The “Free Range Texan” podcast, hosted by veteran broadcaster “Michael Shawn” reveals the world view of a native West Texan, willing to share the products and food made famous by the cowboy lifestyle. Features such as “Michael Shawn’s Campfire”, interviews and commentary. There are true stories, tall tales and campfire visits that are a warm and rich experience. “Free Range Texan” is appropriate for all ages, but maintains a consistent target of males and females 35 years plus.
Michael Shawn explores the world of SugarCane Jane and afterwards, at Michael Shawn’s Campfire, we explore a real treasure still lost in the mountains just north of El Paso.
Gary Burk III
Gary Burk III is one of the best examples of a young recording artist finding his way through a world pandemic, and Michael Shawn’s Campfire tells the tale of a Texas poltergeist revealing itself through true events.
Canadian artist Kristen Karma explodes onto our Free Range Talent File, and Michael Shawn’s Campfire takes us to the early days of shoot-outs and healthcare in Abilene, Texas.
A snippet of Roger Dykes “Just Sayin”, a visit with Joe Taylor about a giant dug up in West Texas, and Michael Shawn’s Campfire with the story of Ranger Bennett.
Jeremy Parsons II
Jeremy Parsons returns with a situation update on his life, career, and music. It was good to hear from our old friend. We think our listeners will enjoy. And on Michael Shawn’s Campfire, a Chiricahua Apache tale of life in the desert southwest and, as usual in the desert, we find out that not everything is as it seems.
Songman Cary Banks
In Episode 47, Songman Cary Banks talks about his new book and sings for us. And Michael Shawn's Campfire tells the story of Black Jack Ketchum.