Friday, November 16, 2012


Santa Fe Opry Facebook BannerFriday, Nov. 16, 2012 
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM 
10 p.m. to midnight Fridays Mountain Time 
Host: Steve Terrell 
101.1 FM
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 OPENING THEME: Buckaroo by Buck Owens & The Buckaroos
Let's Go Burn Ole Nashville Down by Mojo Nixon & Jello Biafra
Wild Wild Love by The Legendary Shack Shakers
Too Late for Tequila by DM Bob & Country Jem
Jesus Was a Wino by Lydia Loveless
White Trash by Southern Culture on the Skids
The Wild Man by Hasil Adkins
Jungle Fever by Charlie Feathers
I Hate CDs by The Legendary Stardust Cowboy
Hesitation Boogie by Hardrock Gunter

Wild One by Janis Martin
Don't You Want Me by Moonshine Willie
Devil's Lettuce by Black Eyed Vermillion
Suzie Anna Riverstone by The Imperial Rooster
From This Outlaw to You by Simon Stokes
Deisel Smoke, Dangerous Curves by The Last Mile Ramblers
Life, Love, Death and the Meter Man by Angry Johnny & The Kllbillies
Ruby by Jimmy Martin
Mighty Lonesome Man by James Hand
Drunk, Drunk Again by Billy Brown

What Do You Do When You're Lonesome by Wanda Jackson
Handsome Harry the Hipster by Ronny Elliott
Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphey's Ovaltine? by Harry "The Hipster" Gibson
Gals Don't Mean a Thing by Johnny Bond
Liquor and Whores by The Misery Jackyls
Hen House by Ray Wylie Hubbard
Lonesome Cowboy Burt by Frank Zappa with Jimmy Carl Black

This Ain't Just Another Lust Affair by Mel Street
Sinkin' Down by Scott H. Biram
You Are My Special Angel by Doc Watson
Best of Worst Intentions by Stevie Tombstone
Down by the Banks of the Guadalupe by Jimmie Dale Gilmore
You've Never Been This Far Before by Conway Twitty
Linger. Let Me Linger by The Handsome Family
CLOSING THEME: Comin' Down by The Meat Puppets

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