From his earliest days on the remote Nevada ranches where his father worked, Waddie was immersed in the cowboy way of entertaining.
As a second-generation farrier, Andy Nelson has the experience and the talents and humor to bring authenticity and entertainment to an audience. Raised in Oakley, Idaho, Andy traveled the Great Basin of southern Idaho, northern Utah and northern Nevada with his father on farrier jobs.
Book Riot magazine describes Doris Daley as “a cowboy poetry powerhouse and a great introduction into the genre.” She is also a great favorite with those already familiar with her sparkling wordsmithing and girl-next-door stage presence.
Jeff, distant cousin of Kit Carson, lives high in the Wasatch Mountains. Those long nights alone with his mules has led Jeff to spoutin’ poetry and prose like a hot tin coffee pot on a blazin’ campfire.
Arizona’s own, Chris Isaacs, is one of the most popular entertainers in the Cowboy genre today. Chris has performed from border to border, coast to coast and into Canada. His life as a working cowboy, his time as a packer and a horse shoer have all given him a world of material to work with. Known as a humorist he says ” Real life is too funny anyway.
Contrary to what folks tell you, Ol’ Ugly (John Glawson) is not the original manure spreader, but this Canadian Cowboy Storyteller won’t let that get in the way of his wild tales.
Jo Lynne Kirkwood was born in the small northern Arizona town of Fredonia. Her great-grandfather was an original settler of the area, and her family has worked with livestock for generations.