Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter and multi award winner, Ian Tyson, is celebrating 5
decades of performance in 2011 with a full schedule of concerts. One of upcoming shows happens to be at the University of Wyoming on October 1st. Tyson continues to keep his loyal fans in awe with songs that range from his classics – Four Strong Winds, Someday Soon and Navajo Rug to his newest works which he continues to write with inspired vigor. Throughout 2008, Tyson shot a TV Music/Documentary Special for Canada’s Bravo Chanel which aired in January 2010 AND ON CBC TV in 2011. At age 78, Tyson maintains a busy touring performance schedule which he combines with the work on his Alberta ranch, which is nestled in the foothills of the Rockies south of Calgary. It’s a workload that would exceed that of most people of younger generations. Tyson’srecent North American releases of “Yellowhead to Yellowstone and other Love Stories” (SPCD 1339), and the more recent release of “4 New Songs” available at are a testament to this. As a true musical historian of the old west and a seasoned horseman, Ian Tyson treats his fans to an intimate evening of music and narrative portraits that begin with his story of the first horse to land on American soil and culminate with 50 years and more of his own life experiences.

If you want to try and scrore some free tickets to the concert you can head on over to KCGY Radio’s Y95 Country Corral or KOWB Radio’s Mighty 1290 Club and register to win a free pair! Tickets are available now at the Fine Arts Concert Hall Box Office online or by phone at 307-766-6666.
Ian Tyson is presented by &Western Thunder Marching Band