The Sound of Music at Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium in Tempe, Arizona

Dave Stamey



“Dave Stamey”

Presented by:  Patty Wagon Music
Friday, May 18th - 7:00pm

$24/$26

There is no end for ballads and tales of the West if you are DAVE STAMEY, and in the midst of his career, the Western Music Association (WMA) has honored this exceptional singer/songwriter/entertainer by inducting him into the Hall of Fame in 2016.
Western music may have left the Country music genre with the end of the silver screen cowboy crooners, but that hasn't curtailed this real deal cowboy from romancing historic or contemporary characters, or western landscapes along the way. Dave is authentic, as is his music. It's not hard to figure out that his songwriting is as dependable as he is, and it's bursting with excitement, passion, history and of course a few bandits! Over a two-decade career, this self-published singer/songwriter (Horsecamp Music) has released 11 CD’s. Stamey, originally from Montana and now living on his ranch in California, is one of the most popular and most requested Western and Cowboy Folk entertainers working today! Cowboys and Indians Magazine calls Dave the "Charlie Russell of Western Music". This music has been called by some "Western Americana". There's still a strong niche for music that is enjoyed by all audiences who live or love to experience the west.

Get your tickets early, day of event tickets increase $5.00

Date:

May 18, 2018

Location:

Prescott Elks Theatre
117 E. Gurley St.
Prescott, AZ 86301

Hours:

7 pm

Phone:

928-777-1370

Price:

$24-26

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