I imagine that I'm like most casual rodeo fans. I wait around for the bull riding. Because you never know what's going to happen.

Yesterday I read that this July 30th will be the 30th anniversary of the day the world of rodeo lost Lane Frost in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The stories about Lane and his to short life are an incredible read. Stories about his final minutes one earth.

Lane Frost inspired many young rodeo cowboys. Go to any rodeo and you might see a rider finishing a good ride and making the now famous gestures with their hands.

And many a good song has been penned with Frost in mind. Probably none better than July in Cheyenne by Aaron Watson. It's worth a look and listen.

Speaking of Watson, you can catch him Saturday August 30th at the South Dakota State Fair. (along with The Josh Abbott Band and Stoney LaRue) It's a Texas and Red Dirt show we hope you can attend.

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