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Del Valle Adobe at Rancho Camulos
Western Music Hall of Famer and Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival favorite Dave Stamey will play a lunchtime concert at the Rancho Camulos National Historic Landmark and museum near Piru on Friday, April 20.
Stamey’s performance is part of a celebration that will start at 11 a.m. and wrap at 2 p.m.
Just off Highway 126 a few miles west of Santa Clarita, Rancho Camulos is the site that inspired the novel “Ramona,” and a place where the history, myth and romance of old California still linger.
Along with music by Stamey, also a six-time Western Music Association Enertainer of the Year, guests on Friday will enjoy a Southwest buffet lunch and costumed docent-led tours that step back in time in the Heritage Valley.
Tickets including lunch are $55. All proceeds benefit the nonprofit museum’s mission of historical preservation and education.
If the event is sold out, call the box office at 661-250-3735 and ask to be added to the waitlist.
More About Dave Stamey
Based in Nipomo, California, Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and now heads the list of one of the most popular Western entertainers working today.
Cowboys and Indians Magazine calls him “the Charley Russell of Western Music.”
In addition to voting Stamey “Entertainer of the Year” six times, the Western Music Association has named him “Male Performer of the Year” six times and “Songwriter of the Year” five times.
Western Horseman Magazine has declared Stamey’s “Vaquero Song” to be one of the greatest Western songs of all time.
True West Magazine named him “Best Living Western Solo Musician” three times and he has also received the prestigious “Will Rogers Award” from the Academy of Western Artists.
The newest member of the Western Music Hall of Fame, Stamey has been referred to as “the Charley Russell of Western Music” by Cowboys and Indians Magazine.
In 2010, 2011 and 2013, True West Magazine named him Best Living Western Solo Musician.
He’s delighted audiences in 23 states, and finds he prefers performing to being stomped by angry horses.