Two Hoots and a Holler

“For 20 years Rick Broussard’s Two Hoots and a Holler has epitomized the best aspects of Texas roots music, merging rockabilly with trad-country and adding enough punk abandon and songwriting flair to keep the whole thing from sounding retro-gimmicky or quaint.”
– Gilbert Garcia, San Antonio Current

Whether Rick Broussard plays his original music or songs by Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, The Clash, or The Who, he always keeps your party hoppin’ on the dance floor by picking from a wide range of fun and danceable tunes.

50 Miles Away
Angles Cry
Blue is the Night
Blue Texas Northern
Carry On
Dance Hall Swing
Done Gone Wrong
Ghost House
Good Used Heart
Hall of Pain
I Could Forgive You
Into the Dark
Katie Ann
Kick Ass Night
Leaving Lafayette
Little Bunny Foo
Love Letters
Love Me Truely
Middle of the Night
No Man’s Land
No More Songs
Poor Man’s Blood
Sad Song
Shadow Man
Step Fast
Way We Are
Wild Bayou Nights
Wind Up Alone Surfin’ Hula
Swing Dancer Girl
The Boys

Above and Beyond –Rodney Crowel
Alligator Man – Jimmy C. Newman
Back Door – D.L. Menard
Big Mamou – Frenchie Burk
Blue Boy – Jim Reeve
Blue Eyes Cryin’ – Willie Nelson
Digi Ligi – Doug Kershaw
Every Bit is Proud – CCR
Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
Heartaches by the # – Ray Price
Hole in My Pirough – Johnny Horton
Honky Tonk Hardwood – Johnny Horton
Honky Tonk Man – Johnny Horton
I Don’t Care – Webb Pierce
I Still Miss S.O. – Johnny Cash
If I Was Blue – High Noon
I’ll Be There – Ray Price
Jole Blonde – Harry Chotes
Long Black Veil – Lefty Frizzel
Love Hard Live Fast – Faron Young
Ole Slew Foot – Johnny Horton
One Woman Man – Johnny Horton
Pop a Top – Jim Ed Brown
Race is On – George Jones
Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash
Seeds and Stems – Commander Cody
Silver Wings – Merle Haggard
Singing the Blues – Marty Robbins
Swan Song – Two Hoots and a Holler
Tennesse Waltz – Patty Page
Thanks A Lot – Ernest Tubb
There Stands the Glass – Webb Pierce
Took A Lot of Pills – Robby Fulks
Waitin’ for a Train – Jimmy Rogers
White Lightening – George Jones
Wreck of the Old 97 – Johnny Cash
You Win Again – Hank Williams

Brand New Cadillac – Clash
California Sun – The Rivieras
Can’t Help Fallin’ – Elvis Presley
Career Opportunity – Clash
Tossin’ & Turnin’ – Bobby Lewis
Garbage Man – Cramps
Goo Goo Muck – Cramps
Goodbye Baby – Blasters
Heart of the City – Nick Lowe
Howlin’ at the Moon – Ramones
I Fought the Law – Bobby Fuller
I’m Not Angry – Everly Brothers
Into the Dark – Chrissy Flatt
Jenny Jones – Clash
Kids are Alright – Who
Kissing Cousins – Elvis Presley
Love Me – Cramps
Midnight Hour – Wilson Picket a la the Jam
Motorhead – Motorhead
My Generation – Who
Peace Love and Understanding – Elvis Costello
Potenate of Love – Cramps
Ragin’ Eye – Nick Lowe
1000 Stars – Revilers
Another Lonely Night – Cookie & the Cupcakes
Break a Way – Irma Thomas
Cupid – Sam Cooke
Everyday – Buddy Holly
I Wanna Be Free – Elvis Presley
It’s Raining – Irma Thomas
Last Kiss – Del Shannon
Lonely Heart – Ventures
Lovers Rock – Johnny Horton
Matlida – Cookie and the Cupcakes
Matter of Time – Brook Benton
Only the Lonely – Roy Orbison
Pledging My Love – Johnny Ace
Poor Side of Town – Johnny rivers
Rather Be with the Boys – Rolling Stones
Red Cadillac – Leroy Van Dyke
Ruler of My Heart – Irma Thomas
She’s Not You – Elvis Presley
Strange – Patsy Cline
Sukiyaki – Ventures
True Love Ways – Buddy Holly
Wish it Was a Dream – Delmore Bros.
Wishing- Buddy Holly
Woman with the Blues – Slim Harpo
You Got It – Jeff Lynn

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