Cowboy Ernie Sites
Ernie Sites is a Western entertainer who has made a career of preserving the traditional ethics of an ever-changing Cowboy lifestyle. He brings a sincere love, a gorgeous voice and a truly intelligent sense of this fascinating culture to every performance. He’s a true Southern Idaho cowboy, with talents that include western performer, songwriter, cowboy poet, trick roper, bull rider, rodeo clown, bareback rider, team roper and calf roper. He has traveled the world over, using his gifts to teach people about the music, lifestyle, poetry and lore of the West.
He is well-recognized by the Western Music Association (WMA) and has performed with many of the big names in Western music history, such as Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Patsy Montana, Riders in the Sky and Sons of the Pioneers.
Ernie is a gifted teacher, who skillfully, easily and happily works his cowboy magic for all the guests, grown-ups and young buckaroos each summer at the One Thousand Acres Ranch in Adirondack Park, one of the first dude ranches in New York. He’s a long-time friend of the Folk Project, who wow’ed us at the Acoustic Getaway, and is especially looking forward to spreading some Western spirit at the Acoustic Stayaway this fall. Welcome back, Ernie.
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