‘Sometimes wild’ Judy Coder and Cowgirl Swing to light up stage at Osage City

110114-cowgirlswingThe Osage City Area Arts Council is inviting everyone to an evening of fun and entertainment when Judy Coder and Cowgirl Swing will perform at Osage City at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, in the Grace Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 210 Holliday.

Energy and enthusiasm are watchwords for this exciting group. Organized in 2009, Judy Coder and Cowgirl Swing have taken the western music world to new heights in a showcase of cowgirl-branded music. This four-piece, all-female acoustic ensemble performs Western swing, traditional songs of the Western frontier, and newer music closely tied to the American cowgirl.

Led by Judy Coder’s singing and yodeling skills, Cowgirl Swing features Diane Gillenwater on fiddle, Patti Nance on dobro, and Karla Campbell on the bunkhouse bass. Sometimes sophisticated, sometimes wild, Judy Coder and Cowgirl Swing light up the stage.

Their first appearance in Osage City was a real hit. Their return engagement promises to be even better. Don’t miss this toe-tapping, head-bobbing, knee-slapping good time on Saturday, Nov. 8.

This concert is part of OCAAC’s annual membership drive which will encourage current members to renew their memberships and new members to join and help support the arts in Osage City. More information is available at osagecityarts.org. Matching funds up to $300 will be provided by Thrivent Financial.

Admission is $15 for adults; $5 for students at the door.

Information thanks to Osage City Arts Council; photo thanks to www.judycoder.com


One Response to ‘Sometimes wild’ Judy Coder and Cowgirl Swing to light up stage at Osage City

  1. Gladys Streeter says:

    It works very smoothly if you are entering from K268 or US 75 but the K31 entrance is badly needed. I saw a large cattle truck get stuck trying to make the hard left onto the roundabout from the K31 stop sign to go North. They had to stop and back up, knocking down the markers and stuff. That is not good and will not happen once the K31 entrance is finished. I think it is going to be OK and it is nice not to have to stop and wait a long time to get through the intersection.

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