This weeks show Episode 24 Feen Boyett with Wild Oakra!
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What is Wild Oakra??? You might ask….according to Brady Mosher, ”
WILD OKRA- is a mess of Honky Tonk Gumbo, Gator Grunge, Rastabilly and Corn-Fusion that makes your body shake and even taps your toes for you!
What if Keith Richards was born in Louisiana?”
Brady Mosher was born in Texas City, Texas and grew up in Tyler in the piney woods of East Texas. From the time he was in the second grade and all through the 60’s his father owned a legendary East Texas nightclub called the Reo Palm Isle, where Brady got the chance to meet and hear the music of many of the great artists of Country music and R&B of that era…Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bob Wills, and James Brown among them. Music has been his abiding passion ever since.
Brady is a versatile musician in the studio or on the stage and has performed in concert halls, theaters, clubs, alleys, and street corners with artists too numerous to mention. Brady is also a music producer, songwriter and composer of instrumental music, and has recorded thousands of sessions, ranging from blues, country, and gospel to jazz, jingles, radio and television ID’s, both national and international.
Thank you to Texas Certified Electrical for being our sponsor!
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This weeks Broadcasting Big Sandy Music Hall features one of the most influential artists of our time, Glen Campbell. We hated to hear the news that we lost Glen Campbell to Alzheimer’s Disease this last week. In this show hear the songs of Glen Campbell and how his daughter got time in front of Congress to show them they need to find a way to raise the money it takes to end this debilitating disease. We never where able to get Glen Campbell to come to the music hall, but he did leave us with many inspiring tunes that we will never forget. Glen Campbell was similar to David Bowie in that he wanted to do a farewell tour, read this excerpt from some of the amazing musicians he worked with on his way to heaven.
“A Better Place” is the second video from Glen Campbell’s critically acclaimed album “Ghost On The Canvas.” The video features a special guest appearance from Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age, Kyuss, Them Crooked Vultures), and is directed by Kii Arens and Jason Trucco.
The legendary singer, guitarist, and television star, Glen Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease last year. Following more than 20 Top 40 hits and selling 50 million records worldwide, Campbell this year received a Lifetime Achievement GRAMMY Award (his 8th GRAMMY to date). He is currently midway through his “The Goodbye Tour” to say a fond thank you to his legions of loyal fans. Campbell’s final studio album “Ghost On The Canvas” is out now on Surfdog Records. The album represents a poignant look back at his life and career with contributions by the artists he continues to inspire.
This farewell video features Campbell looking back at his life and career. He also sends a personal message to his wife, Kimberley, a former Radio City Music Hall dancer that the Rhinestone Cowboy met on a blind date in 1981. “My love goes out to Kim, my amazing grace. You’ve been by my side through these changing times, and it means the world to me.” Published in 2014
May God always shine on Ashley Campbell and all those who were touched by Glen, God Bless.
Andrew & Kate Kirby
Big Sandy Music Hall
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From Kenny Loggins, to Skunk Baxter, listen to some of the artists that are endorsed by Bedell Acoustic Guitars. Thank you to Action Sound for sponsoring this show, where we highlight just some of those artists we hope will see the stage at Big Sandy Music Hall. Phill Keaggy, Kenny Loggins, Skunk Baxter, and Michael Martin Murphey. The Big Sandy Music Hall has a growing roster of great entertainment on its way, continue to check our website for details on up and coming shows! And check into Bedell Acoustic Guitars at Action Sound!
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What better way to kick off our 2oth Episode than to have it feature The Purple Hulls! The Purple Hulls consist of Penny Lea Clark, and Katy Lou Clark from Kilgore, Texas. Katy Lou and Penny Lea grew up as black eyed pea farmers with their parents just outside of Kilgore. Early memories of them sitting on the back of a pick up playing their stringed instruments while the family sold their crop of black eyed peas is what they remember the most. Listen to our show based on their music, and why they sing. Hear about stories of their faith in Christ, and memories of their father and what he represents to them. Get your tickets now while they last for their show coming up this coming weekend JULY 29th at Big Sandy Music Hall! See you there!
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This weeks show brought to you by The Journal Your Hometown News Source, serving Holly Lake, Hawkins, Big Sandy, Winona, Harmony, Fouke, and surrounding areas since 1933.
Big Sandy Music Hall wants to continue to bring great talent to our stage, and JULY 22 promises to be one of the best SingerSong Writer Shows we have had yet, featuring Meredith Crawford, Heather Little, and The Kirbys. Meredith’s songs are deep in meaning, and and her voice is full of texture like no other female artist. She is a single Mom originally from Chandler, her vocal messaging will deliver to any empty spirit. Heather Little another female powerhouse in deep melodies and profound words promises to deliver exceptionally meaningful songs. Grouping the four artists together on stage will bring tears to your eyes at one moment, and then laughter at another. The Kirbys have performed on stages throughout Texas, all the way to California and back. Their acoustic melodies share some of the same emotional qualities, but all four artists have an independent sound all their own. Join us for an evening you won’t soon forget!
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The Stratoblasters are at it again, bringing you the finest in TEXAS BLUES. In this episode find out Jimmy Wallace’s connection to The Rolling Stones, also login to Big Sandy Music Hall and get your tickets to the show JULY 15th! The Stratoblasters have been all over Texas and all the way to the northeast playing shows ever since the Dallas International Guitar Show. Be here when Jimmy Wallace, and Jerry Don Branch bring you their great stories, and even better their original flavor of TEXAS BLUES…see you Saturday Night July 15th!
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We are so excited yet again to have this wonderful couple come and share their musical lives with us. Lynn Adler, and Lindy Hearne have been bringing East Texas their flavor of organic acoustic music for many years, their first song being written together back in the early 1980s, Lynn and Lindy continue to be an inspiration for those seeking musical healing, thier pure harmonies, and thoughtful expressions will enlighten you to a new level of music. Join us Saturday Night at 7PM for a night with Adler & Hearne here at Big Sandy Music Hall! Get your tickets now by calling 903-636-4351 or login to www.bigsandymusichall.com
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