77 episodes

Andy Hedges interviews a different guest on each episode and asks them to share stories from the working cowboy West and beyond. Cowboy poets, musicians, songwriters, folksingers, and historians. Subscribe on iTunes for new episodes!

Cowboy Crossroads Andy Hedges

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    • 5.0 • 237 Ratings

Andy Hedges interviews a different guest on each episode and asks them to share stories from the working cowboy West and beyond. Cowboy poets, musicians, songwriters, folksingers, and historians. Subscribe on iTunes for new episodes!

    Episode 77: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell (Part 1)

    Episode 77: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell (Part 1)

    Horseman, braider, and reciter Randy Rieman returns to Cowboy Crossroads to discuss the Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. In part one, Randy talks about Russell's life and work, discusses early Montana history, and reads from a few of Russell's letters. 
     
    Find out more about Randy Rieman at www.randyrieman.com
     
    This episode was sponsored by Jayson Jones Bits & Spurs. Find out more about Jayson Jones at www.jaysonjonesspurs.com
     
    Become a patron at www.patreon.com/cowboycrossroads

    • 59 min
    Episode 76: Trinity Seely

    Episode 76: Trinity Seely

    Singer/songwriter Trinity Seely talks about growing up in the remote Chilcotin country of British Columbia, working on ranches in Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Montana, becoming the Director of the Horse Program at The Thatcher School, and conveying emotion through music. 
     
    Find out more about Trinity Seely at www.trinityseely.com
     
    Find out more about Cowboy Crossroads at www.andyhedges.com
     
    Become a patron at www.patreon.com/cowboycrossroads

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Episode 75: Dr. Charles "Bud" Townsend (Part 2)

    Episode 75: Dr. Charles "Bud" Townsend (Part 2)

    Part 2 with rodeo announcer, boot salesman, history professor, and writer Dr. Charles "Bud" Townsend. In this episode Dr. Townsend talks about teaching history, how rodeo influenced his academic career, and how he became a salesman with Olsen-Stelzer Boots. 
     
    Find out more about Cowboy Crossroads at www.andyhedges.com
     
    Become a patron at www.patreon.com/cowboycrossroads

    • 36 min
    Episode 74: Dr. Charles "Bud" Townsend (Part 1)

    Episode 74: Dr. Charles "Bud" Townsend (Part 1)

    Dr. Charles Bud Townsend shares stories from a lifetime as a rodeo announcer, boot salesman, history professor, and writer. Tune in to hear about his family history, how he became a rodeo announcer, and the story of writing the definitive biography of Bob Wills. Along the way he tells stories about Jimmie Rodgers, Ruth Roach, and Bob Wills. 
     
    Find out more about Cowboy Crossroads at www.andyhedges.com
     
    Become a patron at www.patreon.com/cowboycrossroads

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 73: Linda Davis

    Episode 73: Linda Davis

    Fourth-generation rancher Linda Davis talks about growing up on the Tequesquite Ranch in the 1930s, becoming a part of the Bell Ranch cowboy crew as a 5 year old, and spending her life on the historic CS Ranch in northeastern New Mexico. She tells stories about rattlesnakes, learning to read from cowboys, her father's favorite cowboy poet, and her passion for horses and livestock.
     
    Find out more about Linda Davis and the CS Ranch at www.cscattle.com
     
    This episode was sponsored by the National Ranching Heritage Center. Find out more about them at www.ranchingheritage.org
     
    Become a patron at www.patreon.com/cowboycrossroads

    • 53 min
    Episode 72: Dale Burson

    Episode 72: Dale Burson

    Rancher and musician Dale Burson talks about his deep ranching roots, his love of the ranching lifestyle, playing music with his kids, the cowboy code, and the rich musical traditions of the Texas panhandle. 
     
    Find out more about Cowboy Crossroads at www.andyhedges.com
     
    Become a patron at www.patreon.com/cowboycrossroads

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
237 Ratings

237 Ratings

codysnotcool ,

Why can’t all podcast be like this.

Cowboy Crossroads is my favorite podcast. Every episode is done well. Andy ask great questions and then gives the guest space to tell their story. No jumping in their way or interrupting. Just conversation and story’s of new and old cowboy history. Give it a listen. You won’t be disappointed.

KyleMuennink ,

Great podcast!

Whether you are a working cowboy, music buff, city slicker, history geek, or somewhere in between, this podcast is for you! Andy does a fantastic job initiating thoughtful and interesting dialogue with exciting characters that embody the American dream and celebrate life in the West. I highly recommend everyone listen and I anxiously await future episodes.

Fallon Paul ,

Phenomenal

This is one of my favorite podcasts! I listen to it religiously. Sometimes I go back and listen to episodes again, that are just that good! Andy does a phenomenal job all around. I absolutely love the way he does the show, haven’t heard anything done better. This show never fails to leave me with a smile on my face and thoughts to ponder. Every once in a way while listening a tear rolls down my cheek but in a good way! For this I am grateful!

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