Boot heels will be tapping when award-winning Western singer Dave Stamey appears at Music on The Divide’s concert on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 3 p.m. at the IOOF Hall, 6240 Main St. in Georgetown.
Stamey’s music is more than wonderful singing and superb guitar playing. His lyrics tell tales of the West, of pushing cows and campfires, of love lost, of respecting the land, of heroes of yesterday.
Drawing from real life experiences of being a cowboy, Stamey’s music can pluck at the heartstrings within a single verse and make you long for days of yesteryear.
Cowboys and Indians Magazine has called Stamey the “Charley Russell of Western Music.” Stamey has been a cowboy, mule packer, dude wrangler and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today.
He has been twice voted Entertainer of the Year, three times Male Performer of the Year and twice Songwriter of the Year by the Western Music Association and received the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists.
Stamey has delighted audiences in 14 states and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses.
To add even more fun for concert-goers, there will be a cowboy hat and cowgirl hat contest, judged by none other than Cowboy Dave Stamey. Winners will be rewarded with cash.
Doors of the IOOF Hall, at the corner of Highway 193 and Main Street in Georgetown, open at 2 p.m. to supporting members and at 2:30 p.m. for the public. Tickets are available at the door.
For more information about Music on The Divide, including dates of future concerts and how to join this organization visit MusicOnTheDivide.org.