on our Weekly Radio Edition...
August 24-30, 2015
Dakota talks to B.J. Alderman about
the involvement of Old West lawmen’s wives and family in their jobs.
We feature the song "Lights Of Cimarron" by Steve Kinabrew.
Bill O’Neal tells us about Henry Brown, a man who regularly went back and forth
between lawman and outlaw.
August 17-23, 2015
David Matuszac tells us about, a dying breed, western movie character actors.
Dakota and Jan Cleere talk about one of the Old West’s
most unique characters, Buckskin Frank Leslie.
Buckskin Frank Leslie
This week we feature the song "Old Desperado" by Bill Barwick.
August 10-16, 2015
Bill O’Neal tells us about the influence
the Spanish had on the American Old West.
Mark Smokov talks to Dakota about Kid Curry,
the associate of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
We feature the song "The Vaquero" by Dave Stamey
and also the song "Legends of the West" by Due West Trio.
Due West Trio
August 3-9, 2015
Lee Anderson tells us about the differences between
the horse of a vaquero and that of a cowboy.
Dakota talks to Phyllis de la Garza about the Arizona Rangers
who were partly responsible for Arizona becoming a state.
We feature the song "Hooves Of The Horses" by Wylie & The Wild West
and also the song "Big Iron" by Marty Robins.
July 27-August 2, 2015
Bill O’Neal tells us about the Mexican-American War
and how we ended up with the southwestern part of America.
Jim MacGregor and Dakota talk about Pancho Villa
and his invasion of America.
Our music this week is "Sierra Nevada" by Sons Of The San Joaquin.
Sons Of The San Joaquin