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Mr. guit-steel himself Junior Brown burned down the Barn on opening show Monday night...after a opening of the Bunkhouse Band

and celebrities like Buck Page, Travis Howard and Jeffery Steele and James Intveld...kickin off the summer run of shows from the Sunset

Strip...followed by Leon Russell, Joe Ely, Rosie Flores, Louie Ortega, Asleep At the Wheel, Jack Ingram and some of the top names in

this very special brand of music over the summer...there were those magic moments that you don't always happen, but when it happens

on the stage you know you are lucky to have been in the room...when each of our celebs joined the Bunkhouse Band...we had that feeling.

Little note for all you Junior Brown fans...our ole Austin saddle pal is out with Bob Dylan this summer...do we know how to pickem???

 

Bunkhouse Band host Mark Sellers and Travis Howard

The one and only Buck Page

Weeks after this show our ole

Saddle Pal rode into the sunset...

Jeffery Steele and Mark Sellers rock the house

 

Bunkhouse Band

 

Skip Edwards

Jay Dee Maness

Dave Raven

Taras Prodaniux

Cary Park

 

celebrity jam

 

Buck Page

James Intveld

Travis Howard

Jeffery Steele

 

 

Burnin the barn down

 

eeeeehaw...between the Bunkhouse Band with Mark Sellers, Junior Brown, Buck Page, Jeffery Steele, Travis Howard and James Intveld

not to mention that Diamond Dave Somerville from the World Famous Diamonds, Joey Covington from the Jefferson Airplane, Shilah Morrow,

Bob Stinson, Mike Bendavid, Justin and Sally Joe Curtis, Michael Lewis from Quicksilver Messenger Service and many others from the biz,

we had a great music and industry crowd to kick off our first night at the Whisky A Go Go on the Sunset Strip...and their was music magic in
the room thanks to everybody for helping kick off Rockin Country Nights...so rock you can roll it...so country you can step in it...eeeeeeeehaw.

Country music till the cows come home to the fat lady singing...

 

While Buck Page played Ghost Riders in the Sky the Cow Belles rode along the trail with him on stage at the Whisky A Go Go

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Buck and the Bunkhouse Band rehearse that afternoon above  KZLA's Craig Price and Buck talk about the "biz"...and in the VIP shadows we see Dave Somerville,

founding member and lead vocal of the world famous Diamonds and Mikeal Maglieri, owner/manager Rainbow Bar and Grill and with his dad Mario owns the Whisky A Go Go

 and the next pic Mikeal with Michael Lewis from Quick Silver Messenger Service and Diamond Dave, who are both on our Joe Ely show...Lewis played the Whisky years ago

with Quicksilver Messenger Service and they all had great talk about days back when...Leon Russell who does Rockin Country Night next week played the Whisky back when....

 

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"So rock you can roll with it, so country you can step in it...a Hollywood Hootenanny"

 

 

 

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