July 26, 2018 MARY KAYE and COWBOYS-A DOCUMENTARY PORTRAIT Featured Guests on Equestrian Legacy Radio


We are rebroadcasting 5 of our favorite shows this summer and this week is one of them! Catch this week's rebroadcast at www.equestrianlegacy.net.

The countdown to National Day of the Cowboy, July 28, 2018 continues! To celebrate and honor this special day, enjoy a rebroadcast of our tribute to the Cowboy originally broadcast July 27, 2017. Join host Gary Holt and Western Horseman Magazine's Jennifer Denison was they welcome guests MARY KAYE and BUD FORCE, Producer of Cowboys-A Documentary Portrait.

CAMPFIRE CAFE - 12:00-1:00 pm (CST)
SADDLE UP AMERICA - 2:00-3:00 pm (CST)



CAMPFIRE CAFE Welcomes Wrangler Award Winner, MARY KAYE

MARY KAYE is a high quality vocal act and her voice literally takes over the air waves! When you can, see her perform live. Her show is true "Live Entertainment!" The audience's is captured with her award winning three octave vocals, amazing musical dexterity, singing well loved classics along with award winning originals, a magnetic stage presence, beautiful finger style guitar playing, interesting song introductions, and a healthy dash of humor thrown in. 

With multiple albums to her name as well as a collection of standards she can perform for hours and not repeat herself. Mary Kaye's music crosses many boundaries and has won her many faithful fans. Standing ovations are typical at the end of her performances!



Mary Kaye was a Featured Performer of the SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series. Click these links and enjoy her live performances.

April 2017: Mary Kaye and Joe Herrington
                   Queen of the Prairie and Sage of the Prairie

November 2012: An Evening With Mary Kaye
                            Special Guests Gency Brown, Robby Bausch

September 2011: An Evening with Mary Kaye
                             With the Cross Town Cowboys

September 2010: An Evening with Mary Kaye and Richard Lee Cody


SADDLE UP AMERICA Welcomes BUD FORCE: PRODUCER OF
COWBOYS - A DOCUMENTARY PORTRAIT
About this film - here is a recent description from the film's FACEBOOK Page

The identity or idea of the "cowboy" can vary wildly depending on people's preconceived notions about who this person is. Who exactly is this iconic American figure (and who is it not)? 

In the world of “cowboying,” there are common subcategories including family ranch or small-outfit working cowboys, feedlot cowboys and even rodeo cowboys. While each of these groups work directly with livestock in some form or fashion, "Cowboys - A Documentary Portrait" focuses solely on the lives of big-outfit working ranch cowboys. 

We might refer to this type of cowboy as the closest descendant – in a professional sense – of the trail-driving cowboys of the 1800s. Big-outfit cowboys live and work on extremely large, open-range ranches that often operate on several hundred thousand to more than one million acres of land. These ranches generally run a full crew of cowboys, ranging from 10 to 15 people, who live either at the ranch's bunkhouse or in remote cow camps. While the nature of the profession includes plenty of solitude by default, the cowboys regularly work together. Photo below courtesy of Cowboy-A Documentary Portrait


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