The Western music duo Stampede! will hit the stage Saturday at 8 p.m. as the OutWest Concert Series returns to Bobbi and Jim Bell’s boutique and cultural center in Old Town Newhall.
Hailing from Utah, Stampede! is the husband-and-wife team of upright bassist Steve Taylor and two-time award winning yodeler Terri Taylor, aka “The Epiglottis Goddess.”
Recognized by the Western Music Association for song of the year and as rising stars, they’ve averaged 250 performances per year since 2000 and have opened or shared the stage with Riders In The Sky, Roy Rogers Jr., The Sons of the Pioneers, Dan Seals, Rex Allen Jr., Wylie and the Wild West, Baxter Black, Red Steagall, Don Edwards, Waddie Mitchell and Belinda Gail.
Opening Saturday for Stampede! is the SCV’s own Western house guitarist and crooner John Bergstrom, whose traditional and original ballads bring the West to life. Or as his fans put it, “You can almost smell the campfire smoke.”
OutWest is located on Newhall’s revitalized Main Street across from the Repertory East Playhouse and next door to the Fresh boutique. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., followed by the concert at 8 p.m. Be sure to dress for TV because you’ll be on it.
Seating is limited and a donation of $15 includes light refreshments. For reservations call 661-255-7087.
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