Western Music Time (22-26 March) - Whe The Cowboy Sings

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Western Music Time (22-26 March)

Western Music Time (22-26 March, 2017)

Opening theme
Famous Western Towns & Cities
Down the Trail to San Antone – Sons of the Pioneers
El Paso – Marty Robbins
In Old Matamoros – Tex Ritter
Roundup Time in Reno – Gene Autry
Abilene – George Hamilton IV
Virginia City – Lynn Anderson
Dodge City – Red Steagall
What’s Forth Worth? – George Hamilton IV
Santa Fe, New Mexico – Sons of the Pioneers
Oklahoma City Blues – Jimmy Wakely
Ridin’ Down the Trail to Albuquerque – Fred Scott
Goodbye Old Paint, I’m Leavin’ Cheyenne – Robert Wagoner
Sioux City Sue – Gene Autry
Old Rincon – Vaughn Monroe
Happy Cowboy - Texas Jim Lewis & his Lone Star Cowboys
Trail to Mexico - The Cass County Boys
Three String Swing – Jerry Byrd
Rock Me to Sleep in My Rocky Mountain Home – Sons of the Pioneers
2 songs with similar themes
Billy Walker – Amigo’s Guitar
Perry Como – Gringo’s Guitar
Tumbleweed Trail – Bob Wagoner & Tammy Kilpatrick
A Gay Ranchero – Riders in the Sky
Travelin’ with the Sun – Sons of the Pioneers
Way Out West in Texas – Gene Autry
The Lawman – Billy Walker
(Oh Why Oh Why Did I Ever Leave) Wyoming – Roy Rogers & the Sons of the Pioneers
Singing Cowboy theme songs
Sing Me a Song of the Saddle – Gene Autry
Back in the Saddle Again – Gene Autry
Song of the Sage – Jimmy Wakely Trio, aka The Rough Riders
On the Strings of My Lonesome Guitar – Jimmy Wakely
Saddle Pals – Jimmy Wakely
Cimarron (Roll On) – Johnny Bond w The Jimmy Wakely Trio
Have I Stayed Away Too Long – Tex Ritter
El Paso – Danny Davis
Driftin’ Along - Foy Willing & the Riders of the Purple Sage
Smiles Are Made Out of the Sunshine – Roy Rogers
Riding the Winds of the West – Ranger Doug
Riders Radio Theater intro & exit - Riders in the Sky
He’s in the Jailhouse Now – Gene Autry ‘30
He’s in the Jailhouse Now – Sonny James
Mr. Autry – The Statler Brothers
Be Honest with Me – Gene Autry
When You Wish Upon a Star – Glenn Miller Orchestra fea Larry O’Brien
Closing theme
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