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Ray Wylie Hubbard

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The Messenger | Ray Wylie Hubbard (ft. Ronnie Dunn and Pam Tillis)

Red Dirt Road Podcast

Marshall and Alex review Ronnie Dunn's first song released since our podcast was created; a feature on Ray Wylie Hubbard's song "The Messenger", released July 2020. Hooky with Sloane by Bird Creek Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...​Music provided by FreeMusic109 https://youtube.com/FreeMusic109

17mins

4 May 2021

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Ray Wylie Hubbard & Jack Ingram I EP. #6 (part 2 of 2)

Jackin' Around PODCAST

The Jackin’ Around PODCAST is hosted by a 2-time Academy of Country Music awarding-winning singer/songwriter and master storyteller, Jack Ingram.  Join Jack weekly as he welcomes your favorite music, sports, and entertainment personalities on YouTube and your favorite audio platforms.  Provided below are bios, links to connect on social media, and contact information.  Access all information now by visiting https://jackinaroundpodcast.com/. ----more---- ✅ GUEST - RAY WYLIE HUBBARD Singer/songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard grew up in Oak Cliff in southwest Dallas, Texas, and attended W. H. Adamson High School with Michael Martin Murphey and B.W. Stephenson. In the 1970s, Hubbard wrote “Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother,” first made famous by Jerry Jeff Walker’s 1973 recording.  In 1976, he signed with Warner Bros. Records.  The result was “a botched sound” that Hubbard disapproved of vehemently, but the album was released despite his attempts to block it. Throughout the 80’s and ’90s, Hubbard recorded albums for various other labels but struggled with the sales of his mix of country, folk, and blues.  Eventually, a steady following began to re-discover Hubbard’s music, and he has been recording steadily since.  His guitar technique uses a strumming by the left (fretting) hand that is very old but not frequently seen in double time without changing the right-hand beat. Since 2000, Hubbard has released ten records, including ‘Snake Farm’ in 2006.  Most recently, in 2020, Hubbard signed his first major-label release since 1978 on Big Machine Records.  ‘Co-Staring’ is a set of collaborations featuring Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Don Was, and Black Crowe’s frontman Chris Robinson. ----more---- ✅ HOST - JACK INGRAM Jack Ingram’s music career spans over four decades and includes 18 records, 6 top #20 singles, including a #1 hit, on the Country Billboard charts.  In May of 2021, Jack, alongside fellow singer/songwriters Miranda Lambert and Jon Randall, released The Marfa Tapes.  According to Lambert, The Marfa Tapes stems from a fruitful songwriting partnership that has already resulted in the 2018 ACM Song of the Year “Tin Man” (Ingram / Lambert / Randall).  Additionally, Jack is no stranger to the airwaves, as TV host of the Texas Music Scene, a half-hour weekly program that airs in over 70 U.S markets and has won 22 Telly awards and 2 People’s Choice awards. In 2013, Jack teamed up with Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey and college football coach Mack Brown to create an annual multi-day fundraiser, golf tournament, & concert, Mack I Jack I & McConaughey.  Since its inception, MJM has raised over $15 million for children’s charities. ----more---- ✅ SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK • TWITTER • INSTAGRAM ----more---- ✅ CONTACT INFORMATION Matt Peveto, Executive Producer • (713) 859-3929 • Matt@MattPeveto.com 8mG9t8iezOigMvXKhewG

32mins

26 Apr 2021

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Ray Wylie Hubbard & Jack Ingram I EP. #6 (part 1 of 2)

Jackin' Around PODCAST

The Jackin’ Around PODCAST is hosted by a 2-time Academy of Country Music awarding-winning singer/songwriter and master storyteller, Jack Ingram.  Join Jack for part 1 of Episode #6 as he welcomes legendary singer/songwriter and author Ray Wylie Hubbard.  Part 2 premieres on Tuesday, April 27th. ✅ JACK INGRAM Jack Ingram is no stranger to the airwaves, as TV host of the Texas Music Scene, a half-hour weekly program that airs in over 70 U.S markets and has won 22 Telly awards and 2 People’s Choice awards.  Additionally, his music career spans over four decades and includes 18 records, 6 top #20 singles, including a #1 hit, on the Country Billboard charts.   In March of 2021, Jack, alongside fellow singer/songwriters Miranda Lambert and Jon Randall, announced a new record, The Marfa Tapes.  According to Lambert, The Marfa Tapes stems from a fruitful songwriting partnership that has already resulted in the 2018 ACM Song of the Year “Tin Man” (Ingram / Lambert / Randall). In 2013, Jack teamed up with Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey and college football coach Mack Brown to create an annual multi-day fundraiser, golf tournament, & concert, Mack I Jack I & McConaughey.  Since its inception, MJM has raised over $15 million for children’s charities. ✅ RAY WYLIE HUBBARD Singer/songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard grew up in Oak Cliff in southwest Dallas, Texas, and attended W. H. Adamson High School with Michael Martin Murphey and B.W. Stephenson. In the 1970s, Hubbard wrote “Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother,” first made famous by Jerry Jeff Walker’s 1973 recording.  In 1976, he signed with Warner Bros. Records.  The result was “a botched sound” that Hubbard disapproved of vehemently, but the album was released despite his attempts to block it. Throughout the 80’s and ’90s, Hubbard recorded albums for various other labels but struggled with the sales of his mix of country, folk, and blues.  Eventually, a steady following began to re-discover Hubbard’s music, and he has been recording steadily since.  His guitar technique uses a strumming by the left (fretting) hand that is very old but not frequently seen in double time without changing the right-hand beat. Since 2000, Hubbard has released ten records, including ‘Snake Farm’ in 2006.  Most recently, in 2020, Hubbard signed his first major-label release since 1978 on Big Machine Records.  ‘Co-Staring’ is a set of collaborations featuring Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Don Was, and Black Crowe’s frontman Chris Robinson.

39mins

19 Apr 2021

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Ray Wylie Hubbard

DittyTV's Insights | Artist Interviews

Ray Wylie sits down with host Amy Wright to discuss his newest album Co-Starring. The album features an all-star line-up like Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Elizabeth Cook, Larkin Poe, Don Was, and many more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

21mins

2 Nov 2020

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Episode 20 - Ray Wylie Hubbard, DJ Mike A Mashup & Jimmy's Rocktober Birthday

Every Playlist Tells A Story

New Every Playlist Tells A Story podcast and it’s Jimmy’s Birthday!  Todd introduces Jimmy to Ray Wylie Hubbard with “Mother Blues” and Jimmy keeps his Halloween playlist going with a mashup version of Blue Oyster Cult “Don’t Fear The Reaper” and Depeche Mode “See You” by DJMikeA from the Mash Up Town website.  And as always, some stories.. This week’s Ray Wylie Hubbard song available on the Spotify playlist at https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3UTJ2QXx9h9UWYQYWRoUtI?si=PJUZYrQHS0KjPPgUUHzmmg and on Youtube at https://youtu.be/IigSuEgi3y8 The DJ Mike A song can be found at https://www.mashuptown.com/2010/08/dj-mikea-mike-alegre-see-the-reaper-depeche-mode-vs-blue-oyster-cult.html And for fun, the Queens Of The Stone Age video from Saturday Night Live can be found here: https://vimeo.com/77352132 We can be reached at EveryPlaylistTellsAStory@gmail.com

57mins

2 Oct 2020

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EP 20: RAY WYLIE HUBBARD Interview

The California Country Show Podcast

Hearing stories of the old troubadours of Texas, the road always leads to time spent in California. Hearing Texas "icon" Ray Wylie Hubbard tell a story, it almost sounds like a song... one inspired by life's roadside stops.At 73 (he just played the Opry for the first time, just released what might be his coolest album yet called "Co-Starring", with an even cooler lineup of guests, and on the smash pop-country label "Big Machine" no doubt), Ray's no intention to stop writing now. "I just didn't want to peak too early." he jokes.If you like The California Country Show Podcast, check these out:The California Country Radio Show airs weekly on KLBP, KTNK, KCNQ, The Ranch, Simi Valley, CMR Nashville, and more coming soon! www.california-country.comCalCountryShow Quarantine video interview series on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube: @calcountryshowArtist or manager? Message us to book an appearance and have your music played on the California Country Radio Show: info@california-country.comProduced by: JDB Entertainment, LLCEdited by: Devon PangleBooking: Aubrey RichmondBackground music: "California Wildfire" by Just Dave Band, all rights reserved

55mins

17 Aug 2020

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Ray Wylie Hubbard

The Working Songwriter

The Texas music icon talks his early days in the outlaw Austin folk scene and his latest star-studded release on Big Machine Records.

1hr

10 Jul 2020

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Ep. 144 - RAY WYLIE HUBBARD ("Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother")

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters

The Texas Heritage Songwriters Hall of Famer discusses getting clean and sober with the help of Stevie Ray Vaughan; why he hated his first album; the Flannery O'Connor quote that guides his songwriting life; his collaborations with Eric Church; and the little trick he played on Ringo Starr. American Songwriter Podcast Network

1hr 11mins

7 Jul 2020

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THE TROUBADOUR PODCAST - The Premier Red Dirt, Texas Country and Independent Music Podcast

Today’s episode features a true Texas Songwriting Legend: Ray Wylie Hubbard. For those who follow Texas and Red Dirt Music you are almost certainly familiar with Ray.  He’s a legend in the scene and tons of artists have covered his material.  Many artists look at their chance just to co-write with Ray as a pinnacle in their careers. Known for his bar-room sing-along anthem, Red Neck Mother, Ray started gaining notoriety in the 70’s when Jerry Jeff Walker made the tune a main-stay for dark, smoky honky-tonks.  Then, over the years he also became known for penning other great signature songs like “Snake Farm”, recorded by podcast alum Paul Thorn, as well as “I Wanna Rock n Roll” recorded by Red Dirt legends in their own right, Cross Canadian Ragweed. One of my favorite songs that pays homage to Ray is the song “Good One Comin On” recorded by Blackberry Smoke and Trent Wilmon, and written by David Lee Murphy, Gary Nicholson, and Lee Roy Parnell. We get into Ray’s backstory in the episode and he takes us all the way from his start during the Cowboy/Hippie movement in Austin revolving around the Armidillo World Headquarters, us to his most recent projects featuring performances with names like Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Don Was, Chris Robinson and Ashley McBryde. If you haven’t checked out the YouTube video of the song “Bad Trick” here’s the LINK. I know Carly and I were both honored to have this chance to interview Ray. So here we go with episode #80 of The Troubadour featuring our conversation with Ray Wylie Hubbard. All of Ray’s social media links, music and merch can be explored by going to his website at www.raywylie.com How YOU can support the podcast! If you’re interested in supporting the podcast and helping us FREE CARLY from the bondage of editing every episode CLICK HERE and help us hand off this part of the process to a third party! There’s another way to support the podcast AND ALSO earn some free swag in the process.  CLICK HERE to check it out. You can listen to our wonderful podcast by clicking on any of the following links: The Troubadour Podcast Website, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean

37mins

31 May 2020

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Talking With Ray Wylie Hubbard – December 9, 2019

Talk About Las Vegas with Ira

Photo Credit: Mary Keating-Bruton [audio mp3=“https://talkaboutlasvegas.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Ray_Hubbard_120919.mp3”][/audio]This week, Ira spoke with singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard, who will be performing December 12th at The Golden Nugget Las Vegas. In this 30-minute episode of Talk About Las Vegas, Hubbard talks about how he got into songwriting (blame it on a high school assembly); why he writes what he wants to write; why he’s never really fit in anywhere; how humor helps his story telling; and what it was like to perform at the Grand Ole Opry.

30mins

9 Dec 2019

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