Join us on Saturday, October 26, 2019, for an evening of original and borrowed music about Cowboys, Cowgirls, howlin' coyotes, horses, hay and cows!
Patty Clayton has been recognized as having “a voice as pure as the prairie wind” and is known for putting her own brand on Western and Bluegrass music as a performing songwriter based out of Colorado. Patty’s original Buckaroo Ballads, Bluegrass and Western Swing songs celebrate the present and the yesteryears of the American West. Both the Western Music Association out of Albuquerque, NM and the Academy of Western Artists based in TX, have presented her with Female Vocalist of the Year awards and Western Swing CD of the Year.
Accompanying Patty will be the spirited Caroline Pond on fiddle who left the Snake Oil Medicine Show band in Asheville, NC a few years ago landing on Oahu where she has immersed herself in her art and music. Steve Ryan, formerly from Colorado, now residing in Hilo, HI where he was the driving force on banjo for the former Saddle Road band currently performs with the Hilobillies and conducts musical workshops at Hawaii’s Bluegrass in the Ko’olau’s campouts. Lastly, joining Patty on the upright bass is Jan Willis, having relocated back to Colorado from Kona, HI where she was a founding member of the Voggy Mountain Ramblers and Saddle Road bluegrass bands