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The Red River Surfers

by The Red River Surfers

Ten songs written and produced by RD Foster and one song, “Surfin’ The Red” written by Mike Sanchez. RD Foster's original Honky Tonk music at its finest, 60s' music retro sound, with the main focus on guitars and drums. Rock n' Roll & Country.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'm a Texas Boy
3:06 $1.99
2. Blues Out'a Dallas
5:04 $1.99
3. Midnight Rock-It Man
3:50 $1.99
4. Somebody Stop the World
4:28 $1.99
5. Just One More Chance
3:23 $1.99
6. My Life's Become a Gary Stewart Song
2:37 $1.99
7. The Dance of Life
3:19 $1.99
8. Take a Stand
3:43 $1.99
9. Time Don't Mean Nothing to Me
4:00 $1.99
10. Surfin' the Red
2:04 $1.99
11. Rock-It Man Instrumental
3:55 $1.99
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Album Notes
In his novel, The Honky Tonk Life, author/songwriter RD Foster tells the story of a little band from Texas called “The Red River Surfers”. Set in the early 1960s, it was a time when Country Music, Rock-and-Roll, Folk and Blues could be heard on the same radio station within the same hour. In this, his third album, RD brings that fictional band to life in a new CD titled “The Red River Surfers”. Recorded at Red Dog Ranch Studio in Anna, Texas, by Trina Foster, sound engineer, ten songs written and produced by RD Foster and one song, “Surfin’ The Red” written by Mike Sanchez, reflect those days in music, but with an underlying true Texas Music feel.
RD Foster: “My early influences were people like Hank Williams, The Kingston Trio, Bob Dylan, the Beatles, Chuck Berry, the Beach Boys, Jimmy Reed and I wanted the music of the Red River Surfers to reflect the styles, mood, imagination and energy of those days.”
With the main focus on guitars and drums, the essence of 1960s Rock-and-Roll, the signature guitar licks of Mike “Sixstrings” Sanchez and Brent Rozell, with Russell Cunningham on drums, and bassists Randy Rogers, Billy King and Israel De La Rosa have done just that. The songs range from traditional C&W, “I’m a Texas Boy” and “The Dance of Life”, with a tribute to the greatest Honky Tonk singer/songwriter of them all in “My Life’s Become A Gary Stewart Song”, to a rocking “Midnight Rock-It Man”, to the bluesy “Blues Out’a Dallas” and “Time Don’t Mean Nothing to Me”, to the electric-folk sound of “Somebody Stop the World”, with Bob Perry on 12-string guitar.
“Take a Stand” is a rocking-country-folk song that gives a thoughtful patriotic musical reply to the flag protests in America. Country music Star, Hailey Sandoz adds that genuine Texas-fiddle sound, with John "Spoonmaster" Hardin on spoons. “Just One More Chance” is the moving story of a heart-broken dude on a Panhead Hog on the East Coast, riding fast and hard “… gotta be in Dallas by Friday night.”
Two guitar-heavy instrumentals bring back that California Surf Sound, in “Surfin’ The Red” and “Rock-It Man”. Additional backup vocals by Casey Baker, Kent Horn, Kim "Daisey" Winters, and Armon Ramirez. RD Foster sings lead vocals, plays harmonica, guitar, keyboard, bass, banjo and percussion.
“The Red River Surfers” music is available worldwide from CD Baby, YouTube Music, Yandex, Spotify, Slacker Radio, Pandora, Napster, iHeart Radio, Deezer, Google Music, Amazon Music, iTunes and all online digital downloads and streaming outlet sources. The next
album is in the works now.



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