Originally Published: April 18, 2017 5:59 a.m.
The Phippen Museum offers an evening of cowboy song, stories and fun with poet and singer Gail Steiger, and poet and author Amy Hale Auker at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 20, at the museum.
Another in a series of entertaining Third Thursday Dinner Programs, this popular Western review will be catered by Big Daddy E’s Barbeque. Museum members admitted for $25 and guests for $30.
Steiger is a multi-talented poet, musician and working cowboy who comes from both a ranching and songwriting background. His grandfather, Gail Gardner, was a local personality who wrote several well-known cowboy songs, including “Tying Knots in the Devil’s Tail” (or “Sierry Pete’s”) and “The Dude Wrangler.”
Auker is an award-winning author who writes and thrives on a local ranch where she continues to have a love affair with rock, mountains, piñon forests, the weather and Steiger, her songwriter, ranch foreman husband.
Space is limited and these presentations are consistently sold out, so be sure to make reservations by calling the museum at 928-778-1385.
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