Red Steagall, the Official Cowboy Poet of Texas, hosts this inspiring and unique television special. Reba McEntire, and Red’s own band, The Boys in the Bunkhouse, join him during this dynamic musical hour as they speak to the history and legacy of the American cowboy.
Gather ’round the large stone fireplace and settle into the comfortable leather couches to experience Red’s inspirational songs and poetry about the age-old Code of the West, and the values of integrity, honesty, loyalty, and hard work.
Included in this motivational hour are such popular Red Steagall poems as The Fence That Me & Shorty Built, Ride For The Brand, Paw Paw, Memories in Grandmother’s Trunk, and Born To This Land. Also included are some of Red’s most popular songs, such as When the Cimarron Was Red and on the Rise, The Quarter Circle Y, Red River Rose, The Day the Songbird Died, and The Wagon Tongue.
“It’s important to me for the world to know that the cowboy is not the two-fisted, hard-drinking, hard-riding image of the ‘silver screen’, but rather those men and women who are honest, hardworking, family oriented, spiritual, dedicated people who make their living utilizing the land and working the livestock,” said Red Steagall. “The western way of life is a very important element in the tapestry of American society and should be preserved at all costs.”
A Red Rivers Films Production in association with The Entertainment Group and Janson Media
Producers: Red Steagall, Linda Lewis, Christopher Lewis
Executive Producer: Stephen Janson
Red Steagall has been honored as the 2006 Poet Laureate of the State of Texas.
“Red Steagall Presents Cowboy: The Legend, the Legacy emphasizes the every day, commonsense values of integrity, honesty, loyalty, honor, and responsibility that are part of the cowboy persona.. the narrators’ skills at storytelling make it an enjoyable experience.” -Library Journal
“…entertaining song and cowboy poetry extravaganza… Steagall is joined by singer/actress Reba McEntire, and backed by his own band, the Boys in the Bunkhouse, in this intimate, homey event that takes place on the poet’s ranch outside of Fort Worth, Texas. Sure to be a popular addition, this is warmly recommended. THREE STARS” -Video Librarian
LENGTH: 1 x 60 Minutes
INTERNATIONAL TRACK: No
CLOSED CAPTIONS: No
ASPECT RATIO: 4:3
PRODUCTION YEAR: 2001
RELEASE YEAR: 2001
SUPPLIER: Red River Films
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
RIGHTS TERRITORY: Worldwide