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For unique cowboy-flavored entertainment, music, poetry, and unlikely stories, please consider engaging Lonnie the Eclectic Cowboy for your next dinner party, campfire gathering, calf branding, or necktie party. It will be a memorable occasion! “Ride tall in the saddle, always shoot straight, and never tell a lie!” LTEC

LTEC performs at cattlemen's affairs, dude ranch functions, cowboy gatherings, county fairs, birthday parties, fine arts events, grand openings, business promotions, motivational meetings, religious retreats, church functions, mountain resorts, jam sessions, talent shows, street dance events, art exhibitions, senior centers, assisted living homes, Elks, Eagles, Kiwanis, Rotary, clubs, etc. Have I missed anything? lol

Family oriented, suitable for all ages, songs, stories, poems, and jokes. Plays guitar, mouth harp, banjo, sing. Wears cowboy hats, boots, bandannas, belts, buckles spurs. Tells stories about running wild horses, roping and branding, working cattle.

Reasonable rates and he doesn't eat much.

Member of Western Music Association, Cowboy Poets of Idaho, Artist-in-Residency program

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Lonnie Shurtleff “The Eclectic Cowboy” - Cowboy Balladeer, Poet, Storyteller, grew up in the Owyhee Desert running wild horses and in Eastern Oregon’s Blue Mountains running cattle. It was “Wild horses and saddles and rawhide riatas…”, then he discovered guitars! His material is largely autobiographical and reflects his experiences growing up in the saddle and performing in cowboy hang-outs around the Northwest.

In the 1970s Baker, OR was home to numerous live music venues. LTEC began performing professionally at the Stirrup Room in the Geiser Grande Hotel in 1963. Music and lyric have been the driving force in his life ever since, whether writing and performing music in venues around the northwest, writing and producing radio copy, or creating and reciting cowboy poetry at gatherings in Oregon, Idaho, and Washington..
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