June’s episode of Settin’ The Woods on Fire is all about the blue collar workers. Those men and women who do the jobs that don’t get a lot of airtime, but that we all need in order for society and our economy to function. This month’s episode is a celebration of those workers. And, it starts with a tribute to a recently deceased legend of the squared circle who embodied that working spirit better than anyone. This episode is dedicated to the memory of “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes, so don’t you dare miss it!
This month’s episode was inspired by Shameless Amos’ recent trip to the Mecca of country music, Nashville. Those vibes from the mother church, The Ryman Auditorium, inspired him to make a show all about the early greats of country music, when it was still unironically called “hillbilly music.” “Dirty” Dan Dynamite is an equally big fan of hillbilly music (if not more so), and he was happy to provide some more of the early greats of recorded music. It’s a very special episode, so don’t you dare miss it!
It’s MONDAY!! Yeah, that actually doesn’t excite me much either, but we’ve got not one, but two new shows to help you start your work week. There’s a special subgenre of country music that’s often ignored. It typically has a bit more to do with lyrical content than a style of music. It’s songs about trucks and truckers. And host Shameless Amos has a big soft spot for them. He’s running solo on this episode and he’ll present to you a selection of his favorite ditties about the kings of the road and their multi-wheeled chariots. It’s a very special episode of Settin’ The Woods On Fire, so don’t you dare miss it!
This month’s episode of Settin’ The Woods On Fire is all about murder, gunfighting and suicide. It’s a whole episode about the darkest side of life, so settle in, grab some Prozac and enjoy! Also, this show will now be moving from the second Friday to the 13th of each month, so don’t you dare miss it!
It’s Friday the 13th, so we decided that instead of getting into the gloomy nature of the feared day, we’d bring you an hour of the most upbeat, happy songs we could think of! Next month, we’re on Friday the 13th again, so we’ll bring you songs of darkness and death, but for now, it’s all hap-hap-happy!! Don’t you dare miss it!
This episode is a few days late, but it’s chock-full of great twangy tunes with a focus on some newer artists doing their best to keep the traditions alive. We’ve got drinking songs, partying songs, sad songs, someone you might know from Jackass and, of course, a little bit of old Hank.
This month, our hosts Shameless Amos and “Dirty” Dan Dynamite bring you great country music both old and new, some great tunes from some great ladies, a couple of the best outlaws of all time, some giants in the history of country, and some young cats doing their best to fill those shoes. Enjoy!
Our first episode is out of the bag, and it’s got hillbilly legends, the greatest country singers of all time, Canadians singing about hockey, an ode to cowboy boots, some up and comers, and an Australian singer teaching us all how it should be done! Shameless Amos and “Dirty” Dan Dynamite have hooked up from across the Pacific to bring you their favorite country, hillbilly and honky-tonk as they will every month. Enjoy!