Not Necessarily Nashville

Saturdays from 6-8 p.m. on KUAR 89.1

Pat “Flap” Jones has hosted Not Necessarily Nashville since 1987. The program is dedicated to country music ignored by mainstream radio.

Some call it Americana, but if you ask Flap, “It’s country, folk, bluegrass, rock and blues. I’m a child of the 1950s and '60s and was fortunate enough to grow up in family of music lovers. Our little record player played everything from Hank Williams and Tommy Dorsey to Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, The Beatles and The Stones.”

As a result, on Not Necessarily Nashville you’re likely to hear classics by Hank Williams or Jimmie Rodgers alongside laments from Hayes Carll, Townes Van Zandt or Guy Clark. You’ll hear newgrass from The Greencards and jam band music from The Waybacks followed by the old time bluegrass of Bill Monroe. Mix it all up with country legends like Merle Haggard, Tom T. Hall and Johnny Cash and the countless new artists that refuse to play along with the new country mainstream and you’ve got the best of the rest of country music. It’s the old and the new and hopefully you'll hear something you like.

You can access older playlists from Flap's show here.

Merle Haggard - The Legend of Bonnie & Clyde (60's Hits)
Bill Kirchen - Flip Flop (Seeds and Stems)
Pokey LaFarge - Home Away From Home (Pokey LaFarge)
Angel Band - Heart In The Middle (Shoot The Moon)
Seldom Scene - Dry Run Creek (Dream Scene)
Slaid Cleaves - God's Own Yodeler (Still Fighting The War)
Merle Haggard - Good Times (60's Hits)
Townes Van Zandt - T For Texas (Sunshine Boy)
Cody Canada & The Departed - If You're Ever In Oklahoma (This Is Indian land)

Playlist July 27, 2013

Jul 28, 2013

Bill Kirchen - Semi Truck (Seeds and Stems)
Bill Kirchen - Down To Seeds & Stems Again (Seeds and Stems)
JJ Cale - Clyde (Naturally)
Antsy McClain & The Trailer Park Troubadours - What I've Learned From Dogs (Living The Dream)
Guy Clark - The Death of Sis Draper (My Favorite Picture of You)
Guy Clark - My Favorite Picture of You (My Favorite Picture of You)
Bill Kirchen - Mama Hated Diesels (Seeds and Stems)
Del McCoury - Birmingham (Sail Away-Songs of Randy Newman)
The Carper Family - Old Fashioned Gal (Old Fashioned Gal)

Doc Watson - Blue Railroad Train (Definitive Doc Watson)
Doc Watson - St Louis Blues (Definitive Doc Watson)
Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson - The Quiet Life (Wreck and Ruin)
Pokey LaFarge - The Devil Ain't Lazy (Pokey LaFarge)
Pokey laFarge - Central Time (Pokey LaFarge)
Red Meat - Catfish Fry (Alameda County Line)
Merle Haggard - The Okie From Muskogee's Coming Home (Very Best of Merle...)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Stuck In The Middle (Speed of Life)
John Hartford - You Asked Me To (Gum Tree Canoe)

Michael Hibblen filled in hosting that week's program.
Kelly Willis & Bruce Robinson- Leavin' (Cheater's Game)
Rodney Crowell- Still Learning How To Fly (Fate's Right Hand)
Elvis Costello- Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down (Almost Blue)
Brian Wright- We Don't Live There (Rattle Their Chains)
Guy Clark- The Guitar (Some Days The Song Writes You)
Steve Earle & the Del McCoury Band- The Mountain (The Mountain)
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountian Boys- Over In The Glory Land (Clinch Mountain Gospel)

Johnny Cash- Bull Rider (Silver)
Dale Watson- I Lie When I Drink (El Ranhco Azul)
Red Meat- Lolita (Alamedo County Line)
Sutton, Holt & Coleman- Down The Road (Ready For The Times)
Alison Krauss-Lay My Burden Down (Paper Airplane)
Bonnie Montgomery- Joy (Joy)
Carper Family- Bad Attitude (Old Fashioned Gal)
Carolina Chocolate Drops- Sally Ann (Donna Got A Ramblin Man)
Pokey LaFarge- One Town At A Time (Pokey LaFarge)
Gibson Brothers- Daddy's Gone to Knoxville (They Called It Music)

Marty Stuart- Hobo's Prayer (The Pilgrim)
Emmylou Harris- Gone (Songbird Sampler)
Bill Hearne- Lucky That Way (From Santa Fe To Las Cruces)
Steve Martin & Edie Brickell- Who You Gonna Take (Love Has Come For You)
Della Mae- Like Bones (This World Oft Can Be)
Junior Brown- I'm Headed Back To Austin Tonight (Volume Ten)
Steve Earle- After Mardi Gras (The Low Highway)
Amy Garland- Down Girl (Hang A Light)
Jimmy LaFave- Hard Travelin' (Woody Guthrie At 100)

The Carper Family- My Old Chevy Van (Old Fashioned Gal)
Wayne Hancock-  Lone Road Home  (Ride)
Tejas Brothers- Chasing Down The Devil (Live A Little More)
The Carper Family- Foolish Ramblin Man (Old Fashioned Gal)
Mary Gauthier- Jackie's Train (Drag Queens in Limousines)
Austin Lounge Lizards- Too Big To Fail (Home and Deranged)
Sutton Holt Coleman- Train That Carried My Girl From Town (Ready For The...)
Dopsey Jr & The Zydeco Twisters- Gonna Go Zydeco (Zydeco Gone Wild)
Donna The Buffalo- Love Time (Tonight Tomorrow and Yesterday)

The Devil Makes Three- Statesboro Blues (Do Wrong Right)
The Carper Family- I've Tried (Old Fashioned Gal)
Slaid Cleaves- God's Own Yodeler (Still Fighting The War)
Rockin Dopsie Jr- They All Asked For You (Who Dat?)
Tim O'Brien- When I Paint My Masterpiece (Oh Boy)
Bela Fleck- The Legend (Drive)
Hank Williams- Howlin At The Moon
Hank Williams- I Won't Be Home No More
The Amazing Rhythm Aces- Fool For The Woman (Too Stuffed To Jump)
Tom T Hall- Ravishing Ruby (Storyteller, Poet, Philosopher)

Michael Hibblen/ KUAR

In advance of a CD release party later that evening, Amy Garland joined Flap Jones live on Not Necessarily Nashville to play a few songs and talk about her music.  Also joining Amy at KUAR to play guitar was Nick Devlin .

The new CD Hang A Light came out this month, and its release was marked with a performance at the Whitewater Tavern in Little Rock.

You can listen to excerpts of that week's program above.

Steve Earle- Love's Gonna Blow My Way (The Low Highway)
Gibson Brothers- I Will Always Cross Your Mind (They Called It Music)
Amy Garland- Everything Around Her (Hang A Light)
Sutton, Holt, Coleman- Georgia Buck (Ready For The Times)
Peter Rowan-  Drop The Bone (The Old School)
Claire Lynch- Buttermilk Road (Dear Sister)
Tejas Brothers- That's Just Crazy "Live A Little More"
Wayne Hancock- Miller Jack & Mad Dog (A Town Blues)
Black Lillies- Smokestack Lady (Runaway Freeway Blues)

Steve Earle- Down The Road Pt II (The Low Highway)
Carolina Chocolate Drops-Political World (Chimes of Freedom)
Carper Family-Montana Cowboy (Back When)
Mary Gauthier-Wheel Inside The Wheel (Live At Blue Rock)
Amy Garland-Everything Around Her (Hang A Light)
Blue Mountain-The One That Got Away (Omnibus)
Steve Earle-That All You Got (The Low Highway)
Asleep At The Wheel-Snap Your Fingers (It's a Good Day)
Belleville Outfit-Nothings Too Good For My Baby (Time To Stand)
Big Smith- Fickle Hearted Man ( Big Rock)

Michael Hibblen filled in hosting the program that week.
Joe Ely- You Can Bet I’m Gone (Satisfied At Last)
Norman Blake- The Railroad Days (Fields of November)
Steve Goodman- City of New Orleans (Live at the Earl of Old Town)
Robert Earl Keen- Five Pound Bass (The Road Goes On Forever)
Guy Clark- Dublin Blues (Dublin Blues)
Billy Joe Shaver & Kris Kristofferson- No Earthly Good
The Carper Family- Another Town (Come See Yer Ol’ Daddy)
Hayes Carll- Little Rock (Little Rock)
Merle Haggard- Branded Man (Down Every Road Box Set)

Rodney Crowell- Anything But Tame (Kin)
Pat Green- All Just To Get To You
Merle Haggard – Big City (The Bluegrass Sessions)
Johnny Cash – I Won’t Back Down (American III: Solitary Man)

Interview with Dr. Ruth Hawkins, director of the Arkansas Heritage Sites program, who is overseeing the restoration of Johnny Cash's boyhood home in Dyess, Arkansas.  During a visit to Little Rock, she stopped by KUAR to provide an update on how the project is going.

Michael Hibblen filled in hosting the program that week.

Johnny Cash- Like The 309 (American V: A Hundred Highways)
Rodney Crowell- Beautiful Despair (The Outsider)
Johnny Cash- I Still Miss Someone (Live at Madison Square Garden, 1969)
Johnny Cash- Five Feet High and Rising (Live at Madison Square Garden, 1969)
Johnny Cash- Pickin’ Time (Live at Madison Square Garden, 1969)