Experience highlights from past Cowboy Poetry Gatherings through an outdoor video screening presented in partnership with the Humboldt Museum and the Western Folklife Center, the organization behind Elko’s National Cowboy gathering.
This special event takes place on the patio in front of the Humboldt Museum (click for a map/directions from Google Maps). It is free of charge.
The evening will kick off with song performances and poetry readings from Winnemucca locals, including a reading from Nevada Silver Pen recipient Carolyn Duferrena.
Don’t miss this special night of celebrating stories, poems, and songs about living in the West.
Online tickets are sold out, but a limited number of tickets may be available at the door.
Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms, one of the finest traditional music duos working today, return to the back room of The Martin Hotel for the first show of the season. Singing both original and classic Americana, their voices throw audiences back in time and into their feelings. Caleb’s lyrical mandolin and Reeb’s driving guitar deepen the musical delivery of timeless American roots songs.
The latest recording from the duo, Innocent Road, features hardy originals as well as heartbreaking renditions of classics such as Buck Owens’ 1957 classic, “There Goes My Love”. They tour regionally and internationally bringing a pure and honest sound to both the Foghorn Stringband and the Caleb Klauder Band. They have been featured on NPR Music, A Prairie Home Companion, and their albums get played on radio stations around the globe.