Tonight, It’s a Radio Texas, LIVE! Christmas Special
This year Stoney LaRue, Wade Bowen, Koe Wetzel, Prophets and Outlaws, Kaitlin Butts, Casey Donahew, Sunny Sweeney, The Statesboro Revue, Robert Earl Keen, Corb Lund, William Clark Green, The Dirty River Boys and more all stop by to help get an early jump on Christmas.
Our Top 30: The Most Favorite Texas & Red Dirt Singles of ’18
Our list shall be comprised of songs or singles that were played on Radio Texas, LIVE! between December '17 and November '18.
Miranda Lambert Reveals Split from Turnpike Troubadour, Evan Felker
Additionally, Felker’s band, Turnpike Troubadours have dropped out of their final performances on Lambert’s The Bandwagon Tour.
Casey Donahew Singer, Songwriter… and Weatherman?
Last month before a show at at Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace in Southern California, for one brief moment Casey Donahew was a weatherman.
Cody Jinks ‘Loud and Heavy Fest’ Tickets on Sale Now
Mark those calendars, put in those vacation days -- Loud and Heavy Fest 2018 is coming to Fort Worth Texas, and Panther Island on August 18th.
RTXCLUSIVE DEBUT: Josh Ward’s Honk Tonk Heartbreak Song ‘More Than I Deserved’
Are we entering a new golden age in Texas Country Music?
Cody Johnson’s Band Tackles Merle Haggard’s ‘Mama Tried’
The lead singer gets all the attention. It's just how it goes. Which is cool and expected – except when you’ve got an immensely talented band behind you.
Tops in Texas: Casey Donahew, Wade Bowen, Jake Worthington Vie for No. 1
This week Wade Bowen and Casey Donahew both look to overtake NBC The Voice alum, Jake Worthington. Are either up to the task? There's only one way to find out.
Radio Texas, LIVE! Presents Bad Jokes with Cody Johnson & Buddy Logan
With 2018's sold out Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival comin' up, and Cody Johnson set to play the Houston Rodeo this weekend we thought it an appropriate time for a fun Distant Replay.
Top 6: Songs To Listen to on Texas Independence Day
Today Texas turns a sprightly 182 years young. It was on March 2, 1836, with the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence, settlers in Mexican Texas officially broke ties with Mexico and formed the most bad ass state in the union.