Gilley's namesake Texas honky
tonk club inspired the 1980 film "Urban Cowboy" and the resulting nationwide fad for Western-themed nightspots in the 1980s.
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, 67, can't remember all those honky
tonk women - or if they ever did manage to spend the night together.
Tonk Women Rolling Stones MICK JAGGER and Keith Richards were on holiday at a gaucho ranch in Brazil over Christmas 1968 when they penned what became Honky
SUMMERTYNE Americana Festival has announced Honky
Tonk Angels at Sage Gateshead on July 20 - a concert celebrating the rise of women in country music.
Tonk, above, The Bluecoat, until September 18; Rene Magritte: The Pleasure Principle, Tate Liverpool, until Oct 16; Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911, Walker Art Gallery, until September 25; Costume Drama: Fashion from 1790 to 1850, Sudley House, until May 7, 2012; Albert Lipczinski, Williamson Art Gallery, until October; Semiconductor: Worlds in the Making?
He stormed: "This sort of honky
tonk fairground development is just not suitable for Saltburn.
BILL KIRCHEN Word To The Wise (Proper) HE is the original Dieselbilly axeman, the Telecaster twist in the honky
tonk tale of Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen.
It's not like a slur, like you would call a white person a honky
or something like that" Oy.
Clive Brittain's Gone West filly showed plenty of promise first time up when second to Honky
Tonk Sally at Chester last month, staying on from the rear to be beaten five lengths.
The first of Shaver's two previous brushes with fame came in the early 1970s when country music outlaw Waylon Jennings recorded Honky
Tonk Hero, an entire album of Shaver songs.
The catchiest pieces might sniff the charts: the elegantly rocking tide track Black Cadillac; the bluegrass / honky
tonk rich Radio Operator; the driving elegy Like Fugitives, the relatively poppy minor chord toggle Dreams Are Not My Home; and the N'awlins-spiced World Without Sound.
I say, I got those Down-and-Out, Out-of-Control, Honky
Tonky Insurance Company Blues.