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TRAIL DUST

music baptized

with a hardy dose of 

&

HORSE HAIR

"One of the consistently fine cowboy singers of his generation."

Michael McCall, Country Music Magazine

ABOUT

Wylie Galt Gustafson is a man best summarized through jaunty cowboy ballads, old-school country songs, and original Montana tunes—a colorful compilation of music written and performed by the Conrad horseman himself.

 

Since 1989, Wylie and his band, The Wild West, have produced more than twenty albums, featuring an array of tracks you can kick your heels to, enjoy from the comfort of your Barcalounger, or yodel along with in the shower. Heck, they even put out a holiday album to help you ring in an authentic cowboy Christmas.

 

Authentic is the key word here, because while Wylie is absolutely a music star, he is first and foremost a cowboy.

LEARN ABOUT WYLIE & THE BAND

"Wylie brings the rich tradition of quality Western music to life."

Bob Whittaker, Grand Ole Opry General Manager

TOUR

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UPCOMING TOUR DATES

"No doubt about it, Wylie's a great yodeler.  He's also one of the brightest, most impressive new talents around. "

Total Country Magazine

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MUSIC

Just the RANCHY stuff! Our new compilation abum "Cowboy Vernacular" is now available. If you are looking for the antithesis of sissy Nashville music... this is your biscuit. Real rural music from the empty sprawl of northern Montana. All cowboy. Entirely punchy. No artificial sweeteners.  

 

Click on the album to take a look.

MORE MUSIC & MERCHANDISE

"He's the real deal.  He loves it, he feels it, he cares about it, and he creates it in a profoundly satisfying way. "

Ranger Doug, Riders in the Sky 

 

NEWS

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Wylie Galt Gustafson Inducted 

into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame

“The Hall of Fame exists to honor those who have made an impact in their part of the state and represent Montana’s authentic heritage for future generations.”

Bill Galt, MCHF & WHC President

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