Last week's bit of Asleep at the Wheel made me want to hear more. Here's a nice bit from a live show. This is not the same lineup I saw, at least in that the steel guitar player was a blonde woman (who seemed to be having a great time). I think the personnel apart from Ray Benson have fluctuated a good deal.
By the way, in case you wondered about the title of the previous post, "That's What I Like About the South", this song was in my mind:
The original, by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, inventors--well, leading developers and practitioners--of the Western swing style:
And here's the very archetype, the Platonic form of the style--Wills & Co. doing "San Antonio Rose":
I never have quite understood why he does that weird "Ahh-haa" etc. kind of thing.