2013 Horsemen's Re-Union Concert, Dinner, Entertainment & Auction Schedule
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The Horsemen's Re-Union Team is happy to present a wonderful charitable organization called, WESTERN WISHES. Part of the proceeds received at The Horsemen's Benefit Dinner will be donated to Western Wishes. We hope that you will come out and join us April 19, 2013 at 5:30 in Paso Robles, CA to make these Western Wishes Come True.
Western Wishes honors and strives to lift the spirits of children and young adults faced with adversity who live and love the western way of life. Highlighting these incredible kids and making them special guests at rodeos, horse shows and country music concerts is our objective. It is the mission of Western Wishes to reward the fighting spirit of courageous kids and share their compelling stories. From Cheyenne to Fort Worth, the PBR World Finals to the National Finals Rodeo, the program grows and offers kids the opportunity to reach for the stars and have their wishes come true. www.westernwishes.org
CHECK OUT THIS GREAT WESTERN WISHES VIDEO!!
Is it possible that The Horsemen’s Re-Union producers could possibly add more on top of all the activities and events planned throughout the week? Yes sir‘eee! Get yourself ready for a fun, music filled closing party with the Horsemen while Monte Mills and the Lucky Horse Show Band plays outside Jimmy’s Bar right after the Horse Sale.
Monte Mills has become an icon of the California Central Coast.Monte's not only one of the last of the yodeling cowboys, he is the best! A Farrier and auctioneer by trade, he's the real deal. But he's more than just a singing cowboy. He is part of life around these California parts. He's been instrumental in keeping traditional western swing country music alive introducing it to thousands. We are excited to have this show and will be closing down the week in full country swing style. www.montemills.com
The Horsemen's Closing Party is included in your daily admission pass. Come on out for a boot scootin' fun time!
Join us for an exciting evening showcasing the incredible western music talents of Dave Stamey. Be there sharp and don't miss out on this one of a kind western music event with an award winning song writer and cowboy.
About Dave Stamey
Cowboys and Indians Magazine has called him "the Charley Russell of Western Music." Western Horseman Magazine has declared his "Vaquero Song" to be one of the greatest Western songs of all time. In 2010 and 2011 True West Magazine named him Best Living Western Solo Musician. Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. He has been voted four times Entertainer of the Year, five times Male Performer of the Year and four times Songwriter of the Year by the Western Music Association, and received the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists. He's delighted audiences in twenty states, and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses. www.davestamey.com
Waddie Mitchell - Entertainer
“I can’t ever remember finding cowboy poetry”, Waddie Mitchell says of the entertaining and enduring art of story telling and I wouldn‘t have liked it if they would have. Seems like an oxymoron, don’t it?”
From his earliest days on the remote Nevada ranches where his father worked, Waddie was immersed in the cowboy way of entertaining, the art of spinnin’tales in rhyme and meter that came to be called cowboy poetry, a Western tradition that is as rich as the lifestyle that gave birth to it. Within his stories, old in a voice that is timeless and familiar, are the common bonds we all share, moments both grand and common place, the humorous and the tragic, the life and death struggles and triumphs that we each recognize. And yet, Waddie presents his material with personal insights and the lesson learned during his life spent as a buckaroo.
“We didn’t have electricity and that meant we didn’t have T.V. We had darn poor radio too. So that meant we did the strangest things at night…we talked to each other!” Waddie Mitchell, Cowboy
About J PARSON -- Lead off Act !
If you like authentic Cowboy and old time Country music, then J Parson is your man. He grew up in Bakersfield, CA. and has worked in the ranching business for most of his life. At various times he has run cattle from the Carrizo Plains to the Mojave Desert. He also raises quality ranch horses and has been involved in the farming business in the San Joaquin Valley. J splits his time now between his ranch in California and his farm in Southeast Kansas. From small to large gatherings, J plays music that cowboys like to listen to. Don't miss out!
Adrian-aka-the Buckaroogirl is a force of nature! She's an exuberant, dynamic, talented, singer/songwriter with an infectious, positive attitude and a powerful voice. Adrian is equally at home in the branding pen, roping calves or on stage in front of thousands of fans. Adrian takes her listeners deep into the lives and challenges faced by cowboys and ranchers through songs that reflect her experiences growing up on ranches throughout the west.
Without losing her passion for the ranching west-Adrian takes her fans to new heights through her emotion filled lyrics and music. It's music people love and feel deeply-making it their own as soon as they hear it. Listen to Adrian's music at: www.BuckarooGirl.com
Dave Ellis lives on a small horse ranch in the Sierra Nevada foothills near Porterville, California. He is a native of the southern San Joaquin Valley. Dave started his first horse at thirteen and has always had a great appreciation for the vaquero methods. He began playing the guitar professionally in 1961 performing throughout the southern San Joaquin Valley. He currently plays at various campfire and chuck wagon style venues throughout the United States while conducting Parelli Natural Horsemanship Clinics. He has been a student of Pat Parelli for over 27 years.
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