Backstage in Tucson before Chuck’s first show as the band’s new bass player.
Tommy and John packing Paul for the airport trip on the last morning of our southwest/midwest tour.
Chuck’s first time onstage with the Pioneers—one of 5 sold-out shows at the Gaslight Theater in Oro Valley AZ.
Dusty and Chuck onstage at the Gaslight Theater.
Chuck keeping his eye on the Trail Boss.
At the Gaslight Theater in Oro Valley AZ. Either John’s yodeling or Ken’s standing on his foot.
One of 5 sold-out shows at the Gaslight Theater in Oro Valley, AZ.
The stage before the sold-out show at the Lone Tree Arts Center. Another fabulous venue.
The front of the beautiful Tempe Arts Center.
Paul outside the beautiful Tempe Arts Center.
The acoustics in the historic Poncan Theatre were so good we stepped out in front of the mics and sang “Blue Prairie” from the font of the stage.
We always love to meet the folks after the show.
Dusty looks pretty happy to be backstage back in Victorville.
That good ol’ Sons of the Pioneers harmony sound….
This is what can happen when you play a gig in the town where you grew up.
John enjoying giving the folks in Victorville a little Sons of the Pioneers history.
We were honored to have our picture taken with the great singer Marilyn Tuttle (left) and KJ Bruce, author of the Western Reservior blog, at the Victorville VIP reception.
Luther Nallie, former Trail Boss of the Pioneers, joined us at Shepherd of the Hills Pavilion Theater in Branson for a week.
Tommy and Paul feeling the music in Victorville.
Whatever Ken is singing here you can be sure it’s sad.
We had a great time this fall at the Shepherd of the Hills Pavilion Theater.
Tommy and Dusty instructing John on proper guitar technique.
John and Dusty backstage before the Great American Wild West Show in Salt Lake City.
The theater in Old Tucson is such a fun place to play. This room has been in so many westerns.
Parking lot jam session after the Great American Wild West Show in Salt Lake City.
The work of a Trail Boss is never done.
Hanging out on a beautiful day in Old Tucson.
Here we are “out standing in our field” in Old Tucson.
Onstage in the Old Tucson theater.
Wisely deciding not to rob the train in Old Tucson.