Saturday, February 26, 2022 7:00 pm
$20 Advance, $22 Door, $25 Priority seating in first 3 rows
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2015 Entertainer of the Year (Western Music Association) and 2015 Best Solo Western Musician (True West Magazine), Dave Stamey will perform at the Old Town Center for the Arts. Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. He finds he prefers delighting audiences across the country more than being stomped on by angry horses. audiences across the country more than being stomped on by angry horses. Drawing on his own experiences, Dave Stamey will perform songs and stories about living and working in the west.
Through the Western Music Association, he has also won Songwriter of the Year five times and Male Performer of the Year six times. Cowboys and Indians Magazine calls Dave the “Charlie Russell of Western Music”. Amid his fast paced touring schedule, Dave is currently recording his 11th CD. Dave's music is fresh, spellbinding and fun for the whole family. Some say his genre is “contemporary western music”. But definitely not “country” as this fun and soulful music sparks joy in the heart of audiences who live and/or love to experience the “West”.
What folks are saying:
Baxter Black says: “California gave us Buck Owens, the California condor and Dave Stamey . . . I'd take Davey any day!” Baxter goes on to say, “It doesn't matter if you are a grape grower, feedlot cowboy, an electrician, car salesman, deputy sheriff, horse shoer, own a tire shop, ranch or an English major at Stanford, Davey will touch your heart - with laughter and reflection.”
“Dave Stamey is one of the best Western songwriters alive today. His melodies blend perfectly with his lyrics to the point where you can almost feel the wind against your face and smell the soft scent of the sage. He never fails to engage his audience and take them on a rewarding journey through the panorama of the West.”
“If you haven’t discovered him yet, it’s time you broadened your horizons…” --
“His Music is gorgeous, often funny, and his performance is flawless…” - Bonsall Village News
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