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Red Oak Country is a new Central Coast dance band focused on performing classic ’80s and ‘90s country music hits by artists such as Toby Keith, Alan Jackson, George Strait, Dwight Yoakam, Alabama, Brooks and Dunn, Garth Brooks, and many more.

The band is: Ed Miller (guitar and vocals), Bill Wolf (drums and vocals), Mike Dias (bass and vocals), and
Mike Hopkins (steel guitar and guitar).

Miller, Wolf, and Dias are also current members of Central Coast ‘60s rock, pop, and soul band, Unfinished Business. Hopkins has had extensive experience performing locally and as a studio musician since the early ‘70s.

To book, call Ed at (805) 431-3067 or email at

Song List

Classic ‘80s & ‘90s Country 
Should’ve Been A Cowboy (#1, 1993, Toby Keith) 
I’m In A Hurry (#1, 1992, Alabama)    
Friends In Low Places- (#1, 1990, Garth Brooks) 
Chattahoochee (#1, 1993, Alan Jackson)        
Mercury Blues (#2, 1993, Alan Jackson)        
All My Exes Live In Texas (#1, 1987, G. Strait)    
Ocean Front Property (#1, 1986, G. Strait)    
Amarillo By Morning (#4, 1983, George Strait)    
Streets of Bakersfield (#1, 1988, D. Yoakam)
Fast As You (#2, 1993, Dwight Yoakam)    
Guitars, Cadillacs (#4, 1986, Dwight Yoakam)    
Boot Scootin’ Boogie (#1, 1992, Brooks and Dunn)
Elvira (#1, 1981, Oak Ridge Boys)
Swingin’ (#1, 1983, John Anderson)        
Pickup Man (#1, 1994, Joe Diffie)
Small Town Saturday Night (#2, 1991, H. Ketchum)
Watermelon Crawl (#4, 1994, Tracy Byrd)     
Crazy Over You (#4, 1987, Foster and Lloyd)    
Liza Jane (#7, 1991, Vince Gill)
I Feel Fine (#9, 1988, Sweethearts of Rodeo)
Just Call Me Lonesome (#10, 1992, Radney Foster)
Six Days On The Road (#13, 1997, Sawyer Brown)
Take It Easy (#21, 1994, Travis Tritt; Eagles)    
Pink Cadillac (1986, Southern Pacific)
Copperhead Road (#10, 1988, Steve Earle)

Other Classic Country
Tulsa Time (#1, 1978, Don Williams)
Family Tradition (#4, 1979, H. Williams Jr.)    
Working Man Blues (#1, 1969, Merle Haggard)
Folsom Prison Blues (#4, 1956, Johnny Cash)
Big River (#4, 1958, Johnny Cash)  
Slow Dances
Feels So Right (#1, 1981, Alabama)        
Remember When (#1, 2003, Alan Jackson)    
Neon Moon- (#1, 1992, Brooks and Dunn)    
I’ll Still Be Lovin You (#1, 1987, Restless Heart)
Crazy (#2, 1961, Patsy Cline; Willy Nelson)
Silver Wings (1969, Merle Haggard)
Harvest Moon (1992, Neil Young)
Mustang Sally (Wilson Picket)
Honey Don’t (Carl Perkins, Beatles)        
Bad Moon Rising (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival) 
Green River (Creedence Clearwater Revival)    
Born On the Bayou (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Down On the Corner (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Suzie Q (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Oh Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison) 



(coming soon)

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