Salt Lake City, UT – The sights and sounds of daily ranch life in Montana inspire singer songwriter Stephanie Davis -- from the trills of sandhill cranes in the spring and herding cows to new grass in the summer, to the choir of coyotes in the dead of winter. Davis is a frequent guest on Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion," and is in concert this Saturday, March 11th at the University of Utah. She's agreed to join us -- guitar in hand -- to talk about her music, and the music of the American West.
- Stephanie Davis will perform Saturday, March 11th at 7:30 p.m. at the Libby Gardner Concert Hall at the University of Utah. Tickets are $15 at the door or $13.50 in advance at Intermountain Acoustic Music Association outlets. For more information, call 801-359-3435 or click here.
- Stephanie Davis has participated in two projects with the Western Folklife Center. Why the Cowboy Sings aired on KUED Channel 7 in 2002. She was also part of the Center's Sagebrush to Steppe: Cowboys in Mongolia, a cultural exchange between Mongolian herdsmen and American cowboys.
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