This week’s show is highlighted by two conversations we had with entertainers at the Cochise Cowboy Poetry & Music Gathering. The entertainers were a great harmony group called the Daughters of the Purple Sage, and buckaroo Joe Eliot.
One of the more intriguing towns in southern Arizona is Bisbee. We had a chance to talk to Bisbee’s official historian, Gary Dillard. Gary is a fount of information about the area. You’ll enjoy our conversation.
The Due West Trio contribute this week’s cowboy music.
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February 12 - 18, 2007
Continuing on our Stampede Tour, this week’s show comprises of two places we visited while in southern Arizona.
Florence, Arizona contains a lot of Western history. We feature a conversation with Chris Reid, the curator of the Pinal County Historical Society Museum that gives a rundown of the people and events of that area.
Always interested in places where Western movies are made, we visited Gammons’ Gulch, and talked to its creator, Jay Gammons.
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January 29 - February 4, 2007
Bill O’Neal tells us about Texas’ favorite outlaw, Sam Bass. He kept the outlaw code to the end.
The second half of the show takes place at Tucson Old West Studios with a conversation with Gilbert LaRoque, director of guest relations, and Bob Sheldon, the man with the vision to make the venue one of the best in the Old West.