Lonesome Ron - Singing Cowboy, Western Music Singer - Minnesota Yodeler

Cowboy Singing Schedule       Riverboat Cowboys General Store       Past Singing Cowboy Performances       Lonesome Ron Yodel Biography

Photo by Tim Madsen 5-26-08 Lonesome Ron - Singing Cowboy, Western Music Singer - Minnesota Yodeler

Lonesome Ron entertains audiences with his western shows singing and yodeling cowboy songs
from the great cattle trails of the American west. He has also put together shows
dedicated to the music of the old Medicine Shows and Stephen Foster.
Each show includes historical facts and humor that help create a highly entertaining event.

"For authentic Western Entertainment"

Lonesome Ron's music is filled with rich American traditions from roundup songs
to the classics of the singing cowboys. Audiences are intrigued with his historical knowledge of cowboys driving cattle and the Hollywood cowboys. Lonesome Ron has written dozens
of songs that help keep the Spirit of the West alive!

His songs deal with a variety of subjects:
Cowboy Life, Old West Outlaws, Norwegian Immigration and other historical topics,

Lonesome Ron is available for festivals, concerts, corporate events and stage shows.
He also performs for barbeques, western-theme parties, school programs, cowboy gatherings,
old west re-enactments, history festivals and parades.

"Nothing livens up a Wild West party like a good old Cowboy Yodel"

Performance Schedule
CD Information and Track List
Notable Performances
More Information About "Lonesome Ron"

Lonesome Ron News!!

As The Corn Grows - -
Our Story Productions of Fairmont, Minnesota
is currently filming a Soap Opera Spoof entitled, "As the Corn Grows."
Lonesome Ron has been selected to perform music for a number of the episodes.

Information on Our Story Productions

View the KEYC-TV News Release

View Episode 3
Where Lonesome Ron Sings
"Oh Susanna"

Artsmagic Films - - Welsh Production Company was in Northfield, Minnesota
at the Northfield Historical Museum to film an interview with Jesse James authority,
John Koblas on May 12, 2006 for a Jesse James documentary to be shown in Wales.

• Music from Lonsome Ron's "Riverboat Cowboys" CD was used in the production •

For More Information

Live in Michigan? Cheer for the Detroit Pistons?
That's Lonesome Ron yodeling in the "Detroit Basketball" radio ads.

Selected as 'Best Yodeler' by
Centered Magazine

See and hear Lonesome Ron on Television
Harkins' Store-2005
Harkins' Store-2006
Minnesota Outlaws - Jesse James, by John Kolbas
With Western Author John Koblas - KEYC-TV

3rd Annual Lonesome Ron's Roundup, Harkins Store - KEYC-TV news clip

These display text from a TV broadcast and a link to view the broadcast.
Needed to view: Internet Explorer 5.0 (or higher) or Netscape 7.1 (or higher)
Plus Windows Media Player from Microsoft (directions will be given)

"Lonesome Ron,
Thank you so much for entertaining our customers for our 100 year celebration.
The day was real hoot...Everyone loved your music!!"

- Schatzlein Saddle Store, Minneapolis.

Lonesome Ron Yodeling Business Card

Minnesota Artists Organization

Thank you for supporting live music.

Prairie Wind Concert Series-Windom, Minnesota
Shadows of the Old West - Historical Re-enactors
Cowboy Honor: Professional Old West Re-enactors
Moondance Emporium - Gift Shop and Old West Experience
Cowboy Mike - Trick and Fancy Roping
Wild West Performers - Where the Wild West Meets the World Wide Web
Cowboy & Western Entertainers and Historical Re-enactors.
Ride The Outlaw Trail Board Game
Visit the Birthplace of John Wayne
True West Magazine - Learn All About the Old West
Bob Nolan: Western Song Writer
Vegetable Vicki: Educational Re-enactor

Singers, Songwriters:
David Stoddard
Bill Isles
Robin & Linda Williams
Karen Mal
Nikki Matteson & Rich Rue
Wilson & McKee
Les Gilliam "The Oklahoma Balladeer"
KG & The Ranger

- Minnesota in the Movies -
Read about the Movie Sweet Land directed by Ali Selim
A love story between a Norwegian immigrant and his German bride set in 1920 Minnesota.

Email: RiffAff@Micro.com

Back To TopReturn to Main