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“Few things I like more than live radio, especially historic live radio,” said Too Slim after Riders hosted Ernest Tubb Record Shop's Midnite Jamboree last Saturday night. “What a night!”

Highlights included Woody Paul playing a fiddle given to him by Roy Acuff 50 years ago, newly restored, (the fiddle, not Roy, and certainly not Woody) and singing “Wabash Cannonball.” Then there was the young lady from The Dells, Wisconsin, Rebekah Rodwell, now attending Belmont University who got up and fiddled “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” and testified as to how Riders influenced her years ago to pursue her dream of a life in music. And who can forget Jeff Taylor, subbing for Joey, essaying a languid and lovely “Twilight Time.” Add in Ranger Doug’s off-hand hilarity, and you get the picture.

“Next time can’t come too soon,” said Mr. Slim.

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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 

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

Yes, in a startling development, the always observant Ranger Doug noticed the beloved theatrical backdrop backstage at the Olympia ...

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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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Christmas the Cowboy Way 2016 was a mighty fine tour full of western wit, Yuletide favorites and high-yodeling holiday celebration. But early this morning, as the Riders headed home from an extensive twenty days on the trail, a ...

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The elves at Too Slim's Mercantile have shipped off for sunnier shores and will return to ship all future orders on Dec. 30. Merry Christmas!

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Ranger Doug, Idol of American Youth and Governor of the Great State of Rhythm, picked up another Grammy nomination this week for his stellar work with western swing powerhouse 

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Too Slim reflects on 39 years pushing Good Beef to Hungry People.

I’m talking Riders In The Sky
You know that band?
Play cowboy music all over the land

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Riders In The Sky picked up another accolade in their storied 39 year career, winning True West Magazine's coveted “Best Western Music Group 2016!”

“This ...

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The Moffats... well, two of them at least, stopped by The Cowboy Way dressing room this weekend at the Grand Ole Opry. Fans of Riders TNN Christmas specials will ...

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