Featuring John McUen

Cowboy Celtic

Hard to believe, but Ireland, Scotland and Wales had working cowboys long before North America was, well, North america. And when those buckaroos from across the pond headed this way looking for greener pastures, they brought their music along and unknowingly gave their newfound cowboy friends a wonderful gift - the template for the soundtrack of the Old West. And it took our favorite Canadian band, Cowboy Celtic, to really figure that out. David Wilkie and his group have spent years exploring this connection and crafting their arrangements of traditional and original compositions to reflect the bond between chaps and tartan. Three wonderful voices backed by guitar, fiddle, mandolin and Celtic harp will take you from the rolling hills of Ireland to the dusty trails of Texas and many places in between. Plus, they wear reall cool hats. www.cowboyceltic.com

Sons and Brothers
Sons and Brothers

Originally from the Wet Mountain Valley town of Westcliffe, Joe, Aaron and Mike Wolking began singing with their dad when they were barely school-aged. Forming a "family band", Sons and Brothers quickly became a top draw at festivals across the U.S. When daddy Frank passed away in 2008, the boys decided to keep the family's musical legacy going, and have been touring the country ever since. Prepare your ears for a feast of flawless sibling harmonies and astounding musicianship from this stellar band of brothers. www.sonsandbrothers.com

Kevin Davis Kevin davis

From Walters, Oklahoma, Kevin Davis is a darn sure cowboy that lands squarely between Chris LeDoux and George Strait. A gifted writer and singer, Kevin rides through a musical landscape that includes songs of family, friends, love, loss and the more than occasional rodeo. A firefighter by trade, Kevin would much rather rope something than spray water on it.

Butch and Sarah
Butch and Sarah

An opening musical contribution from Farm Concert proprietors Sara and Butch, and a host of guest appearances from the Ranger Station Studio's top session musicians.

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