I'll be back hosting the Santa Fe Opry again tonight, 10 p.m. Mountain Time, after taking last week off. Thanks to Laurell Reynolds for sitting in for me.
Even more exciting, in case you haven't hear, KSFR is back on the air, 101. FM, so people in Santa Fe can listen to the show on the radio instead of these new-fangled computer things.
We still don't know whether out transmitter and tower survived the fire on Pajarito Mountain, but we've set up an emergency transmitter here in Santa Fe. Unfortunately the signal doesn't reach very far outside of Santa Fe, so if you're having trouble getting the station, you can still stream us. CLICK HERE
Speaking of forest fires, etc. here's one way to enjoy some fireworks in New Mexico this Independence Day weekend and not have everyone hate you:
Here's what Laurell played last week:
Neil Young & the International Harvesters- Grey Riders/ Nothing Is Perfect/Amber Jean
Steve Terrell (note: Hey! That's me!) -Child of the Falling Star
Joe West-$200 Dollar Navajo Rug
Johnny Cash-One Piece At A Time
Sir Douglas Quintet-Wasted Days and Wasted Nights
Freddie Fender-Before the Next Teardrop Falls
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan -Carolina Sundown Red
Freakwater-You've Never Been This Far Before
Lucinda Williams-I Can't Let Go-Car
James McMurtry-We Can't Make It Here
George Jones-These Days I Barely Get By
Tom Russell-Tonight We Ride
Emmylou Harris-Pancho & Lefty
Marty Robbins-El Paso
Louvin Brothers-If I Could Only Win Your Love
Charlie Rich-The Most Beautiful Girl
Don Williams-It Must Be Love
Kris Kristofferson-For The Good times
Eleni Mandell-Don't Touch Me
Michael Hurley - I Paint A Design
Steve Goodman - You Never Even Called Me By My Name
Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen - When The Sun Sets On the Sage
Harry Nilsson- Everybody's Talkin' At Me
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