Honkie Tonkers Presents Genu-Ine Okies Episode 1
Honkie Tonkers Presents Genu-Ine Okies Episode 1
Thank you so much for your interest in the Genuine Okies show. We have decided to team up with the Tulsa Live Stream to bring you once a month a good ole Honkie Tonk throwdown with some preaching and good fun.
Genu-Ine Okies Episode 1 Transcript
I've than what you use this email Saturday, not with the house party with this is how they did back in the old days of got my brother and music in my brother Crossett and overhear bombing Mr. Leon Rieger Howdy we grew up on the same kind of music. Yes, we did good old Miller light is just cornbread. I better write we got a lot of memorabilia and family stuff, personal stuff to us. That's what world about here. That right there flag badge your faith and your family on Easter weekend not going to get real churchy on you here if you didn't know, he has risen, and so I work everyday got about the music that our parents that's where we learned all the song came on grandma's aunts thereby play some kind so so this kids got to reap the rewards that very thing at some okay I I can't tell, but I think we had some my black and white stuff that was going to run and it's come in so stating we get a montage of all her family photo such an of got a lot of the show is going to be rocked to you by this guy right here that is Thomas Jefferson Hardcastle my great-great-grandfather got to my cousin Sitton overhear nightly on Jim Barnes and Jimmy Hardcastle you do many more. Yeah, he's a better man. You know they were dug in down there. Move mouse to donate an had to get big country cornball this one of the tunes right here, then, yes, we both lay there and we brought Johnny reached therefore enough folks way were doing this tonight is just exactly the way that our parents did it back in the 50s is no amplifiers one hiring microphone did name 10 get all talk about old Gibson guitar, banjo or whatever whatever they had to get it. Go to townhouse for those folks were always had good get for that matter fact yeah everyone I better this is my grandmother's she bought this used in 1940, 1937 Gibson J 35 world clock became my dad's. She was left-handed and dad right-handed so cost about restring power policy just give up, give it to and so can we get a shot of the case down here think I can lifted up will get that after the break would get this got Leon's name on is that he was glad to Do those mobile Spanaway 1 since this is a family show these chairs that were Sitton and the two chairs that I said when I was learning to play. My mom was teaching me on the guitar I brought about her kitchen. I live in her house now and still got a rope arranging the yeah the cabinets are still not finding these chairs go with the know somebody said Ethan Allen think more like brothers 99 home back on the wall more. Well I spring chickens know you been feeling pretty good. I think you get a few allergies but the Bradford pear disease reason like like Hallie Smail somebody somebody told me I was getting a little hoarse, so Ted Buck here Ted but yeah that's my horse a squandered runner. I just love to have fun and sick here so this is my most treasured item in my house writer. This is a fan from the grand old Opry in 1953 year that after Frank Williams died me and my mom and dad and my two uncles. One was Jim's dad. We drove to Nashville and 48 Pontiac and I don't know if you get a good shot on this but this is autographed by Roy, a calf, Bill Monroe wouldn't take a million, while so why just another item I brought show that I really enjoyed. Now I'm coming to tell you about something that happened because is a ghetto country so we were all in a buddy in this room is a genuine oaky died in the wool so I got milady Miss Betty Lou here with me tonight and she she actually saw this happen. She she was a motorcoach driver. She drove Fred to her bus for a lot of bands such okay and I don't know how. Hell, they wound up down Botelho Haner, but there's an intersection right there by the big mountain and it's it it's always it was a trading post. Back in the day before statehood, but me and Jimmy and Jim Barnes. We sit on the bench at their front and Miss Betty Lou came in with two robust full people from that it comes Oklahoman want to have a cowboy experience in such and these to elderly women got off the bus and looked over there. Me and Jim, Jimmy, and she goes well, what are those over there. Miss Betty said ladies those are genuine wine Okies over about that time of Jimmy had beer overalls on. He stood up, stretched. Jan and she said when they stand on her hind legs. They look almost no practice, no rehearsal known that we don't need no rehearsals think and think and wonder not get closer see this right now, then, is a true authentic, genuine wine imitation US Marshall given to me by my frame. Mr. Leon Rieger here. You're the sheriff of the Westville might not. I'm on my straight. You need a bad share Westville that's right is right, told all my if I have to die Street fight to protect my neighborhood. Now Moroccan redheaded say what #we got one more pick me up on your way down to no matter you name your well black, no matter where haven't you know I now made you coconut cream you getting that banana cream cream. Well, you had to get gas is an the line and in some way and