Keepin' It Cowboy
Thank you for visiting my website.
e-mail me with your comments for
I enjoyed the Christmas Special on CMT and you
have a great web site. Keep up the good work and I'm looking foreword to
seeing you in June in Dodge City.
Henderson Quarter Horses
Been meaning to write and tell you how much
we enjoyed the CMT Christmas Show. By reading the comments in your guest
book I see many many folks liked it as well. I hope everyone will forward
their comments on to CMT then maybe CMT will see there is much interest in
the Western/Cowboy Movement be it music or cowboy poetry. Thanks for
helping to reopen the door for us. Keep up the great work....we really
May all your trails be Happy!
the not so World-Wide Unknown Poet, thanks to
I, too, discovered your radio shows on the CMT
special. I looked on your site for a link to listen, but I couldn't find
one. Please list the stations which carry your programming. Keep up the
loved the piece on CMT. I watched it every time it came on. Who are
good poets for me to listen to that you know of if I can find them back here
in Tennessee. I just wanted to say that I loved your show and the poets.
Thanks, Randy Davis
We need you in
Philadelphia Jo !!
Saw you on CMT-- GRRRRRRRRRRRRREAT show - loved your poets!!
WXTU is our country station
I learned about your radio show from the CMT Christmas special. I'm happy
to see a locally-owned, independent radio program spotlighted like it was.
It was truly inspiring.
From the TV program, I understand that you play music and poetry by amateur
performers. I write country songs. I'm trying to find a way to sell my
songs without actually picking up and moving to big-city Nashville. I live
in the Lake of the Ozarks area of Missouri and don't want to move to the
city if I can help it. I'd be honored if you would play one of my songs. Is
it possible for me to send you a CD to have aired on your program? I would
be happy just to know that some of my music is being heard by people who
appreciate country music and values. Thank you for any help or information
you can give me.
I just learned about your station from the CMT
Cowboy Country Special. I listen to WCTQ 92 FM in Venice, FL and I don't
think they play your station. I'm going to try to get you on my computer.
I really enjoy watching the special about you. My boyfriend enjoyed it a
lot. He is one of the few cowboy left around here. He's 48 and been
working cattle all his life and LOVES it. We have a very small herd here
but they are trying to run us out. The builders are are taking over. The
county wants to make this a retirement area. And they are doing it. Well I
just wanted you to know that I enjoyed the show and will try to get you on
the computer. Thank You, MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
We can't begin to tell you how excited we are about the program on CMT.
The "Christmas In Cowboy Country" program was GREAT. We figured they saved
the best for last. (It's to bad that they couldn't have put the entire radio
show on). I want to thank you for giving us the opportunity to be a part of
this program. This is just another example of the dedication that you have
for Cowboy Music and Poetry. We have truly enjoyed being on your show in the
past and look forward to being a part of it's future.
Your web site looks great. Keep it up!!!
Your Pals, Tim & Monica Graham
Words can't express what yours and Cliff's friendship means to Monica and I.
To us you are part of the family.
Hi! Saw the segment on the nation news
magazine show TV featuring KJON. What a treat to know you exist! I would
love to be able to tune via the Internet is that possible? I would even
be willing to pay a subscription fee to do so.
There ain't much real country out here in Tinseltown!
(Los Angeles) Merry Christmas
thoroughly enjoyed the "Christmas In Cowboy Country" show on tv and would
sure love to hear more of your radio station here in GA. Do any stations in
GA carry your programs? Sure would love to hear the special Christmas
programs with folks from your area participating with songs, poems and
stories. Someday we hope to come visit your area!
Cliff & Joyce Sikes
there, just saw you on cmt on the "Christmas in cowboy country" thought i
would look you up and see if ya had a web page, well i know the answer to
now, but was wondering if ya have a live link so we can hear ya out here
ceres california. Have a good one and look forward to hearing from
ya....Merry Christmas from the Burns family . manteca
Is there a Dallas area station that plays your
program? I saw the segment on CMT's Cowboy Christmas and enjoyed the music
and poetry. Please let me know if there is a station I can get here and
what the broadcast times are. Thank you and Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas(a mite late) from Lugoff, SC!
Just watching you and your station featured on
CMT Cowboy Country Christmas, I had to look right away to see if I could
listen via the internet. I didn't see a link for this, do plan for it in
Thanks very much,
saw your show on cmt...........its great..........i live in
orlando fla how can i listen to your station on the net ? do
you have a link that will let me listen
Just saw CMT's
Christmas in Cowboy Country...and was really glad to catch the segment
featuring you & the Christmas program in Anadarko. Fortunately, my sister
in Jacksonville, FL called just before it came on or I wouldn't have seen
it (she always watches out for me). I hope this will bring you increased
success & well deserved attention to what you're doing for the cowboy
life, music & poetry. Maybe next year, I could join some of your guests.
Have a great year!
We got to see this the first night it was on. It was a wonderful show.
Of course the last 15 minutes was the best part. We were truly inspired by
what you said and the way that came together with the poetry and music.
They could not have chosen a better person to represent and explain who
and what the cowboy poet is all about. You as well as those that were on
the show made us proud!
Brian & Sherry
Thanks Jo for the kind words and radio play. The Western Ballad Opera
Trilogy box set has really taken on a life of it's own. We are honored to
have you included in the Opera family so to speak as this thing evolves. It
was wonderful meeting you in Fort Worth and I am honored to call you friend.
Take care and God Bless.
Jo, I was so excited to
see you all on CMT!!! I think that it is so great what you are doing and
the recognition that it has brought you. I am right proud!! I have
had the best of intentions to call you and now I am out of excuses----I
retired from the school so now my time is free! So after the first of the
year I will call in to you. Once again….what would be the best time to
call and what do I need to have prepared, etc. etc. Have a great
“Somewhere in the West”
have been watching the CMT Special. I have to say excellent job.
Long time since our trails have crossed, or so it seems. I
was watching the video of the AWA awards again and was reminded of the joy
of that evening and how deserving I felt you were of the award you
received for your efforts to spread the Western gospel. Hope to see you
again real soon (in person) and will sure keep an eye for the CMT
presentation to get me in the holiday spirit and connect to friends. Hope
your holidays are joy filled, my friend and keep up your wonderful work.
Thanks for all of your support.
We are a ranch family and would love to have
the opportunity to hear your show. We saw it featured on CMT.
be appearing with Michael Martin Murphy as he does the Cowboy Christmas Show
in SS, TX. If you haven't had the opportunity to see this show, it's a
great cowboy family Christmas show. Hope to see you there. Tuesday, Dec.
16, 2003, 7:30 PM, Civic Center Sulphur Springs, TX Tickets 903/
Robert Joe Vandygriff
Congratulations, Jo, and
thanks for telling me about the show! By the way, Echoes of the Trail has
a trophy saddle to be raffled off in June. If anyone wishes to buy a
chance on the saddle, just send $5 to Echoes of the Trail, c/o Judy
Howser, 2280 Hackberry Rd., Fort Scott, KS. 66701. Need not be present to
win, and we will ship the saddle to the winner.
Thanks for all you do for
Echoes of the Trail and for preserving the history of the American cowboy. Judy
read this article on the web:
I really liked what I read. I live in the suburbs of New York City and
there isn't country station to be found, but unfortunately lots of
Hillary. (Sounds like a living #### doesn't it?)
If you ever decide to stream your broadcast on the web, please let me know.
Your station sounds like it would be a bright light in my life.
Well, I go back to listening to my CDs now.
While driving through Oklahoma the weekend of either 2/15-16 or 2/22-23, my
husband and I first discovered your wonderful radio program. I would like
to describe two poems we particularly enjoyed and have searched for without
success. One had a beautiful phrase, "Thank you God, for another day in the
saddle." The other was a story of a young man in a pen with a calf, who sees
and aspires to become a wrangler, trail boss, and so on up the ladder of
hierarchy all the way to the ranch owner, who meditates on what it would be
like to be just a boy in a pen with a calf. I don't know if this is enough
to help you recognize either poem, but if so, we would really appreciate
having their titles. I've signed on for your newsletter and am thrilled to
have discovered your website. I have always loved poetry, particularly
16th, 17th, and 18th-century -- as well as Rupert Brooke, Edna St. Vincent
Millay, and many others. Hearing your program has opened an entire new
venue and one which I am thoroughly enjoying exploring. Thank you. S. P.
Monroe, Fort Worth, Texas
Heard about you guys on the net...wish that you broadcast
on the net so that I could hear your show. Keep up the good job of making
sure that real country music stays alive in Oklahoma. It's the best...and
what passes for mainstream country radio today is a crime. If it weren't
for the internet, most people wouldn't be able to hear the genuine country
sound any more. My favorites generally come from the decade of the sixties
and I find myself depending on my personal collection and what I can borrow
from friends to copy. Thank goodness too that some labels are finally
reissuing some of the old stuff.Good luck to you and the station.Keepin' it
country, Sam Sattler
Greetings from Phoenix, Arizona. My wife and
I were watching a special on CMT the other night and they featured you and
your Radio station regarding your annual Christmas Cowboy Poetry
contest. Needless to say we were awed and glued to the television thru the
whole segment. The poetry bits that we heard were simply a blessing. To
be so gifted to write such beautiful poetry and to be blessed (us) enough
to catch it on TV. There is not much Cowboy Poetry out here that we have
seen although we really haven't looked. My point of this email is to tell
you that this poetry that I heard moved me. I think that these very
talented people have been blessed by the good Lord above to move people to
appreciate the beauty and simple life of the Cowboy way. The poetry that
I heard is still resonating in my mind, I have always wanted to live on a
farm and live a Cowboy life and someday I will. There was a gentleman on
your radio show and I do not know what his name is or the name of the poem
that he recited on the air at the time we saw the special. All I know is
that one part of his poem talked about "pearly gates". I know that I am
not giving you much to work with, but the poem is haunting my mind and I
need to know what it is called and if you know where I could get a
complete copy of the poem? I'm sure that we will never meet, but I
want you to know that I believe that we were destined to watch this
special and I wish more TV and newspapers would spend more time focusing
on what people are doing like yourselves to help others, because that is
really what its all about isn't it. Helping others. Your work and the
work of the artists helped me and moved me. Thank you for introducing us
to Cowboy Poetry and the work that you are doing to preserve this
I look forward to hearing from you. God
Howdy, Jo. My wife, Robbie, and I watched the Cowboy
Christmas program on CMT the other night, and we were delighted with your
segment. Keep on keepin' it cowboy! -The Muleshoe Storyteller, Wayne
Congrats! That is so Awesome Jo!!! We are putting a write up about this on
our front page. It will be uploaded later today. Keep me on your list. Love
the fact you do a Gospel Show. Praise God----and may HE richly bless you!
Congratulations on your part of the CMT
Cowboy Christmas show. I watched it Sat eve, then again Sun afternoon and
recorded it! I got my cd's you sent thanks, Leroy Jones ,Lloyd Shelby ,and
Steve Schick, they are all good! That is neat working out of small studio,
I liked the fact that it seems so real, our country music stations here
are no match! Well you had a real nice part. Glad I got to see you in
person, hope to hear from you soon ,any new cd's that come your way ,let
me know, if you like them they will be good, You led me to Duke Davis, and
then Steve Schick and Leroy Jones ,SUPER!!!!!
Fred Haines,TANEYTOWN , MARYLAND
I know you did a good job with the film
crew when they got there. I'll be looking for the show. Can you tell
me some stations where I might find "Keepin' it Cowboy?" I wish the
Hobart station would carry it. See ya! LeRoy
Congrats on the CMT program. Keep up the good work.
Historian, Educator, Entertainer, Songwriter
Long time no talk to. Just got back from
Tucson were I performed with Debra, Lil Bit and the bunch, and had a great
time. Looks like you're doin' great and I look forward to talking with you
sometime about my new book, "Riding the Hollywood Trail." Congratulations
on all your great fortune.
All the Best,
watched the show and it is great - it's a darned shame it didn't include
more of your people. When is your call-in show or has it already happened;
I'd like to participate if possible. You did a good job on the show, my
to Jay and the rest of the bunch..
I just wanted to say congratulations on your accomplishments, and to again
thank you for your help. It was good meeting you in Ft. Worth, and it is
good to see you doing well. Best wishes for a good Christmas season,
I'm not one to send e mails or contact people very often BUT ...I just found
out that they sold KJON! I've missed it being on the air for a few days
thinking maybe there was technical problems so I called Central Appliance to
find out why and they told me the station had sold and they only had a one
day notice....that's not good news for your listeners. I've listened to the
station since it was KRPT. Well, I just wanted to tell you that I've
really enjoyed your program, interviews, poetry, and music for the past few
years...the entire format for the station was great whether it was
bluegrass, western swing, old radio shows, or cowboy, it was the stuff you
don't get to hear anywhere else, and it's a true loss for those of us who
were regular listeners. If you're planning to continue your show, please
let us know where and when it will be carried so we can tune in. Right now,
radio just won't be the same.
Thanks for all of the work you've done and for playing those fine old cowboy
and western songs. A grateful listener in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Would love to hear
you on a Missouri station. We are 21 miles east of Rolla. Been here year and
a half from Texas. Looking for a Cowboy Church in these parts and none to be
found . IF you hear of any, please let me know.
Sure do wish you folks
broadcasted on the internet. Nothing in the world like classic country
IS THERE A RADIO
STATION HERE IN SAN ANTONIO TEXAS? WHERE WE COULD HEAR & IF SO WHAT
TIME AND WHEN
Saw you all on TV the other night. Great
show. Keep up the good work. Wish I could pick up your tunes down
here....maybe one day. Jerry Mohn, Van Alstyne, Tx
HELLO! WE ENJOYED WATCHING "A COWBOY CHRISTMAS" TONIGHT.
ALL OF IT WAS FABULOUS. IT SEEMS THAT EVERY ASPECT OF CHRISTMAS WAS SHOWN
. IT WAS A PLEASURE AND ENJOYMENT TO SEE YOU AND YOUR SEGMENT ON THE
SHOW. JUST LETTING YOU KNOW THAT YOU WERE SEEN. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU
AND YOURS DEE AND ANN GREEN( MARY'S SISTER AND BROTHER-IN- LAW)
My name's Johnny and I'm
mailing from Dallas, TX. If "Keepin It Cowboy" is on any of the
local stations, could you mail the info back. 95.3 khyi The Range is
the station that is most listened to in my truck. Thanks for keeping the
cowboy spirit alive!
Jo, I am
duty in the US Navy and
currently stationed in Millington, TN. After seeing your special on CMT I
went and looked up your station online. I was interested to see if
could tap into it online
and listen on my computer while I work. Do you know if this is possible?
Thanks, DJ Johnson
Do any stations in the Lubbock
area offer your show? If not we would surely like for them to.
I saw the Christmas special
three times. I wish I lived a little further west. I'd really like to live
a little more cowboy then TN. And yes Miss Ginny did steal the show, she's
a real sweetheart. I've written a bunch of swing songs which I hope to
record soon and I hope it turns out better then the last CD. I hope you
and yours have a wonderful holiday season.
Cactus Bob Davidson
Heard about you on CMT tonight.
I'd love to hear your broadcasts. I'm originally from Lawton, OK. Keep up the good work. In God's love, Sharon
my name is Dusty, im a 24 year old
cowboy from west jordan UTAH my family saw the part about your station on
C.M.T. and we want to know more! can we pick up your station on the net?
we are proud of you guys for keeping the cowboy spirit alive and respect
your work! Any way, keep up the good work out there and write me back, and
let me know of I can some way pick up your station out here! -k-
thank you ma'am
Hi Jo, I was very pleased
this morning to find in the Lawton Constitution a nice story
about my one of my favorite people. I was somewhat disturbed to read
farther down in the article that the owners of the Anadarko station had
chosen to move the station away and leave you high and dry. I hope that
you do syndicate your program and that you will have an even larger
coverage area than before. There are not nearly enough stations
that carry programs like Keepin' It Cowboy. You do a great job with the
program and are an asset to every gathering of people where you ply your
trade. If I can be of help to you, let me know and I will try. I don't
know many doors that I could open, and may not be in much condition to be
of any help for a while, but I want you to know how much I admire what you
do for the cowboy way of life. Just remember when you seem to have a
door closed in what you are doing, it just means that there is an even
larger door that will open for you. Believe that you have the ability to
use this new opportunity. LeRoy Jones
Jo, Americana Entertainment and
"This Week In AMERICANA" would like to congratulate you for your recent
award of excellence!! We would like to thank you and KJON for keeping
the true music out on the airwaves!
CONGRATULATIONS, GIRLFRIEND ! !
AND GOOD LUCK from all of us at The Hubbard Museum of the American West
in Ruidoso Downs, NM. Peg !
Thank you Jo......for helping to make our visit to Fort Worth and the Academy of Western Artists......one of the most
exciting and memorable Events of our lives! We're so happy to have finally got to meet you and thank you in person........You're the first DJ west of the
Mississippi River to play our music!....and to us......THAT's SPECIAL !!!
We're finally settled in I think.......only begin to float into the air SOMETIMES! I think awards have a tendency to do
that to people, don't you? Again.......thank you for your support......for playing the music......and for "Keepin' it Cowboy" !!!
Donna & "The Sisters"
Enjoyed your site!
It was such a pleasure to meet you at last at The AWA awards conference July 7 & 8 and I truly appreciate your wonderful support of my music and for playing it on your show. I also look forward to heading north of the Red River and coming up to do your show soon. Congratulations on your well deserved AWA Awards!
Brett Watts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Arlington, TX USA - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 09:48:33 (MST)
Greetings from Kappa Alpha (order) Beta Nu (Chapter).
We loved the site, loved it!
Prof Michael Austin
Kappa Alpha Beta Nu <Kappa Alpha Beta Nu>
Atlanta, GA USA - Tuesday, July 08, 2003 at 11:02:41 (MST)
My wife and I would like to thank you all for this web site. Hours of pleasure and all. Charles Jones
Slingback, Tennessee US of A - Monday, July 07, 2003 at 14:03:53 (MST)
Jo, love your website. You and your work are positive
lights in a dark old world and a nation that may-but i
hope not-be apathetic to more impending terriorist attacks.
Cherish your family and be thankful you are together.
God Bless you and yours.
okc, ok USA - Monday, May 19, 2003 at 19:13:19 (MST)
Enjoyed your website and the neat pix!
Lana Jackson <email@example.com>
Seminole, Ok USA - Saturday, April 26, 2003 at 21:39:28 (MST)
MY aunt found an advertisement for your Cowboy Gathering in the Daily Oklahoman. Our family plans on attending. We have an Exchange Student from Germany who thinks this will be fun. Hope to see you there. We would like to know if there are any
Hotels in the area or camping grounds available.
Terri Townsend <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Oklahoma city, Ok USA - Thursday, April 24, 2003 at 17:08:57 (MST)
I have heard so much about you. I just had to say Hi.So hi!
Donna Hatton <email@example.com>
woodland park, co USA - Saturday, April 19, 2003 at 08:28:35 (MST)
Hi Jo! It was really
nice to get a phone call from you today! We've known each other for
what...7-8 years now? We've always gotten along, because we're both Country
to the Heart. You ever come across that sweet big-hearted Cowboy for me,
have him email and say "hi". :o) Don't forget to email now and then. Let me
know when the get-togethers are.
Martha R. Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Anadarko, OK USA - Monday, April 14, 2003 at 16:08:05 (MST)
Nice page, keep up the good work. Greetings from Dresden (Germany)! Tom
Germany - Monday, April 14, 2003 at 03:52:21 (MST)
Hi, Found your link on AWA. You are a bit out of our radio range, can pick you up on the car radio once in a while. I've enjoyed your page and pic's. Tumbleweed
"Tumbleweed" Phil Crawford <email@example.com>
St. Francis, KS USA - Sunday, January 26, 2003 at 18:47:04 (MST)
Hello Jo.......Sorry we missed your Christmas Show....we were all sick at that time.....But we really do appreciate you playing our cd. You're "Number 1" in our book ....for "Keepin' It Cowboy" .....by the way check out our brand new web-site.....Many Happy Trails....Donna and "The Girls"
Donna -for- "Sisters of the Silver Sage" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Maryville, TN USA - Friday, January 17, 2003 at 12:06:19 (MST)
Wonderfull page, it was nice to be here :-)
Stars Nackt <email@example.com>
USA - Thursday, January 16, 2003 at 01:49:08 (MST)
I really liked your website.
Christian Cowboy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tulsa, Ok. USA - Friday, January 10, 2003 at 07:52:02 (MST)
Great site! I sure enjoyed the visit with you, the other day. What a wonderful and pleasant surprise! It is so nice to hear from people that truly love the "western" music and way of life. Keep up the great work!
Cindy Argyle <email@example.com>
Hooper, UT USA - Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 15:40:33 (MST)
This is super! Much faster loading. I periodically go through the pages and re-discover things that are important to me.
Happy new year to everyone seeing this message! - - Bob
South-West Germany - Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 05:04:36 (MST)
Jo, you are doing a good thing ... & doing a darn good job of it too! "Keeping It Cowboy" I love it! ~The Cowboy Trade Day~ this spring is going to be on May 17, I sure wished that you could make it. You would love this show. Like you, I'm "keeping it cowboy" here in Claremore, OK. See our web site at http://www.cowboytrader.com for details.
Hurley Hughes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Claremore, OK USA - Tuesday, December 31, 2002 at 06:31:10 (MST)
Howdy Jo and thanks for having us. Your website is surpassed only by your radio show. You make me proud to be a cowboy. Adios, Lanny Joe Burnett
LANNY JOE BURNETT <email@example.com>
BONHAM, TX USA - Sunday, December 22, 2002 at 14:27:57 (MST)
As Managing Producer for The Westerns Channel, I appreciate your efforts to keep it cowboy. Remember, when the future looks dark, it's up to folks like you to shine a light so others can stay on the trail. When I think about all the good you've done and the positive impact you're having, it makes me want to get back into radio. (But I lay down and pretty soon that notion goes away) Thanks for inviting me to share a little Cowboy Christmas Poetry with you. I really look forward to seeing you and your fans down the trail.
Jeff Hildebrandt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Denver, CO USA - Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 17:28:13 (MST)
Hello, I found you at Altavista. You have wealth of information on your site and a nice design. Greetings from Germany - Paul
Germany - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 08:43:51 (MST)
Keep up this great resource. I bookmark your site, best greetings, Heim Arbeit -
Germany - Friday, December 13, 2002 at 13:46:17 (MST)
Just found your site and was impressed with the information and the layout. Would love to send your way the cd belonging to a Western Oregon poet and singer, Dallas McCord, what a sweet sound. Look for it. PJ
PJ Palmer <email@example.com>
Creswell, OR USA - Wednesday, December 11, 2002 at 11:57:55 (MST)
I sure do wish that there was a 'Listen Live' option so that I could listen to you guys over the internet. As a former Cyrilite, I don't get down that way enough and have few internet listening options from that way. If you're ever in the tag office in Cyril, say hi to my mom!
S Bonds <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tulsa, OK USA - Friday, December 06, 2002 at 13:55:35 (MST)
Great to hear everything is coming together for your Christmas Show. Hope to be able to be there.
S Herl <sandra@workingcowboy>
Selden, KS USA - Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 11:53:12 (MST)
Thanks a lot for your programming. Living in OKC, I listen a lot as I drive the cars for Avis. Just wish that you had just a little more power to get to OKC with out the interference. But like anyway. It is Great. Thanks a lot.
John Jonte <email@example.com>
Bethany, OK USA - Saturday, October 19, 2002 at 13:09:24 (MST)
Well hello. Got your web site, and I love it. One of these days we will get over there to see you.
Timothy J. Berry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mena, Ar USA - Sunday, October 13, 2002 at 06:52:20 (MST)
Jo, keep up the great work. Programs like yours are the
life blood of the cowboy movement (and great fun, too!).
Charles Williams <email@example.com>
Dallas, TX USA - Wednesday, October 02, 2002 at 10:05:03 (MST)
Jo...was great of you to interview me on the show recently.
It's good to know you're keeping our kinda music alive.
Happy Trails, Jim Gough
Jim Gough <jimgoughmrtexas@aol>
Liberty Hill, TX USA - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 19:25:54 (MST)
Hey Buddy! It's always a joy to be on your show! What you do to keep the Cowboy alive and well is greatly appreciated by all of us who write and sing about the West. Please know that we all THANK YOU! Looking forward to seeing you soon. Your Pal in NEOK, Debra
Debra Coppinger Hill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chelsea, OK USA - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 14:59:48 (MST)
Hi Jo. This is MavRic of the trio "I.S.O.P." (The Illegitimate Sons of the Pioneers"). Gettin' Western played out here is kinda like shoeing a galloping horse! You have to just about unplug him if the Wal-Mart folsk don't mind! We're always glad to hear of folks "Keepin'it western" on the airwaves. Don't ever stop.....God Bless....MavRic
Rick "MavRic" Hines <email@example.com>
Nashville, TN. USA - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 00:05:42 (MST)
We really like the new web site design. Thanks, as always, for all you do at "Keepin' It Cowboy"
Brian & Sherry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ft. Worth, TX USA - Saturday, September 28, 2002 at 15:04:32 (MST)
JO; YOUR WEB SITE LOOKS GREAT,THANKS FOR PROMOTING OUR
JOE BAKER, KWES RADIO <email@example.com>
RUIDOSO , NM USA - Friday, September 27, 2002 at 17:57:27 (MST)
Jo, great site! We really enjoy your show. Thanks for the mentions. See you soon.
Angela Beene <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Eakly, OK USA - Saturday, September 14, 2002 at 21:16:18 (MST)
I like the redesign. Looking good.
Colorado Springs, CO USA - Saturday, September 14, 2002 at 15:31:25 (MST)
Thank you for your show. I've got so many cowboy stories about my grandfather, dad, brothers and myself that, if I don't write about them soon, I'll
just bust. Your show has really inspired me and helped keep the love of the outdoors, and working with cattle and horses (cowboyin') alive in my soul. Thanks for
what you do!!
Chair, Department of MultiMedia Design
2800 West Gore Blvd
Lawton, OK 73505