This episode is about “Towns that Made the West.” What towns do you think of when you think about the west? Tombstone? Denver? Fort Worth? Today, you’ll hear songs about important places that helped define the west.
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“Cowboy Breakfast.” Friday’s episode of Cowboy Tracks is full of songs and spoken word creating a portrait of food in the old and new west. You’re “purt near” guaranteed to come away with a powerful hankering for strong coffee and biscuits with gravy!
“Out on the Trail” is the theme for the songs and cowboy poems on this episode.
"Cavalcade of Western States." This episode will feature western songs about each of the western states. It's a two-parter, with the second part next week.
“On the Range.” This episode has songs and poetry about life on the range. Ranger Doug, Bob Marshall, Rick & the Ramblers, Patty Clayton and many more. Enjoy the vast richness of music from the rangeland.
Todays’s episode is called “A Western State of Mind.” You’ll hear songs and cowboy poetry from Riders in the Sky, Rita Hosking, Many Strings & Co. and many more. Hopefully, this program will put you in a relaxed frame of mind as images of the west and western lifestyle roll past you.
The tale of the Pony Express mail service is a fascinating slice of western history. On this episode, hear songs and stories about this unique venture.
Our “Music Roundup” episode will show the many facets of western music. You’ll hear western swing, western blues, traditional cowboy, western reggae-style beats and even a UFO tune!