June 12, 1999
Live from Greeley, Colorado, with Robin and Linda Williams of the Hopeful Gospel Quartet and Western swing band The Hot Club of Cowtown.

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00:00Logo
00:12Tishomingo
02:00GK Inro
03:45GK Talk about Irrigation
04:04Cool Water
06:50Applause - GK Talk about Cousin Laura's Wedding
07:27Colorado Trail
09:55Applause - GK Segue to Next Tune
10:53Tumblin' Tumbleweed
13:09Applause - Talk about Lincoln Park; Talk about Horace Greeley, Location of Greeley
21:34Guy Noir
31:24Applause
32:12Ida Red
35:05Applause - Segue to Next Tune
35:34Right or Wrong
39:07Applause
39:37GK Talk with Joe Tennesen
44:45Intro Andy Stein and Talk
45:16Ding Dong Daddy from Dumas
47:52Applause
48:00Lives of the Cowboys
58:33Applause - GK Segue to Spanish Johnny
59:10Spanish Johnny
102:46Applause - Segue to Intermission
103:12Dinah
106:46Welcome Back to the Second Half of our Show
107:13Sound Effects Man: Tom Keith
116:45Greetings
119:43GK Talk with Robin and Linda
121:08Across the Blue Mountains
125:38Applause - GK Back Announce
125:58Monologue
146:55High Noon
148:57Ketchup
152:46Partial Credits
153:18Roly Poly
155:46Applause - Final Credits
157:10Stay All Night, Stay a Little Longer
158:16That's Our Show from Greeley

Guest Information
  • The Hopeful Gospel Quartet
  • The Hot Club of Cowtown
  • Scripts
  • The Lives of the Cowboys
  • Ketchup Advisory Board
  • Radio Violence
  • Guy Noir

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