Wes’s Musical Meltdown on XTFM for 01/13/2016

This week’s edition of Wes’s Musical Meltdown aired on Wednesday night instead of Tuesday. I swapped nights in order to catch the President’s final State of the Union address, in the slim hope that he’d say something useful and interesting for discussion fodder. Unfortunately, he did not. But, the show was a blast nonetheless.

In addition to listener requests and our usual mix, we also paid tribute to the late David Bowie with an extended set of material from throughout his career, right up to the CD he released this past Friday, just two days before his passing. Also, we caught up on some of the songs I failed to play on the 2015 year-end special.

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  1. Zac Brown Band, Beautiful Drug
  2. Zac Brown Band, Heavy Is the Head (Feat. Chris Cornell)
  3. Ashley Monroe, Bombshell
  4. James McMurtry, Copper Canteen
  5. James McMurtry, Cutter
  6. Wheeler Walker Junior, F**k You Bitch
  7. Katy Perry, Roar [Request]
  8. Katy Perry, E.T. [Request]
  9. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Turn the Page [Request]
  10. Vince Gill, I Never Knew Lonely [Request]
  11. Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Take Me To Your Lovin’ Place
  12. Nonpoint, Breaking Skin
  13. Highly Suspect, Lost
  14. Godsmack, Something Different
  15. Godsmack, I Don’t Belong
  16. Modest Mouse, Float On [Request]
  17. Shaman’s Harvest, In Chains
  18. Nothing More, Here’s To The Heartache
  19. David Bowie, The Man Who Sold The World
  20. Nirvana, The Man Who Sold the World
  21. Mott the Hoople, All the Young Dudes
  22. David Bowie, Suffragette City
  23. David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust
  24. David Bowie, The Jean Genie
  25. Queen, Under Pressure [Request]
  26. David Bowie, Five Years [Request]
  27. David Bowie, Rebel Rebel
  28. David Bowie, Modern Love
  29. David Bowie, I’m Afraid Of Americans
  30. Tin Machine, Working Class Hero
  31. Tin Machine, Big Hurt
  32. David Bowie, Lazarus
  33. David Bowie, I Can’t Give Everything Away
  34. Lord Marshall, Chariots of Fire
  35. Patty Loveless, Lonely Too Long
  36. Big Daddy Weave, You Found Me
  37. Stereomud, Breathing
  38. Stereo Fuse, Everything
  39. Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard, It’s All Going to Pot
  40. Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard, Unfair Weather Friend
  41. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen, Standards
  42. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen, Reasons to Quit
  43. Ace of Base, Beautiful Life [Request]
  44. Corey Smith, Maybe Next Year (PO Clean Edit) [Request]
  45. Asia, Heat of the Moment [Request]
  46. The Kinks, A Well Respected Man [Request]
  47. Rend Collective, You Will Never Run [Request]
  48. Inkubus Sukkubus, Aradia [Request]
  49. Mark Wills, Wish You Were Here [Request]
  50. David Bowie, Heros [Request]
  51. David Bowie w/ Stevie Ray Vaughan, Young Americans [Request]
  52. David Bowie, China Girl [Request]
  53. Billy Currington, Good Directions [Request]
  54. Matt Redman, 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) [Live] [Request]
  55. TobyMac, Speak Life
  56. Third Day, I Need a Miracle


Updated Radio Schedule for The Week! Please Read!

Just a quick heads-up to my listeners. There are some changes to my broadcasting schedule this week, and in weeks to come. So, let’s get to it.

  • For XTFM, instead of being on Tuesday night at 9:00 PM East as normal, moving the show to Wednesday at 8:00 PM East, right after Gina’s Organized Chaos. This is a one-time move so that I can catch the President’s State of the Union address Tuesday evening at 9:00 East, as well as the Republican response. This way, we will be able to discuss it amidst all the music.
  • On The VIP Lounge, I’ll be taking on some extra shifts. Starting this Wednesday, January 13, I’ll be heard Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Eastern, 2:00PM-6:00 PM UK Time. I haven’t given the show a name, but as always, the musical format will be anything goes. This starts this week, and will go for the next few weeks, until we find more presenters who are able to fill the slot, or until I begin a new job, which will of course take priority. Remember, to listen to the VIP Lounge, as the website is still under construction, paste http://theviploungeradio.com:8000 into your media player of choice, or search The VIP Lounge on the TuneIn Radio app for most mobile devices.

Of course, stay tuned to my Twitter and Facebook for up-to-the-minute changes. Also, feel free to Start getting those Requests in for Wednesday Morning’s Show!

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See you on the radio.

Wes’s Wild Weekend Party for 01/09/2016 On The VIP Lounge

Wes’s Wild Weekend Party for January 9 was a lot of fun. Great music, great listener interaction, and a good time had by all.

As always, some content may not be suitable for all audiences. Enjoy! And, if you like what you hear, why not Help me out by Purchasing Through Amazon

  1. Shaman’s Harvest, In Chains
  2. Zac Brown Band, Heavy Is the Head (Feat. Chris Cornell)
  3. Seether, Save Today
  4. Elvis Presley, Love Me Tender [Request]
  5. Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer To You)
  6. Wayne Hancock, Kansas City Blues
  7. Merle Travis, Cincinnati Lou
  8. The Kendalls, Pittsburg Steelers
  9. Quiet Riot, Bang Your Head [Request]
  10. Quiet Riot, Thunderbird [Request]
  11. Ed Sheeran, Thinking Out Loud [Request]
  12. Black Sabbath, Iron Man [Request]
  13. Big Sean, Blessings
  14. Rico Richie, Poppin’
  15. E-40, Choices (Yup)
  16. Journey, Faithfully
  17. Bad English, When I See You Smile
  18. Hardline, Hot Cherie
  19. Olivia Newton-John, Please Mr Please [Request]
  20. Megadeth, Fatal Illusion
  21. Pop Evil, Monster You Made
  22. Stone Sour, Bother
  23. Olivia Newton-John, Let Me Be There [Request]
  24. Josh Turner, Your Man [Request]
  25. Dean Ray, I Owe You (A Heartache) [Request]
  26. Crowded House, Something So Strong
  27. Newsboys, I Am Free
  28. Adelitas Way, Last Stand
  29. Tanya Tucker, Paul Overstreet,Paul Davis, I Won’t Take Less Than Your Love [Request]
  30. Crossfade, Colors
  31. Breaking Benjamin, So Cold
  32. Fuel, Hemorrhage (In My Hands)
  33. Aranda, Still in the Dark
  34. Black Stone Cherry, Please Come In
  35. The Answer, On And On
  36. Old Crow Medicine Show, Lift Him Up
  37. Grateful Dead, Friend Of The Devil
  38. 3 Doors Down, Here Without You
  39. Styx, Renegade
  40. Alias, More Than Words Can Say
  41. Shinedown, Sound Of Madness [Request]
  42. Rainbow, Street Of Dreams
  43. Msg, When I’m Gone
  44. Kelly Clarkson, I Do Not Hook Up
  45. Pink, Please Don’t Leave Me
  46. Fireflight, You Gave Me A Promise
  47. Plumb, In My Arms
  48. Natalie Grant, I Will Not Be Moved
  49. Chris And Conrad, Lead Me To The Cross
  50. Kutless, What Faith Can Do


Wes’s Wild Weekend Party for 1/2/2015 On The VIP Lounge

This week’s Wes’s Wild Party on The VIP Lounge Radio was quite a bit of fun. A good mix of requests and my own picks. We played a new artist my listeners are quite fond of, as well as paid a brief musical tribute to a departed heavy metal legend. We even played some rap, which everyone knows is a bit unusual for me.

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  1. Guns & Roses, Sweet Child o’ Mine
  2. ZZ Top, I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide [Request]
  3. The Guess Who, No Sugar Tonight
  4. Sister Sledge, Frankie [Request]
  5. Celine Dion, Because You Loved Me [Request]
  6. Miley Cyrus, Get It right [Request]
  7. The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Under The Bridge [Request]
  8. Patty Loveless, A Little Bit in Love
  9. Foster And Lloyd, Crazy Over You
  10. Dierks Bentley, Riser
  11. Johnny Cash, I Walk the Line [Request]
  12. Third Day, Follow Me There
  13. Florence and the Machine, I’m Not Calling You a Liar
  14. Dean Ray, Coming Back
  15. Dean Ray, I Owe You (A Heartache)
  16. Cold Creek County, Our Town
  17. E-40, Choices (Yup)
  18. Rico Richie, Poppin’
  19. Rico Richie, Both Ways
  20. The Script, Hall Of Fame (feat. Will.I.Am) [Request]
  21. Mark Ronson, Uptown Funk
  22. Hozier, Take Me To Church
  23. Pop Evil, Ways To Get High
  24. Atreyu, Do You Know Who You Are
  25. Shinedown, Dangerous
  26. Toto, Hold The Line
  27. Creedence Clearwater Revival, I Put A Spell On You
  28. Sammy Hagar, Give To Live
  29. Pink Floyd, Wish You Were Here
  30. Triumph, Magic Power
  31. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Listen To Her Heart
  32. Avenged Sevenfold, Afterlife
  33. Lonestar, Tell Her
  34. George Jones, Yesterday’s Wine
  35. George Strait, I Cross My Heart
  36. Waylon Jennings, You Asked Me To
  37. Jackson Taylor & The Sinners, Someone Get Me Out of Here
  38. Randy Rogers Band, Lost And Found
  39. Motorhead, Ace of Spades
  40. Motorhead, Eat the Rich
  41. Bart Crow Band, Wear My Ring
  42. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Sick And Tired
  43. Stoney LaRue, Texas Moon
  44. Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Do You Love Me Any Less
  45. Jeremy Camp, He Knows
  46. Francesca Battistelli, He Knows My Name
  47. Sidewalk Prophets, Save My Life
  48. Casting Crowns, Thoughts on Jesus, Friend of Sinners (Live)
  49. Casting Crowns, Jesus, Friend of Sinners (Live)

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