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Sunday 6 P.M. DON'T MISS GRETCHEN WILSON A key Muzik Mafia member, Wilson may have confounded some listeners and radio programmers by refusing to milk the "Redneck Woman" persona that put her on the map. But her music has deepened as she's explored the many facets of human relationships over three albums. (Tundra, 5:30-6:30) BILLY JOE SHAVER Yet another member of the class of great Texas singer-songwriters, Shaver has supplied material to Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and countless others who know a great song when they hear one. (Palomino, 5:55-6:45) ALSO MICHAEL MARTIN MURPHEY The man behind the 1975 wimp-rock classic "Wildfire" morphed into a credible country singer in the '80s -- Lyle Lovett cites him as an influence -- and for the last 20 years has successfully plied the western music circuit. (Mustang, 6:10-7)
Morry Gash, Associated Press
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