Music Crossroads of Texas

Saturdays at 7p.m.
  • Hosted by Curtis Peoples

The Music Crossroads of Texas radio show is a one-hour program that focuses on popular music associated with West Texas. The show will highlight music and artists from Lubbock, Amarillo, Abilene, San Angelo, and other communities in the region.  The show will play many of the standards from the region, but will incorporate underrepresented music as well.

Music Crossroads of Texas Playlist: Family Connections

Music Crossroads of Texas Playlist: Celebration of African American History Month

Music Crossroads of Texas: Playlist Dedicated to Buddy Holly

“River of Memories” – T. Texas Tyler
“Buddy’s Guitar” - Buddy Holly
“Down the Line” – Buddy Holly & Bob Montgomery
“You and I are through” – Buddy & Bob
“Soft Place in my Heart” – Buddy & Bob
“Smokey Joe’s Café” – Buddy Holly
“Rock Around with Ollie Vee”
“Blue Days, Black Nights”
“That’ll Be the Day” – Buddy Holly & the Crickets
“Maybe Baby”
“Oh Boy!”
“Peggy Sue”
“Well…All Right”

Music Crossroads of Texas – Rock n’ Roll

This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas we devote the entire show to the West Texas super group: The Flatlanders. Along with the group, he also explores some of the solo music from the group’s three-principle members: Joe Ely, Jimmy Dale Gilmore, and Butch Hancock.

Music Crossroads of Texas: The Flatlanders Playlist