Dallas Wayne played a beautiful set last night, before Willie Nelson & Family’s set. Thank you, Kevin Smith, Willie Nelson’s bassist, for this picture.
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Dallas Wayne performed a beautiful set before Willie Nelson on the Fourth of July.
Fans who enjoy him on the radio should buy one of his albums, or go see him if he comes to a town near you. He puts on a great show, and that fine radio voice sings beautifully.
Dallas Wayne: I’ll Take the Fifth
All Dressed Up
Crawlin’ Is Easy
I’m Gonna Break Some Promises Tonight
Not A Dry Eye In The House
Fixin’ To Fall
I’ll Take The Fifth
If These Walls Could Cry
Straighten Up (And Lie Right) w/Sunny Sweeney
In No Time At All
God Only Knows
I Never Did Like Planes
Dallas Wayne can be heard daily on Sirius/XM Radio, on Willie’s Place, and at Outlaw Country. He is also a singer/songwriter and I’ll Take the Fifth is his most recent album. He continues to tour with his music around the U.S. and world, and you can learn more about Dallas and his music, and purchase his albums atwww.DallasWayne.com.
You can buy this album, or his other albums, or down load your favorites, at Amazon here.
“Great to see my friend Dallas Wayne at my gig tonight – all the way from Austin, TX!” — Tom Conway
Oh, Dallas, you are a long ways from Austin. Tom Conway wrote on Facebook that Dallas Wayne, singer-song-writer-Sirius/XM producer and on air host, sat in with him Monday night at his show in Maui. There’s a couple of handsome musicians. (Thanks Sandra for taking the photo,)
I asked Paul English if I could do a selfie with him, and he said, “I have no idea what that is, but okay.” Then I said I would love to have a Me and Paul picture; that everyone wants one. He is such a gracious man.
Budrock “The Illuminator” Prewitt
I took these selfies in the morning before the Willie Nelson and family show at the BackYard Amphitheater last Tuesday. Now I think I know why everyone avoided me all afternoon — fear of selfies on Facebook.
Thanks to these kind folks for being good sports; no one said no, even though they were all busy and on their way to do something somewhere.
Janis and I got to see Dallas Wayne and his band Haybale last night at the Continental Club, in Austin, along with Kelly, from Austin, and a friend. What a treat! It was a late night show on a Sunday night, and there was a crowd of people ready to dance and have fun. The band sounded great, and Dallas even dedicated ‘Shoeshine Man’ to Janis and I.
See them if you can, South Congress street was so much fun, tons of places to eat — I found a place selling tofu sandwiches, which is a treat for a vegetarian to find vegetarian street food that doesn’t involve cheese or bread. We didn’t eat there, concensus took us to a Mexican restaurant that was delicious, but it was still nice to see tofu on a menu.
You can see Dallas Wayne on the radio Monday through Friday, on Outlaw Country and Willie’s Roadhouse, on Sirius/XM Radio, playing other folks’ music. It was so much fun to get to see him live with Haybale in Austin. Thanks, Dallas.
Congratulations to the handsome and talented Dallas Wayne, of Sirius/XM Radio, for winning the DJ of the Year award at the annual Ameripolitan Music Awards in Austin! Read about all the winners at http://www.ameripolitanmusic.com/awards.
You can hear Dallas on Sirius/XM radio every day (maybe not Sunday, but it seems like he’s always working), on Willie’s Roadhouse, and Outlaw Country! Check out his shows, listen and you will see why he keeps winning DJ awards. Well deserved, Dallas! He is a good reason to subscribe to Sirius/XM radio.
He’s a nice guy, too, he’s got a lovely wife, nice kids, the whole package.
And congratulations to Haybale for winning the Best Honkey Tonk Group award!
Ray Price, “Father Good Times,” with SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse program director Jeremy Tepper (left) and on-air personality Dallas Wayne backstage at ACL Live at the Moody Theater in Austin, TX on New Year’s Eve 2011.
Airing Saturday 12/21 at noon ET and Sunday 12/22 at 9 pm ET on Willie’s Roadhouse.
It might be an exaggeration to say that all roads in country music lead to Ray Price, but not by much. The Country Music Hall of Fame member, who passed away at his home in Mount Pleasant, TX on December 16 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, was a pioneer on several frontiers and influential beyond compare. He introduced a danceable style of honky tonk that became known as the “Ray Price Shuffle” with his 1956 hit Crazy Arms, which spent 20 weeks at No. 1 and helped him survive the rock ‘n’ roll explosion (many other country stars of the day were not so fortunate). Not to mention his smooth crooning vocal style on later hits like Danny Boy and For the Good Times, which are worthy of comparison to Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett.
As a bandleader, Price’s Cherokee Cowboys proved to be a finishing school for future stars and ace musicians like Roger Miller, Johnny Paycheck, Johnny Bush, Buddy Emmons, and a young Willie Nelson, who faked his way on bass guitar to get the gig and wrote one of Price’s signature tunes, Night Life.
Willie remained lifelong friends with Price, who became an extended member of the SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse family. Here is a backstage interview with Dallas Wayne, following his performance at ACL Live at the Moody Theater (home to SiriusXM studios in Austin, TX) on New Year’s Eve 2011.
Thanks to Willie’s Roadhouse, on Sirius/XM Radio, for their continuing tribute to the great Ray Price, who passed away this week. Dallas Wayne, producer Jeremy Tepper and their staff honored him all day yesterday, with music, interviews, tributes by friends.
They continue today, and if you missed it, you can hear a vintage “Willie Wednesday” with Willie Nelson, Ray Price and Bill Mack live in-studio at the old Willie’s Place truck stop in Carl’s Corner, TX replayed today at 3 pm ET and midnight ET. — with Dallas Wayne, Jeremy Tepper, Willie Nelson, Bill Mack, Cindy Mack and Ray Price.
Another good reason to subscribe to Sirius/XM Radio.
Dallas Wayne, host of Willie’s Road House and Outlaw Country shows on Sirius/XM, and Jeremy Tepper, producer, broadcast live from Farm Aid 2013 in Saratoga Springs, NY, on Saturday, September 21, 2013.
I always have to track down these guys at the Farm Aid concert, tucked back stage and broadcasting the 12-hour Farm Aid Concert. Sirius/XM Radio has made the commitment to broadcast Farm Aid live for many years, and we fans are grateful that they have. They are working so hard! It’s got to be challenging to bring the whole Willie’s Roadhouse Operation on the road and broadcast remotely like that. Thanks, guys!
It’s something to watch them work, coordinate interviews with performances, juggle schedules; their broadcasts are seamless; listening on the radio, Dallas makes it seem easy, but watching them live, you see how hard they are working and all the things they are doing. But still, they always have time to say hello, and let me bug them to take some pictures.
Mickey Raphael stopped by for a visit before his performance with Amos Lee, one of Mickey’s many of the day.
Check out www.Sirius.com for a re-broadcast of the great concert, with performances by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Jamey Johnson, Amos Lee, Jack Johnson, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Insects vs Robots, and many more great artists.
To learn about Farm Aid, and the work they do and how you can help, visit: www.FarmAid.org
Johnny Bush celebrates new album “Reflections” and reflects on his life in interview with Dallas Wayne on Sirius/XM RadioThursday, August 29th, 2013
The “Country Caruso” Johnny Bush celebrates his new album “Reflections” by looking back over his impressive 60-plus year music career, including tales from his days on the road with Willie Nelson and, in this extensive two-hour interview with Dallas Wayne airing over Labor Day Weekend: Saturday 8/31 Noon ET; Sunday 9/1 10 am ET and Monday 9/2 3 pm ET.
For information on how you can hear this: www.Sirius.com
It’s always exciting at the end of a Willie Nelson & Family show when other artists or family members come on stage to sing with the band, and it’s especially fun at the Picnic, when the artists who played during the day sing gospel tunes with Willie, and whatever other songs Willie leads them in. . Some folks had to leave for other shows or other reason, but the stage was full.
All the best to singer/songwriter/on-air personality, music lover Dallas Wayne, who celebrates a birthday today. Dallas is always so kind and generous to me, and I always look forward to running into him at a Willie Nelson & Family show or Farm Aid or other special event. He’s the best.
My only complaint to him has been how sad he makes me everytime I hear, “Not a Dry Eye in the House” a song he sings and recorded, and it’s so sad. His music’s not all sad, of course, and you can hear him most Sunday nights (even tonight on his birthday), with his band HayBale, at Continental Club in Austin. A bunch of us got to see him play his hometown of Bastrop in April, when he played before Billy Joe Shaver’s set. He is a fan favorite in Kansas City, at Knuckleheads, where he opens for Billy Joe, Merle Haggard, Ray Price. several times a year. He will be performing at Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic at Billy Bob’s Texas at the Stock Yards in Forth Worth this year.
You can hear him every day on the radio, too, on Sirius/XM Radio, on Willie’s Road House and Outlaw Country stations.
I hope this song makes you sad like it does me.
Tim O’Connor, the owner and inspiration behind the Back Yard, and all the great music it’s hosted, Connie Nelson, who oversees the ongoing greening of the Back Yard, and singer/songwriter/on-air personality host on Sirius/XM Radio, Dallas Wayne, backstage at the Willie Nelson concert last Sunday Night.
Connie was honored by the Back Yard with a fountain named in her honor, for all her hard work and focus on maintaining an environmentally friendly, low-carbon footprint music venue.
Janis and I stopped by and visited with Dallas Wayne, and watched him work on Willies Roadhouse, Sirius/XM Radio. Today’s show was dedicated to George Jones, and Dallas spoke with Ray Price, Bill Mack, and songwriter/author Bobby Braddock, and shared fond memories about George, and played his music all day long.
Dallas kindly came out and posed for photos with us, too.