The Timberline Cowboys came together by chance about two years ago. Both J. Michael Mullins and Geary Parsons have, in one way or another, been in the music industry for the majority of their lives. After singing together at Durango’s Cowboy Church for a year, they decided to play and sing as a duo at the 2021 Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering. They were an immediate hit and discovered they had an unmistakable chemistry, and an innate ability to connect with audiences. Most of what they do is original music, dealing with the ranching and farming life prevalent in and around where they reside in the Four Corners area. Through lyrical ballads and up-tempo comedy songs, they give the audience a first-hand look at what life is like for the still proud, but dwindling numbers of cowboys and cowgirls in the great Southwest. While in high demand in and around Durango, their music has been featured on numerous streaming and radio shows in the United States, Canada, Germany, France, and England. Their debut album, Breathless, is comprised of eleven original songs, inspired by the unique characters and beautiful landscapes near their homes. They were chosen to perform at the Bar D Chuckwagon chapel all summer long this past year, as well as headlining numerous benefits and fundraisers, culminating in 2022 with a showcase appearance at the International Western Music Association’s annual convention.
Doors open at 1 p.m., performances begin at 2:00 p.m. Reservations are preferred; however, walk-ins will be seated if space permits. The Arizona Folklore Preserve is located at 56 E. Folklore Trail in Hereford. Make reservations at www.arizonafolklore.com.
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