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Mason Tibbs' weekly radio show, Saddle Sores from a Saddle Tramp, airs live on the radio and on the internet each Saturday morning, 8-10 AM (Mountain) on 103.7 The Range in Jackson, Wyoming.

From the show's official description:

From the high mountain cow-camps of Wyoming to the wagons of the Arizona brush country, Mason has drifted across the west as a working cowboy. The wrecks and spills that come with this way of life are the basis for the humorous stories he now writes. Although he does not consider himself a poet, he has a way with words that projects you to the high mountain meadow or the mesquite choked draw he is describing. Now living in Jackson Wyoming, he brings the diligence and humor of cowboy life to the radio airways. His show is a mix of cowboy humor, poetry and classic western music.

Mason Tibbs welcomes CD submissions for consideration for airplay
on Saddle Sores from a Saddle Tramp:

Mason Tibbs
PO Box 532
Wilson, WY  83014



Mason Tibbs says that the success of his first CD, Man of Many Hats, has prompted the release of his second The Grizzly Bear Boogie (July 2007).

The CDs are available for $15 plus shipping:

Mason Tibbs
PO Box 532
Wilson, WY  83014










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