Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 01/28/2018: Tunes, fun, and most of the XTFM Crew In-House!

This week’s Meltdown was a party, and many parts are definitely NOT suitable for the entire family, or for the easily offended. You have been warned, so if you download and are offended, keep it to yourself. Musically, with the exception of the first song, and the last two songs, you are good to go…But some of the conversation toward the end may bother some. There’s a reason i play a disclaimer at the beginning of the show.

We had a great mix of music, requests, and of course, our Cover Comparison. This week, we put Dion up against Eddie Rabbitt. We had lots of new country to turn you on to, as well as an oldies set and a classic country set. There was going to be a Christian Contemporary set to end the show, but when you see the direction the show’s ending went, you’ll understand why I felt it inappropriate to play that set. But, the music was good, and the laughs were even better. Also, find out what a 12-year-old considers to be oldies…Made us adults feel REALLY old.

One of the highlights of the evening was turning you on to country newcomer Kassi Ashton. I don’t know much about her, but her first single is pretty cool. We also had new stuff from Ashley McBryde, Luke Bryan, Avenged Sevenfold, and much more!

What made this show unique is the fact that most of the XTFM airstaff was in-studio. Of course, Megan and Rebekah of Generations fame and myself share the studio and home, but we also had a surprise visit from Bob In the Black Boots of Cemetery at Midnight fame and Gina from Gina’s Organized Chaos. The party started on-air and continued for a bit after the show. There’s humor, good tunes, and so much more. If you enjoy what you hear, please check out the rest of our crew. The schedule can be found on the main page at the XTFM website.

Remember, due to a certain big game whose name we’re not allowed to print taking place next Sunday, there will be no Meltdown as I’ll be watching. Go, Eagles! Crush those Patriots and send Tom Brady home crying like the little bitch he is.


  1. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Absolute Cunt Of A Day [Request]
  2. Junior Brown, Highway Patrol
  3. Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Pearl Snaps
  4. QUEENSRYCHE, Take Hold Of The Flame
  5. Iron Maiden, Wasted Years
  6. Huey Lewis & The News, Hope You Love Me Like You Say You Do [Request]
  7. Psychedelic Furs, The Ghost in You [Request]
  8. Avenged Sevenfold, Wish You Were Here
  9. Ed Sheeran, Perfect
  10. Dion, The Wanderer [Cover Comparison; Original]
  11. Eddie Rabbitt, The Wanderer [Cover Comparison; Cover]
  12. Jason Aldean, You Make It Easy
  13. Brothers Osborne, Shoot Me Straight
  14. Dierks Bentley, Woman, Amen
  15. Ashley McBryde, American Scandal
  16. Kassi Ashton, California, Missouri
  17. Devin Dawson, Dark Horse
  18. LANCO, Born to Love You
  19. Luke Bryan, Most People Are Good
  20. Adam Doleac, Whiskey’s Fine
  21. Dion, Runaround Sue [Request]
  22. McCoys, Hang On Sloopy
  23. the contours, do you love me
  24. Ernie K-Doe, Mother-In-Law
  25. Coasters, Yakety Yak
  26. Billy Joe Royal, Down In The Boondocks
  27. Buddy Holly, That’ll Be the Day
  28. Beatles, Twist And Shout
  29. Zombies, Time Of The Season
  30. The Hollies, Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress
  31. The Fray, How To Save a Life [Request]
  32. Highway 101, Somewhere Tonight
  33. Sweethearts of the Rodeo, Satisfy You
  34. The Desert Rose Band, One Step Forward
  35. Vern Gosdin, Do You Believe Me Now
  36. Vern Gosdin, I Can Tell By The Way You Dance
  37. The Kendalls, Heaven’s Just a Sin Away
  38. Gene Watson, Got No Reason Now For Goin’ Home
  39. Merle Haggard, The Bottle Let Me Down
  40. Webb Pierce, There Stands The Glass
  41. Conway Twitty, I’d Love to Lay You Down
  42. Dwight Yoakam, Honky Tonk Man
  43. Steel Panther, Weenie Ride [Request]
  44. Steel Panther, Pussywhipped

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