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American Cowboy CD

Notice: Due to rodeo and church obligations,
please allow up to 2-3 weeks to receive your order.

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This just-released CD is now available from Frost Enterprises.
The producer of this CD has worked with the Frost family regarding the song: "He Didn't Hear The Thunder",
which was recorded in memory of Lane. 
Also note that 10% of gross sales go towards the "Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund" which was started in 1989.

$15.00
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American Cowboy: Fast Breaking Out Of The Gate With Rodeo & Music Fans

Nashville, TN - Out of left field, or make that out of the far left gate of the rodeo arena, 
comes a fresh concept that's set to fast catch the imagination of the nation!

American Cowboy, officially released on October 23rd, is a virtual rodeo album "who's who" of champions  
a musical compilation of THE top names in the world of pro rodeo, who've come together 
to the surprise and delight of music and rodeo fans to "sing out" 
for one singular purpose:  To pay tribute to their sport and their fans.  
Ten percent of gross sales from the CD are being donated to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund, 
a national fund established by the Justin Boot Company to aid rodeo professionals in times of need.

With legendary names like Larry Mahan, Donny Gay, and Monty Henson  
(all Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Members), 
Fred Whitfield
, Rope Myers, Janet Stover, Speed Williams, Dan Mortensen
Sherry Cervi, Rich Skelton, champion Bull Riders (Gay & Mahan), Saddle Bronc Riders 
(Mortenson & Henson), Calf Roper (Whitfield), Team Ropers (Williams & Skelton), 
Barrel Racers (Stover & Cervi), and Steer Wrestler (Myers)  
all major events within the arena have come together for a groundbreaking project in the 
world of rodeo and music.

The project, more than a year in the making, is the creative brainchild of G.D. Stinson, 
of the NLT Music Group, 
who produced the CD in Nashville, recording it in studios throughout Texas and Oklahoma 
as the respective champions had breaks from the rodeo circuit.  
"I think fans are going to be amazed at what we've captured musically on these legends," he noted.  
Stinson calls the endeavor, "A massive undertaking and a true labor of love. 
The riders proved harder to rope than a rocket in the draw!"

Part of the "labor of love" is caught in the tracks of cut nine, 
"He Didn't Hear The Thunder" performed by Hall of Famer Larry Mahan and Ronnie Twist.  
The song is a tribute to the memory of 26-year-old champion bull rider, Lane Frost, 
who was killed in the Cheyenne rodeo arena in 1989.  
The story of his life was subsequently immortalized in the major motion picture 8 Seconds.  
Frost's parents, Elsie and Clyde Frost of Lane, Oklahoma have fully endorsed American Cowboy.

Promotion of the project is scheduled to be on a major national scale.  Noted Stinson, 
"With the array of champions we've brought together for this project, 
we could launch nothing less than a world class event promotion that would befit 
the stature of the participants."


Also On Album....


DONNIE GAY
Mesquite, Texas

PRO RODEO
HALL OF FAME

Inducted: 1979

PBR
RING OF HONOR

Inducted: 1997

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


BULL RIDING
1974, 1975, 1976, 1977,
1979, 1980, 1981, 1984

NARRATION:
"GOD BLESS
THE RODEO CLOWN"


LARRY MAHAN
Guffey, Colorado

PRO RODEO
HALL OF FAME

Inducted: 1979

PBR
RING OF HONOR

Inducted: 1998

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


ALL AROUND COWBOY
1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970,
and 1973

BULL RIDING
1965, 1967

SONG:
"A FAST LIVIN' - SLOW DYIN'
BREED"
 

DAN MORTENSEN
Billings, Montana

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


ALL AROUND COWBOY
1997

SADDLE BRONC
1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998

RECITATION:
"COWBOY'S PRAYER"

FRED WHITFIELD
Hockley, Texas

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


ALL AROUND COWBOY
1999

CALF ROPING
1991, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000

SONG:
"CALF ROPING SON OF GUN"
 


SPEED WILLIAMS
Jacksonville, Florida

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


TEAM ROPING - HEADER
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

2002 OLYMPICS
SILVER MEDALIST

SONG:
"TEAM ROPERS"

RICH SKELTON
Llano, Texas

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


TEAM ROPING - HEELER
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

2002 OLYMPICS
SILVER MEDALIST

SONG:
"TEAM ROPERS"
 

ROPE MYERS
Van, Texas

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIP


STEER WRESTLING
2001

2002 OLYMPICS
GOLD MEDALIST

SONG:
"STILL HOLDIN' ON"

JANET STOVER
Rusk, Texas

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIP


BARREL RACING
2001

2002 OLYMPICS
BRONZE MEDALIST

SONG:
"FIVE YEAR OLD COWBOY"
 

SHERRY CERVI
Marana, Arizona

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


BARREL RACING
1995, 1999

SONG:
"RODEO WIND"

MONTY HENSON
Weatherford, Texas

PRO RODEO
HALL OF FAME

Inducted: 1994

PRCA WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS


SADDLE BRONC
1975, 1976, 1982

SONG:
"NUEVO LAREDO"
 







 





 

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