June 15, 2019 - The Best Photos From Bonnaroo ‘19 (USA Today)
June 14, 2019 - From The Friday ‘Bonnaroo Beacon’: The Ole Home Place (Relix)
June 10, 2019 - A Few Minutes On The Trail With Ranger Doug (CelebrityAccess)
June 4, 2018 - Bonnaroo 2018: Artists You Can’t Miss (Tennessean)
April 13, 2018 - Billboard: Riders In The Sky Look Back on 40 Years
April 12, 2018 - Tennessean: Riders In The Sky: Don't Fence Them In
December 14, 2017 - Riders in the Sky Plot 40th Anniversary Album, 2018 Tour
40 years. It seemed to go by in a blur, pounding the road, seeing the world, raising babies and sending them to college, mowing lawns, romances, marriages, high school drama, endless airports, the nights at the Hollywood Bowl, the night at the Red Barn in Louisville dodging various barroom projectiles, frozen diesel lines, blast furnace desert heat, hours of practice, late nights and early mornings, and lots and lots and lots of laughter.
40 years ago. No laptops, no cellular phones, no Google, no downloads, no Skype, no Tweets, no Apple, no Microsoft, no texting, no electric cars, no Uber. A different world. But there were three young men with drive and wit who wanted to keep a special music alive. They believed in preserving the heritage of Western Music and presenting it to a new generation. They believed in entertaining, and they did so… entertaining themselves as well as the audience! And they believed in creating original Western Music to continue the tradition, not just seal it in amber as a museum piece. What they did not realize at the time was that they would be doing the same thing 40 years later.