Waiting For A Train
The brand-new stage musical celebrating the life and times of Jimmie Rodgers

The Songs

Jimmie Rodger recorded a total of 110 sides during his brief, six-year career, and he wrote, co-wrote or arranged all but twelve of those sides. Nearly every song included in this musical production was either one of those 110 songs, or in the case of the finale, was especially written in tribute to this very first superstar of country music.

The 24 songs featured below, as performed by some of the most notable artists ever to be influenced by Jimmie Rodgers, should give you an excellent view of the diverse music to be found in this presentation.

And of course, it’s a theatre group’s individual interpretation of these songs that makes each production of “Waiting For A Train” so very, very unique.

So please, we invite you to sit back and enjoy the music, enjoy the taste of the stage, and enjoy the diversity of the brand-new stage musical, “Waiting For A Train”.

Then, we ask that you take a moment to tell your own community theatre group, you’d like to see this exciting production on a live stage near you.

NOTE: If necessary, be sure to stop one player before staring another.

“Waiting For A Train” – Instrumental version (by Raul Malo, et al)
“Keep On The Sunny Side” (by The Whites)
“Somewhere Down Below The Dixon Line” (by Mary Chapin Carpenter)
“Peach Pickin’ Time In Georgia” (by Merle Haggard)
“You And My Old Guitar” (by Slim Dusty & Anne Kirkpatrick)
“My Carolina Sunshine Girl” (by Taylor Brashears)
“The Soldier’s Sweetheart” (by Jimmie Rodgers)
“Blue Yodel No. 1 – ‘T’ For Texas” (by Wylie & The Wild West)
“Waiting For A Train” (by Rick Pickren)
“Any Old Time” (by Doc & Merle Watson)
“In The Jailhouse Now” (by Foggy Bottom Boys)
“Everybody Does It In Hawaii” (by Johnny Pineapple & His Islanders)
“My Blue-Eyed Jane” (by Steve Goodbar)
“Blue Yodel No. 9” (by Jimmie Rodgers & Louis Armstrong)
“The T.B. Blues” (by Pete Seeger)
“Daddy And Home” (by Tanya Tucker)
“When The Cactus Is In Bloom” (by Wylie & The Wild West)
“Mississippi Moon” (by Beverly Smith & Carl Jones)
“My Old Pal” (by Daniel O-Donnell)
“Roll Along Kentucky Moon” (by Charlie Dore)
“Miss The Mississippi And You” (by Rosanne Cash)
“Years Ago” (by Jimmie Rodgers)
“Down The Old Road To Home” (by Merle Haggard)
“The Train Carrying Jimmie Rodgers Home” (by Stoney Lonesome)

Important Legal Notice
These sound files are presented for the sole purpose of familiarizing website visitors with the musical selections found within this production. If you are interested in your own copy of any of these recordings, you’re strongly encouraged to visit Amazon.com and legally purchase a version for your own collection.