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We were delighted to take part in the salute to Randy Travis last night in front of many thousand fans at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

“Randy’s an old friend and a former neighbor of mine,” said Too Slim, “and he’s had a rough streak lately. I was so glad I got to hug his neck and tell him I loved him.”

Riders In The Sky were part of a Grand Ole Oprycast rendering of “I’ll Fly Away,” which brought the ginormous crowd to its feet in a joyous singalong. 

The star-studded fundraiser for stroke detection, rehab, and awareness raised a bunch of money for a great cause, and, of equal importance, recognized and celebrated a transformative artist and a really good guy.

“That was good,” reflected Joey, the Certified Accordion Player, as we left the stage. And so it was.

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The Riders In The Sky vintage "Great Trail Drive" stage banner, lost some 30 years ago, has come back!

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Without further ado, Ranger Doug's year-end roundup!

Dear Saddle Pals, time for our yearly statistical update, as we finished 2016 with a motor home wreck and our 7,067th performance which was at the 

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