Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame member, Barry Ward, will present an evening of cowboy and cowboy gospel music.
Award-winning cowboy singer, Barry Ward, grew up farming and ranching in western Kansas. These days, Barry and his wife, Victoria, travel the U.S., performing in concert halls, rodeo arenas, churches, and lots of special events. Among the highlights of Barry's career are performances at Carnegie Hall, the Olympics, and in Cameroon, Africa. He has received awards from the International Western Music Association, the Academy of Western Artists, the Rural Roots Commission and others. He is a member of the Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame.
Join the Diamond W Wranglers for an evening of classic and cowboy Christmas music.
The Diamond W Wranglers began as the original band at the Prairie Rose Chuckwagon in 1999. Since that time, they have performed from coast to coast, and around the world. Among the many highlights were concerts in Nashville, the Great Wall of China, and two sold-out performances at Carnegie Hall.
Join the Bucky Fowler Family and Southern Charm for a night of country Christmas music.
Bucky Fowler began performing country music as a young teenager in the early 1970s. For several years, Bucky and his brothers worked together in the Fowler Brothers Band, which for a time included Martina McBride. Not long after Martina left to pursue her career in Nashville, Bucky's wife, Karla, became her permanent replacement. In 1995,Bucky and Karla's daughters, Kristine, Kelcy and Kandace, joined the group. These days the sisters are known as Southern Charm.