The Wyoming Air National Guard’s Wild West Air Show practiced Friday. Here are some photos by Karen Cotton

A plane makes a loop as it practices for the Wyoming Air National Guard’s Wild West Air Show this Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 11 and 12, 2021) photo by Karen Cotton
A plane passes over Lion’s Park as it practiced on Sept. 10 for the Wyoming Air National Guard’s Wild West Air Show taking place this weekend photo by Karen Cotton

Tanya Tucker cancels all remaining 2021 tour dates including Denver show at the Bluebird Theater on Sept. 14, 2021

Screenshot taken from the Blue Bird Theater’s official Facebook page.

Tanya Tucker’s Sept. 14 concert date at the Blue Bird Theater in Denver, Colorado is cancelled as well as her other Bring My Flowers Now tour dates for 2021. The above photo is from the Blue Bird Theater’s official Facebook page. She mentions that her hip is still healing and she is concerned about Covid-19. You can read her official quote on the photo where she also promises to be back touring in 2022 and she is ready to kick some ass.

Go to her official website at http://Www.Tanyatucker.com

IMAGE FROM TANYA TUCKER’S OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE.

Wild West Air Show is this Saturday and Sunday

The Wyoming Air National Guard is presenting its Wild West Air Show this Saturday and Sunday. They are also doing a remembrance ceremony honoring the lives lost during the horrific terrorist events of 9-11, 2001, which has its 20th anniversary this Saturday. The photos above are taken from the official Wyoming Air National Guard’s Facebook page.

World events and an update from the editor

I wanted to take some time out to thank all of the military service members who are in the Middle East. As well as veterans and all military members. I am saddened to hear about the soldiers who lost their lives recently in Afghanistan. I am going to post a link to the fallen Wyoming soldier’s family go fund me page soon.
It is also very sad about hurricane Ida that recently took its aim on New Orleans and how many people are suffering from that horrific storm. Look here on my magazine soon for updates on ways you can help citizens who have been affected by that storm in Louisiana.

Last, I am now working a part-time job and I’m in college studying music with a scholarship that I received. I won’t be posting on this magazine site as regularly as I normally do and I apologize ahead of time.
I am working on an article about rock star Brandon Gibbs ad will post it as soon as I can! Be well! Be safe!

Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra announces its season for 2021 -2022

Aug. 12, 2021
Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Announces the 2021-22 Season Lineup!
Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce the 2021-22 Season Lineup and to return to full orchestras and audiences!
In addition to well-known classics by Beethoven, Brahms, Bruch, Mahler, and Stravinsky, audiences will also enjoy music by other under-represented composer groups, such as Asian-Americans and those of African descent.
This season will provide a musical discovery and celebration of music by female composers as well. From Hildegard of Bingen, who wrote music in the 12th century, to fresh new music by Wyoming composer Anne Guzzo, CSO will present many centuries of great music by female composers–a celebration very appropriate for The Equality State.
All season long, the orchestra has the honor of sharing the stage with wonderful soloists. CSO welcomes a guest conductor and two composers in October, a husband and wife as soloists (violin and piano) in November, the Cheyenne Chamber Singers, All-City Children’s Choir, and En Avant Dance Studio in December, CSO’s very own flute virtuoso Ysmael Reyes in January, opera singer Levi Hernandez and the En Avant Dance Studio in February, as well as two opera singers and a large massed chorus from UW, LCCC, and the Chamber Singers in April.
In addition, this season is also more of a “return to normal” as the CSO brings back the Holiday concert, family movie music matinee, Hausmusik recitals, and Baroque in the Barn. New ground will also be broken with the “Symphony Underground” concert at the Lincoln Theater with members of the CSO and the rock band Patti Fiasco.
CSO will again offer 5 great season ticket packages so you can choose the one that’s best for you! The all- inclusive Platinum Package and the traditional 5 Masterpiece concert Classic Package both feature a 20% discount. The smaller Duo and Trio packages come with a 10% discount and you can choose your favorite two or three Masterpiece concerts to create the perfect package! The poplular livestream package, made possible by the pandemic, will also still be available. Season ticket packages start at just $36.00 for adults and $18.00 for students!
Season tickets go on sale to the public on Aug. 15th, 2021 by visiting www.cheyennesymphony.org or calling 307-778-8561.

Maestro William Intriligator, Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra conductor


Trisha Yearwood got a present from Cheyenne Frontier Days staff

By Karen Cotton

According to a post on Trisha Yearwood’s official Facebook page, pictured above, Trisha Yearwood received this beautiful bracelet from Cheyenne Frontier Days staff after her husband, Garth Brooks, performed recently at the Daddy of ‘Em All to a sold out crowd! She didn’t perform or come to Cheyenne and a reason wasn’t given why. But Yearwood has many facets to her own career and definitely is a busy lady!