Daughters of the Purple Sage
Wylie & The Wild West

Daughters of the Purple Sage

Known as “The Sweethearts of Western Harmony,” The Daughters of the Purple Sage sing music of the American West as portrayed on Hollywood’s silver screens of the 1930s and 40s. Their smooth vocals and tight harmonies earned them a Group of the Year nomination from the Western Music Association. The trio—Carolyn Baker, Audrey McLaughlin and Judy Murback--  will evoke the frontier spirit with a nostalgia for horseshoes and hay through engaging performances of classics such as “Home on the Range”, “Red River Valley” and “Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds.” 

Wylie & the Wild West

Wylie Gustafson is a genuine cowboy, a Montana rancher and a world-class yodeler. With his band, The Wild West, Gustafson has appeared at the famed Grand Ole Opry over fifty times and wowed audiences at  Lincoln Center and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. His unmistakable “Ya-hoo-ooo!” yodel has been heard millions of times as the hallmark of the Yahoo! advertising campaign. Gustafson has struck a balance between ranch life and the modern tour bus, upholding a grand tradition while happily moving it forward.