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2017 Cache Valley Cowboy Rendezvous

A reunion of Cowboy Poets, Western Music & Artisans

Welcomes Headliners:

Ned LeDoux, Don Edwards & Waddie Mitchell

 March 3-5, 2017

Mountain Crest High School * 255 South 800 East * – Hyrum, Utah 
FREE ADMISSION
for 3 stages continuous
Western Music, Cowboy Poetry, Trading Post
Vendors,Dutch Oven Dinners, Kid’s Corral,
Adult & Kids Poetry Contest etc.

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Saturday Headliner Concerts:

 Don Edwards & Waddie Mitchell

“The Bard & the Balladeer”

Saturday, March 4, 2017     2:00 pm

Premium Tickets: $50 w/ Meet & Greet -Don Edwards & Waddie Mitchell @12noon-1 pm (Rows A-C)

VIP seating $25 (Rows D – L)  Adults: $15

Senior (62+yrs.), Child (3 yrs. & up) & Student ( with valid ID)

 Ned LeDoux

with Trinity Seely & Sam DeLeeuw

Saturday, March 4, 2017     7:00 pm

Premium Tickets: $50 w/ Meet & Greet –Ned LeDoux @5-6 pm (Rows A-C)

VIP Seating $20 (Rows D –L)     $10 All other seats

Don Edwards “America’s Cowboy Balladeer”  Grammy nominated songster Don Edwards continues to build a legacy that enriches our vision of the American West. In tales of the day-to-day lives and emotions of those who have lived it, his ballads paint a sweeping landscape of both mind and heart, bringing to life the sights, sounds and feelings of this most American contribution to culture and art.  Bobby Weaver of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, summed up Edwards’ importance as “… the best purveyor of cowboy music in America today.”  Read More & Video

Waddie Mitchell “Buckaroo Poet”  From his earliest days on the remote Nevada ranches where his father  worked, Waddie was immersed in the cowboy way of entertaining, the art of spinnin’ tales in rhyme and meter that came to be called cowboy poetry, a Western tradition that is as rich as the lifestyle that gave birth to it. Within his stories, told in a voice that is timeless and familiar, are the common bonds we all share, moments both grand and commonplace, the humorous and the tragic, the life and death struggles and triumphs that we each recognize. And yet, Waddie presents his material with  personal insights and the lessons learned during his life spent as a buckaroo.   Read More & Video 

Ned LeDoux   In country music, a last name like LeDoux casts a big, storied and bittersweet shadow, but it’s one Ned LeDoux doesn’t mind standing in one bit. When his dad passed away in 2005 from cancer, Ned continued to tour with his father’s band to keep the musical spirit of Chris LeDoux alive. The timing couldn’t be more right for Ned to pick up a guitar and belt out “Western Skies;” it has been over 10 years since Chris LeDoux passed and he believes people want to hear something new. You’re guaranteed to hear “This Cowboy’s Hat”–the song most requested by his fans and a request Ned is honored to oblige. His personal favorite song is  “You Can’t Tell Me We Ain’t Got It All”, the first original song Ned co-wrote with his dad and seems to pick up right where Chris left off.   Read More & Video

Trinity Seely’s life has taken her to many different places. Ranging from the Chilcotin of British Columbia, where she grew up. To Cascade, Montana where she, her husband and kids live on a working cattle ranch. Trinity’s personal look into the life of a ranch wife gives her a deep perspective and appreciation into a lifestyle that some say is a bygone era. She was named one of True West’s favorite western artist for 2012, and was nominated for the 2012 & 2013 Western Music Association Crescendo Award & 2014 song of the year in 2014 with her song “Cowboy Hat.” She was named female western singer and western album of the year with the Academy of Western Artists in 2012.  Read More & Video

Sam DeLeeuwSam DeLeeuw  knows what she’s talking about, make no mistake! Twenty-plus years a rancher’s wife; she’s herded  horses, cows, sheep, and two rodeo queens. In college, she was the only girl in the ag-curriculum and was a popular date because she’d help with the branding.  Her honors and awards are too numerous to mention, but include four time “Female Poet of the Year” (2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015) from the Western Music Association, and “Humorist of the Year” from the Academy of Western Artists.  Read More & Video

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