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To experience the "essential, eccentric south" real & raw go to http://www.twistedsouth.com The radio version of Twisted South Magazine, hosted weekly by a variety of special guests sometimes including Twisted South owner/CEO, Zeke Loftin and other Twisted South staff members.Visit with interesting musical guests and some of the wildest characters in the South and beyond. The show is known for its bizarre and famous call in guests and breaking all the rules of radio and producing hilarious off the wall content. From Elvis Presley's personal physician to Billy Bob Thornton to Wanda Jackson, the show is always over the top. Click here to reach the radio site: http://twistedsouth.com/#/radio/ or call us on Wednesday evenings from 8-9PM CST at 917.388.4498. Don't forget to check out Twisted South Magazine at http://www.twistedsouth.com Brought to you each week by Billy Crain and his latest release "Creole Shoes” http://www.billycrain.com Twisted South would like to welcome into our family The Outlaws!! Their banner with info on the latest album "It's About Pride" can be seen on our website. Be sure to check out The Outlaws here on FB or head over to their main website for complete up to date info on tours, music, news and more at: http://www.outlawsmusic.com/ To see our past guests on Twisted South Radio click here: https://www.facebook.com/TwistedSouthRadio/photos_albums

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In honor of Wanda Jackson announcing she is recording her 31st album with Justin Townes Earle Twisted South is re-broadcasting our interview with her from last year when she put out her latest album "The Party Ain't Over" produced by... more

Orginally aired on August 4, 2010. The best of Twisted South Radio presents: Bonnie Bramlett and Kacey Jones Brought to you by The Twisted South Emporium at http://www.twistedsouth.com Bonnie Bramlett is the Co founder of... more

Twisted South Magazine, Radio and the new Emporium have always been proud to include many things from across the world into our Twisted South. This week we welcome English Rockabilly musician Sixteen and the Sidewinders.... more

Twisted South Radio welcomes 2 musical guests this week, both masters at the blues. The Patrick Dodd Trio from Memphis AND Oz Noy from Israel. Spend enough time in Memphis and sooner than later, the blues will find a way into... more

Twisted South welcomes The Justin Kalk Orchestra, a thunderous power trio [formed in Nashville, TN] led by the unmistakable growl of it's Fender abusing front man: Justin Kalk [Vocals, Stratocaster, Turntables]. Cutting his teeth in the... more

Heavily influenced by the culture and music of our south, ELAN comes to Twisted South Radio tomorrow night. "Amazing things come from the rarest, least expected places. The biggest rapper on earth is caucasian. Arguably, the... more

Monte Yoho, long time drummer/song writer for the band, joins Twisted South Radio to talk about the new album to be released from The Outlaws called "It's About Pride" and a DVD on the making of that album to be released June 2,... more

#1 Blues artist Anthony Gomes joins Twisted South Radio this week with his power trio on supporting their latest album "Up 2 Zero". Anthony Gomes' latest , ?Up 2 Zero?, represents a full-circle return to his love of high... more

Unconventional, and unconstrained by others' opinions, Kara Clark and her badass Alt Country/Rock sound just hits the stage running. She doesn't care where she ?fits in? cause when she's out there, it all falls into place. Kara's... more

Our very special 100th airing of Twisted South Radio will welcome guests Craig Tracy, award winning international bodypainter of New Orleans. Craig was featured in our first issue of Twisted South Magazine. Considered a cornerstone... more
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