Bar D Wranglers come to town Dec 14
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The Bar D Wranglers will perform in Monticello on December 14.  Courtesy photo
The Bar D Wranglers will perform in Monticello on December 14. Courtesy photo
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The popular and inimitable Bar D Wranglers will present their Christmas Jubilee Program in Monticello on Monday, December 14, at 7 p.m. in the High School Auditorium.

Presented by Blue Mountain Entertainment (BME), the Wranglers perform a music and comedy stage show with songs of the Old West, lively instrumentals, and knee-slap’n comedy. 

The widely-known Bar D Wranglers are a western music singing group from the Bar D Chuckwagon Suppers in Durango, Colorado.  The group has performed for over 2.5 million guests at their Durango location and on countless other stages and venues around the United States. 

The group began performing at the Bar D Chuckwagon in June of 1969 and continues the tradition nightly throughout the summer months.

When the Bar D Wranglers take their show on the road, they perform the classic cowboy-western music for which they are so well known, as well as award-winning instrumental and comedy songs and crowd-pleasing stories that will delight the entire family.

The Bar D Wranglers include Gary Cook, Matt Palmer, Joel Racheff, and Richard Espinoza. Blue Mountain Entertainment hopes you enjoy the show as much as the Wranglers enjoy performing for you!

Gary Cook is a two-time national flat pick champion guitar player who also sings tenor.  Matt Palmer plays a hot fiddle and sings baritone.

Joel Racheff sings funny and plays the upright bass.  Richard Espinoza sings lead vocals and plays rhythm guitar.

BME and Kigalia Fine Arts season memberships will admit you to this event, or tickets may be purchased at the door:  Family $30, Adult $12, Student $6.  BME urges you to enjoy this evening of fun and entertainment.
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