Lone Star Beer and Bob Wills Music :
A song written by Red Steagall & Glenn Sutton, was recorded in 1976 for the ABC Dot label, with the production of Glenn Sutton, and was released in February 1976. It will reach number 11 of the US country charts. The song was included on the album, Lonestar and bob wills music (ABC / Dot 1976).
In 2007 Red again recorded the song with duo Toby Keith, for the album, Here We Go Again (Wildcatter Records 2007). On this album, Red re-recorded several of his greatest hits, with the collaboration of friends such as: Reba McEntire, Charley Pride, Charley Daniels, Toby Keith..
The music of Red Steagall, is the perfect fusion, between the Western, Honky Tonk and Western Swing, and with its velvety voice, it manages to give it a special and unique feeling. Red is one of those responsible for making the music of Bob Wills known again.
Red Steagall was named the Official Cowboy Poet of Texas in April 1991. In April 2003, Steagall was inducted into the Hall of Great Westerners at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Also in January 2004, I received the Spirit of Texas Award and was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in Fort Worth.
In April 2005, I was inducted to the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame in Belton, Texas.
Red Steagall 1976 (ABC Dot Records)
Clay Blaker 1982 (Texas Music)
Gary P. Nunn 2005 (Icehouse MusicTexas)
Red Steagall & Toby Keith 2007 (Wildcatter Records 2007)
Red Steagall – Lone Star Beer And Bob Wills Music lyrics
My yellow rose of Texas packed up
And left this morning
I don’t know where she’s gone
And most of all, I don’t know why
I only know I’ve got the blues
I’ve never been this lonesome
It’s enough to make a man
Lay down and die
Lone star beer and Bob Wills music
When I hear faded love, I feel at home
Love star beer and Bob Wills music
Have kept my heart alive since you’ve been gone
Got a pocket full of quarters
To feed to that old juke box
Bob Wills music helps
To keep that woman off my mind
Bartender keep that lone star comin’
Long as I got money
Cause I plan on bein’ here ’til closin’ time