A true Country Music artist. Moe Bandy. got his start and had his biggest successes in the 1970s. Although he continued to record all the way through 2020. Today you will hear him at his best. Another true Country artist is Waylon Jennings. He brings his unique sound to the stage of Jailhouse Radio. Listen to the memories. Grady will come along with his deposit of, well, who knows what. Enjoy!
Moe Bandy has come a long way since his years working sheet metal by day and playing Honky Tonks at night around his hometown of San Antonio, TX. Listen in as he joins Debbie and Carrie in the middle of a 5,000 acre ranch in Centerville, TX to talk about those days and much more!
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Tyler Fairburn and Chubby Howard always have fun on The Chubby Howard Show, and you never know who is going to drop by or give them a call! Moe Bandy is a real living legend in country music. He called in to chat with Chubby and Tyler about his new album and his storied career.
We had a great conversation with the legend Moe Bandy on The Chris & Sandy Show. Hes had 10 # 1 Hits, 40 Top Ten Hits, 66 Chart Hits, 5 Gold Albums, ACM Song of The Year, ACM most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year, American Video of the year, ACM and CMA Duet of the Year. We had some technical difficulties especially at the begging but we got through it. LOL The great thing about all this is tech, the worst thing about all this is tech. LOL We talked about many things from God, family, his book, addictions, music, sacrifices, he told some great stories to a whole lot more! Click the play button to listen to the podcast!
453 - Moe Bandy Country traditionalist Moe Bandy talks about the road he took in life, as a singer and recording artist. In the early days, he made a living working with sheet metal and at night he was in the clubs and honky tonks trying to get in front of people and his name to be known. He succeeded at going into music full time and is now a household name. He counts among his fans people of all ages from all walks of life, and even a President. This interview was recorded for the radio show back in 2017. It's now being presented to everyone here on the podcast edition of The Paul Leslie Hour! The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.
Bandy is a country music traditionalistMoe Bandy is a country music legend of the traditionalist variety who has accomplished a lot during his 40+ year career. He's had ten No. 1 songs, 40 Top Ten hits, five gold records and numerous ACM and CMA Awards.Bandy started his recording career while he was a sheet metal worker in San Antonio, Texas, but traded sheet metal for gold albums after a decade of hard labor. His traditional sound came along during the mid-70's when the country pop sound of Kenny Rogers and John Denver, and the outlaw sound of Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson were all the rage.Bandy is back with A Love Like That today (Fri, August 28th) that delivers true-to-the-bone traditional country music that fans expect from “Bandy the Rodeo Clown.” The eleven track project was produced by acclaimed Grand Ole Opry musician, the late Jimmy Capps, who's worked with George Jones, George Strait, Ray Charles and Tammy Wynette. Capps and Bandy completed the album prior to his passing earlier this year.Matt Bailey had a chance to chat with Bandy back in July. We wanted to share this episode as the album is released so fans have some behind-the-scenes incite about how the project was born and what it was like working with Capps.Check out our other Podcasts! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts, TuneIn and YouTube.
In this week's episode we're featuring a mid-80s album on for the always-country Moe Bandy: "Motel Matches" (1984). Bandy made traditional country music and rarely deviated from it. Respected country historian Bill Malone called Moe Bandy's music "a breath of fresh air through the fetid morass of country pop" - and even though it was 1984, "Motel Matches" was more of the same. Throughout his career thus far, Bandy had specialised in hard country songs about drinking and cheating (often depicted in the artwork on some of country's most glorious album covers) and a good chunk of our feature album is firmly in his wheelhouse once more. A relationship with songwriter Whitey Shafer which began with "Bandy The Rodeo Clown" and "I Just Started Hating Cheating Songs Today" in the early 70s continues with "In Mexico" and "Don't Start Me Cheatin' Again". Other highlights include one of two singles in "It Took A Lot Of Drinkin' (To Get That Woman Over Me)" and a comfortable song for Bandy (a 2007 Texas Rodeo Hall Of Fame inductee) in "The Horse That You Can't Ride".
Shoji Tabuchi and Moe Bandy on Branson Country USA
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IN THE COUNTRY presents COUNTRY LEGENDSMOE BANDYMoe Bandy’s long string of hits include "Bandy The Rodeo Clown", "Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life", "Till I’m Too Old To Die Young", "Americana", "It's A Cheatin' Situation", "Just "I Just Started Hatin' Cheatin' Songs Today", "Rodeo Romeo", "You Haven’t Heard the Last of Me" and dozens of other chart-toppers. Whether writing, recording new songs or travelling the world performing. Moe keeps one of the busiest schedules in show business. Some of his noteworthy accomplishments are: 10 # 1 Hits, 40 Top Ten Hits, 66 Chart Hits, 5 Gold Albums, ACM Song of The Year, ACM Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year, American Video of the year, ACM and CMA Duet of the Year. LEROY VAN DYKELeroy Van Dyke, of "Auctioneer" and "Walk On By" fame, star of the movie, "What Am I Bid?", is known around the world as an entertainer, recording artist, radio and television star, actor, auctioneer and veteran of the Nevada circuit. He has recorded over 500 songs, and probably holds the record for most repeat-performance bookings of any working, name country music entertainer. Music industry experts chose Leroy as the Country Music Entertainer of the Decade for the 1960s. Leroy hosted his own syndicated television series, "The Leroy Van Dyke Show;" he hosted the 1965 Country Music Association Awards Show at which Ernest Tubb was inducted into the Hall of Fame; he was the first entertainer to receive the prestigious Country Music Association Founding President's Award for contributing to the advancement and improved image of Country music.