A blog about Cowboy Music, Western Swing and Cowboy Poetry. 2014 WMA Radio DJ/Radio Program of the Year

Posts tagged ‘Bud Strom’

Playlist from “The Real West from the Old West” 2-11-15

The Real West from the Old West – AM 1230 KOTS

2-11-15

The Real West – Rod Taylor

The Only Place A Cowboy Can Call Home – The Buckaroo Balladeers – Between Elko And Heaven

Shuffleitis – Chuck Cusimano – The Collection Vol. 1

Colorado Trail – Horse Crazy Cowgirl Band – All I Need

Alexander’s Goodtime Band – Dave Alexander – Alexander’s Goodtime Band

Brand New Leather – Doc Mehl And Washtub Jerry – Doc And Tub Live

This Old House – Desert Trio – Desert Trio

Half The Hand – Diane Tribitt – Out Of The Chute

The Gift – Ramblin’ Rangers – Ramblin’ On

Somewhere In Texas – Coby Carter – Legends

Eighteen Again – Tony Lundervold – From The Ranch To The Rodeo

Let Me Ride Down In Rocky Canyon – Kristyn Harris – Let Me Ride

Let’s Ride – Jared Rogerson – Dirt

Viva La Cowboy – Dan Roberts – Viva La Cowboy

Everlasting Hooves – DW Groethe – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 9

Cowboy Sweetheart – Belinda Gail – Out Of The Chute

She Could Ride – Mikki Daniel – Cowgirl Swing

My Country’s Not For Sale – RW Hampton – This Cowboy

Sweet Georgia Brown – Carolyn Martin – A Platter Of Brownies

The Cowboy Way – Doug Figgs – Partners

Bring It On Down – Barbara Nelson – Bring It On Down

Last Gather – Rusty McCall – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 9

Old Poly Rope – Trinity Seely – Old Poly Rope

Blue Horizon – Sid Hausman & Washtub Jerry – Blue Horizon

When The Cottonwoods Turn To Gold – Bill Barwick

You Don’t Have To Be A Baby To Cry – Ann J Morton – The Swing Of Things

Young Farmers And Ranchers – Barry Ward – Distant Furrows

It’s A Good Day – AATW/Leon Rausch – It’s A Good Day

My Hereford – Bud Strom – Lightening And Angels

Train To Chama – Jim Jones – Borrowed Time

Heroes From The Past – The Yarbrough Band – Heroes From The Past

Twin Fiddles Turn Me On – Jody Nix – Twin Fiddles Turn Me Ondou

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Tyrone Cowboy Poetry & Music Gathering

May 7, 2011 found us on the road north to Tyrone for their annual Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering. We arrived just in time for the last song from the Copper Creek Wranglers.  I’m sorry we didn’t hear more…they were very well received by the audiance!  We did, however, hear great Cowboy Poetry throughout the day from Bud Strom, Lynn Stokes, Pete Kennedy, Hook Hill and Mike Moutoux.

Along with the talented poets were equally talented western singers and musicians!  We were privileged to hear Jim Jones, Jim Wilson, Eddy Harrison, Jon Messenger, Washtub Jerry, Doug Figgs, Mike Moutoux and The Copper Creek Wranglers Cowboy Band.  I had not heard Doug Figgs before so that was fun. He’s a really good singer that filled in at the last minute for one who could not appear.  He did a great job with very short notice!  The entire day was fun!  I look forward to next  year.  If you are close and have never been to the Tyrone Cowboy Poetry & Music Gathering you’re missing a lot of good entertainment and fun!  Make plans to attend next year!

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