We're in the studio now and only have some pre-release teasers.... As soon as the album is finished I will get you a copy. Thanks for your invite. If you get to the Autry for the WMA jam on the third Sunday of each month, we are usually their.
Nope no poetry I leave that up to Woody Woodruff. I'm a singer song writer and not that good at either but my song Western Sky is nominated By AWA for Western Song 2009 . It was recorded by Judy Coder, Jim Garling and Journey West. In E TN it is tough getting gigs playing western music. So I play as a solo act playing 50 /60 R&R and I sneak western swing in when no one is lookin. I played with Sisters of the Silver Sage about 4 years and I let them do all the work. I stood in the back and strummed away. It was great fun.
Howdy, I haven't recorded anything yet, but I did put some video clips on Facebook, so maybe I will try to eventually record something. I'm still purty green at this cowboy poetry business. Sorry that I missed the radio show, was doing some unexpected traveling.
Hi folks; didn't make it to Paulina's last night....too dang tired(I hate drivin' long spells) (unless I'm towin' a stock-trailor and headed towards the Rockies) I will either call from there(headed out there now) or will use here PC to get in touch.....Best regards ...BW
I noticed an ad for Louie L"Amour books on the site. I guess I didn't tell you that I narrated a bunch of 'em on audiobooks for Blackstone. I also narrated 30 of Ralph Compton's westerns and some Matt Braun and Zane Grey as well.
Keep her head in the air!
Dear Friends. We are safely enconced at Paulina's ranch as we talk. Will try to call tonight unless you tell me otherwise We had our first snow here, last night, so it's a bit messy to be cuttin' barn rafters, but what the hey! Say....1700 hrs your time......BW.
Sometimes it's easier to tell what Western Music ain't! Although I write mostly Western songs, with some Country Gospel and even the odd "Country" one slippin' out, ther's a few things I'm lookin for to define Western. Topic - Western songs need to have a Rural inference or signature to them, showing that they are based from the land and the people close to it. Rythem - They have to be smooth and easy on the ear. You should be able to play them in the barn while working with horses, and have no fear of sudden reactions. Timeless - A true Western song could have been written in 1897, 1941 or 2006, and be able to draw the same reaction from the people who understand the basis from which it was written. Production - The song has to be able to stand alone with only a guitar and singer performing it. If the production becomes the song, slide it into the Country catagory. My 2 1/2 cent werth.
Much obliged for your important e-mail -- I really appreciate it, your thoughts -- I will get back with you later this evening, as I have an early start, getting ready to work a horseback for training for one of my customers.
I also want to review your whole website and other information you sent me.
Cowboys Riding For The Brand -- WE wouldn't have it any other way.
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