Morning Cup ReCap

Not assuming the Horse had a name…

September 10, 2018

Monday Morning ReCap

Not to assume the Horse had a name to begin with…

Good Morning! This is Jeri James , with Red Dirt Roots Radio , and I do thank you for tuning in to the Little Station that could. We are  broadcasting out of the beautiful and great Northwest, compliments of The James Family and friends of this station! 

We are playing Real Texas Country, Red Dirt with Roots running deep in the heart of the Long Horn state and beyond. It is Monday and I hope you got your coffee on to help you get rid of your “Tall City Blues” as Flatland Calvary would sing it ; and they don’t care if your collar is white or blue!  These Humble folks are still draining glasses and making toasts and we are too, at least with Coffee on a rainy Monday,  right here in Oregon. 

 I’ve got the Morning Cup ReCap and I’ve got the Low Down on some of the best music around!

You may have heard of the gritty  Atlanta Quintet band Blackberry smoke singing songs like ‘Sunrise in Texas ‘here on this station and as the sounds resonate, you wonder  what exactly it would it take  to get yourself a well established band and vocals. Try “thousands of miles abroad America’s highways, and “Always being on the move.” 

If you purchase any number of black berry Albums , you may be curious about how  they create and gather some their authentic,  original tunes . Let’s dig a little deeper into their thinking process. According to stated in their bio, a couple of these well seasoned writers collaborated together and found common enough ground to agree saying “We both led wild lives throughout our 20s and some of our 30s, doing similar types of bad things; And we laugh about it now. And we were talking about writing a song about that idea: Who he is now and what he might have learned – and maybe what he didn’t. The yin and the yang of the young and old man they say. If I’m not mistaken these are the guys that play like a 150 shows per year and have been over the road for a good 20 years. Any 2018 production from this name would be wise to add to your collection and a good place to start, if you haven’t already stocked your Black Berry Smoke collection. If you’re behind on great artists like these, I’ll bring you up to speed! So have no worry, fear or tear because these guys- show no signs of stopping!

From the Oldy wardrobe ; I shake the dust off a 1972 classic rock production Horse With no name. I was rummaging through the Archives like usual and I came across a clip of AJ,  singing accapella on this old Desert tune. 

Here is  what I want to know from you…Do you ever wonder about the story behind a song? Some things just get stuck in my head from when I was little. It’s easy to completely forget an event, a person , or a thought but when prompted with an old tune, memories will come flooding back in. Mine took place in the back of an ugly, V8 station wagon from the 80’s where my Dad played KLSY continuously as I looked out the window and counted Telephone poles on the way down to the Capital Restaurant . 

This all took place in small town up north called Shelton, blink and you’ll miss it. At this little cafe, wouldn’t you know he liked to drink enormous amounts of coffee and fill notebooks with his writing. For  at least 7 straight years, I  heard songs  and thoughts that would whirl around my imagination and perhaps that’s why I love Radio today. In my mind I didn’t need a tune to  bear much fact; as long as it left me with a colorful picture to ponder . 

Besides the fact that in the desert you can’t remember your name, could you ever forget a melody like La , la , la la  , la , la , la, la, la, la. Not me, and that’s the hook on  these Airforce brats originating out of the Uk , yet named America.  

When it’s heads or “tales” on a band; be sure to stick to heads or you could end up on the back side of  assuming! You know what that does to you and me and a Kansas City radio station  banned this particular tune assuming  Horse with No Name was making reference to Heroin or drug Use. The guys defended themselves on saying “It just felt good to escape the every day life in the city.” 

Loving nature for them brought up the familiar thought of the desert life. “

And there you have it. This has been another edition of the Morning Cup ReCap and I thank you for tuning in toThe Little Station That Could. 

I want to remind you, tomorrow you have a meeting to attend if you’re listening to this station! Yep, that’s right, we go to meetings around here and one of the ways we deal with our negativity is by letting it go with Music!!! On Tuesday mornings, we listen  to sad, sad, tunes on the Dirt Hurt Show. Beginning at 5 am; you can get all your crying and belly aching out with classic  wailing tunes from Hank, Willy, and Cash and everything up to Modern 2018 Country…that’s real Country music therapy , happening tomorrow on the Morning Cup, Dirt Hurt Tuesday with me JJ!

Be sure to tune in and share us if you like! 

Thank you, And have a great day!


(Jeri James, Morning Cup and Red Dirt Host and Owner)

Red Dirt Raw Band Talk : Bad Habits can take the band down

Friday, August 31, 2018

Hi there, Jeri James with Red Dirt Raw Band Talk and today’s Recap of the Morning Cup. 

How does the snooze button work for or against you? To me it’s like a high interest charge card, a disadvantage! 

We played some great tunes from the start of the show like ‘Honey Pain by Koe Wetzel: East Texas Rock and Roll stule music, as well as songs like Moon and Back by the Read Southell Band. 

We heard from a band called Southern Sky and I was not able to find much information in terms of back ground on the band ; so I was thinking they may not be well established or at least not yet. However,  Guys like these just need to stick with it because they’re too good not to! Or as Dirt Hurt Stephen says “Grind it Out!”

They got something-  but they have to stay in the loop, and keep on keeping’ on! 

 It can be tough to keep a band together. Especially when you mix talent and bad habits. Those habits really can take a band down , no matter how talented!  Creating a standard as a band could be the saving grace of the musical name and game! 

Red Dirt Raw Band Talk says don’t be afraid to draw the line! Create a standard! Boundaries are not to be despised and you’re no stick in the mud! Artist AaronWatson created a standard : No drinking on the tour bus! Another standard he created according to Lonestar Music Magazine is to put family first! He says “I only have 18 years with these kids and I can play all the shows I need to when they’re moved out but until then,  he will be keeping mama and the babies first in line ; while playing 150 shows per year, working his band members part time and paying them full time wages! Heres a man to pattern after! Wow!  Impressive ; yet is it any surprise that a giving guy like Aaron not only beat the Indie music oppression with his latest Wild Horses , now playing in the Main stream??? Wait ago Aaron! 

Talking about Marines and their Attention to Detail; Do they have to be in the band or a singer , songwriter to give or offer advice? Well, not exactly! Nor  do they have to carry a tune in a bucket but their attention to detail could really benefit you!!! 

Be willing to take advice from the people in your life that really care about your career as a musician. Use that criticism constructively! 

You  say , “Well  isn’t that what management and a label are  for ?”  Well sure, but a label will not even give the time of day if the basic music 101 practices are not in place. So you can start doing the work yourself or continue on your own all along til the end of the line,  if your prefer but you have to work hard and pay close attention to the cracks and crevices that could later sink your career. So I urge you; raise the standard today and you’ll run face first into success. 

Due Reverence and Patriotic Corner;

A new artist to the station and welcome aboard Mr. Cody Sparks, with your gorgeous new tune 13 folds.  I so appreciate your contribution of heart and soul on your sleeve for those who serve including my own daughter in the the Marine Corp; as well as my hubby.  Could I dare forget to say, Semper Fi? Never and thank you no matter what branch if you served or are serving!

We love  a little Trace Atkins because of so many of his tribute tunes. Mr. Atkins is a commercial artist and we are independent; is this a mistake? Nope! Yes it  is true that we try to focus on the young indie bands and musicians but when I play commercial tunes; Trace  will always have a place on my list any day. 

Hey good Lookin’ Recipes? 

Leave your dinner idea or dessert for tonight in the comments! 

Have a good one and be safe this Labor Day!!! 

Jeri James 

(JJ) Red Dirt Host, Owner, Operator 

My personal experience as an Artist

Hi there . My name is Jeri James and I am the Morning cup host and dj for the webcast I have another edition of the Morning Cup Re-Cap to report to you and I thank you for clicking on this post.

First of all , I want to be transparent with you. I am not a news source. I am just a songwriter, singer, mother and housewife that has a passion for the art of music and with the backing and permission of a few, I am able to host this webcast. Anything I say can and will be held against me because of the nature of the generation in which we live. So I feel it necessary to say, my opinions are mine and if I make reference, I will do the best in my ability to site my source. Ultimately, I talk about the things that interest me in  music , in the music industry and in the musicians.

This morning was really interesting to me because I got to talk a little about what its like to step out on a new project not knowing number one what I was getting myself into. Number 2 how much it was going to cost total and number 3  how to trouble shoot the issues I was facing without stalling the progress of the Album release.

When I began building my first album in 2009 I had no idea that it was going to cost our family in excess of about 10,000. The list of expenses was insane and we really couldn’t afford to do what we were doing but we managed to scrimp and save and get the project done with resources that came to us over a 5 year period.

I also had no idea that I was biting off more than I could chew when I crammed 17 songs into one album. Looking back now, I feel like I completely hyper extended myself and my family like an armpit out of joint! Ouch. If I build another album, next go round, I will only have a max of 12 songs on that disc.

Troubleshooting. It seems like the story of my life. If you put me in a pitch black room with articles of clothing, I would naturally step into the light afterwards wearing everything backwards and upside down. And why is that when I drop my buttere toast on the kitchen floor it has to land on the buttered side? I cannot tell you but that is my only certificate from the school of hard knocks, where I learn wisdom  from failing the first go round. People always say, “Smarter , not harder” and I look at them sort of funny because I don’t always know what that means and when in doubt hiring it out was not , is not and will not always be option so I guess I’ll have to stick with slowing down and asking questions as well as continuing to make mistakes along the way. Theres many different ways to cook an egg as there are ways to build an album, so maybe that is why many folks start with just one song at a time. I can recommend that now!

I believe its’ called an Ep and I believe that’s also a wrap withe recap. As Always, thanks for tuning in and y’all have a good one!!!

I have a few albums left if you’re interested…here’s the link.

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In 2014 I celebrated my album debut here in Cottage Grove on 6th street at the Brew Station ; great place by the way and so much respect to the Folks and friends running that business ; Dale , Ernie, Emily just to name a few of their hard workers.. They provided a platform for sharing my Independent album called Pardon my Passion which many of you have purchased copies and thank you so much for your support to our family and endeavors musically.
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Honor where Honor is Due!

Hey there , this is Jeri James with Red Dirt Roots Radio, and I have for you the Morning Cup Re-Cap. Here on this station, we play the best of Texas Country, folk rock, Americana, and roots music  also known as Red Dirt.

It’s no ordinary day in the studio. In fact Friday Feeling always deserves a hashtag parked in front of it. So How about a run down of topics we’ve been discussing here on the show  throughout the week.

Back to  Monday , we beat the Meloncholy Long face with a Texas sized  Charlie Horse and let me tell ya, that’ll wake you up in the Morning ; Faces splashed, and revived in no time by a band called Comanche Moon. This group is from Amarillo Texas and let me tell you they took us  Back to the Country picking wild onions and chomping on rabbit Stew with all senses ignited while listening to their latest music from their 2018 album release which you can find on if you like tunes that tell a story alongside a catchy melody, you can find more great music at

On Tuesday we kicked back on a therapeutic Red Couch and bled the wound with sad , sad tunes , a little melodic therapy ; including a song by one of our very own , veteran here in the Grove by the Name of Shawn David.  Shawn Ooh rah and Semper Fi to you, thank you for serving our country ! Our hometown Cottage Grove is blessed to have you as a member of our community   Shawn’s new and latest tune mourns the blues and the bittersweet of loved and lost and he’s one to follow as he develops and progresses musically. You can hear him perform on November 30th and The 1st at Bugsy’s with the Band Most Wanted.  Stay in the loop and here at the station , we’ll do our best to keep you posted on this Country , Red Dirt Artist indeed.

Not only is it my honor and privilege to report to to you a local musical hero but I want to also shout out another local gentleman here in Cottage Grove by the name of Paul Tocco who honors active duty and Veterens in his great restaurant. Many of you may be familiar and even regular customers on Main Street Buster’s cafe. Paul asked me recently to bring in a picture of my daughter who is serving in the United States Marine Corp. when I went down to drop off the 8×10 I took a moment to peek at his collection of photos; all men and women who have served  and are serving  currently. Not only is the food at this place fantastic but I also was impressed to find out that  Veterans and Active Duty Service-members get 20% off their meals on Tuesday, Wed and Thursday  and the 11 The of the month , their meals are absolutely free. That’s right on the 11th of any given month active duty as well as any Veterans eat at Buster’s  cafe free , compliments of Paul Tocco, Buster’s Cafe right here in Cottage Grove Oregon . Thank you Paul for honoring our heroes.

Artist Spotlight: Smoke Wagon



Hey there , this is JJ with Red Dirt Roots Radio and I have for you the Morning Cup Re-Cap.

Please sit tight while I roll in the almighty artist spotlight on none other than a band called Smoke Wagon.Smoke Wagon

This morning I found my feet just a tapping, I my heart thumping, adrenaline pumping when Smoke Wagon rocked the station with their smokin’ song Betty Fade !

I’ll tell you what, we are always impressed with the progression of artists that press into the honing process of their work, holding their songs to the highest standard ; burning up the dross or otherwise , anything that would stand in the way of shining a 1000 killowatts of their greatest potential.

If you’re a Diamond Rio fan I could guess that you’ll like Smoke Wagon and did you know this band formed on Craisg’s List in Texas?  You know, sometimes trying something new when the same old fails is the way to go. Who would have thought these talented vocalists and guitarists would meet in a common place advertising forum such as Craig’s List. You just never know what you’re gonna get like Gump said and I also bet they had no idea they were going to be blessed with a smoking hot fiddle player like Deborah.

She just walked right up after a show and with the confidence of a classical violin background offered these guys an extra player. They took her up on it and speaking of up on it, she’s energetic and nimble and if the coast clear and she’ll stand up on the counter tops! She’ll play it from the rooftops the hedges, the highways and byways for this awesome band.

According to their Biography on

“Smoke Wagon is now a band dedicated to delivering edgy, but polished Texas/Red Dirt Country.  Smoke Wagon produces an energetic sound all their own with incredible vocals, captivating lyrics and hard hitting guitar riffs, all accompanied by a red hot fiddle.

Smoke Wagon’s music is produced by Michael Morales and Mixed by Ron Morales, both multi-Grammy Award winners at Studio M in San Antonio Texas.”

So, they are not done folks!

I hope they tour the West Coast because I’ll be first in line to purchase smoke wagon Tickets.IMG_7265

Jeri James with The Artist Spotlight, Here on The Morning Cup. Red Dirt Roots Radio, playing Music  with Roots Deep in the Red Dirt and with that, Y’all have a good one!!!


Jeri James

Don’t Lose yourself along the way!

hey there, JJ with red dirt roots radio.

Bleed the wound with sad sad tunes on a dirt hurt Tuesday , here on the station.

I have for you the morning cup re cap.

There must be a place for old worn out cowboys , a tune sang by Ward Davis and sure there is right here on this segment. Mourn the blues and find resolve through melodic Therapy!

We visited the topic of connectedness a second day in a row,  for the simple reason that we learn sometimes from the people we look up to and we are  looking up lately to a fellow singer, songwriter and friend of the station Blake Reid . He challenged the emerging , developing artist to stay connected with your music.

It is easy to conform you know, follow trends or winds of change but not always wise! You can lose yourself in the process and later when you do sit down to bear your own soul on a few chords and the truth, you won’t know what to say because you don’t know who you are anymore. So try not to get lost along the way.

And if you do, go back to what built you first Like Miranda Sings in House that built me.

We featured a brand new local red dirt, country artist by the name of Shawn lowheed.

Welcome aboard my friend and Semper Fi, Thank you for your service to our country and congratulations on the progression of your musical pursuits. And glad to have you aboard Shawn, great music by the way.

We also listened to a brand new song by Red Shahan called Culberson county. He’s got some very nice products for sale on his merchandise page at I particularly liked the hats and cuuzi’s. I shared one from our facebook page @grittyredguitar and while they would make great gifts I’ll tell you I’d have a hard time not being a greedy monkey with merchandise like that.

Well, another Dirt Hurt segment gone by and

Such is life; according to wade Bowen we’re all at the mercy of a butter knife on a plate with death , dying, and deviled eggs.Nice song Wade Bowen.

That’s a wrap for the reCap.

This is Jeri James with Red Dirt Roots Radio , Can I get a copy?

Stay Connected

Hey there this JJ with Red Dirt Roots Radio I have for you the Morning cup Re Cap ; thats a run down summary of the Live show today, in case you missed it have no fear or tear. I’ll fill you in.

We heard from bands like Blackberry Smoke with ‘Sunrise in Texas’ again and he says “theres a world going on outside the world that he’s in.”

I believe it! The  Texas music scene is one to follow !

Folks with that Lone Star Tough flavor we all need to sort of leather up in life you know. A good Charlie horse will wake you up in the morning playing music with some grit and a tough spirit to help motivate your day and maybe your life altogether.

Yes it’s Monday, and Meloncholy could be  you to go  with a  long face! It’s hard to splash water on that when your smile feels like it’s in a cast. I know , the weekend is just that; Short lived but it’s all how we see things and if we can adjust our perspective!

I notice Jon says I’ll love you to the moon and stars and back. I like it that he included the stars in that line vs just the Moon and back; the stars were allowed to be a part of his scenario for the hat and heart to hang upon.  What a great tune and he’s doing quite well independently speaking with too many downloads to count on websites like Spotify! Way to go Jon!


I was listening to going back to the country by Camanche Moon and they take you there with your senses ignited to everything from picking wild onions to chomping down on Rabbit Stew! Such a great Jam and and gem!

Speaking of country gems, we visited the Blake Reid topic which we’ve been sort of camped on lately with his last interview. He gave so much for us to pick from but the topic of connectedness is really a goal I would say.  From and to  the emerging and developing artist!

His advice was to stay connected with your music. He really sets a standard in wearing many of the hats in production as a singer, songwriter, guitarist, performer, etc. You know, covering all the bases as a hard working musician, not to mention a life outside of the show biz, which many of us have!

Either way folks , i want to remind you to  file your paperwork you know with performing rights organizations and the pros such as Ascap, Bmi, Sesac, Sound Exchange and stay on your follow up !  if you’re streaming all over the web. That is your content and you should be compensated for your work!  So be sure to check into it and stay on it!

With that, y’all have a good one and Cheer up; Monday’s are musical and we will survive together with that thought!!!


Jeri James

I choose Texas Rock, I choose Southern

Hey there , JJ with Red Dirt roots radio. I have for you the Morning Cup Re-Cap! First of all I want to thank you for taking the time to stop and take a peek at my post.

Red Dirt Roots Radio is no ordinary online station ! Let me tell you, we’ve got the latest and greatest from the Lonestar state, Oklahoma Red Dirt and beyond.

Today is Friday, you can park a hashtag in front of Friday Feeling because I’ve got the scoop on Southern Rock or Texas Rock if you will.

Two top bands I want to tell you about today.

The first is Whiskey Meyers; if you are a fan than the bell rings quickly when I say,


Ballad or a Southern Man

or the beautiful Dirt Hurt

Broken Window Serenade

The other band is Blackberry Smoke.

When I say …

Sunrise in Texas

Prayer for the Little Man


One horse Town

if you’re a true Blackberry Fan, you slapped your knee and shook your head as a sign of confirmation.

Head on over to

Head on over

Also drop by on facebook and tell them you head their tunes spinning on Red Dirt Roots Radio with JJ if indeed ya did!!!

I also want to remind you to like, share, and follow the link, if indeed ya do with your loved ones, near and dear, next of kin; we are the little station that could and we can because of folks like you. Winning the nation back, 1 soul at a time, Country style.

Have a good one.


Happy Friday,

Sincerely ,

Jeri James

Christmas every day at the Studio

Hey there, JJ with red dirt roots radio. I have for YOU the Morning Cup Re -Cap . A little off subject yet right on key. That’s because the music around these parts contains real country.

Honestly such a privilege and honor to be along this musical journey with so many tremendous artists and writers. Could you handle Christmas everyday? Maybe not if you were footing the bill. But then again to see the joy on everyones faces and the joy of the holiday, it might all be worth it. Either way, thats what it’s like opening my mail. I get to experience Real country, Real tangible physical, copies of beautiful words in motion and melodies the heart will hever forget…

….rest of the story in the video above and even more in the music player. Hit play on great artists today at
-Jeri James
Your RDRR host

Nothing like being MisUnderstood

past tense: misunderstood; past participle: misunderstood
  1. fail to interpret or understand (something) correctly.
    “he had misunderstood the policeman’s hand signals”
    synonyms: misapprehendmisinterpretmisconstruemisconceivemistakemisreadMore

    • fail to interpret or understand the words or actions of (someone) correctly.

      “don’t misunderstand me—I’m not implying she should be working”

      (I’m not) I’m playing.


      Hey there! JJ with red dirt roots radio and I have for you the Morning Cup Re-Cap in case you missed the Live music talk commentary on today’s show.

      That’s right, broadcasting Live out of the Great Northwest, the teeny tiny town of cottage grove and  5 days a week from -5-8 am Pacific where we’re talking everything under the sun and then some just for fun. Yeah, we are a webcast that plays great Country Roots music straight from the heart of Texas, Oklahoma and beyond but we are no ordinary link you see. We offer 15 hours of Live DJ hosting per week. So while your scrolling around the web, you can find out about the latest and greatest in the Red Dirt Loop.

      Today’s topic is a little  Red Dirt Raw Band Talk so if you’re a fellow artist with goals, you might want to get your scribble pad out for notes. Let me tell you, some of the best education we can get as artists is hands on but also from those who are in it with us. There is nothing like being misunderstood or not being able to express some of the bottled up feeling or passion inside of us. Some parents may say to their kiddos, use your words when little Jr. is throwing a fit of inaudible sounds on the floor.  God forbid that happen to a musician but many a time it does as we try to reach, stretch and hone into the heart of our craft, we don’t exactly know how to uncover the hidden talent inside.

      Today folks, I want to tell you about a singer Songwriter by the name of

      Tyler Childers. When I first heard Tyler , I can honestly tell you what stood out the most to me was the grit in his vocals  and the energy in his performance. He seems to put every bit of heart beat and soul available into every line and lyric he belts out for you and me.

      I watched an interview from the Blues Kitchen on You Tube and Childers talked about 2 failed albums. He says something just seemed to always be missing. Third time and attempt for him however proved to be a charm and what with artist Sturgil Simpson there to produce him , is it any surprise that he ran head long into success. In fact you can find his latest and greatest tracks and work on where you’ll also find the schedule of concerts , shows and websites for merch and hard copies.

      Fellow singer songwriter, Sturgill Simpson an artist we play also on Red Dirt Roots radio ended up being a key player in the success of Childers Purgatory album.

      quoted from his biography on“I was writing an album about being in the mountains,” Childers said. “I wanted it to have that gritty mountain sound. But at the same time, I wanted a more modern version of it that a younger generation can listen to—the people I grew up with, something I’d want to listen to.”

      Sturgil helped Tyler to locate the pulse of his artwork , intention and potential.

      Tyler Childers, singer songwriter in the Spotlight today for the morning cup Re-Cap . My name is Jeri James. Please don’t forget to like share and follow this post if indeed you do…and with that, Y’all have a good one!!!

“Watched a Grown Man Cry”

The wounds and woes

The sadness and sorrow

The loss and lowdown

It’s all right here on

a Dirt Hurt Tuesday

Bleed the wound with sad sad tunes

and behind the scenes, tugging on your heart strings building a list that’ll

leave you reaching and reeling  for your hanky.

What good ; really -does it do to hold on to it all anyway ? It’s the bad and ugly in life and Melancholy doesn’t always wait for Monday. Dirt Hurt Tuesday says Misery Loves Company so pull up a chair and mourn the blues with some…Melodic Therapy. These are the lives and life stories , the characters behind the music ; the creative outflow of men and women no different from you and me. You can paint up your life with powder and smoke, sparkles and fancy lights  but the truth will sometimes bleed through no matter what you do or the methods you use to conceal your  sadness.

I like the way Jamey describes some of the purpose in dirt hurt tunes and songs in general from a writer’s perspective. and I quote

“I remember how it blew my mind

When I played a song and watched a grown man cry

It was at that moment when I just knew

What I was born to do

You know most songwriters they don’t ever get any fame

Most people don’t even recognize their names

But chances are, you probably sang along

To  Harlen Howard, Bob McDill

Whitey Shafer, or my friend Whispering Bill

All the times they ever gave me chills

That’s why I write songs

…and Don’t forget Hank Cochran”


Well said Jamey Johnson and it’s true the beat really does  satisfy the soul. Where would we be without reflective tunes like these. This morning we said goodbye to 6th street with Wade Bowen, We mourned

Miranda’s Tin Man and a Showman’s Life aint always what it seems with

Buddy Miller. They forgot to tell us about the lonely times in store  but thankfully music is your friend and in todays day and age of technology right at your fingertips and within ears reach.  And that’s a wrap for the Re-Cap with me JJ. My name is Jeri James and you can hear my live, music , talk commentary,  5 days a week right here on  That’s 5-8am pacific, broadcasting out of the

teeny tiny town of Cottage Grove from the beautiful and Great North

West, here in Oregon- we are the little station that could. We

can , we will and we are because of folks like you. Be sure to follow us on  @grittyredguitar as well as @reddirtrootstx . And with that, y’all have a good one!


Jeri James