Doug, Sagebrush Boys and Interview - Ep. 132
Local Music From Musicians - T.L.S. Episode 132
Artist start times are listed below.
- Doug #14 - Start Time - 0:2:30
- Sagebrush Boys #114 - Start Time - 0:32:50
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Tulsa Live Music Stream Episode 132 Transcript From Host Gabe
Hello everyone and welcome back to the Tulsa live stream thank you guys so much for tuning in once again, this evening's episode number 132 yes we've been doing this for hundred 32 weeks straight thinking all the musicians who have been out here in the past things all the musicians this evening. As you can see we got a returning musician to start at the program for us. Doug always love having Doug years, very very energetic performer and show us a little bit of the is is repertoire of something or another's that is going to form for us following Doug this evening we have sagebrush boys to come back and perform last week. There is kind of a mixup on scheduling on the Tulsa video magazine's and yes there fault they kinda mix things up and that's what it get to perform as long as we had intended originally so had brought back this week so they could finish out there show and there gonna be performing some gospel for us throughout the rest show and they also agreed to do some interviews with us at the very end of the program so yeah stick around for all of that. If you're not watching on the Tulsa live stream.com. I encourage you to go there now. There you can interact musicians with form using our thumbs and heart interaction buttons that they can actually see those happened live during the program will monitor they can see everything on so that check your attendance simply by seeing if those hearts and founds are happening during the performance and they get all giddy. They see them happen because there out here in the like. 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Feel free to do that any donations that you requested go to a musician. We go ahead and push those on directly to that musician just simply put their performance name or every musicians performed on the program gets musician number associated with them. That way we can kind of keep things straight you put that number or their performance name in the description of any donation process we will get those funds pushover to that all right, welcome back, everyone. Thank you again for tuning into tonight's episode of the Tulsa live stream. I have here the sagebrush boys for an interview portion of this segment of the show as so thank you for joining us this evening and and staying for the interview. If you were just going to introduce yourselves as an maybe what your position is in the band be great want Mike back pain like Oklahoma and Bobby nominate one another years ago. Talk about playing finally got the chance to do so been pretty funds in sin Manuel Caitlin them now. Like Mike said we been working together for many years and replayed it work in breaks and lunch and were were retired now show where want to play and so you know anybody made somebody entertain flavor, retirement centers pray for family rambler is we also anyway from Schwalbe Oklahoma live there, but Alma Loftin got the great family know so don't forget got Gualala was born in Spago, Raleigh Wacker now both born part of the boreal punctured extraordinaire. America and we Cokesbury murky official child later yet. These guys work jammer. We have a good place JM x-ray booth to secure real good. We got in the 10 minutes in the in the morning and 30 minutes another for lunch time and another Jim mentioned evening show. Sometimes Ludlow yeah overweight you know for high-end. When you play everyday get pretty tight yeah sham ship church on pretty good. We just Scheidegger. When we got retired. We still yeah oh. We love having you guys here you you always surprise us with the continent you bring through and it's always very pleasant. So thank you for that. We really appreciate you guys what you do for local musicians and for everybody gives chance to play our music get out there is salt not we always and with will be unbroken calls as long as everybody still playing yeah that's awesome always amusing in and delightful to have that kind of inspiration more while there's a lot of stuff that's not inspirational so it's it's nice to see that there's still some around and to queue on you over there a lot of my families from Sperry arrived. I've definitely heard the expression very America so yeah yeah my uncle had a big part in the diner that's over there right off the main the town Road, but yeah yeah what chuckwagon things, but so anyway you can't touch on the little bit the how long of each of you actually been like in bald in the music industry will start plan back about the sophomore high school always like 1010 years ago. Anyway, we start plan a couple brothers and we start out rock 'n' roll. We plan our garage lab replayed that he sat at that one the brother of the brothers house sometimes and dad get up early in the morning, holler at us get makeshift this damn would still play for a while longer. Anyway, we played the will start playing country replayed his places around Jinks and Preston McCullum opera house at that time and we start plan gospel music and we called her still young disciples and we played all a lot of churches all over and round Tulsa area and so anyway. Then later I got a more country Brandon, big party. There up later played little better, but here it was look to grow for elevated and then I store and at first Assembly of God church Oklahoma will biggest churches that this baldhead time and played bass guitar form for years templated contraband now we been playing together with Gosper that working whenever we get a chance so we we like to play yeah yeah all of you similar story there is that is that all of your stories combined there in one much you start 56 years ago and and I have learned anything yet, but I sure enjoy is very few mandolin players that come through and play on the program thinking of the third one I think out of the hundred and 50 or whatever people that are been serious not in itself is a talent plot plan. I was probably 1213 years old. We have rock group 60s great no course we want right planted no light long got way work work work guitar and play floodwall. Then I got off work at plant shutdown. I want to work in labor Bobby was that I met Bob. Okay, he did we got talking. He said he played as well hoplite about you a lot. I played long so we never did get together will then went up work together another lace Noel he brought up again, good story both brother get Tarzian. I bet I had had my guitar case will 15 years brought out we had gotten parking lot can get tuned up my game to Bob so let me play a song I wrote allows just let me here to know yeah he played Missoni Rose call Jeannie in the bottles Carcassonne he got than others by my special good believing Joe Bob Gottlieb County back into playing. The next thing I know we started collaborate together and write songs together and waiver actually up couple CDs. We recorded the ghostwritten original songs, we yeah got in he he County got me going again got me interested in. When I retired good friend Manuel called me playing