KNEL radio will host an album release party for Texas legend Johnny Bush at the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum on Friday, Feb. 8 (tonight) from 6-8 p.m. The event is free to the public, and the Hillbilly Hits radio show will broadcast live from the museum during the event. Bush has just released a new album on Lonestar Records titled “Green Snakes On The Ceiling.” He re-recorded the song after getting so many requests to include it on the album. The 30-year-old song has become an anthem for many artists and fans of Texas country music. “Green Snakes” features 15 songs including a duet with Leona Williams. Other songs on the album include, “I Wish That I Could Fall In Love Today,” “Rainbow In Daddy’s Eyes,” “Nobody’s Business (But My Own),” “You Don’t Have To Be A Baby To Cry,” and “He Don’t Deserve You Anymore.” Aside from the newest release, other Johnny Bush albums will be on hand for purchase during the live broadcast, and autographed copies will be available upon request. Willie Nelson has used Bush’s “Whiskey River” to open virtually all of his performances for the past 20 years. Bush is a member of the Country Music Association of Texas Hall of Fame. He will soon be honored in Washington for his work with speech disorders.