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Pipp and Lloyd joke and sing about the foolhardiness of the best-laid plans, with the help of lyrics penned by Waddie Mitchell. Pipp Gillette and Lloyd Wright perform "Grandpa" during the "Cowboy Stew" show at the 36th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.
Wylie and crew keep it lean and mean with a working man's song about bucking bales. Wylie & the Wild West perform "200 Tons To Go" during the "Battle of the Bands" show at the 36th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.
Trinity lopes through a lyrical lesson about what to do when you fall off a horse. Trinity Seely performs "Get Back on Again and Ride" during "The Sound of Horses" show at the 36th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.
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Trinity Seely grew up in the heart of ...
Trinity whistles through a list of the little things that drive us mad (with love). Trinity Seely performs "The Little Things" during the "Anchoring the Tradition" show at the 35th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.
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Trinity Seely grew up in the heart of c...
Trinity and Marinna play to your heartstrings with an ode to the perks of the job. Trinity Seely and Marinna Mori perform "Cowboy's Wage" during "The Sound of Horses" show at the 36th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.
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Marinna Mori is an 11-year-old ...