Amarillo Highway

Hosted by:

Professor Purple


  • Country
  • Hillbilly

Hillbilly,, alterna-twang, no depression, left-wing country, hard core honky tonk. Call it what you will, you’ll find all kinds of hillbilly roots music on the Amarillo Highway, your rural route to hillbilly roots.

Stop by and visit with Professor Purple Tuesday mornings and you’ll hear of all kinds of North American twangy roots music. Edgy singer/songwriter, hillbilly, Texas tunes, old-timey country, Western swing, bluegrass, Cajun, Celtic, Hawaiian, string bands, Norteno, polkas, accordions, yodels, and who knows what else.

It’s music to put a smile on your feet, so roll back the rugs, crank up the volume, and tune into the Amarillo Highway.

Listen to most recent episode here.


  • Tuesday - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm


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    • Mike & Mary Suarez says:

      Just wanted to thank you for another wonderful morning of music! Be well and feel feisty! Mike & Mary Suarez

    • dc says:

      Come on big fella – take this guitar! Put on this wide belt and work shirt and tell it like it was!
      Check these guys out: proper twang from the high lonesome plains of des moines ia
      Thanks for the license plate frame – still rockin it

    • Lucas says:

      Hey I heard this song last Tuesday July 25th… I wasn’t able to catch the name but the lyrics went something like “lord lord I got them red river blues… ” the man then begins to yodel. I found a song online called red river blues but it’s definitely not the same. Can you guys help me out please? Love the song.

    • Mark says:

      Who is this playing silent night? I love the musical saw.

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