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From The Legend of the Gypsy Saddletramps:
Gypsy Saddletramps began as a vision in my mind’s eye. There’s a little bit of cowboy and cowgirl in all of us. One winter’s day during a songwriting session my inner cowboy came galloping out at full speed, and there in my mind’s eye I envisioned a full-tilt cowboy band in all of its glory. The mournful wails of Hank Williams and the blissful harmonies of early western groups from my youthful memories came flooding in and blending with spaghetti western sounds and dueling gunslinger western guitars and of course, the Johnny Cash style vocals.
We have a passion for the arts and for artists. We’re striving to build a forum where artists in all mediums can interact with each other and present their efforts to the world. Come join us in our quest for excellence and artistic expression. We have poetry, photography, music, and original artwork featured in our “campfire” blog. Feel free to contribute your comments and likes… help us ignite a few sparks… we’ll be seeing you around the “campfire”…
We’re sending out the CALL … Come and join our campfire! We’re excited to hear from you, and welcome all of your ideas on how we can make this experience entertaining and engaging for everyone. This began with a love of western roots music, a desire to express the spirit of the early days, and infuse it with rockabilly. It has always been our vision to expand this website to include western art, vintage cowgirl pin-ups, and photography. We would love to see any contributions you have or any suggestions on ways to make this one of your regular stops in cyberspace. Thanks so much for your support … Yippee-ki-yay!
Our friends at Frequency.com have now featured “Wild Texas Rose”.
Once again, The ‘Tramps are making waves. This time it’s on Planet Six String, a guitar blog which focuses on guitars, amps, rigs, and videos. Thanks for the coverage!
World famous rock magazine NME has picked up “Wild Texas Rose” in their video rotation. Let’s show them some thanks by sharing the page.
Thanks to Laurie from Truth In Shredding to featuring our video for Wild Texas Rose on their website. You Rock!