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Buckaroo Ball
  • Artist: Dave Munsick
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 888174083056
  • Item #: 759066X
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 1/1/1996
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Buckaroo Ball on CD

Wyoming's been keeping a secret, mostly hidden in the folds of the Big Horn Mountains. The secret lies in the way that the connective power of Dave Munsick's music ties to the echoes of the land, lore and life of the west. Dave has a long history of living life to it's fullest, working from Mexico to Canada at occupations that have kept him close to the land and it's people. His rich life and lyrical melodies allow listeners to be captured into the times and the places of which he sings. He has written scores of songs, themes for plays, produced and released 4 cds of his songs, and has made several history and science educational music videos. In addition, he has opened for or performed on fiddle, piano, and guitar for artists including Chris LeDoux, Gary McMahan, Lyle Lovette, Hank Thompson, Ian Tyson, Darrell McCall and Johnny Bush. He gives song writing workshops, arranges music for his band, the Powder River Boys, has had his music played on television, U.S. and European radio stations, and been reviewed in Western Horseman, Rope Burns, and Cowboy magazines. This CD, BUCKAROO BALL, is the result of songs that Dave wrote for an annual dance that he plays with his band as a kicking party for the Sheridan area's ranching community. Listen closely and you'll hear the boots keeping the down beats, see the colors whirling around, and feel like you are cowboyed up at the Sheridan Inn on a fall evening with your buddies.