‘Sit a Tall Horse,’ by Paul Hunter, is a contemporary Western novel that pays homage to cowboys working on big outfits.
Photographer Jim McGuire’s ‘Nashville Portrait’s’ collection captures the magic of country music in the 70s and 80s.
Singer-songwriter Tom Russell releases his new book ‘The Ballad of Western Expressionism.’ Fans will enjoy his artwork as much as his music.
From finely engraved cinch rings, bits and spurs to mustache combs, tooled leather and saddle silver, some may call Peters a “problem solver artisan.”
Russell’s book, his art and the creative works of so many others within the genre (including Western Horseman) have been and continue to be created by a driving passion that the West is more than a place.
In describing effective horse-training methods, authors Tom Dorrance, Ray Hunt and Buck Brannaman also teach a lot about having more effective relationships in general – with your horse, your spouse, your kids and your coworkers.
Brenda Negri’s memoir ‘The Big Out There’ shares what buckaroo life was like in the 1970s and ’80s, and aims to inspire women who may want to ride for a living.
Western folk music legends Ian & Sylvia release their latest project, a retrospective double album of “lost tapes.”
Driftwood’s legacy went beyond the breeding program of Channing and Katy Peake. His impact continues to impact ranching bloodlines.