Elation Center for the Arts presents “Songs of the Hollywood Cowboys” with KG & The Ranger at 7 p.m., this Wednesday, Nov. 4. This concert will take place at the Unitarian Fellowship.
Cowboy heroes and the Old West come to life, when national harmony yodeling champions, KG and The Ranger, sing classic cowboy songs, yodel in harmony and spin a lariat! Celebrating their 20th year singing down the trail together, this class-act brings a fresh new sound to the classic songs of the Hollywood cowboys.
Remember how Roy Rogers and Gene Autry blazed across the Silver Screen, and always ended every movie with a song? KG & The Ranger’s award-winning show is keeping those heroes and their music alive!
KG & The Ranger is a husband and wife duo from Wisconsin - Karen Gogolick and Rick Roltgen. They met at a barn dance, some twenty years ago, and have since won numerous awards — performing at cowboy events from California to Florida — for their showmanship and fantastic harmony singing and harmony yodeling,
Prepare to be totally enchanted at “Songs of the Hollywood Cowboys,” when KG & The Ranger take you on a lighthearted, humorous, toe-tapping musical journey Way Out West. Audiences of all ages are guaranteed a good time. If you have fond memories of cowboy movie stars, or if you just like to daydream about the wide-open spaces and riding horses, you definitely won’t want to miss this show.
Please help us continue the tradition of our concert intermission/social by bringing a dessert to share.
There is limited seating available; it is highly suggested to purchase tickets early. Advance tickets are available online at http://elationarts.org and at the Higher Grounds Coffee Company for $15. Tickets at the door, if available, are $18.
The Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is located at 301 North Pagosa Blvd., past the fire station, around the back of Greenbriar Plaza in Unit B-15.
“Songs of the Hollywood Cowboys” is a production of Elation Center for the Arts, a nonprofit serving Pagosa Springs through fine arts community concerts, and music and dance classes.
For more information, call 731-3117.