Sunday, January 24, 2010
The Diamond W Wranglers played the Pretty Prairie Civic Theatre tonight and I was thrilled to get to see them again. It's always a treat to hear them - they produce this incredible sound together.
Stu Stewart (left) does most of the lead vocals, and Jim Farrell (right) does harmony. Jim also writes a lot of the music, including a couple of my favorites that they do.
The newest member of the group is Chip Worthington on bass.
Stu and Jim have played together a long time and have it down to a science.
Steve Crawford plays drums and is known as the "Rhythmic Cowboy."
It was a great evening of music.
If you get a chance to see the Diamond W Wranglers, take advantage of it - they're really wonderful. It's very hard for me to sit still for an extended period of time, but I have never, ever, wanted one of their shows to be over. I always want them to keep playing and singing.
They had a nearly sold out crowd tonight. I'm glad I was part of it.
Make plans to see them Friday night, Jan. 29, at Cowtown, as they celebrate Kansas Day with music, a chuckwagon supper and a special presentation by the one and only Marci Penner of the Kansas Sampler Foundation. Trust me, it will be a great way to spend a Friday night.
Posted by Patsy Terrell at 12:39 AM