What Rick Perry Should Sing When He Gits Here

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(As always, listen to the Large Band’s whole jam.)

 

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7 thoughts on “What Rick Perry Should Sing When He Gits Here

  1. Jane Harris

    It’s very disturbing to mention Rick Perry and Lyle Lovett in the same breath. Probably the best part of being from Texas is it’s so big, their paths don’t have to cross often.

  2. Don Pesci

    He’s great, a real gentleman. Saw him in Torrington. When someone from the audience called out that it was Beverly’s birthday, he recognized her as having attended a previous concert, and he and his band sang happy birthday to her, with the usual Lovett Texas swagger.

  3. peter brush

    My wish is that some of our guys with an interest in the Nutmeg fiscal disorder and bad business weather would offer a forum to Mr Perry to explain what’s going on in Texas. He’s not a great speaker, but he’s got some common sense. McKinney, Cafero, Foley, Lamont could hold a public chit-chat.
    Bob Wills is still the King.
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        1. peter brush

          Help your own self, Senor Yo. I’m not sure what line to which you refer, but I also worry that I might have cluttered Colin’s blog with the Junior Brown tune I linked.

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Xh72No-CA
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