This week, it's part two of our look at Justin Trevino's latest album "A Salute To Ray Price & The Cherokee Cowboys" (2017). On the day in 1984 when Justin Trevino first heard Price's iconic honky tonk shuffle style on the airwaves - wafting in on the 50,000-watt KKYX out of San Antonio - a lightbulb went off: the song was "The Other Woman", the stylish combination of a 4/4 beat and vibrato vocals thrown in for good measure had Trevino hooked. Arguably with few stronger influences on his own singing style, this tribute album was a long time coming. As a personal fan and a friend to the great man, we look at six more of the best songs from Price's catalogue, expertly covered by Trevino and his A-team in studio. Highlights include the Conway Twitty-penned "Walk Me To The Door", and uptempo version of "Sittin' And Thinkin'" and the pinnacle of this release: a duet with Ray Price himself on "I Gotta Have My Baby Back", recorded in 2003. Sublime.