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Wild Ride Radio Show Sundays 5-6

Wild Ride Radio Show

Motorcycle Talks Show With Your Host – Dallas Hageman

Airs on Sunday Afternoon from 5-6pm

on the No Bull Radio Network

 

WRR-2014-256x300Wild Ride Radio is a motorcycle show designed specifically for Bikers, and those with a love of two wheels. Bikers like to do a certain thing more than ride… and that’s talk about riding. Wild Ride Radio Show gets it; it’s a show that understands the need for connection, community and a Brotherhood and Sisterhood unparalleled in the life of the caged.

Join us on the No Bull Radio Network, every Sunday afternoon from 5-6 to listen to the Wild Ride Radio Show, with your host Dallas Hageman. This program covers any and all things motorcycle; from tips, trips, maintenance, recommended rides, groups and organizations to the newest events and motorcycle models coming soon.

The host of the Wild Ride Radio Show, Dallas Hageman, is a guy who lives to ride. When Dallas isn’t in the saddle he’s either ankle deep in grease, tearing apart a V-Twin, mingling within the Biker community, or behind the mic yacking about bikes.


Tune us in to the radio stations listed below:

Kenedy Texas — KCAF 92.1 FM
Beeville Texas — KIBL 1490 AM
Dilley Texas — KVWG 95.3 FM
Pearsall Texas — KMFR 1280 AM

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Randy’s Song Review of Rednecks by Shane Barnhill

Randy’s Song Review: Rednecks by Shane Barnhill

 Rednecks Official Video Below

Shane Barnhill on stage at a bar in HoustonShane Barnhill is a country singer/songwriter hailing from Baytown, Texas. He was raised in a musical family, with his father also a guitarist and songwriter. Shane picked up the guitar at nine and performed his first gig at only fourteen. Balancing his music career with his day job as a firefighter/paramedic, he has given many live performances, and has opened for Deryl Dodd, Wade Bowen, Charlie Robison and Todd Fritsch.

ShaneBarnhill, on stage with guitar, raising arms wearing red t-shirt with sleeves cut out.He has now recorded three albums, with the first one Just Getting Started released in 2007. He followed up with Outlaw Angels and Country Nights in 2011, and had big success on Texas radio with Still Sexy To Me, Two Lovers In The Night and Turn It Up. For his third album, Country Lovin’, he worked with Jason Rooks and Bobby Terry as producers and they are the writers of this song Rednecks, which is the first track on that album.

Rednecks immediately grips the listener with an arresting introduction, featuring a rocky guitar riff and a pulsating, pounding beat. The sound is most definitely country rock, breaking down to a thudding kick and throbbing bass for the verse, keeping the momentum going. Shane’s strong, charismatic voice then captivates the attention, with the full beat returning for the second half of the verse.

ShaneBarnhill-RedGuitarLyrically, this song rails against the pejorative stereotype that many associate with the word ‘redneck’. Rather than use the word as a demeaning insult, the first verse depicts rednecks as down-to-earth, helpful people, bailing some city folks out of trouble after running out of gas. This leads to a short bridge before the catchy chorus celebrates “hicks from the sticks…. there ain’t a problem we can’t fix…”.

ShaneBarnhill-guitarThe chorus has an unexpected second section based on an ascending guitar line that lifts the music even more, with the lines “If you’re in a jam and you need a hand, someone who’s really gonna give a damn….then your best bet is rednecks…”. The second verse continues the theme, interspersed with some nice lead guitar lines. After the second chorus is a short rocky section with some great dynamics, adding a bit more musical variety before driving home the last chorus.

Overall, this is a very well written and performed song that takes a familiar derogatory term and cleverly turns the meaning upside down, so that it becomes a positive, celebratory anthem. Shane Barnhill does a fine job vocally and it’s a perfect taster for his third album Country Lovin’. He already has a large fanbase and it will only increase with every new release, especially radio-friendly songs like this.


See other the Song Reviews of Jarrod JohnsonAaron Watson, Jack Nelson, Jake Ward, Moonlight Social, Fools of the Trade, Freddy Weller, Cody Joe Hodges, Matt & the Herdsmen, Tejas Brothers and others.

Shane Barnhill Official video “Rednecks”

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Jack Nelson at Schroeder Hall and Studio Visit

Texas Red Dirt Artist Jack Nelson Studio Interview

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Jack Nelson of the Jack Nelson Band.

Jack Nelson of the Jack Nelson Band visited the 92.1 KCAF No Bull Radio Network Studio and visited with Randy Watson. Jack will be playing this Saturday, May 16th at Schroeder Hall. Doors open at 8:00pm. Special guest opening for the Jack Nelson Band will be the Rocky King Band at 8:30. Jack Nelson Band takes stage at 10:30 and closes out the night. Tickets are just $6 or $5 for Military/Veterans or College Students with proper ID. This is an ALL AGES SHOW!

Jack wants to fill the Second Oldest Dance Hall … Schroeder Hall! Let’s get out to Schroeder Hall Saturday May 16th, and show Jack Nelson how we welcome folks to South Texas!

Jack has passions in his life and in addtion to singing his soul out… he has a passion to save Texas Dance Halls. Jack has a game going on, you have to listen to the radio throughout the day or to the interview for all the details. Just a little hint, it involves counting Texas Dance Halls and going to Schroeder Hall Saturday Night.

Listen to the interview replays at 3:00pm and 8:30pm today, Friday May 15th on the No Bull Radio Network.

Jack-Schroeder

 

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Support Local Radio!

Support Local Radio!

 

nabPerformance tax advocates are on Capitol Hill working to convince members of Congress that local radio stations should be forced to pay record labels and artists on top of the free promotion stations provide. Don’t let their voices be the only ones policymakers hear!

A performance tax would hurt radio, artists and listeners. Remind lawmakers today that local radio stations are the backbone of communities.

Click here… You can Tweet your legislatures or post on their Facebook pages to thank them if they are cosponsoring the Local Radio Freedom Act, which opposes a performance tax on radio. If they are not yet supporting the bill, you can ask for their support today!

Radio stations are the pulse of communities, delivering the important news, emergency information and programming that listeners rely on each day. Take action and sound off now to ensure your voice is heard.

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