Simply Country playlist

Leslie-Ann Scoular produces and presents ‘Simply Country’ every Friday night from 8.00 to 10.00pm on 100.8 Revival FM.  The programme is repeated on Saturday morning at 11.00am and is also available on Catch Up anytime for up to 7 days after original broadcast.

This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 1 February 2019 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 2 February at 11.00am.  Featured artist is Emmylou Harris.

Simply Country, Friday 1 February 2019 Playlist

Featured Artist – Emmylou Harris

Emmylou Harris – Heaven only knows Featured Artist

Elvis Costello – Sittin’ and Thinkin’

Eve Selis – Let love come through

Freakwater – Cricket Versus Ant

Gillian Welch – I’m not afraid to Die

Glen Campbell – Sing

Glen Fry – Smugglers Blues

Guy Clark – She ain’t goin nowhere

The Handsome Family – Flappin Your Broken Wings

James McMurtry – Out here in the middle

Jamie Lawson – Ahead of myself

The Jayhawks – Nevada California

Emmylou Harris – Crescent City Featured Artist

Jerry Jeff Walker – Boats to Build

Jimmy Buffett – He went to Paris

Emmylou Harris – Jerusalem Tomorrow Featured Artist

Jimmy Wayne – Brighter Days

Johnny Cash – Tearstained Letter

Karen Dalton – How sweet it Is

Kat & Anna McGarrigle – My Town

Kieran Kane – Je Suis Tres Contendre

Kris Kristopherson & Joan Baez – Hello in There

Emmylou Harris – Thanks to You Featured Artist

Laura Cantrell- Poor Ellen Smith

LeAnn Rimes – You’ll take me home

Lone Justice – Dreams come True

Lucinda Williams – Pancakes

Lyle Lovatt – I married her cos she looks like you

Mary Chapin Carpenter – Walking through Fire

Emmylou Harris – High powered Love Featured Artist


This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 25 January 2019 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 26 January at 11.00am.  Featured artist is Dwight Yoakam (pictured).

Simply Country 25/01/2019 Playlist

Dwight Yoakam – Things we said today Featured Artist
Joy Lynn White – True confessions
Amazing Rhythm Aces – Anything you Want
LeAnn Rimes – Probably wouldn’t be this way
Lindisfarne – Road to Kingdom Come
Lone Justice – After the Flood
Lucinda Williams – Jackson
Mary Chapin Carpenter – The Bug
McCluskey Brothers – Favourite Colours
The Mavericks – What a Crying Shame
Glen Campbell – Times like these
Neil Young – Field of Opportunity
Dwight Yoakam – Ain’t that lonely yet Featured Artist
Billy Swan – Don’t be Cruel
Oh, Susanna – Back Dirt Road
Dwight Yoakam – Somewhere Featured Artist
The New Riders of the Purple Sage – You should’ve seen me running
Old Crow Medicine Show – Wagonwheel
Rodney Crowell -Leaving Louisianna in the Daylight
Ry Cooder – Denomination Blues
Ryan Adams – Wonderwall
Shania Twain – Love gets me every time
Dwight Yoakam – Suspicious Minds Featured Artist
Son Volt – Back into Your World
Solomon Burke – Atta way to Go
Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart – I don’t Wanna have to Run
Steve Forbert – Hope, Faith and Love
Suzy Boguss – Other Side of the Hill
Warren Smith – Black Jack David
Dwight Yoakam – A Thousand Miles from Nowhere


This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 18 January 2019 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 19 January at 11.00am.

Simply Country 18/01/2019 Playlist

Chris Young – Forgiveness Featured Artist
John Foggerty – Southern Streamline
Charlie Pride – Roll on Mississippi
The Louvin Brothers – Lord, I’m coming home
Zac Brown Band – Knee Deep
America Sister – Golden Hair
Bob Dylan – I’ll be your baby tonight
Chris Stapleton – Parachute
Patsy Cline – Crazy
Leon Russell – Role the Stone Away
Asleep at the Wheel – Cherokee Maiden
Chris Young – Raised on country Featured Artist
Ryan Adams – Jacksonville
Poco – Call it Love
John Denver – Take Me Home Country Road
Chris Young – Voices Featured Artist
Linda Ronstadt – I fall to Pieces
BR549 – No train to Memphis
Chris Young – Aw Naw Featured Artist
Zac Brown Band – Mango Tree
Dolly Parton – Wings of a Dove
Merle Haggard – Silver Wings
The Eagles – Take it Easy
Jackson Brown – The Pretender
Emmylou Harris – Together Again
Blackberry Smoke – Let it Burn
Reckless Kelly – I never liked St Valentine
The Cranberries – Dreamin my Dreams
Dave Edmunds – Home in my Hand
Chris Young – Tomorrow Featured Artist
Pentatonix & Dolly Parton – Jolene
Justin Townes Earle – Harlem River Blues
Townes Van Zant – If I needed You
Steve Earle – Nowhere Road
Flying Burritto Brothers – Wild Horses
Chris Young – The man I want to be Featured Artist

This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 11 January 2019 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 12 January at 11.00am.

Simply Country 11/01/2019 Playlist

This week’s Featured Artist is Scottish singer-songwriter Dean Owens 

Dean Owens – Raining in Glasgow Featured Artist (pictured below)

Bill Munro & His Bluegrass Boys – I’ll meet you in church on Sunday
Lyle Lovatt – Here I am
Lone Justice – This world is not my home
Johnny Cash – One
Eric Clapton – Alberta
Dean Owens – Evergreen Featured Artist
Steve Earle – Nowhere Road
Leonard Cohen – Tennessee Waltz
Jamie Lawson – Someone for Everyone
Miranda Lambert & Carrie – Underwood Something Bad
Eric Church – Holdin my Own
Dean Owens – The Last Song Featured Artist
Steve Wariner – Holes in the Floor of Heaven
Ralph Stanley & Ricky Skaggs – Shouting on the hills of glory
Billy Jo Shaver – Played the game too long
Buddy Millar – This old World
The Arlenes – Baby Brother
Dean Owens – Elvis was my brother Featured Artist
Suzy Bogus – Cold day in July
Don McLean – Crazy
Dean Owens – Southern Wind Featured Artist
Tift Merritt – I know what I’m looking for now
The Deslondes – Louise
The Mavericks – Here comes my Baby
Eric Clapton – Running on Faith
Garth Brooks – If tomorrow never comes
Bob Segar – Turn the Page
Dean Owens – Up on the Hill Featured Artist


This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 14 December 2018 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 15 December at 11.00am.

Simply Country 14/12/2018 Playlist

This week’s Featured Artist is Texan Cody Jinks.

Cody Jinks – Heavy Load Featured Artist
Neil Young – Comes a Time
Alison Krauss – A Living Prayer
Lindisfarne – Together Forever
Lone Justice – Don’t Toss us Away
Charlie Pride  – All I have to offer you
Porter Wagoner – A satisfied mind
Kris Kristopherson – Why Me
Cody Jinks – Wish you were here  – Featured Artist
Ronnie Mislap – There’s no getting over me
Brad Paisley/Dolly Parton – When I get where I’m going
Cody Jinks Church at Gaylor Creek Featured Artist
Michael Nesmith – Some of Shelley’s Blues
Ry Cooder – Jesus on the Mainline
Alan Jackson – She’s got Rhythm
Vince Gill  – Go rest high on that mountain
Buck Owens – My heart skips a beat
Dierks Bentley – I hold on
Cody Jinks – Hand me Down Featured Artist
Bob Wills Texas Playboys – Trouble in Mind
Dwight Yoakam – A long way Home
Dixie Chicks – There’s your Trouble
Don Henley A younger man
Cody Jinks – I’m not the Devil Featured Artist
Hal Ketchum – Walk Away
Emmylou Harris  – Thanks to You
Mac Powell – I’ve always loved you
Mary Chapin Carpenter – Keeping the Faith
Martina McBride – The time has come
Cody Jinks – No Guarantees Featured Artist


This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 30 November, St Andrew’s Day 2018 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 1 December at 11.00am.  Please note that Catch Up anytime is not available at the moment.

This week’s Featured Artist is Luke Bryan.

Thomas Luther “Luke” Bryan is 42 years of age and is a Country Music singer and songwriter. He began his music career writing songs for Travis Tritt and Billy Currington, before signing with Capitol Records in Nashville with his cousin, Chad Boyd in 2007.  In 2013, Luke received the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Country Music Association Award “Entertainer of the Year” and has sold over seven million albums and 27 million singles worldwide.

Luke Bryan – Harvest Time Featured Artist
Elvis Costello – Good Year for the Roses
Doug Seegers – Down to the River
Lady Antebellum – Downtown
Hal Ketchum – Swing Low
Carrie Underwood – Jesus Take The Wheel
Luke Bryan – Country Man Featured Artist
Bert Jansch – Texas Cowboy Blues
Lone Justice – Soup Soap & Salvation
Jimmy Buffett – Ballad of Spider John
Amazing Rhythm Aces – Life’s Railway to Heaven
George Strait – All my exes live in Texas
Luke Bryan – Welcome to the Farm Featured Artist
The Blues Brothers – Rawhide
Tift Merritt – I know him too
Luke Bryan – We rode in trucks Featured Artist
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama
Don Henley, Mick Jagger – Bramble Rose
The O’Kanes – Gonna walk that line
The Mavericks – There goes my Heart
The Gourds – Best of Me
Suzy Boguss – In the Day
Steve Earle & Stacey Earle – When I fall
LeAnn Rimes – Somethings gotta give
Luke Bryan – In love with the girl Featured Artist
Johnny Cash – I’ve been everywhere
Eddie Rabbitt – Driving my life away
Mac Powell – 90 to nothing
Jesse Rogers – Riding down the canyon
George Jones – Good year for the roses
Luke Bryan – What country is Featured Artist


This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 23 November 2018 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 24 November at 11.00am.  Please note that Catch Up anytime is not available at the moment.

Featured Artist – Lucinda Williams
Lucinda Williams – Passionate Kisses Featured artist
Alan Jackson – Chattahoochee
Alabama – Roll On
Amazing Rhythm Aces – Third Rate Romance
Dwight Yoakam – Long White Cadillac
The Byrds – You aint going nowhere
Lucinda Williams – Am I too Blue Featured artist – picture
The Charlie Daniels Band – The Devil went down to Georgia
Willie Nelson – Georgia On My Mind
The Gourds – Turn My Head Around
BR549 – I Ain’t Never
Fairport Convention – Crazy man Michale
Sandy Denny – Life An Old Fashioned Watlz
LeeAnn Rimes – Can’t fight the moonlight
Lucinda Williams – Pancakes Featured artist
Emmylou Harris Crescent City
Lucinda Williams – Can’t let go Featured artist
Alison Kraus & Union Station – Two Highways
Eric Wisebeck & Steven Mandell – Duelling banjos
The Judds Live – Can Build a Bridge
Lonestar – My Front Porch Looking In
Buddy Miller & Steve Earle – Poison Love
Robert Plant & Alison Kraus – Gone Gone Gone
Lucinda Williams – Reason to Cry Featured artist
Bob Dylan & The Band – Forever Young
Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris – This is Us
Connie Smith – Once a day
Uncle Tupelo – No depression
The Arlenes – Smallville 336
Hayseek Dixie – Will The Circle be Unbroken
Lucinda Williams – Concrete & Barbed Wire Featured artist


This is the playlist for the Simply Country programme on Friday 16 November 2018 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 17 November at 11.00am.  Please note that Catch Up anytime is not available at the moment.

This week’s Featured Artist is Chris Stapleton who plays Glasgow SSE Hydro on 3 March 2019.  

Chris Stapleton – Tennessee Whiskey Featured Artist
Bob Wills – Sunbonnet Sue
Johnny – Cash Hurt
Dwight Yoakam – I Got You
Kieran Kane – He Never Knew What Hit Him
Chris Knight – Summer of 75
Dolly Parton – Halos and Horns
Hal Ketchum – Sure Love
Chris Stapleton – Traveller Featured Artist (pictured)
The Amazing Rhythm Aces – Life’s Railway to Heaven
Arlo Guthrie – Last Train
Lucinda Williams – Blue
Chris Stapleton – Broken Halos Featured Artist
Darryl Worley Awful Beautiful Life
The Desert Rose Band – One Step Forward
Bill Munro – Blue Moon of Kentucky
Chris Stapleton – Millionaire Featured Artist
Del McCoury & The Dixie Pals – High on a Mountain
Emmylou Harris – Rose of Cimarron
Crooked Still – Can’t you hear me calling
Maria McKee – Only Once
Steve Earle – Guitar Town
Gram Parsons – In my hour of darkness
Chris Stapleton – Scarecrow in the Garden Featured Artist
Buddy & Julie Millar – The River’s Gonna Run
Mary Chapin Carpenter – He thinks he’ll keep Her
Tom Waits – Ol’ 55
Kathleen Edwards – In State
Tift Merritt – I know him too
Dwight Yoakam – Takes a lot to rock you
Chris Stapleton – Parachute Featured Artist