As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Jerry Raney of The Beat Farmers about the band’s career and recent deluxe reissue of their classic 1985 debut album, Tales of the New West. Following the conversation, Jerry gives an exclusive acoustic performance. Tales of the New West features The Beat Farmers classic lineup of singer-guitarists Jerry Raney and Buddy Blue, bassist Rolle Dexter and drummer-singer Country Dick Montana. Steve Berlin, of Los Lobos, co-produced Tales of the New West, and blows sax on the song "Showbiz." Other special guests on the album include Chip and Tony Kinman of Rank & File, Peter Case of the Plimsouls, Sid Griffin of The Long Ryders, the Bangles' Vicki Peterson as well as future Beat Farmer Joey Harris and "Bigger Stones" songwriter Paul Kamanski. The new deluxe CD reissue is available now via Blixa Sounds, and the Vinyl LP version will be released May 7.