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Cowboy Music

Date: May 10 - May 11, 2024
Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Listen closely and enjoy traditional and contemporary music about the cowboy lifestyle. From all across the West they gather to share humor and history passed down form pioneer campfires and bunkhouses of the great cattle ranches. Join us at the Entertainment Pavilion for an afternoon of continuous entertainment of laughter, music, and memories.

2024 Schedule
Thursday, May 9: Cowboy Poetry Under the Stars sponsored by Frontier Texas! at 8:00 pm in the Chuckwagon Area

Friday, May 10: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday, May 11: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Sunday, May 12: 9:00 am, Cowboy Church Service

Host - Jeff Gore

Jeff Gore has been performing since he was four years old. He has spent he last 30 years traveling and singing Cowboy and Gospel music all over the US and abroad. The recipient of Male Vocalist of the Year award in Cowboy Music from the Academy of Western Artists (1997), and a lifetime achievement award for Western Music by the American Cowboy Culture Assn. in 2005. He has also produced and acted on television, has appeared in film. (The Good Old Boys and Nail 32 most notably) In spite of these and other accomplishments, he is proudest when he is asked to ride out with a crew of cowboys at the wagon on ranches from Texas to Idaho. He and his wife Donna of over 38 years have two daughters who live with their husbands in Abilene, and five grandsons. Jeff grew up working on ranches and still does, living out and singing about the cowboy life.

Brennan Greene

Brennan Scott Greene is a singer songwriter from Spearman Texas. He grew up farming and ranching with his family there at the top of the panhandle, while learning how to play guitar and several other instruments. Currently Brennan spends his time day working, starting colts, songwriting, and playing shows where he can in the country/western scene. His most recent record "Emty Endurance" is out on Spotify, Apple Music, and multiple other platforms.

Calvin Hampton

Calvin Danner Hampton was raised in North eastern NM with a great appreciation for God, Music/ Art and Agriculture. He’s Drifted from coast to coast Canoeing and working on Ranch/ Farming Operations in the family. Often Playing music and looking for movie roles in between adventures.

Caitlyn Taussig

Caitlyn Taussig is a fourth-generation rancher from Kremmling, Colorado. She runs cow-calf pairs with her mother on their high-country cattle ranch.

Caitlyn has been singing since childhood and has performed at ranch brandings, cowboy gatherings, ranch rodeos, guest ranches, bars and ranch ropings. She draws inspiration for her songwriting from Colorado's rugged and beautiful landscapes, her experiences summering cattle at 9,000 feet, cowboying in rough high country and dark timber, working on the family ranch and feeding cattle in the harsh winter months, and listening to her late father’s wild stories. An article about the Taussig family appeared in the February 2016 issue of Western Horseman, and in January 2019 Caitlyn and her mother Vicki were featured in the front page NY Times Sunday business section story "Female Ranchers are Reclaiming the American West".

Caitlyn's debut album, The Things We Gave Up, was released in January 2015.

Jean and Gary Prescott

Raised on the family ranch near Bryan, Texas, award winning singer/songwriter Gary Prescott draws his writing inspiration from his youthful experiences and several years of working cattle in South Texas. These songs, written from the heart of a cowboy, bring the cowboy experience to life for many and validates a way of life that is so dear to others who live it day to clay.

Gary's duo album with his wife, Jean, received Album or the Year honors with the International Western Music Association. On that album, Gary sings the multiple award-winning song, "The Pitchfork Greys" which is a favorite of those familiar with the famous Pitchfork Ranch.

A native West Texan, singer/songwriter, Jean Prescott has made the cowboy life her way of life. From making cowboy and western music her full-time job to living on a West Texas ranch, Jean wears her heritage as comfortably as a broken-in pair of boots.

This gifted multiple award-winning artist has been referred to as the "Grand Dame" of western music and her music has been referred to as "The spiritual essence of the West". She tours from Canada to the southern tip of Texas and all areas in between. Adding to her long list of honors, in 2021 Jean was inducted into the National Multicultural Western Heritage Hall of Fame in ceremonies conducted in Fort Worth, Texas. She continues to do her part to preserve America's western heritage through her songs about the cowboy and cowgirl way of life.

Jean works with youth to help them develop singing and songwriting skills and is an instructor at the Cowtown Buckaroo Music Camp each year in June. She is also a much sought-after motivational speaker, encouraging and inspiring women of all ages to examine who they are and who they aspire to be.

Jean and Gary live south of Abilene where they run a small herd of Angus cattle and raise quarter horses.

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11:00 Jean Prescott

11:30 Gary Prescott

12:00 Caitlyn Taussig

12:30 Jeff Gore

1:00 Brennan Greene

1:30 Calvin Hampton

2:00 Jean Prescott

2:30 Gary Prescott

3:00 Caitlyn Taussig

3:30 Brennan Greene

4:00 Calvin Hampton

4:30 Jeff Gore


11:00 Jean Prescott

11:20 Gary Prescott

11:40 Caitlyn Taussig

12:00 Jeff Gore

12:20 Brennan Greene

12:40 Calvin Hampton

1:00 Jean Prescott

1:20 Gary Prescott

1:40 Caitlyn Taussig

2:00 Brennan Greene

2:20 Calvin Hampton

2:40 Jeff Gore

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