Just finished listening. It's everything I expected and very much more than I'd hoped for. It's beautiful!! I cried when you told the neighbor story. DJ Chilliwack BC Received your new Christmas CD, "Who Is This", in the mail today. It is awesome! Nice to have some new original Christmas songs too but I especially love "O Holy Night"! M.S. Elbow, SK. The performance for our Christmas party was great . All the new songs off you’re new Christmas album were really enjoyed by everyone especially “Oh Holy Night “ . I purchased you’re new CD and am listening to it over and over . We are looking forward to hearing you again and again . Please keep preforming . You’re voice is great and needs to be enjoyed by many . Thanks again from Dalmeny Seniors RB Dalmeny, SK
Hey Folks, figured I would take a second to get you up to date on the whirlwind that was September. By the numbers, racked up just under 5900 km, played in 11 different venues, saw some incredible scenery and history, and met up with a whole bunch of boots on the ground people that I was honored to rub shoulders with. The month kicked off with a tour up through the Cariboo of Northern BC, with stops at the Pelican Lake Lodge, and a bunch of performances at the Drover Festival at Barkerville. This is a place you need to see, Fast forward to Saskatchewan's Ol' Cowtown, Maple Creek for the Cowboy Mustering there. Always good to meet up with the Folks there, and was honored to be a Friday Mainstage Performer. Then this last weekend was prod to be a part of the first Medicine Hat Cowboy Evening. It is encouraging to see people that really believe in the heritage of Western Music, put together a fine event. That is it for now, see ya down that trail.
Just dropped the proceeds of the 2019 go round of Stetson for STARS at the hanger. Over $3000 went to STARS this year. Thanks to all that came out to the Coyote Springs Campground to support this great cause
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Hey Folks, figured I would take a second to get you up to date on the whirlwind that was September. By the numbers, racked up just under 5900 km, played in 11 different venues, saw some incredible scenery and history, and met up with a whole bunch of boots on the ground people that I was honored to rub shoulders with. The month kicked off with a tour up through the Cariboo of Northern BC, with stops at the Pelican Lake Lodge, and a bunch of performances at the Drover Festival at Barkerville. This is a place you need to see, Fast forward to Saskatchewan's Ol' Cowtown, Maple Creek for the Cowboy Mustering there. Always good to meet up with the Folks there, and was honored to be a Friday Mainstage Performer. Then this last weekend was prod to be a part of the first Medicine Hat Cowboy Evening. It is encouraging to see people that really believe in the heritage of Western Music, put together a fine event. That is it for now, see ya down that trail.
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