38 min

Freddie Fuller: The Singing Cowboy and The Power of Musical Last Wishes Better Place Project with Steve Norris

    • Documentary

In this episode, we speak with Freddie about the power of music in our lives and his passion for playing musical last wishes;  singing and playing his guitar for those who are dying.

FREDDIE FULLER, also known as the “The Singing Cowboy,” is a singer, songwriter, musician and storyteller.  For decades, Freddie has performed before thousands at various functions, from house concerts to larger venues such as the famous Broken Spoke. Freddie entertained the troops in Iraq at the request of the commanding General.  As told by Reader's Digest, Freddie is also a frequent performer for Swan Songs, a non-profit that brings the gift of song to people at the end of life. 

Freddie created and has performed his “History of Texas Cowboy 1850-1900” educational programs to hundreds of public schools and colleges.  No stranger to the stage, Freddie has performed musical theater and appeared on local and national television and radio.  He was one of the recently featured performers at The Bastrop Farm Street Opry.   

For more information, please visit www.thesingingcowboy.net
https://www.rd.com/article/cowboy-plays-music-for-dying/

Please follow us on Instagram at @BetterPlaceProj

In this episode, we speak with Freddie about the power of music in our lives and his passion for playing musical last wishes;  singing and playing his guitar for those who are dying.

FREDDIE FULLER, also known as the “The Singing Cowboy,” is a singer, songwriter, musician and storyteller.  For decades, Freddie has performed before thousands at various functions, from house concerts to larger venues such as the famous Broken Spoke. Freddie entertained the troops in Iraq at the request of the commanding General.  As told by Reader's Digest, Freddie is also a frequent performer for Swan Songs, a non-profit that brings the gift of song to people at the end of life. 

Freddie created and has performed his “History of Texas Cowboy 1850-1900” educational programs to hundreds of public schools and colleges.  No stranger to the stage, Freddie has performed musical theater and appeared on local and national television and radio.  He was one of the recently featured performers at The Bastrop Farm Street Opry.   

For more information, please visit www.thesingingcowboy.net
https://www.rd.com/article/cowboy-plays-music-for-dying/

Please follow us on Instagram at @BetterPlaceProj

38 min