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Range Of The Buffalo
Over the years songs of Kerry Grombacher have been covered by some of Western Music’s most prominent practitioners. The man has been a touring professional troubadour since the 1990s. Gromacher also knows how to write...
Nineteen Hand Horse
Despite the name “Nineteen Hand Horse,” the effect of this band is likely as far removed from my genre subject matter as any I have ever hauled aboard! So why are they here?? In the tracks there...
I See You
There was a time in Western Music history when songs that mixed love matters and Cowboy doings (other than lusty admiration of Wrangler butts) were basically nonexistent. One of the only prominent exceptions to the rule...
Singing Cowgirl Rides Again
A mix of new Dawn Anita originals, co-writes and best-of’s from the past awaits her fans in this collection. On the CD’s newly recorded tracks, she displays a certain Dale Evans quality. In her earlier...
Me And Les
Considering that this release contains three co-writes with the inimitable Les Buffham and another song dedicated to friendship with him, obviously Arizona singer-songwriter Dan McCorison feels ‘Les is more.’ That, of course, is a simple...
Carlos Washington’s Steel Horse Swing
One Way To Swing ( Single )
Initially when they began being issued, I resisted reviewing releases of single songs and two to six-song EP s, preferring to wait for the forthcoming albums. But in...
Brazos Valley Boys
Swingin' Our Way
Yes, it’s those “Brazos Valley Boys!” The band founded seventy-five years ago by Hank Thompson and, since his passing in 2007, headed up by Morey Sullivan. The pedigree of that opening sentence...
Dennis Russell, Terry Nash, Valerie & Floyd Beard & Dale Page
“Four Aces & A Queen” (hardback book)
Assuming such noted Cowboy Poets as these are also adept at self-editing, for this assemblage they have chosen what they feel...
“White Horse Dream – A True Story”
It was in her book “Nebraska’s Outlaw Trails” that I first came across poet/presenter/historian Marci Broyhill’s account of her state’s famous equine entertainment dynasty. I thought at the time...
The Best Horses In Heaven-They Have No Tails
Miska Paget’s debut release really is an introduction to her as, track by track, we meet her, those around her and gain insight into her experiences.
Unlike the renowned Baxter Black, Paget...
Skip Bessonette’s Sons Of Oregon
Traveling Cowboy Band
Longtime entertainer and host of Medford, Oregon’s Rogue River Bound radio show Skip Bessonette has a lively singing style that is a plus on this release that actually dates from a ways back....
In this collection of originals and co-writes, Stan Lawrence conveys an easy comfort with his material. He’s “musical” rather than being preoccupied with “being musical,” if that scans for you. Anyway it’s easy to tell why he...
George Ray Russell
Wrangler Of Rhymes: Volume 1
George Ray Russell might be a living example of the historic Cowboy Music origin pattern….that being stories become verses and verses are set to music. Russell’s mostly tenor-range voice is believable and sufficiently...
Horse Tales and Cow Trails
It’s no big news that Colorado’s Floyd Beard is acknowledged as being one of the present-day grand masters of Cowboy Poetry. In a way the recorded Beard experience equates favorably with that of...
Mile After Mile
Carol Markstrom continues to reshape her artistic parameters in her new not-all-Western release. Listeners who may have become complacent with Markstrom’s smoother ballad style from her last album may note she occasionally employs a more forceful...
Who Are You Who Am I
This well-done four song EP from Missouri balladeer/songwriter Bill Abernathy is being covered here mainly for his fine cover of “A Thousand Wild Horses,” a song from the team of Gary Burr and...
“Between A Horse And Me”
A nice variety of styles and music/lyric influences are just part of what keeps this newest release from Montana’s Almeda Bradshaw interesting. She is also manifesting a confident comfort that she generally shows onstage...
“Pensive 'n' Playful ”
A straightforward Cowboy Poetry collection awaits you in Mark Munzert’s new one. He gives you the titles, then gives you the poems...no muss, no fuss! Munzert’s quicker portraits get in and out with a purpose,...
“Lookin’ For One Good Cowboy”
Yep, we’re reviewing singles and EPs now, thanks to the download world!
The rowdy, ride-‘em-and-rope-‘em vocal style of Susie Knight is very right for this Ragtime-type release by Baxter Black. And ‘by Baxter Black” is...
Hot Texas Swing Band
“Devil On My Tail”
On the Hot Texas Swing Band’s fifth Western Swing release, Alex Dormant’s players show again they know what they’re doing and trying to accomplish!
The group uses classic swing instrumentation, but it’s anything but...
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