Radio and television host and producer Rick Huff's column, Western Air, covers the Western radio scene.
To find out about the program, of course we went to the source-source-source-source!!
Enter first KHTS announcer and board operator Mike Dowler, producing an equestrian based show there called Along The Trail and riding on with it through a succession of hosts.
Enter next Nancy Pitchford Zhe, founder and director of the twenty-six year strong Heads Up Therapy On Horseback program.
He has co-produced CD's for Sons of the Rio Grande and Jim Jones.
In 1999 he and Sidekick Productions' Mary Ryland formed Frontiersmen 2 to co-produce their radio show "The Best of the West Revue" and its publication "The Best of the West Digest." In 2004 they released a double CD set, The Best of New Mexico Western: Big Surprises From Behind the Chile Curtain! Such was pretty much the case with a novel, one-hour weekly show out of Newhall, California (and now the world) called Around The Barn.
and are currently working on Volume II - or as they like to call it Son of the Best of New Mexico Western! Out of its three years of existence it has been nominated twice for WMA Radio Show Of The Year!If won eventually, that award may have to be carved into quarters to accommodate the shows four co-hosts!Gwen Stefani should have checked her plus-one at the door.As the blond bombshell headed to Vanity Fair’s Oscar party Sunday night, all eyes weren’t fixated on her sheer Yanina Couture gown, but on boyfriend Blake Shelton‘s casual attire.While Stefani, 46, strutted about in an embellished sheath from the Russian fashion house, Shelton, 39, added a black jacket to his effortless ensemble of an untucked button-down with dark jeans and scuffed cowboy boots.Though Stefani has embraced Shelton’s style of trucker hats and camouflage, it seems the country crooner has yet to add a standard bow-tie to his wardrobe.