My KUTX: The Weary Boys

My KUTX

My KUTX: The Weary Boys

Posted by on Nov 12, 2015

The Weary Boys started in Austin in 2000, mixing bluegrass and country and playing both originals and plenty of covers. The band was a common sight around town and toured ceaselessly across the country, so much so that it burned them out. The Weary Boys hung up its collective boots in 2007, but the group is reuniting for a pair of shows at the Continental Club on November 20 and 21. Mario Matteoli and Darren Hoff–both singers and guitarists in the band–are the guest DJs this week on My KUTX, spinning songs that inspired the band and telling tales from the road (their story about meeting Dr. Ralph Stanley is incredible). Listen below the playlist.

–Art Levy

The Weary Boys playlist:

[intro music: The Weary Boys – “Sweet Blue Eyed Darlin'”]

1. Willie Nelson – “Shotgun Willie”

2. David Grisman & Jerry Garcia – “Whiskey In The Jar”

3. Neil Young – “Harvest”

4. The New Kentucky Colonels – “Why You Been Gone So Long” (Live)

5. Bob Dylan – “Freight Train Blues”

6. Hank Williams – “Weary Blues From Waitin’”

7. The Stanley Brothers – “Mother’s Not Dead”

8. Merle Haggard – “California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4)”

9. Scott H. Biram – “Truck Driver”

10. The Red Stick Ramblers – “Valse De Balfa”

11. Hacienda Brothers – “Cry Like A Baby”

12. Southern Culture On The Skids – “Mojo Box”

13. Steve Earle & the Del McCoury Band – “Texas Eagle”

14. Black Joe Lewis – “Skulldiggin”

[outro music: The Weary Boys – “Clinch Mountain Backstep”]