Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 11/13/2016

Last night, Wes’s Musical Meltdown returned to XTFM after an unplanned hiatus due to internet issues, job ttraining, and illness. It felt good to be back. Some drops occurred, but in spite of those, I’m quite proud of this show. We had the Cover Comparison, a tribute to Seattle rock in honor of the Seahawks playing the Patriots, and lots of new music.

Playlist

  1. Avenged Sevenfold, The Stage
  2. Amaranthe, Drop Dead Cynical
  3. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, I Believe in Father Christmas
  4. Sully Erna, Different Kind of Tears
  5. Godsmack, Something Different
  6. Matchbox 20, Push
  7. Tonic, Take Me As I Am
  8. Goo Goo Dolls, Iris
  9. Hells Fire Sinners, Aint A Damned Thing Changed
  10. Our Lady Peace, Somewhere Out There
  11. Maren Morris, 80’s Mercedes
  12. Jason Aldean, Whiskey’d Up
  13. Big & Rich, Holy Water
  14. Cole Swindell, Broke Down
  15. A Thousand Horses, Smoke
  16. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, You’ll Accomp’ny Me
  17. Frankie Ballard, You’ll Accomp’ny Me
  18. Bon Jovi, Never Say Goodbye [Request]
  19. XYZ, Souvenirs
  20. Alice In Chains, Sea Of Sorrow
  21. Temple of the Dog, Say Hello 2 Heaven
  22. Soundgarden, Live to Rise
  23. Mother Love Bone, Stargazer
  24. Pearl Jam, Last Kiss
  25. Mad Season, River Of Deceit
  26. Kenny Chesney, Setting the World On Fire
  27. Kenny Chesney, Rich and Miserable
  28. Drew Baldridge, Rebound
  29. Aaron Lewis, Whiskey and You
  30. Reckless Kelly, Who’s Gonna Be Your Baby Now
  31. Aubrie Sellers, Sit Here and Cry
  32. Vince Gill, Down to My Last Bad Habit
  33. Chris Young, Sober Saturday Night (Feat. Vince Gill)
  34. Jennifer Nettles, Unlove You
  35. Jennifer Nettles, My House (feat. Jennifer Lopez)
  36. Chris Tomlin, Good Good Father
  37. Lauren Daigle, Trust In You
  38. Danny Gokey, Tell Your Heart to Beat Again
  39. Third Day, Your Words (feat. Harvest)
  40. Casting Crowns, Just Be Held
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 12/29/2015: The Year In Music!

The final Meltdown of 2015 on XTFM was a 7-and-a-half-hour marathon, boasting 106 of the songs that rocked our musical world in 2015. It was country, rock, metal, pop, hip-hop, Christian Contemporary, and even one awful song that took the country by storm in the form of a dance craze. Hoping you all enjoy this one. Feel free to leave your comments about the show, the playlist, or songs I should have added or even skipped.

It was an excellent year in music, in which we discovered many new bands, and old favorites returned with their first new material in several years. We even got to showccase a track from a new artist. Hey, I heard about him on Christmas, so it still qualifies for my best of 2015. Everyone needs to check out Dean Ray and watch for this guy to break out in a huge way in 2016. Thanks to several of HIS fans for joining the program and interacting last night.

Don’t forget to join me Saturdays at 1:00 PM East on The VIP Lounge. You can find us on the TuneIn Radio app by searching The VIP Lounge as well. We return to our normal time of 9:00 PM East next Tuesday, January 5, on XTFM.

Of course, if you enjoy what you read and hear, and if you’d like to make some Amazon purchases through me, it’s greatly appreciated.

Playlist

  1. Motörhead, Till The End
  2. Motörhead, Thunder & Lightning
  3. Cody Canada and the Departed, Comin to Me
  4. Cody Canada and the Departed, Stay
  5. Black Star Riders, The Killer Instinct
  6. Revolution Saints, Turn Back Time
  7. Halestorm, Apocalyptic
  8. Halestorm, I Am the Fire
  9. Ellie Goulding, Love Me Like You Do
  10. The Weeknd, Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey)
  11. sam hunt, take your time [album version]
  12. brantley gilbert, one hell of an amen
  13. chase rice, gonna wanna tonight [album version]
  14. Third Day, Soul On Fire (feat. All Sons & Daughters)
  15. Third Day, Lead Us Back
  16. Mark Ronson, Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars)
  17. Ed Sheeran, Thinking Out Loud
  18. Wiz Khalifa, See You Again
  19. Meghan Trainor, Lips Are Movin’
  20. Slayer, Repentless
  21. Iron Maiden, If Eternity Should Fail
  22. Papa Roach, Gravity
  23. Breaking Benjamin, Bury Me Alive
  24. Amaranthe, Drop Dead Cynical
  25. Hinder, Rather Hate Than Hurt
  26. Little Big Town, Girl Crush
  27. Frankie Ballard, Young & Crazy
  28. Lady Antebellum, Just A Girl
  29. Maddie & Tae, Girl In A Country Song
  30. Kacey Musgraves, Biscuits
  31. Big & Rich, Run Away With You
  32. Dean Ray, I Owe You (A Heartache)
  33. Hozier, Take Me To Church
  34. Rachel Platten, Fight Song
  35. Andy Grammer, Honey, I’m Good.
  36. Maroon 5, Animals
  37. Old Dominion, Break Up With Him
  38. Montgomery Gentry, In a Small Town
  39. Kip Moore, I’m To Blame
  40. Parmalee, Already Callin’ You Mine
  41. Robert Earl Keen, 99 Years For One Dark Day (feat. Peter Rowan)
  42. Miranda Lambert, Smokin’ And Drinkin’ (feat. Little Big Town)
  43. Red Sun Rising, The Otherside
  44. Failure Anthem, Paralyzed
  45. Royal Thunder, Forget You
  46. The Winery Dogs, Oblivion
  47. Silento, Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae)
  48. X Ambassadors, Renegades
  49. Adele, Hello
  50. Ariana Grande, One Last Time
  51. Charlie Puth, Marvin Gaye
  52. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Downtown
  53. Taylor Swift, Blank Space
  54. Trivium, Until The World Goes Cold
  55. Disturbed, The Vengeful One
  56. Pop Evil, Footsteps
  57. Apocalyptica, Cold Blood
  58. Aranda, We Are the Enemy
  59. Aranda, Don’t Wake Me
  60. Buckcherry, Bring It On Back
  61. Five Finger Death Punch, Jekyll And Hyde
  62. Shinedown, Cut The Cord
  63. Shinedown, How Did You Love
  64. Theory Of A Deadman, Blow
  65. All That Remains, This Probably Won’t End Well
  66. Atreyu, Do You Know Who You Are
  67. Stone Sour, Gimme Shelter (feat. Lzzy Hale)
  68. Nickelback, Miss You
  69. Keith Urban, Raise ‘Em Up (Feat. Eric Church)
  70. Keith Urban, John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16
  71. Brad Paisley, Country Nation
  72. michael ray, kiss you in the morning
  73. eric church, like a wrecking ball
  74. Eric Church, Mr. Misunderstood
  75. Cam, Burning House
  76. gary allan, hangover tonight
  77. Jason Aldean, Gonna Know We Were Here
  78. jana kramer, i got the boy
  79. eli young band, turn it on
  80. Ray Scott, Ain’t Always Thirsty
  81. Thomas Rhett, Crash And Burn
  82. locash, i love this life
  83. A Thousand Horses, Smoke
  84. Lee Brice, That Don’t Sound Like You
  85. Cole Swindell, You Should Be Here
  86. Love And Theft, Whiskey On My Breath
  87. Chris Young, I’m Comin’ Over
  88. Kelsea Ballerini, Dibs
  89. The Band Perry, Live Forever
  90. Tim McGraw, Top Of The World
  91. Blake Shelton, Gonna
  92. Carrie Underwood, Smoke Break
  93. Ryan Kinder, Tonight
  94. Dierks Bentley, Riser
  95. Dylan Scott, Crazy Over Me
  96. Chris Janson, Power Of Positive Drinkin’
  97. Luke Bryan, Home Alone Tonight (feat. Karen Fairchild)
  98. Chris Stapleton, Nobody To Blame
  99. NEEDTOBREATHE, Brother
  100. Crowder, Come As You Are
  101. Chris Tomlin, Jesus Loves Me
  102. Casting Crowns, Broken Together
  103. Building 429, Impossible
  104. Lauren Daigle, How Can It Be
  105. Sidewalk Prophets, Save My Life
  106. Francesca Battistelli, He Knows My Name


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Wes’s Wild Weekend Party for 12/12/2015: The VIP Lounge Radio Debut!

Today marked the debut of Wes’s Wild Weekend Party on The VIP Lounge Radio. I had a blast playing music, taking requests, and trying something a little different. You’ll see it’s slightly different from my XTFM show in that it’s a little more mainstream-sounding, and we do include some PSA’s/spots. Both shows are fun and interesting for me to do, and I hope both are enjoyable to you, the listeners.

As always, if you like what you hear, Feel Free to Shop Amazon Through Me.

Playlist

  1. Gretchen Wilson, Here For The Party
  2. Manitoba’s Wild Kingdom, The Party Starts Now
  3. Glenn Frey, Party Town
  4. Bing Crosby, A Song Of Old Hawaii [Request]
  5. Procol Harum, A Whiter Shade of Pale
  6. Carpenters, Superstar [Request]
  7. Merle Haggard/Willie Nelson, Reasons to Quit
  8. George Jones, Choices
  9. Jason Aldean, When She Says Baby
  10. Kenny Rogers And Dolly Parton, Islands In The Stream [Request]
  11. Bring Me the Horizon, Drown [Request]
  12. Casting Crowns, Lifesong
  13. Alan Jackson Feat. George Strait, Designated Drinker [Request]
  14. Flyleaf, Fully Alive [Request]
  15. Flyleaf, Cassie [Request]
  16. Don Henley, All She Wants To Do Is Dance [Request]
  17. Toby Keith, Red Solo Cup [Request]
  18. Thousand Foot Krutch, Untraveled Road
  19. Kutless, Strong Tower
  20. Stone Sour, Gimme Shelter (feat. Lzzy Hale)
  21. Halestorm, I Am the Fire
  22. Halestorm, Apocalyptic
  23. Black Star Riders, The Killer Instinct
  24. Red Sun Rising, The Other Side
  25. Failure Anthem, Paralyzed
  26. Andy Williams, Happy Holidays
  27. The Carpenters, Merry Christmas Darling [Request]
  28. Glee Cast, Last Christmas (Glee Cast Version) [Request]
  29. Smashing Pumpkins, Cherub Rock [Request]
  30. Ted Nugent, Cat Scratch Fever
  31. Joe Walsh, Life’s Been Good
  32. B-52’s, Roam [Request]
  33. Luke Bryan, Home Alone Tonight (feat. Karen Fairchild)
  34. Thomas Rhett, Crash And Burn
  35. Dallas Smith, Kids With Cars
  36. Default, Hold Onto You
  37. Shinedown, How Did You Love
  38. Five Finger Death Punch, Remember Everything
  39. Tonic, You Wanted More
  40. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Boys from Oklahoma
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 11/03/2015: Show Recap and Download

The November 3, 2015 show was a fun one. Just over three hours; lots of music, and interesting topics. Unfortunately, technology decided to be uncooperative and eat the playlist. However, I’m confident you’ll enjoy the mix of classic country, Christian Contemporary, rock, and even some 80’s Alternative on this week’s show.

Megan served again as co-host, and discussed her involvement with a company called Jamberry. Want to know more? Listen to the show, then get in touch.

We also discussed the failure of Issue 3, Marijuana Legalization, here in OOhio, where the show is currently based. I discussed ways they could possibly have more success on next year’s ballot.

As always, if you enjoy what you hear, Make an Amazon Purchase to Help Me Out. It’s greatly appreciated.

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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 9/11/15: Show Recap, Playlist, and Download

As I was ill on September 8, my normal Tuesday night for doing the shows, I rescheduled for Friday, September 11. In addition to the normal show, we had an extended musical tribute to the events and aftermath of September 11, 2001, a day NO American should ever forget. I’d like to thank all of those who suggested tracks beyond the normal two or three that are always played in memory of the day. Thanks to Shannon, Julie, Maggie, and others. Thanks to all who interacted in the chat room. Thanks, also, to Megan Mason for her co-hosting talents.

This week, our cover comparison comes from Stevie Wonder and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Listen to find out who won. Also, listen to hear my picks for week one of the NFL regular season. Let’s see if I do better than I did last year.

As always, if you like what you hear, Support the Page with Amazon Purchases!

And now, the playlist!

  1. Pop Evil, Footsteps
  2. Pop Evil, If Only for Now
  3. Sixx:A.M., Stars
  4. Thundermother, Alright Alright
  5. Bring Me the Horizon, What You Need
  6. Incubus, Drive (Request for Mai Laing
  7. The Moody Blues, Nights In White Satin
  8. Deftones, 976 – Evil (Request for Bob)
  9. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Lucky Man
  10. Jackson 5, ABC
  11. Head East, Never Been Any Reason
  12. Stevie Wonder, Higher Ground
  13. The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Higher Ground
  14. Train, Cab (Request for Silvia)
  15. Nickelback, Never Gonna Be Alone (Request for Silvia)
  16. Daughtry, Feels Like Tonight (Request for Silvia)
  17. Hoobastank, The Reason
  18. Hoobastank, Crawling In The Dark
  19. Inkubus Sukkubus, Aradia (Request for Jenni)
  20. John Fogerty, Centerfield (Request for David)
  21. Alan Jackson, Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) (live, CMA Awards)
  22. Darryl Worley, Have You Forgotten
  23. Toby Keith, Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)
  24. Neil Young, Let’s Roll
  25. Paul McCartney, Freedom
  26. David Foster And Peter Cetera, Voices That Care
  27. My Chemical Romance, Skylines And Turnstiles
  28. Beastie Boys, An open letter to nyc
  29. The Cranberries, New New York
  30. Disturbed, Prayer (live @ DeepRockDrive.com)
  31. Everclear, The New York Times
  32. Good Charlotte,Mest,Goldfinger, Goldfinger/Good Charlotte/Mest – The Innocent
  33. Imagine Dragons, America
  34. Yellowcard, Believe
  35. Killswitch Engage, Life to Lifeless
  36. Slayer, Jihad
  37. Testament, The Evil Has Landed
  38. Default, Wasting My Time
  39. Tonic, Open Up Your Eyes
  40. Emerson Hart, If You’re Gonna Leave
  41. Athenaeum, What I Didn’t Know
  42. Third Day, Soul On Fire (feat. All Sons & Daughters)
  43. Kutless, What Faith Can Do
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown: Wes and Jo’s Melted Down Jukebox Edition 08/06/2015

On this edition of the Meltdown, I co-host with XTFM’s own Just Jo. Normally, this would have been her show, but due to technical difficulties, I came in to pinch hit for her. Since it was her show, and we were doing it together, we thought the combined name was appropriate.

Excellent selection of music on this one, much of which was by request of the listeners. Also, we’d like to thank Free Talk Live for giving us some fodder for a rant later in the show regarding one of our listeners/chatters who’s been doing some questionable things with recordings of some of our DJ’s shows. If I’d had the audio of his call, I would’ve played it. They handled him about the same way I would have. I’ll definitely be supporting this show in future.

We had two cover comparisons, each one consisting of the original track, and two covers. Lively discussion, great music, and a great time.

Warning: Some adult language on today’s show.

Of course, if you like what you hear, Consider supporting the page via amazon.

Playlist:

  1. Quiet Riot, Bang Your Head (Mental Health)
  2. Krokus, Burning Bones
  3. Krokus, Screaming In The Night
  4. .38 Special, If I’d Been the One
  5. Ellie Goulding, Love Me Like You Do
  6. Halestorm, Better sorry than Safe
  7. Halestorm, Bet U wish U had me back
  8. Florida Georgia Line, Cruise (feat. Nelly)
  9. Florida Georgia Line, This Is How We Roll
  10. Billy Ray Cyrus, She’s Not Cryin’ Anymore
  11. One Direction, They Don’t Know About Us
  12. Cattle Decapitation, Everyone Deserves To Die
  13. The Drifters, Save The Last Dance For Me
  14. Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, Save the Last Dance for Me
  15. The Manhattan Transfer, Save The Last Dance For Me
  16. Miranda Lambert, The House That Built Me
  17. Miranda Lambert, Gunpowder & Lead
  18. Sara Evans, I Could Not Ask For More
  19. Terri Clark, I Think The World Needs A Drink
  20. Toby Keith, I Love This Bar
  21. Cledus T. Judd, I Love NASCAR
  22. Janis Joplin, Piece Of My Heart
  23. Faith Hill, Piece of My Heart
  24. Sammy Hagar, Piece Of My Heart
  25. Shelly West, Jose Cuervo
  26. Rascal Flatts, Easy (with Natasha Beddingfield)
  27. Jason Aldean, If My Truck Could Talk
  28. Tim McGraw, Over & Over
  29. Sam Smith, Stay With Me
  30. Billy Squier, Lonely Is The Night
  31. Foreigner, Cold As Ice
  32. Stevie Nicks, Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  33. Riot, Showdown
  34. Phil Keaggy, Love Divine
  35. Third Day, Trust in Jesus
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 8/3/2015: Recap, Playlist, and Download Links

Last night was another rousing edition of Wes’s Musical Meltdown, with a new guest co-host, Holly. It was Holly’s ffirst time doing radio, and after the nerves wore off, she did great. We had a cover comparison which pitted The Righteous Brothers up against the great Joe Lynn Turner. Great conversation, listener interaction, and requests, as my listeners are awesome!

We thought it might be the last one for a while, but I will be covering for Gina’s Organized Chaos tomorrow at 5:00 PM East/2:00 PM Pacific on XTFM. As always, if you like what you hear and wish to support the page, Buy Stuff From Amazon!

And now, the playlist:

  1. UFO, Out in the Street
  2. UFO, Back into My Life
  3. Gary Moore, Don’t Take Me For A Loser
  4. Shooting Star, Last Chance
  5. Kid Rock, So Hott
  6. Robin Thicke, Blurred Lines
  7. Godsmack, Something Different
  8. ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, Word Crimes
  9. Written In Red, Not My Home
  10. Red, Fight to Forget
  11. Cavo, My Little Secret
  12. Sick Puppies, There’s No Going Back
  13. Taylor Swift, Red
  14. Taylor Swift, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  15. Halestorm, I Miss The Misery
  16. Kelly Clarkson, Piece by Piece
  17. Demi Lovato, Skyscraper
  18. Demi Lovato, La La Land
  19. Righteous Brothers, Unchained Melody
  20. Joe Lynn Turner, Unchained Melody
  21. Rainbow, Stone Cold
  22. Stoney LaRue, Texas Moon
  23. Gregg Allman Band, I’m No Angel
  24. .38 Special, Hold On Loosely
  25. Motley Crue, Kickstart My Heart
  26. Led Zeppelin, Whole Lotta Love
  27. Aranda, Don’t Wake Me
  28. Aranda, Starting Over
  29. Stone Sour, Children Of The Grave
  30. Stone Sour, Through Glass
  31. Slipknot, The Devil In I
  32. Jessie J, Flashlight
  33. Selena Gomez & the Scene, Hit The Lights
  34. Sara Bareilles, I Choose You
  35. Styx, Blue Collar Man
  36. Styx, The Best Of Times
  37. Genesis, Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
  38. Buckcherry, The Madness
  39. Buckcherry, Bring It On Back
  40. Shinedown, Cut the Cord
  41. Pentatonix, Run To You
  42. Pentatonix, Natural Disaster
  43. Pentatonix, I Need Your Love
  44. Jason Derulo, Want To Want Me
  45. The Pretty Reckless, Follow Me Down [Explicit]
  46. Bruno Mars, Grenade
  47. Meghan Trainor, No Good For You
  48. Adelitas Way, Last Stand
  49. Theory Of A Deadman, Hate My Life
  50. Thin Lizzy, Still In Love With You
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Written In Red ~ Not My Home: Fresh Christian Rock Worth Hearing!

Release Date: June 27,2015 (per Amazon.com)

Label: Self-released

Rating: 9 out of 10

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Every so often, a new artist comes along that, after hearing their album, you know they have the potential for great things. Such is the case for Wyoming 5-piece Written in Red.

Describing themselves, according to their website and Facebook, as Christian rock with a “touch of metal and Southern influences”, to my ears, is an understatement. Just as heavy as Stone Sour, Shinedown, Seether, or other notable secular artists, these guys pack a Spiritual punch. Even if you’re not a Christian, you owe it to yourself to check out the music, and see where the lyrics lead you. If you are a Believer, and you like good, hard-driving rock, then Written In Red’s Not My Home belongs on your MP3 or CD player. If you’re a fan of Thousand Foot Krutch, Skillet, Decyfer Down, and the like, you’ll love these guys.

On a sidenote, when you search for this band, make sure you find the right one. Apparently, there was another band, out of North Carolina, using the same name who put out an album in 2007. Definitely not the same group. So be careful.

Before getting the album on a friend’s recommendation, I’d not heard of Written In Red. From the opening track, simply entitled Intro, there is no mistaking where this band stands with regard to their faith in Christ and their mission to spread the gospel and have a good time doing it.

From there, the album launches into the title track, Not My Home. The message is solid. We’re here to spread love, bring lives to Christ, but this isn’t our home. Our home awaits us in Heaven.

I won’t do a track-by-track, but I will say this. If you want to rock out, check out Pray for the Pray, We Are (Broken World), The Reason, Battle Within and Cry.

Perhaps the two best tracks on this release are the slower-tempo ballads. Hollow speaks to the listener. It talks about how life felt empty, meaningless…But all that changed when the writer of the track found Christ and turned his life around.

Yahweh is the album’s closer, as far as original tracks. The CD actually closes with an excellent acoustic version of the title track. Yahweh is an excellent song that I could easily hear being played in any church that does modern praise and worship music. Though the rest of the record is pretty much hard rock, this is a track I could see being played on Christian radio right alongside Casting Crowns and Third Day.

In short, Written In Red are versatile, talented, and genuine about what they sing. It’s great to hear a band with massive talent who don’t water down their beliefs, and aren’t ashamed to be Christians who know how to rock hard. Definitely wishing nothing but great success for this band. I guarantee you I will continue to play them on my shows on XTFM.

About The Band and Links

Written in Red are a 5-piece Wyoming Christian powerhouse. I don’t have much information on the band, but here’s what we’ve got.

Members:

  • Ben Rose-Vox & Rhythm Guitar
  • Shaun Collins-Bass & Back up Vocals
  • Steven Nichols-Lead/Rhythm Guitar
  • Mike Fridley-Lead/Rhythm Guitar
  • Ty Hilbert-Drums

Connect with the band.

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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 06/30/2015: Show Notes, Playlist, and Downloadd

Guests on this show included Jo, Silvia, Ashley, and Jessica. A great selection of music, and we also discussed the issue of “Marriage Equality” as the Supreme Court of the United States had recently decided, in a 5-4 vote, that same sex marriages must bbe recognized in all states. The discussion stayed civil, although one of our guests, though she knew it would be the topic going in, didn’t have much to say. Enjoy this one!

On this show, we also debuted new music from Shinedown and Buckcherry. The Cover Comparison features Hank Williams vs. Volbeat.

Playlist for the night is as follows. And remember, any tracks you wish to buy can be purchased on CD or MP3 at Amazon.

  1. Triumph, Lay it on the Line
  2. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Night Moves
  3. Earth Wind & Fire, Let’s Groove
  4. Hozier, Take me to Church
  5. Alanis Morissette, Uninvited
  6. Slipknot, Duality
  7. Slipknot, Psychosocial
  8. Shania Twain, From This Moment on
  9. Avril Lavigne, Nobody’s Home
  10. Daughtry, Crawling Back to You
  11. Daughtry, Poker Face (Acoustic)
  12. Train, Angel in Blue Jeans
  13. Shinedown, Cut the Cord
  14. Buckcherry, Bring It On Back
  15. Hank Williams, I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
  16. Volbeat, I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
  17. My Chemical Romance, The Ghost Of You
  18. My Chemical Romance, Helena
  19. Skillet, Monster
  20. Avenged Sevenfold, Afterlife
  21. Barren Cross, Bigotry Man (Who Are You)
  22. Red, Hide
  23. Halestorm Feat. Brent Smith, Shed Some Light
  24. Halestorm, Tell me where it hurts – Bonus Track
  25. Picture Me Broken, Devil On My Shoulder
  26. Picture Me Broken, Skin & Bones
  27. Nickelback, Photograph
  28. Nickelback, Far Away (Album Version)
  29. We Came As Romans, To Plant a Seed
  30. Nickelback, How You Remind Me
  31. Casting Crowns, Voice Of Truth
  32. Third Day, I Need a Miracle
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Wes’s Musical Melt-Down for 7/7/2015 Preview

Join me tomorrow night, Tuesday, July 7 at 10:00 PM East/7:00 PM Pacific for Wes’s Musical Melt-down on X Transmission FM.

My guest co-host will, once again, be the excellent Just Jo. We’ll have 3+ hours of music and conversation. Join us in the chat room, on social media, and possibly on Skype.

The music includes rock, metal, pop, Christian, country, and much more. Keep the Playing Now Page open during the show to purchase tracks you like as they play.

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I look forward to seeing everyone on the radio! Join us for great music and exciting conversation.