Like his heroes George Strait and Ketih Whitley, William is unapologetically Country. His songs, while rooted in the present, call to mind simpler times when the back porch was where folks gathered to network. The first track on this show, ‘Trash,’ paints a picture of rural life that speaks to his small town sensibilities. ”This song identifies who I am,” he says. ”It shows character and that’s important where I’m from. You learn to say ‘yes, ma’am’ and ‘no, sir,’ and to open the door for the ladies.”
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A fatty! An hour point five of ska bands covering rock songs, soundtrack music, show tunes, Sinatra, heavy metal, and even Nancy Sinatra.
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Reggaetone and MC Willy G spin two hours of dizzy dub, from Tubby to Fatty, from Scientist to the Meow Meows.
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Songs about doctors, illness, hospitals, disease, dementia, ambulances, and death. Click here and someone will be in to check your hearing shortly.
Chuck Berry statue in St. Louis. Photographed by William.
In this hour, Cristy and William spin songs that are full-on tributes to other bands or musicians. We travel through rock, country, folk, full-on worship, winking references, from and to rock royalty and peasantry alike. Not covers, all originals.
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