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Cowboy Poets Hoofing it to Arvada

Posted by lgirard on January 11th 2008 to Center News,In the News



Cowboy Poets Hoofing it to Arvada
Bill Barwick, left, harmonizes with Roz Brown on Jan. 5 at the Buckhorn Exchange, 1000 Osage St., Denver. Barwick will be performing at the 2008 Cowboy Poetry Gathering at the Arvada Center, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd.

Contributed by: Seth Davis/ staff on 1/11/2008

Liz Masterson, a Denver native, has been involved in organizing the Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Arvada since it began in 1990. The singer and yodeler also gives classroom lessons about cowboy poetry and music, and said the efforts to keep the Western traditions alive through today’s youth seem to be paying off.

“I think it’s working real well. I just did (a lesson) out in Nebraska where I spent a week in the schools to talk about singing and yodeling,” Masterson said. “I think kids are really receptive to that. I think it’s a real important mission.”


One response to “Cowboy Poets Hoofing it to Arvada”

  1. Kathy Herring says:

    We are looking for a cowboy poet for our state Winnebago Rally for 2009 at Brenkenridge Sept 19th, I believe that is a Sat. Please email me. We have a limited budget, so please give me a ballpark figure.

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