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Hank III
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December 02, 2008 08:35 AM PST
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In this installment, Shelton Hank Williams III spends a little more than an hour discussing music, family, trucks and muddin'. Songs include D.Ray White, Satan is Real / Straight to Hell, The Grand Ole Oprey Song and Long Hauls, Close Calls. Recorded live, via telephone, on Big G's Texas Roadshow, 94.3/93.5, Revolution FM, At midnight, Saturday Nov. 29, 2008.

Episode 3 - Unknown Hinson
September 25, 2008 12:34 PM PDT
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In this, the third installment of Big G's Texas Roadshow, I spend a few minutes with the undisputed "King of Country Western Troubadours" where he discusses the fact he's been incarcerated, he's a bastard child, the carnival and his life there, Party Liquor and Music, and, among other things, like immigration. Songs included in the interview are "From Jail to Hell", Talk American, Alkyhol Withdrawl, Undead Blues, and King of Country Western Troubadours. A MUST HAVE for Hinson fans. Originally recorded in studio at Revolution FM, Kerrville, TX 01/10/07.

Kinky, Dylan and Me
September 23, 2008 03:14 PM PDT
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In this, the 2nd podcast offering of Big G's Texas Roadshow, I spend almost an hour with Kinky Friedman, Texas Jewboy extraordinaire, and Dylan Ferrerro, road manager of Kinky Friedman and The Texas Jewboys. Original airdate 9/19/08 on Big G's Texas Roadshow, in the midnight hour, on Revolution FM, 94.3 KRVL Kerrville, 93.5 KOOK Junction, and 94.3 KYXX, Ozona, all in the great state of Texas. It also streamed live on www.revfmradio.com

Billy Bob Thornton on his band The Boxmasters
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September 10, 2008 10:07 AM PDT
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In this, the first installment of Big G's Texas Roadshow, Billy Bob Thornton discusses his friend Unknown Hinson, and the new double disc cd from his band The Boxmasters. Various cuts from the ours/theirs discs are presented, plus in Billy Bob's own words, "we figured out that you could say balls on the radio, but you can't say sh!t."