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Wylie and the Wild West

He’s a rancher and horse trainer from the Cross Three Ranch just outside the tiny town of Dusty, Washington, population eleven. He lives and works in southeastern Washington’s Palouse Hills, a region best known for the deepest topsoil in the world. His music thrills working cowboys and Seattle nightclubbers alike. Wylie Gustafson and his four-piece band, Wylie and the Wild West, play what they call “fine Western music.” It’s a blend of County &Western, cowboy, Western swing, and American folk music that defies genre but inspires diverse audiences, east, west, and in between.

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Wylie and the Wild West 10/8/03: Wylie and the Wild West

Wylie and the Wild West blend western swing, classic country, cowboy, and folk as a backdrop to the crooning of cowboy poetry by rancher Wylie Gustafson.

Wylie and the Wild West

Wylie and the Wild West blend western swing, classic country, cowboy, and folk as a backdrop to the crooning of cowboy poetry by rancher Wylie Gustafson.

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