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Wylie Gustafson (The Kennedy Center)

Wylie Gustafson

Wylie Gustafson ’s performing career began in his teens. His break came when his band, Wylie & The Wild West, appeared on Ronnie Mack’s Barn Dance at The Palomino Club in North Hollywood, which helped them secure a record deal. That done, he moved Dusty, Washington, where he established the Cross Three Quarter Horse Ranch. Wylie remains a full-time cutting horse trainer and competitor, as well as a full-time musician. He has recorded over fifteen albums, and has played thousands of venues around the world, including more than fifty appearances on The Grand Ole Opry.

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Paul Zarzyski / Wylie Gustafson 10/6/09: Paul Zarzyski / Wylie Gustafson

Montana’s cowboy poet Paul Zarzyski and cowboy singer-composer Wylie Gustafson have pursued their writing and riding passions as poets, songwriters, and horsemen for more than 35 years. Part of the Homegrown: The Music of America concert series.

Paul Zarzyski / Wylie Gustafson

Montana’s cowboy poet Paul Zarzyski and cowboy singer-composer Wylie Gustafson have pursued their writing and riding passions as poets, songwriters, and horsemen for more than 35 years. Part of the Homegrown: The Music of America concert series.

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