SORT BY Relevancy
Buffalo welcomes two great Southern Rock brothers. Billy Crain is a guitarist with The Outlaws and has a brand new solo album release. Tommy Crain was a 15 year vet of The Charlie Daniels Band and now leads his own band The Crosstown Allstars. It's gonna be a good one, y'all.
Tonight on The Michael Buffalo Smith Radio Show, we welcome Southern Rock guitar hero Billy Crain, who stays busy these days as a member of The Outlaws, as well as being an amazing solo artist and writer.
Join us. We'll spin some tracks from Billy's all new CD "Creole Shoes," as well as some from the new Outlaws record, "It's About Pride."
The Buffalo Show is a production of universalmusictribe.com
Billy Crain has been a driving force on the Southern Rock and Rock scene for three decades. Practically born with a guitar in his hands, he learned how to play by ear at a very early age.
In 1977 Billy got a call from Henry Paul from the band the Outlaws to come join his band.
In 1988, Billy had his first hit record, co-written with David Bellamy called “I’ll Give You All My Love Tonight”.
Billy had his first pop hit by the band Poco.
The song “Call It Love” went to #2 on the Billboard AC charts, #2 on the Billboard AOR chart, and #15 on the Hot 100 Billy also had a top 40 hit on Restless Heart titled, “Baby Needs New Shoes”. He co-wrote “Let’er Rip” that ended up being recorded by the Dixie Chicks on their debut album, eventually going on to sell 13 million units. He also co-wrote the Martina McBride hit “It’s My Time” and received a BMI award.
In 2010 Billy fulfilled a lifelong dream and released his first solo record called “Skeletons In The Closet”.
August 9, 2012, Billy is releasing his latest project "CREOLE SHOES"
Join Kat Pat as we talk to the multi-talented singer/song writer/guitarist BILLY CRAIN!!!!!!!!
Billy Gordon, originally from Silver Spring Maryland, is a motorcycle enthusiast, musician, and Executive Director of Motorcycle Charity Associates Inc. (MCA). He has just released a book called, Fun Cycle which focuses on the 75th Anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in conjunction with the history, culture, and memoirs from the 50'th Anniversary Sturgis Rally.
We'll also take an online road trip to Maxine Milner’s “Mama Max's Diner” in Prescott, Arkansas, home of her world famous chocolate turtles and homemade pies.
Preorder Garrison’s new book, Postcards from the Highway of Life coming September 1st to Amazon, B&N.com and bookstores with a Foreword by Doobie Brothers founder and guitarist Pat Simmons. Check out the Facebook Postcards page and if you’re riding through Connecticut have Classic Diners of Connecticut in your saddlebags!
Billy Grima is a pop/rock/soul/americana singer/songwriter, from Ontario, Canada, whose latest album "Sugar & Cream" will knock you out! If you like Jason Mraz, Ed Sheeran, James Taylor, Jack Johnson, and great songwriting, Billy will join John Talk Radio May 16 @ 6 pm et.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Dove Award Winner Billy Sprague.
Multi-Dove Award winner Billy Sprague is an accomplished songwriter, performer, author and recording artist. His songs, which include the classic "Via Dolorosa," have been recorded by such well-known artists as Sandi Patti, Debbie Boone, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Susan Ashton and John McDermot.
Currently serving as Worship Leader at Edgewater Alliance Church in Edgewater, Florida. Sprague balances family life with worship leading, speaking, writing and retreats.
He currently lives in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. with his wife, Kellie, and their three children, Willow, Wyatt and Sawyer, and their dog, Lucy Loo Hoo.
The BS Sports Show is BACK with Billy Elvis and his new co-host MO!
The BS Sports Show will continue it’s great coverage, analysis, and debate of local and national sports with great guests including Justin Cohn, Reggie Hayes, Blake Sebring, Phil B. Wilson, Pete DiPrimio, and more
The BS Sports Show can now be heard Monday- Friday live from 7-9 pm on www.theBSSportsShow.com and on the Tune In Radio, Stitcher Radio, iHeart Radio phone apps, and on iTunes with more outlets announced soon.
E300: 300th Episode Party! Billy Lord, The Electric Cowboys, The Gillis Silo
ON THIS WEEK'S EDITION OF JOHNNY REB MEETS BILLY YANK WE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THE PRESIDENCY OF ANDREW JACKSON AND ITS IMPACT ON THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY, NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. JACKSON, A GREAT GENERAL WHO GAINED FAME FROM HIS RESOUNDING VICTORY IN THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, BECAME PRESIDENT ON HIS SECOND TRY IN 1828. AFTER HIS LOSS TO JOHN QUINCY ADAMS IN 1824 AND THE UPROAR CREATED BY THE WAY HE LOST, HE STORMED BACK AND WON TWO TERMS AND SERVED FROM 1828-1836. WE WILL TALK ABOUT HIS IMPACT ON THE OFFICE AND THE ISSUES HE FACED AND HOW THEY RELATE TO THINGS IN AMERICA TODAY. A MAJOR ISSUE WE WILL DISCUSS IS HIS OPPOSITION TO A NATIONAL BANK (BOY IS HE ROLLING OVER IN HIS GRAVE TODAY).
A LITTLE HISTORY IS SOMETHING WE ALL NEED IF WE DON'T WANT TO REPEAT PAST MISTAKES. HOPE YOU'LL TUNE IN AS BILLY AND I DISCUSS THINGS WITH A LITTLE FRIENDLY JOUSTING FROM TIME TO TIME.