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Liz Masterson New CD Mood Swings

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

Straight from the studio, Liz Masterson new CD Mood Swings is now available. MOOD SWINGS is a must for serious collectors of music of the 1920’s-50’s, as well as fans of Liz’s varied styles and interpretations.a must for music lovers Order on the homepage at http://lizmasterson.com/

Christmas on the Range

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

A Liz Masterson holiday concert is  gift to all. Liz can perform solo, as a duo or with a small group of musicians. Tailored to your needs, Liz performs standard holiday favorites and songs with a Western twist. Fun is sure to be had by all in attendance. This is sure to be one of the highlights of your holiday season. Book early as these holiday shows get filled up quickly. Liz brings props to make it seem like you in the old West…

Good for parties, fundraisers, senior, library and school settings.

Sweethearts in Carhartts

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Since 2006, Liz Masterson has been performing as part of Sweethearts in Carhartts which includes poet, Yvonne Hollenbeck and singer, Jean Prescott, who started the group. Their performances includes Western songs, cowgirl poetry and yodeling. A delightful time is had by the entire audience when they perform. Their recent CD, “Sleigh Belles” can be purchased at www.thesweetheartsincarhartts.com

Great for community events, fundraisers, holiday shows and more.

Concert on the Prairie

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012
Concert on the Prairie

Concert on the Prairie

Liz Masterson Northern California June 2012

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

Liz Masterson, Songbird of the Sage, is coming to San Francisco and Sacremento from June 1-10, 2012. She is available for Western music performances at assisted living centers, day programs, home concerts, schools, libraries, museums and more. Known for her wealth of traditional Western songs and yodeling, this award winning entertainer will liven up your June event. Call or email soon to get a chance to add Liz to your summer schedule.  303-433-4949  Liz@LizMasterson.com   www.LizMasterson.com

Liz Masterson at New History Colorado Opening April 28, 2012

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Liz Masterson, Colorado’s own Songbird of the Sage, will perform Sat. April 28, at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at History Colorado Center, 1200 Broadway, Denver, for their grand opening celebration. http://www.historycolorado.org/events/opening-day Known for her Western songs and yodeling, Masterson is home grown Colorado talent, with recent award winning CD “Roads to Colorado”. www.LizMasterson.com

Liz Masterson Summer Shows

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

Want to add some pizazz to your next event?  Liz Masterson, Songbird of the Sage, is now booking Summer appearances and home concerts.  Whether in the park or your home or at your event, Liz brings her special Western music flair and livens up your event.  Call or email today for availability!

liz@lizmasterson.com      303-433-4949

Colorado Cowboy Gathering Jan. 21 & 22

Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

Come Celebrate Cowboy Culture and Music!

Celebrating 22 years of the very best in Cowboy Poetry, Western Music, Traditional Folk Arts and all the fun of a family reunion…

Liz Masterson and Diana Raven present the 2011 Colorado Cowboy Gathering.

Friday January 21 and Saturday January 22.   New, bigger location!

Ranum Auditorium, 2401 West 80th Ave. Denver, CO 80221.

Highlights include:

Friday features Riders in the Sky with Liz Masterson, Andy Nelson & Carol Heuchan

Saturday features Waddie Mitchell with Doris Daley, Pop Wagner, and Jon Chandler & the Witchitones

Saturday – January 22, 2011

Daytime Theme Sessions
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

family friendly sessions of cowboy music and poetry, including authentic chuckwagon grub.

Peformers Include:
Jon Chandler – Commerce City, Colorado
Doris Daley – Turner Valley, Alberta, Canada
Mark Gardner & Rex Rideout – Cascade & Conifer, Colorado
Carol Heuchan – Cooranbong, New South Wales, Australia
Susie Knight – Evergreen, Colorado
Liz Masterson – Denver, Colorado
Deb Carpenter-Nolting – Bushnell, Nebraska
Tim Nolting – Bushnell, Nebraska
Al ‘Doc’ Mehl – Westminster, Colorado
Andy Nelson – Pinedale, Wyoming
John Schaffner – Wray, Colorado
Milton Taylor – Hartley, New South Wales, Australia
Pop Wagner – St. Paul, Minnesota
Barry Ward – Elbert, Colorado
Yampa Valley Boys – Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Tickets in person at King Soopers, online at www.ColoradoCowboyGathering.com or call 1-866-464-2626

Liz now booking Fall & Holiday shows

Friday, September 10th, 2010

Liz Masterson award winning Western singer, yodeler and cowboy poet,  is ready for the Fall and Winter 2011 seasons. With 3 different themed shows, there’s something for everyone.  Special pricing for senior groups. Great for special occasions, filling fall days with music, fundraisers and family events. 3 different presentations:  Western Music and Classics including “Red River Valley” “Ghost Riders in the Sky” and songs from Liz’s latest CD Roads to Colorado; Good Old Days with “Wabash Cannonball” and favorites like “Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party” and “Grandma’s Featherbed”, or Christmas on the Range featuring songs from the brand new CD Holiday Belles. Sure to be a hit with residents, families and staff. Liz can perform solo, in duets or with “Sweethearts in Carhartts”.  She’s even provide the sound system if necessary.  Make your next fall or holiday event memorable…contact Liz today!

Call today for availability and information.

303-433-4949       Liz@LizMasterson.com

So Far in 2010

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

So far in 2010

This year has gotten off to a great start!

January….a Music of the Civil War Show with Rex Rideout

Denver Post – Feature Article by Bill Husted. Jan. 7.  Click here to read it!   http://www.denverpost.com/search/ci_14135958

Arvada Center’s Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering, with Baxter Black, Sons of the San Joaquin, Wiley and the Wild West, and Michael Martin Murphey.   Among the highlights was spending time with the Australian Champion Bush Poet, Carol Huechan, and other Aussies Milton Taylor and Ruelee.

California Zephyr train ride to Elko, NV.   What a memorable trip!!!   Watch for photos coming soon!

Nat’l Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, NV.   The grand-daddy of them all, and it’s easy to see why!

I got to help lead the “Singalong Session” with Hal Cannon, RW Hampton, Andy Wilkinson and Andy Hedges, and Dave Bourne.   I was in a fun Yodeling Session with Wiley Gustafson, and 2  extremely talented  young ladies, Cora Wood and Brigid Reedy.  I was  the “lead mare” in a session called, “Across the Generations” with darling little Cora Wood, Adrian and Miss V, (the Gypsy Cowbelle)   It was a terrific session!!   The frosting on the cake was the great honor of being the Baxter Black’s Special Guest on his Saturday show.  What a thrill!!!   I think you  can still hear it on the www.westernfolklife.com

In addition to performing, I had so much fun in jam sessions and “vistin’ with kin.”  Elko is such a wonderful place for a reunion with the many wonderful friends I’ve been lucky to make over the last 28 years!!!

In March, I got to join Jean Prescott and Yvonne Hollenbeck, as the Sweethearts in Carhartts, at the South East Cowboy Gathering held at the magnificent Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA.

This is a world class art museum, and the friendliest folks you can imagine.  It was so good to hear the concert with Red Steagall.  Thanks to  Doc Stovall for all his hard work in making the festival so great!

I taught my Cowboy Songs and Western Yodeling classes at Swallow Hill School of Music, and had an enthusiastic bunch!

Barb-Wire Books in Longmont, CO is a new surprise on the Front Range scene.   Zeb Dennis organized a little “cowboy deal” with 6 of us sharing some songs and poems in this darling new independent book store. I was joined by my friends Al “Doc” Mehl, Vic Anderson, Rex Rideout and Lloyd Morris and Zeb Dennis.   We expected about 40 people, and when the calls started coming in, we had seats for 70. Imagine our delight when 230 people attended this first concert!  We were all blown away  by a surprise appearance by America’s favorite cowboys, Riders in the Sky!!!   They came straight from the airport and gave the audience a rare treat!!!   It was also Ranger Doug’s Birthday!!!

We’re going to do monthly cowboy concerts!!!  Visit www.barbedwirebooks.com