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The Cowboy Up Podcast

Dec 4, 2021

Back in the late 1870s, the owner of the Santa Fe Railroad, William Barstow Strong, and the owner of the Rio Grande Railroad, General William Jackson Palmer, found themselves at war. Historian John Sedgwick, author of the new book “From the River to the Sea: The Untold Story of the Railroad War that Made the West,”...


Nov 27, 2021

Most of us will never rob a train on horseback or purposefully fall from the saddle of a horse. As movie stunt men, Bobby Stevens and Rob Jensen have done both multiple times. They chat with Russell and Alan about the thrills that come with the work, as well as the occasional broken bone and bruised body.


Nov 20, 2021

The Southwest is filled with iconic images, from saguaro cacti to adobe homes to brilliant sunsets. Thousands of artists have captured these images. Mark Sublette, owner of Medicine Man Gallery and host of the "Art Dealer Diaries Podcast," joins Russell and Alan to talk about southwestern art including paintings by the...


Nov 13, 2021

Richard Collins knows cowboying. He also knows ranching and land conservation. The Arizona native and author of the books “Cowboy is a Verb” and “Riding Behind the Padre” talks with Russell and Alan about his experiences with the Canelo Hills Coalition, a group of ranchers and Forest Service and BLM employees...


Nov 5, 2021

Not many women bandits have roamed the West. Probably the most notorious and the one who made headlines around the country is Pearl Hart. Author and historian John Boessenecker saddles up to the ranch to chat with Russell and Alan about WILDCAT, his new book about Pearl’s forays and adventures in the Arizona territory...