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Lasso Our Heritage: Cowboys and Cowgirls in Story and Song
Contemporary life in the American west is profoundly influenced by our rich heritage in the legend and lore of the early cowboys and cowgirls. In song, poetry, and story, this colorful program relates expressions of the work ethic, hardships, and joys of frontier life. These traditions continue and are strong and vibrant in present day agricultural life. The Matleys bring the vibrancy of this tradition to life in this musical and poetic presentation, bringing the exciting lives of the cowboys and cowgirls alive.
Program note: We provide our own sound equipment, suitable for most auditoriums
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