Uncategorized | August 15, 2008
Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Michael Hurwitz is having a busy August. Yesterday he was on KUWR’s “Morning Music” with Grady Kirkpatrick. He played songs from his latest CD, “Cowboy Fandango.” They included “Tom Horn,” about the legendary hired gun, and “Garden Spot Pavillion,” the now-defunct venue in Medicine Bow that used to be a stop for country-western greats such as Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, Ernest Tubb, and Patsy Cline. Listen to MP3 clips of some of these songs by going to http://www.mikehurwitz.com/.
August 15, Centennial Valley Trading Post, Centennial, with his band, The Aimless Drifters
August 17, Jackson Hole Center for the Arts, Jackson, with Don Edwards. FMI: www.jhcenterforthearts.org
August 18-21, Pack trip in the Teton Wilderness in Jackson Hole with Dave Stamey. FMI: Empty Rocker Productions, 307-413-9462
August 30, Cheyenne Heart of the West Cowboy Festival, Cheyenne, with Jon Chandler and the Wichitones, Andy Nelson, Otto Rosfeld, and others
August 31, Beartree Tavern, Centennial