Cowboy vocalist Dave Stamey continues to be called “the Charley Russell of American Music,” and it all’s an apt explanation. Charles M. Russell was a gifted period musician who decorated over 2,000 canvases of cowboys, Indians, as well as the landscape from the American Western world in the past due 1800s and early 1900s, each finished with psychological resonance and careful detail. Stamey will a similar thing, only being a musician. His music capture the life span of the present day cowboy in an environment of speedy changeover, where some stuff change constantly plus some stuff never change in any way. But Stamey is normally definately not a genre facsimile. He is a functioning cowboy, rancher, mule packer, and dude wrangler, therefore he understands the place well and he also understands his market, and he simply is undoubtedly a organic entertainer and an astute businessman. His documented work feels normally authentic, always appropriately recorded and performed, and holding a social and historic exactness without having to be overly fussy about any of it. Among his many individually released albums are Buckaroo Guy (1997), Tonopah (1999), Campfire Waltz (2000), Tires (2001), EASILY Had a Equine (2003), the live It’s Only a Mind-set (2007), Old Close friends (2007), and Arrive Ride beside me (2009).