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Because the OK Corral Shootout took place on October 26, 1881,
Next Bill O’Neal and Jim Macgregor talk about what led up to the shootout;
Bob Alexander tells us about a little known,
Dakota talks to Jay Redfeather about the Plain’s Indians,
This week we feature the song
Dick Shore, a man who still practices the art of making reatas,
Lee Anderson tells us about the history of the three items that make a cowboy:
This week we feature the song "Reatas" by Keith & Rusty McNeil.
Bill Neal tells us about one of the many early Texas feuds…
One of the more interesting characters from the Old West is Johnnie Ringo.
Dakota talks to John Goodwin of Galaxy Press about Ol’ Tyme Radio Show CD’s.
Jim Dunham and Michael F. Blake tell us all
This week we feature the song "Abiline" by Sons Of The San Jaoquin.
Bill O’Neal tells us stories of how Old West performers got involved with gunpowder.
Arizona was the 48th state to join the union.
This week we feature the song "The West" by Sons Of The San Jaoquin.
Linda Wommack tells us the story of the Sundance Kid’s girlfriend,
In the second half of the show we learn the sad story
This week Don Bullis tells us about gunfighters
In the second half of the show Jim Dunham tells us about
This week we feature the song "Cattle Drive" by Sons Of The San Joaquin.
Author Phyllis de la Garza tells us about
The Horrell brothers created all kinds of havoc until they were killed.
This week we feature the song "Sonora’s Death Row" by Dave Stamey.
The Texas Rangers of the western frontier were unique people.
Because settlers went out west ahead of the law, there was the perceived need
The stories behind the Old West tombstones are intriguing.
Lee Anderson shows us the connection between
Our music this week is "Angels Can Do No More" by Andy Wilkerson
One of the great Hollywood western sidekicks was Gabby Hayes.
Our regular, Jim MacGregor, tells us about an Old West event
Our music this week is by Sons Of The San Joaquin