November 19 and 21 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

November 18, 2020

November 19 and 21 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

Photo L-R: Row 1- Belinda Gail, R.W. Hampton
Row 2 - Kip Calahan Young, Randy Rasmussen

Enjoy radio show interviews on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network and The Writer's Block Radio Show. SOUNDS OF THE SEASON continues on CAMPFIRE CAFE with special guests BELINDA GAIL, KIP CALAHAN YOUNG, and R.W. HAMPTON. They share the music and backstories of their holiday recording OUR FIRST NOEL. We welcome Back Country Horsemen of America's Director, Public Lands & Recreation RANDY RASMUSSEN to this week's SADDLE UP AMERICA. Tune into THE WRITER'S BLOCK for conversation with CHRIS ENSS, an award-winning screen writer who has written for television, short subject & feature films, and standup comedians. Join OutWest Shop's Scout, Bobbi Jean, on the OUTWEST HOUR, Saturday November 21, for a rebroadcast of "Swingin' OutWest."
       cd Our First Noel
NOVEMBER 19, 2020  EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO NETWORK 
FEATURED GUESTS ON CAMPFIRE CAFE
BELINDA GAIL, KIP CALAHAN YOUNG, R.W. HAMPTON
12:00 -1:00pm (CST)
Our "Sounds of the Season" celebration continues with three of the four musicians performing on this remarkable CD, Our First Noel. You need this in your Christmas music library!
What do you get when you combine four of Western music’s top award winners in the same album? Answer: a sensational CD! And this one’s sure to brighten the holidays for everyone! The vocalists are at their very best, and the musicians and arrangements are superb. This is not a typical Christmas CD, repeating songs we’ve all heard a million times. To be sure, there are a few Christmas classics. For example, R.W. Hampton delivers a most enjoyable rendition of “Mary’s Little Boy Child,” and Belinda Gail sings a perfectly beautiful “Mary Did You Know,” the best version I’ve ever heard. But there are lots of originals as well, and several of the 14 selections are, very appropriately, Western Christmas songs.
   – O.J. Sikes, Host of “Western Music Time,” BostonPete.com

Back Country Horseman of America Logo Randy Rasmussen
FEATURED GUEST ON SADDLE UP AMERICA
RANDY RASMUSSEN
1:00-2:00pm (CST)
Just what and who are Back Country Horsemen of America? Randy Rasmussen, Back Country Horsemen of America's Director, Public Lands & Recreation, joins us with the latest news of the organization. BCHA members are men and women who belong to a national non-profit organization. A 501(c)(3) serving 204 local and state chapters across the country.the grassroots members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward the organization’s mission and values—lead BCHA organizations throughout the United States. Coordinating with conservation corps and youth groups, United States Forest Service, National Park Service, and Bureau of Land Management, BCHA ensures tomorrow’s leaders have outdoor and wilderness experiences.
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      Chris Enss
NOVEMBER 19, 2020 THE WRITER'S BLOCK RADIO SHOW
SHOW #284 A CONVERSATION WITH CHRIS ENSS
Chris Enss is a New York Times Best Selling author, a scriptwriter and comedienne who has written for television and film, and performed on cruise ships and on stage. She has worked with award-winning musicians, writers, directors, producers, and as a screenwriter for Tricor Entertainment, but her passion is for telling the stories of the men and women who shaped the history and mythology of the American West. She shares the stories of the famous but, perhaps, most extraordinary are the stories of the ordinary men and women who shaped American history when they came west as schoolmarms, gold miners, madams, and mail-order brides.
            Playing for Time: The Death Row Inmates

The Death Row All Stars: A Story of Baseball, Corruption, and Murder
For Joseph Seng and the other death row inmates in the line-up for the Wyoming State Penitentiary All Stars, baseball was literally a game of life or death. Based on primary source documents, some unearthed at the old prison itself, Playing for Time recreates the compelling story of this team of hardened criminals who excelled at a civilized game to become amateur sports heroes, and of the key player who led them to many victories.

         According to Kate Book Cover
According To Kate: The Legendary Life of Big Nose Kate, Love of Doc Holliday
Doc Holliday’s paramour Big Nose Kate could never get a publisher to give her the big bucks she demanded to tell the story of her life, but that didn’t mean she didn’t collect material she wanted to use in a biography. Over the fifty years Mary Kate Cummings, alias Big Nose Kate, traversed the West she saved letters from her family, musings she had written about her love interests, and life with the notorious John Henry Holliday. Using rare, never before published material Big Nose Kate stock-piled in anticipation of writing the tale of her days on the Wild Frontier, the definitive book about the famous soiled dove will finally be told.
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OutWest Hour Radio Show November 21, 2020
Swingin' OutWest
Roll up the rug or step on the patio, put on something with fringe, turn up the volume and DANCE!
Rebroadcast of Show #78 Swingin' OutWest, June 6, 2020

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