We were taking some pictures after a show at the Flying E Ranch when they drove the horses past.
The Wintergrass Festival in Bellevue, Washington is a wonderful (and wonderfully run) event.
Capacity crowd for our show in the Grand Ballroom.
Lone Tree, Colorado
The Lone Tree Arts Center stage before our sold-out show. This is another fabulous venue.
Somewhere in Kansas
Tommy and John packing Paul for the airport run the last morning of a southwest/midwest tour.
Oro Valley, Arizona
Onstage for the first time with our new bass player Chuck for the first of 5 sold-out shows at the Gaslight Theater.
Dusty backstage at the VIP reception.
Backstage at the Gaslight Theater in Oro Valley before our first show with our new bass player Chuck Ervin.
John giving the folks in Victorville a little Pioneers history.
Whatever Ken is singing here you can be sure it’s sad.
This is what can happen when you play a concert in the town where you grew up.
Tommy and Paul feeling the music in Victorville.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Tommy and Dusty instructing John on proper guitar technique before the Great American Wild West Show performance.
Tommy exercising his awesome power as Trail Boss.
Ponca City, Oklahoma
The acoustics were so good in the historic Poncan Theater that we stepped out in front of the mics and sang “Blue Prairie” acoustically from the edge of the stage.
We always love getting to talk to people after a show.
Old Tucson, Arizona
We’re trying to decide whether to rob the train or hire a bass player.
The band onstage in the Grand Ballroom at the Wintergrass Festival, one of our favorites.