Posts Tagged ‘Red Steagall’
Country music fans recognize show business legend Red Steagall for generating more than three decades of chart-topping records, but organizers and participants of the annual Bluebonnet Youth Ranch Celebrity Golf Tournament recognize Steagall for his two decades of off-stage benevolent contributions.
Red Steagall, America’s favorite cowboy singer and storyteller, will do double duty as entertainer and interviewer for In the Bunkhouse, a weekly “cowboy variety” series that premiered November 4 on the RFD-TV network.
I was discussing traditional country music with Ralph Hampton this weekend, and if you’ve listened to Ralph Hampton you know he is well informed and very knowledgeable. Ralph agreed to share some of our discussion with readers of The Country Classics, and I’m sure you will find it as facinating as I did. Here is Ralph Hampton:
This is The Roundup for the third full week of January, 2010. Here is what’s happening in traditional country music:
We are proud to tell you that Dan Roberts received the Western Heritage Wrangler Award “Outstanding Composition for 2008.” Dan Roberts is a nice guy and we are glad to see him receive the award.
This article, written on a rainy Saturday morning in Windsor Missouri, reminds me more of Baxter Black than the features I usually write. Do you remember Readers Digest from years ago? We read “Humor in Uniform”, “All In A Day’s Work”, and “Life In These United States.”
Red Steagall – Poet, singer, and ambassador, is always part of Eddie Kilroy’s Cowboy Gathering, and no show about cowboys would be complete without him. Here in Windsor Missouri we are fans of professional bull riding, so when Eddie Kilroy started off with Red Steagall’s “Freckles Brown” we knew it would be a great show, as always.
We purchased the Dan Robert’s CD “Cowhand.com” and truly enjoy listening to this CD. Dan’s wife sends us an email whenever Dan releases a new CD, which is pretty cool. Dan Roberts, the Academy of Western Artists Entertainer and Male Vocalist of the Year, has his original style of cowboy western music. We will review the entire CD, track by track, in an upcoming article.