The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday, 07/19, 7:00 Pacific/10:00 Eastern) will be all about The Twang (a rerun of the 2/22/13 show).

Hope you can stop by, listen to the show, and join us in chat

Spoiler set list:

Dave Dudley: Six Days On The Road
Audio: CMT promo for early ’90s Dwight Yoakam concerts
Dwight Yoakam: A Thousand Miles From Nowhere
Junior Brown: Broke Down South Of Dallas
Steve Earle And The Del McCoury Band: Texas Eagle
Audio: Promo for 2012 Merle Haggard/Marty Stuart concert
Buddy & Julie Miller: You’re Running Wild
Marty Stuart And His Fabulous Superlatives: Move Along Train
Audio: Johnny Cash ’70s TV ad for Lionel Trains
Johnny Cash: I’ve Been Everywhere
Ray Wylie Hubbard: Coricidin Bottle
Audio: Radio ad for Redneck Country
Seasick Steve & The Level Devils: Rooster Blues
Son House: Death Letter
Audio: KJBC radio promo for Ralph Stanley concert
Stanley Brothers: Pretty Polly
Hank Williams: Lost Highway
Audio: TV promo for Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres
Alison Krauss & Union Station: Ghost In This House
Emmylou Harris: Making Believe
Buck Owens: Together Again
Audio: Lyle Lovett musical promo for KHOU
Doug Sahm: I Won’t Cry
The Louvin Brothers: I Don’t Believe You’ve Met My Baby
Audio: Gene Autry ’50s TV commercial for Doublemint gum
Neil Young: The Old Country Waltz
Audio: ’80s K-Tel TV commercial for country compilation
Charlie Pride: Oklahoma Morning
Buck Owens: Above And Beyond
Audio: ’70s TV promo for Johnny Cash Show
Ray Charles: Oh, Lonesome Me
Marty Stuart: Tear The Woodpile Down
King Wilke: 40 West
Audio: Patsy Cline radio ad for Country Music Week
David Allan Coe: You Never Even Called My By My Name
Audio: Country Style USA Army recruitment radio show
Ernest Tubb: Walking The Floor Over You
George Jones: The Grand Tour
Audio: Radio promo for ’50s Carl Perkins concert
Johnny Cash: I Still Miss Someone
Tom Waits: Big Joe And Phantom 309
Audio: Some weird automated weather report thing
Waylon Jennings: Rainy Day Woman
Audio: Grand Ol’ Opry goodbyes from the ’50s
Merle Haggard: If Only I Could Fly