I Feel Fine" - Class of '65 The Cables - "Choo-Choo" Swanee Caldwell - "I'm Gonna Stop" Glen Campbell - "Galveston" The Caps - "Who The Heck" Henson Cargill - "Me And Bobby McGee" Music behind DJ: Floyd Cramer - "King Of The Road" - Class of '65 The Carlisles - "No Help Wanted"…
 
We're in Nashville, Tennessee with Erin Pennington of the YouTube channel XPLR Nash. Erin and I talk about eating 10,000 Loveless Café biscuits, local history at the Hermitage and Natchez Trace, and beautiful waterfalls in local state parks. Show notes are at WeTravelThere.com/nashville Miles & points make travel affordable, but tracking them is di…
 
It’s a state-of-the-art platform for the art of the state: Austin Film Society on Thursday launched its new Lone Star Slate, a virtual screening library of Texas films. The films in the library’s initial lineup all were created by A-F-S-supported filmmakers and will be available in the society’s virtual cinema. A-F-S describes the Lone Star Slate a…
 
Spin is resuming operations of its stand-up electric scooters in Austin starting Friday. The company, which is licensed to operate 1,000 scooters in Austin, will deploy 240 devices to areas downtown, in East Austin, along East Riverside Drive and South Austin. More scooters will continue to be deployed, the company said. The company previously paus…
 
How does the idea of dining at a new restaurant strike you? Did you even think that would still be an option as early as this summer? Not everything has ground to a complete halt. Dining rooms have reopened to 50% capacity, and some are moving ahead with plans that have been in the works for months and even years. One such new eatery is Verbena [vu…
 
Austin police will prohibit the use and operation of personal watercraft, wet bikes, motorized surfboards and similar devices on Lake Austin until sunrise Tuesday. Non-motorized devices such as kayaks, canoes and paddleboards can be used. The annual ban of personal watercraft is to help ensure the safety of the number of people who make use of the …
 
A taxi driver who was being robbed by a passenger got police to help him by running a red light in Georgetown, officials said. A police sergeant said he saw the driver of a Dodge Grand Caravan taxi flash his lights and run a red light on Texas 195 on May 14. The sergeant said that when he stopped the car, the driver told him his passenger had said …
 
Governor Greg Abbott on Friday extended the deadline by which some employers are required to reimburse the state for unemployment benefits. The deadline, which was previously June 1st, has been moved to until the end of the year, according to a statement from the governor’s office. For its part in providing unemployment benefits throughout the stat…
 
The Wimberley school district board of trustees sought to lay to rest the controversy surrounding the unauthorized alteration of its logo using the colors of the gay pride flag with an unequivocal message: Let’s move on. On Wednesday evening, the board ended a nine-month fracas that pit First Amendment rights against copyright laws. The dispute dub…
 
Some boaters and commercial businesses around Lake Travis are breathing a sigh of relief after local officials lifted boat ramp restrictions that closed all but a couple of the facilities in the area. Several area parks and boat ramps reopened Friday on a limited basis, including Loop 360, Mansfield Dam (ramp only), Pace Bend (Collier ramp only) Ar…
 
Governor Greg Abbott has ordered county and municipal jails to suspend in-person visitations for inmates in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The executive order, which was announced Friday, will not apply to attorneys who are visiting clients, or to religious leaders and clergy members. When Abbott declared a state of disaster for Texas counties …
 
People can now sip beer or wine while walking the downtown streets of Taylor, or while sitting at outdoor tables in the area, because of an ordinance passed this week by the City Council. The ordinance took effect Thursday and ends on Sept. 29th. The council approved it to encourage people to visit businesses downtown, said Mayor Brandt Rydell. The…
 
Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday directed the state Health and Human Services Commission to expand COVID-19 testing to all patients, residents and staff at Texas’ 23 state-operated inpatient psychiatric hospitals and living centers. Abbott said that the expanded testing will mean, “we are better equipped to identify and mitigate these potential hot…
 
After facing questions about the accuracy of state figures on coronavirus testing, the Texas Department of State Health Services said it will stop combining the count for antibody tests with the count for standard viral tests to produce a tally for the total number of tests administered. The tally for total tests administered in the state has been …
 
We're in Syracuse, New York, with Deb Pollack of TravelHackingAdventures.com. Deb and I talk about the city’s annual Bacon & Bourbon Fest, the New York State Fair, and the smallest ski slope in the U.S. Show notes are at http://WeTravelThere.com/syracuse Miles & points make travel affordable, but tracking them is difficult. That's why I use AwardWa…
 
Potentially putting lives on the line amid the coronavirus pandemic, Texas Republicans are proceeding with plans for a huge, in-person convention in Houston in mid-July. “We have been developing plans to safely move forward with a spaced-out convention,” Texas Republican Party Chairman James Dickey said, referring to a gathering of about 7,500 now …
 
For more than two months, H-E-B has been making adjustments big and small to its stores due to the coronavirus. Now that shopping restrictions have started to lift and new store procedures are in place, the San Antonio-based grocery store announced that the newest Austin location, 8801 South Congress Avenue near the northwest corner of Interstate 3…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness month and to mark the occasion, Austin nonprofit, the Hi, How Are You project, is asking people to take an online pledge to check in on friends, loved ones and neighbors. In a video posted by the organization earlier this month, prominent musicians from Austin and around the country including Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and S…
 
Williamson County has issued more than 15-million-dollars in grants to small businesses. The Wilco Forward grant program was started on May 6th to provide financial assistance to local businesses affected by COVID-19. A total of 1,287 checks have been mailed to business owners who needed support to get back on their feet, according to the county. T…
 
Several Austin-area bars turned on their lights Friday, thanks to Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s order allowing drinking establishments to reopen at 25 percent capacity and with new safety protocols. A handful of the city’s strip clubs seem to be taking advantage of the order, too. Local adult establishments announced via social media that they would…
 
A driver suspected of being involved in a deadly hit-and-run in February surrendered to authorities over the weekend after a tipster helped crack the case, San Marcos police said Thursday. The driver, 23-year-old Antonio Alonzo of San Marcos has been charged with accident involving death in connection with a Feb. 29 incident in which pedestrian Eli…
 
The Pflugerville City Council on Thursday night voted to reopen the trail at Lake Pflugerville on May 26 with social distancing guidelines in place. The council voted 5-2, with members Jim McDonald and Doug Weiss voting against reopening the trail. The action comes just a day before the Memorial Day weekend. The trail is the only part of Lake Pflug…
 
San Marcos will reopen riverfront parks to active recreation seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. starting Friday. Park visitors are expected to maintain social distancing with those not living in their household and to wear face coverings when distancing is not possible. Parks scheduled to reopen include Rio Vista Park, City Park, San Marcos Pl…
 
Austin Parks and Recreation officials say they will increase monitoring at three popular city parks to ensure social distancing guidelines are met and prevent overcrowding. Austin parks staff members have been monitoring the capacity at Emma Long, Commons Ford Ranch and Walter E. Long metropolitan parks since May 8th. On May 14th, parks officials b…
 
Just in time for summer, the state is ditching the sales tax on certain water and energy-efficient appliances and products this weekend. Texas’ Water-Efficient Products and ENERGY STAR sales tax holiday starts at 12:01 a.m. Saturday and ends at 11:59 p.m. Monday. They may be more expensive but they can cost less to operate than conventional models.…
 
Williamson County reported its 21st death from a known coronavirus case on Friday. The county also reported eight new cases of confirmed coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 528. The person who died was a man in his 90s, the county said. Privacy protection laws only permit the release of limited patient information. County Judge Bill …
 
Round Rock-based Dell Technologies has suspended some employee benefits amid the downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to an internal company memo. Effective June 1st, the technology giant will cease matching U.S. employees’ contributions to their company 401(k) retirement plans, according to a memo sent to employees by Dell Techno…
 
The coronavirus shutdown has prompted a number of restaurants to permanently shutter, and now one of Austin’s best chocolate shops is joining them. Chocolaterie Tessa owner Tessa Halstead announced earlier this week that she would be closing the shop at the end of the week for good, citing high rent, rising operating costs and a decrease in busines…
 
Pop Up Grocer, a traveling pop-up grocery store that launched last year is coming to Austin in June. The shop at 408 West Second Street will feature more than 100 brands whose products aren’t necessarily available in grocery stores yet. The Austin store is an Instagram-friendly space where shoppers can find more than 400 new, innovative food, bever…
 
Nearly three years after first having been nominated to the federal agency that oversees elections, Austin attorney James Trainor, a conservative Republican, was confirmed by the Senate on Tuesday along partisan lines, 49 to 43. The vote making Trainor a commissioner on the Federal Election Commission means the agency will have a quorum for the fir…
 
With this weekend's planned graduation ceremonies canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Round Rock school district found a way to give seniors and their families a way to safely ― and memorably ― commemorate the occasion in person. This week, every senior is having the chance to walk across a stage at the Kelly Reeves Athletic Center and r…
 
Personal watercraft, including wet bikes, motorized surfboards and similar devices, will not be allowed on Lake Austin starting Friday at sunset and ending Tuesday at sunrise, Austin police said. People-powered devices like kayaks, canoes and paddle boards will still be allowed during the holiday weekend, police said. Other watercraft where users s…
 
Three new cases of COVID-19, the disease linked to the coronavirus, were confirmed in Comal County on Wednesday, health officials said. The new cases bring the county’s total of known cases to 81. The new patients include a Schertz resident in their 30s and two New Braunfels residents in their 30s and 40s. All three are self-isolating, officials sa…
 
Pflugerville police have identified the victim and a suspect involved in a fatal shooting Tuesday night. Police received a call at 11:15 p.m. about a shooting on Swenson Farms Boulevard and arriving officers found 20-year-old Kristopher Muldrew dead at the scene. A vehicle seen in the area that was believed to be involved in the shooting was later …
 
With summer vacation on the horizon and stay-at-home orders easing, Bee Cave Police Chief Gary Miller said he will have extra officers patrolling over the Memorial Day weekend in anticipation of increased traffic volume, officials said. The increased enforcement is partly funded through a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation to pay for…
 
Capital Metro’s free fare program expires at the end of May, but anyone who is unemployed can continue to ride for free throughout June, the public transit agency said Thursday. Additionally, CapMetro will install plexiglass shields on all vehicles by the end of May to protect operators and customers from spreading the coronavirus. The free fare pr…
 
C-V-S Health is opening up five drive-thru coronavirus testing locations in Austin on Friday as part of its nationwide plan to expand testing services. The company said it is planning on making a total of 1,000 drive-thru testing sites available throughout the country by the end of the month. The national retail pharmacy chain said that 44 of those…
 
Large events like the Austin City Limits Music Festival or Texas Longhorns football games are not likely through the end of the year as the coronavirus pandemic continues, Austin Public Health officials said Wednesday. “The large events are the first thing that we turned off and are going to be the last thing we’re going to turn back on because of …
 
Facing declines in future revenue, University of Texas leaders on Tuesday said several units will likely furlough employees or permanently reduce staff numbers in the near future. In a letter to the community, UT President Gregory L. Fenves and incoming Interim President Jay Hartzell said the cost of shifting classes online, coupled with declining …
 
What can we learn from the "Spanish Flu" pandemic that claimed at least 50 million lives worldwide a century ago? Dr. Justin Olmstead, a professor of history at the University of Central Oklahoma and one of the leading historians of this time period, discusses the impact of this pandemic on American life and culture. (3:15)- Origins and various nam…
 
It seems P. Terry’s was no longer content to sit on the sidelines of the fried chicken sandwich wars that heated up last year. The local chain started by Patrick and Kathy Terry in 2005 today announced that it has added a new sandwich to the menu for the first time since opening. Actually, two sandwiches. The P. Terry’s Crispy Chicken Burger showca…
 
Bastrop County and 32 other counties across the state were flagged by a watchdog group for violating election laws during the November 2018 general election — violations that Bastrop County officials say have since been remedied. In September, the Texas Civil Rights Project issued a letter to Bastrop County election officials notifying them the cou…
 
Super Bowl M-V-P quarterback Patrick Mahomes will be among the featured guest presenters in the American-Statesman’s annual Best of Central Texas Preps Awards Show. Mahomes will announce the male and female athletes of the year, which will be the top awards on June 18th. Mahomes, a native of Tyler, dazzled Kansas City fans last season with come-fro…
 
A Bridge Point Elementary fifth grade teacher was named Eanes educator of the year, during a virtual employee recognition and retiree celebration May 13. Tracie Mojica, who began her teaching career in the Eanes school district 18 years ago, was awarded the honor. She was among nine teachers across the district — one from each campus — nominated fo…
 
The Williamson County Justice Center will reopen June 1 but visitors will be encouraged to wear masks in the lobby areas and required to wear them in courtrooms. Jury trials will not begin until the Office of Court Administration issues further guidelines. Meanwhile, Justice of the Peace court hearings won’t start until after June 15 with certain e…
 
The annual point-in-time count of people who are homeless showed an 11 percent increase in people experiencing homelessness in Austin and Travis County in 2020, including more than 1,500 people who were unsheltered. The point-in-time count of the homeless population took place on January 25th, with 886 volunteers fanning out through the city and co…
 
Travis County has managed to stem the spread of new coronavirus cases in the area, but a Travis County health official said Tuesday that concerns remain about the disproportionate impact the virus is having on the Hispanic community as well as people living in nursing homes. The mixed-bag findings were presented Tuesday morning to the Austin City C…
 
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