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We all know about George Custer.
Bill O’Neal tells about the reel Texas Rangers of the movies and television.
Our music this week is by Bill Warwick and also by Hank Cramer.
David Grasse tells us about the Hollbrook Shootout
An old cowboy himself Lee Anderson describes
Our music this week is "The Hollbrook Shootout" by Due West Trio.
Bill O’Neal shares the shooting skills of some of the famous Old West Shooters.
One of the lesser known great Old West characters is John Armstrong.
Our music this week is "Mr. Shorty" by Dave Stamey.
Nelson Story is one of Jim MacGregor’s favorite Old West characters.
Jeff Broome tells us the ordeal of Susanna Alderdice
Dakota has a conversation with B.J. Alderman about
Bill O’Neal tells us about one of his favorite Old West characters,
Our music this week is
Chris Enss tells us about an Indian woman by the name of Mochi
Dakota and Jim MacGregor continue their discussion from last week
Our music this week is by Juni Fisher.
Bob Alexander talks to us about
Dakota and Jim MacGregor discuss what was involved
Our music this week is by
Erik Wright tells us about Mickey Free,
Dakota talks to Jim Dunham about the guns used by outlaws and lawmen.
Chris Enss talks to Dakota about women who came out west
In the second half of the show Justin Lenhart
Our music this week is "I Can't Complain" by Juni Fisher.
Western Writer’s Association member Bill Markley talks to us
In the second half of the show Bill O’Neal makes the case
Lee Anderson and Dakota talk about the Old West
In the second half of the show Jim MacGregor tells us about the death
We feature the song "Red Velvet Slippers" by Juni Fisher.
Dakota and Don Mays, the proprietor of the Possible Shop,
In the second half of the show Jim MacGregor
We feature the song "El Paso" by Marty Robbins.
Dakota talks to David Grasse about lawman Perry Owens
In the second half of the show James McLaird demythologizes Calamity Jane.
We feature the songs "Hollbrook Shootout" by Due West Trio and also