Each week The Paul Slavens Show offers an eclectic mix of music, mostly music suggested by listeners on the previous weeks blog. Join in the fun and make some suggestions .
The Paul Slavens Show is an eclectic music show featuring music from many genres and time periods, most of the music is suggested by listeners who comment on the blog.
The Paul Slavens show is an eclectic mix of music based largely on audience suggestions from this live blog. The show airs sunday nights from 8-10 CST
It was a lovely day, if a bit balmy, but the night is cool and lovely. Hopefully you can enjoy it while checking out some great tunes. This is where you leave your polite comments and music suggestions. Nothing over 6 minutes, please. I love hearing things on Youtube, but if the music isnt available… Read more »
Good evening! It sure doesn’t feel like December – but that doesn’t mean its not a beautiful night. Glad to have you along!
This is the playlist from Sunday November 11 2012. The Paul Slavens Show. New to me this week: The Amazing, Doves, The Unicorns, Yuna
Taylor Goldsmith from Dawes plays “Coming Back To A Man”, off the upcoming record Nothing Is Wrong. From the On the Road series from KXT 91.7 and Art&Seek (by kxtradio) (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Brett Dennen: On the Road series from KXT 91.7 and Art&Seek (by kxtradio) (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Hacienda – Hound Dog Hacienda – “Hound Dog” Hailing from his native San Antonio, Doug Sahm would be proud of Hacienda, who carries on his tradition of mixing tex-mex music with blues, rock and roll, and soul. On their latest record Big Red and Barbacoa, they show other influences in Buddy Holly, the Beach Boys,… Read more »
Dallas singer-songwriter Danny Balis’ solo album Too Much Living was released this year to local raves and was featured on Paul Slavens’ Track by Track podcast. The simplicity of old-school country songs by artists like Patsy Cline and Merle Haggard influenced Balis at an early age, and he greatly admires Townes Van Zandt as a… Read more »