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.

Holiday Special (Part 1)

“Please to see the King” – Celtic Christmas Performance
“Friday March” – Roger Landes, Anne Wharton, Rob DeVet & the Elegant Savages Orchestra
“Christmas Jigs” – Celtic Christmas – Rick Cunningham & Gypsy Youngraven
“Dominion” – Rick Cunningham
“Wexford Carol” – Lesley Sawyer
“The Cowboy Christmas Ball” – Michael Martin Murphey
“Cowboy Santa Claus” – Blue Prairie
“The Tumbleweed Christmas Tree” – Andy Wilkinson
“The Wise Men Song” – Cary Banks

Jenni Dale Lord joins Curtis Peoples in the studio for this week's Music Crossroads of Texas.
Kaysie Ellingson


This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas, your host, Curtis Peoples, begins a two part series exploring the music of the Giant Side of Texas—West Texas—and the Giant Side of Music. He will play music written about, or that has a connection to cities and towns in the region.

Women of West Texas Music: This week we have Jenni Dale Lord in the KTTZ studios to talk about her music.

West Texas Music Standards: This week’s feature is Terry Allen.

West Texas Live Shots: Music from Joe Ely on his 1980 tour.

Buddy Holly
Public Domain


This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas, your host, Curtis Peoples, brings in the sounds from Highway 87--also known as the Amarillo Highway. He will play music written about, or that has a connection to the region.

Women of West Texas Music: This week we talk with Margaret Lewis Warwick about her music.

West Texas Music Standards: This week's feature is Buddy Holly.

West Texas Live Shots: Roadside Playboys play the Cotton Club.

Crossroads of Music Archive Spotlight: Buddy Holly sings "Sugartime."

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