Cultural Arts Council
Spring Concert Series - 2004
Saturday, May 22nd, 7-9 pm
Doc Stovall & the Cowboy Band
The Tumbleweed Cowboy (and Cowgirl) Band always pleases the crowd with favorites from their repertoire of "America's Music." It's a little bit cowboy, a little bit swing - music you can sing along with, dance to, or just sit back and enjoy. This versatile group features guitar, pedal steel, and warm vocal harmonies.
Official Cowboy Balladeer of the State of Georgia Doc Stovall brings cowboy music and poetry alive in his performances. A resident of Lithia Springs and native of the Southern Appalachians of Southwestern Virginia, Stovall regularly appears as a featured performer at Cowboy Gatherings and Western Festivals. His work -- trail songs, songs of ranch life, songs of the Western range and mountains as well as humorous looks at the West through parody and satire -- has received many nominations from the Academy of Western Artists and the Southwest Nighthawks Storytellers Association.
A BMI songwriter, Doc publishes his work through Carolina Sage Brush Publishing. His album, Western Journeys, features original music and poetry and is available at Silver Creek Cowboy. As a regular co-host of the television series, Love of the West, Doc's personal knowledge and insight into the history of the West gives his programs a unique flavor and authenticity. He will perform in "Trails Plowed Under" with Jim Dunham across the U.S. in the coming year, and recently performed at the Booth Western Art. Doc also frequently performs with Georgia State Cowboy Poet Jerry Warren. Stovall and Warren are the co-founders of COPAS, the Cowboy Performing Arts Society.
The Tumbleweed Trio includes guitar and bass player Billy Puckett, dobro and guitar player Ross Sturdivant, and Doc Stovall. For more info, visit www.loveofthewest.com, www.cowboypoetry.com/docstoval.htm or www.silvercreekmusic.com/docstovall.html.
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