Kingwood Kowboy’s History Of Country Music
is serenading nostalgic country music fans worldwide with thirty eight 1-hour podcast episodes, showcasing the roots of classic and vintage country, cowboy, western and bluegrass songs. Larry W Jones, aka, Kingwood Kowboy from Kingwood Texas, says each episode is streamed in high quality 320kbps audio for any listener’s device and network.
The Kingwood Kowboy
developed his major podcast platform over a two year period by researching in great detail the interesting and intimate backgrounds of almost 700 songs, songwriters, music labels, chart positions, etc, that enhances the listener’s knowledge and appreciation for the genres. As country music star Harlan Howard
formulated the oft-quoted definition of a great country song: "Three chords and the truth." Larry W Jones introduces each song with his commentary on truthful details which brings to life the hidden realities behind the music.
Noting the new-found international interest in classic and vintage country music, Saudi Arabia
has its own podcast of the Kingwood Kowboy’s History Of Country Music. Larry muses that perhaps King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud may be a hillbilly at heart. Other podcasts streaming Kingwood Kowboy’s History Of Country Music include Apple, Breaker, Castbox, Google, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, and Spotify.
Radio stations will find the entire series of thirty eight 1-hour episodes have been specially produced using standard radio timing templates for broadcast with four music beds designed for ads, news, announcements, etc. All episodes are available on PRX Radio
Kingwood Kowboy’s History Of Country Music is the “definitive historical podcast” of classic and vintage country music, encompassing the four genres of country, cowboy, western and bluegrass. The roster of thirty eight 1-hour episodes spans the early 1900s into the 1960s and 70s. From old-time fiddle player Eck Robertson, the Father of Country Music Jimmie Rodgers, the Carter Family, all the Hanks of country music, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash and hundreds more, listeners can “Return to Yesteryear” with real country songs they can sing along to while listening to the Kingwood Kowboy’s History Of Country Music.kingwoodkowboy.com