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The Cowboy is an iconic figure that represents a culture of freedom, courage, toughness, & individualism. Join Dan Hillenbrand as he explores why we are so captivated by the Cowboy in everything from folklore, movies, ranching, music, and rodeo to business & fashion.

  1. Episode 174 Tim Endsley / Cowboy / Adventure Bowhunter / Photographer / Award Winning Film Maker…

    Episode 174 Tim Endsley / Cowboy / Adventure Bowhunter / Photographer / Award Winning Film Maker…

    Had an Awesome time on the Podcast catching up with Tim Endsley. Tim was one of my first guests on the show in August 2018...
    Resources:
    https://www.facebook.com/tim.endsley.9
    Show Sponsors:
    LINK IN BIO USE CODE: “MODERNCOWBOY”
    @moderncowboyperformance
    www.moderncowboy.global
    @nrsworld
    Show Music:
    “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon
    https://trentwillmon.com/ (https://trentwillmon.com/)
    MC Podcast Production and Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand
    @tyhbrand

  2. Episode 173 Charles Bisset / 9X Muay Thai Champion / Professional Cowboy / LA SAG/AFTRA Actor…

    Episode 173 Charles Bisset / 9X Muay Thai Champion / Professional Cowboy / LA SAG/AFTRA Actor…

    Charles is true renaissance man and the epitome of a Modern Cowboy... I was so inspired talking with Charles and hearing his amazing story I know you will be too.
    Charles Bisset grew up off grid in the Valhalla mountains of British Columbia, Canada for the first 17 years of his life. His father was raised on a dude ranch which inspired him to raise his family off grid. Both of his parents were opera teachers and his mother homeschooled both Charles and his sister.
    He started thai boxing when he was 11 years old because he wanted to get into involved in sports and the boxing gym was the only thing available in that area.
    He had his first fight when he was 15 years old in a nightclub and by the time he was 16 he was the number 4th amateur in canada. At 17 he decided to move away and pursue his dream of being a professional cowboy on big ranches. He cowboyed in four different provences in Canada, including the famous half a million acre Douglas Lake Ranch Cattle Company and then moved to Califorina to continue cowboying at Fort Baker Ranch. He fulfilled his dream of being a cowboy for 6 years and decided to continue fighting and pursue acting. Since then hes gone on to win the CMTA National Title, NAMTF North American Title, Thilands Suwit Sadium Title, WKA World Title, United States WBC title, 2x IKKC International Champion, Titans of Muay Thai Champion and WBL World Champion. Charles has also appeared in 10 national commercials, a few indie films and appeared along side Chris Kristofferson.
    Charles Current sponsors include:
    Trifecta
    Trident Muay Thai Fight Gear
    Nectarstick
    Rouge Reserve Oregon
    Show Sponsors:
    LINK IN BIO USE CODE: “MODERNCOWBOY”
    @moderncowboyperformance
    www.moderncowboy.global
    @nrsworld
    Show Music:
    “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon
    https://trentwillmon.com/ (https://trentwillmon.com/)
    MC Podcast Production and Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand
    @tyhbrand

  3. Episode 172 Charley Crawford / 10 Time NFR Qualifier / Patriot & Founder Of The American Military Celebration…

    Episode 172 Charley Crawford / 10 Time NFR Qualifier / Patriot & Founder Of The American Military Celebration…

    Had a great time on the Podcast with 10 time National Finals Rodeo Qualifier Charly Crawford discussing the American Military Celebration. AMC a team roping event dedicated to thanking military veterans, first responders, and their families. Charly is a True Patriot and has a passion for giving back.
    Charly Crawford Bio Born and raised in Canby, Oregon Charly Crawford grew up with his dad who was a bareback rider and the self-proclaimed biggest team roping fan on earth. Charly’s father, Chuck always had good horses and was one of the reasons the crossfire rule was implemented. Growing up in the Northwest, the summers were always fun because guys like Mike Beers, Allan Back, Jake Barnes, Clay Cooper, and Leo Camarillo would come rope at their house. Due to the average rainfall being so significant, they could only rope about 4 months of the year outdoors. Chuck had a roping club where there were weekly practices and monthly jackpots. Charly always got to rope with guys that gave him no choice but to rope the best he could. He made the amateur finals before he made the high school finals. He and his dad would jackpot together, and Charly even did his first roping school at the age of 12. It took winning for Charly to take roping seriously and once he was accustomed to winning, he never looked back. “I paid my fees for the Dummy Ropings by picking up beer cans around the arena” Before moving to Arizona to attend college at Central Arizona in Casa Grande, Charly took home a state championship and made the National High School Rodeo finals three times. College was a challenge because he suffered from a learning disability, and it was always more enticing to make money. He tended to business long enough to take some teaching courses, make the college finals three times, and work on his farrier skills but never graduated. Charly bought his PRCA permit in 1997 and filled it at the first rodeo he entered in Tacoma, WA. He was roping with Shane Crossley. In 1998 he won PRCA Resistol Rookie of the Year. The years leading into 2001 were inconsistent, but Charly was focused on gathering up some good horses and making his herd valuable. There are a lot of influences in our sport, but one piece of advice always stuck with Charly: “It’s not how much you can win on your horses by how much your horses can keep you from winning” This led to the purchase of “Armadillo” which Charly acquired because of a bet. This horse proved himself by being named Horse of the BFI in 2001 and was Reserve Horse of the Year in 2005. You should know that through the roller coaster of life and the ups and downs on the rodeo trail that Charly always had an inkling to ride saddle broncs. His curiosity wasn’t fueled by trying to do what his dad did, but because he rode a lot of outside horses and if they’d fart, he fell off. In 2003, Charly was on the kick that he wanted to ride broncs when he got a call from Bucky Campbell to rope. He told Bucky what he had on his mind and all Bucky could say is “Don’t do it!” so, they roped for a while and Charly was back to having those thoughts about bronc riding again when he had the opportunity to roe with Tyler Magnus. Tyler also told Charly “Don’t do it!” “When one door closes, another door opens” Pretty soon, Charly was back in the Northwest and Matt Funk called looking for a partner. By this time, Charly was strongly evaluating the option to ride broncs and had decided to back his goals down and get back to basics. He told Matt that he wanted to win the amateur circuit, make the circuit finals, and practice with a purpose. Together they won both amateur association finals and made the circuit finals, but Matt decided to go back to heading so Charly was thinking about bronc riding again. He’d started hanging out behind the chutes, learning the lingo, getting familiar with the equipment and how it all worked. Now its 2004 and Mike Beers calls, he also says “Don’t do it!” so Charly

  4. Episode 171 Bonner Bolton / PBR Bull Rider / Fashion Model / Founder & CEO Rank Ride Fantasy…

    Episode 171 Bonner Bolton / PBR Bull Rider / Fashion Model / Founder & CEO Rank Ride Fantasy…

    Had a great time on the Podcast talking with Bonner Bolton C.E.O. and original founding member of Rank Ride Fantasy...
    After coming off of a top 5 finish PBR World Finals Bonner suffered a near death injury and broke his neck. After a long hard recovery Bonner created Rank Ride to help grow and progress the sport of bull riding that he once competed in and fell in love with. Bonner also has a passion for giving back to those who helped him after breaking his neck Western Sports Foundation and to the sport he loves and to the fans! Rank Ride Fantasy is fun and simple to play and easy to win BIG CA$H PRIZES AND GIVEAWAYS!
    OVER $25,000 in cash prizes and $10,000 to the YEAREND CHAMPION + CUSTOM RANK RIDE BUCKLE
    Resources:
    @bonner_bolton
    @rankridefantasy
    @westernsportsfoundation
    https://rankridefantasy.com/
    Show Sponsors:
    LINK IN BIO USE CODE: "MODERNCOWBOY"
    @moderncowboyperformance
    www.moderncowboy.global
    @nrsworld
    Show Music:
    “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon
    https://trentwillmon.com/ (https://trentwillmon.com/)
    MC Podcast Production and Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand
    @tyhbrand

  5. Episode 170 John Cofer / Hatter / Artist / Craftsman / UFC Fighter / Founder Cofer Hat Co…

    Episode 170 John Cofer / Hatter / Artist / Craftsman / UFC Fighter / Founder Cofer Hat Co…

    Great time on the Podcast with John Cofer talking a little about his career in the UFC and a lot about custom hat making (including the hat he's building for me)...
    John Cofer had always loved the history, appearance of and story behind the western hat. Which led to the desire and curiosity to want to create his own authentic western hat. At this time, John was living in a tiny Airstream trailer in the middle of a horse pasture in Southwest Montana. The will to learn and curiosity took the reins and the research began. A work bench and a handful of hat blocks took over where a small futon once sat. Soon thereafter, the very first western hats were created. Hat making quickly turned from hobby to passion which is where Cofer Hat Company was born. Now located in the hills overlooking Livingston, Montana, a tiny hat shop stays busy handcrafting unique, one of a kind hats for our friends near and far. Cofer Hat Company is constantly evolving and learning, bringing you high quality hats that will last a lifetime.
    Resources:
    https://coferhatcompany.com/
    Show Sponsors:
    LINK IN BIO
    @moderncowboyperformance
    www.moderncowboy.global
    @nrsworld
    Show Music:
    “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon
    https://trentwillmon.com/ (https://trentwillmon.com/)
    MC Podcast Production and Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand
    @tyhbrand

  6. Episode 169 Broncs-N-Donks / 24 Million Views On YouTube / One Of The Fastest Growing Western Influencers…

    Episode 169 Broncs-N-Donks / 24 Million Views On YouTube / One Of The Fastest Growing Western Influencers…

    Awesome time on the Podcast talking with Tyler Olsen and Daniel Cummings of Broncs and Donks... One of the fastest growing Western influencer social media sites
    Broncs and Donks was founded by Tyler Olsen and his wife Brittnee.
    We want to show you how we live our lives today as modern cowboys. Watch our YouTube channel to join us on the trail, as we move cattle to different grazing grounds, and as we adventure through the western countryside filled with amazing views and life changing experiences.
    Resources:
    https://broncsanddonks.com/
    Show Sponsors:
    LINK IN BIO
    www.moderncowboy.global
    @nrsworld
    Show Music:
    “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon
    https://trentwillmon.com/ (https://trentwillmon.com/)
    MC Podcast Production and Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand
    @tyhbrand

Customer Reviews

Love the show!

You are hitting it on all marks. Keep up the great work!

Fields

Just listened to episode 130 about the plane crash and recovery miracle!
Tough cowboy, even tougher God and reminder that Family and Faith are truly what make a Modern Cowboy.
Thank you.
Truly inspiring reminder that God is in charge and can’t wait to bless His children. God is the best team ropin’ partner you could ever ask for. He always has our back, even if we break ours!

Great entertainment

Awesome listen every time! Interesting topics and real life lessons! Check it out!

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Join me and Chris for a fascinating look into his life on the cusp of the release of his album and his undying passion for  Cowboy tradition and the modern cowboy lifestyle. For 2019 Chris is set to release a highly anticipated new album. Chris teamed up with Nashville producer, Trent Willmon, who will be producing the album. Chris wrote or co-wrote 11 of the 12 songs to be included on the album and Willmon co-wrote 8 of the 12 songs.  As a songwriter Trent has written many songs that have been cut by other notable artists including Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Little Big Town, Cody Johnson, Blake Shelton, Maddie and Tae, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Randy Houser, Kevin Fowler, Granger Smith, Roger Creager, and many more. Trent also is credited with the Billboard top 5 hit “Keep on Lovin’ You” by Steel Magnolia, and Montgomery Gentry’s #1 hit “Back When I Knew it All.” As a producer Trent has truly shined and is credited in large part for the rise of Nashville’s newest sensation, Cody Johnson. Cody’s Album, “Ain’t Nothin’ to It”, also produced by Willmon reached the #1 spot on the Billboard Country Charts in 2019. Chris was raised in a small town in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Here he developed a love for horses, and everything about the cowboy lifestyle. He was drawn to the old cowboys around town who took him under their wing and taught him about horses. Chris built a love of starting colts and building confidence in young horses. By combining his love for horses and a love for art and photography, Chris started Diehard Cowboy–A company built to share the cowboy lifestyle and his authentic music with others. Chris spends as much time as he can riding horses and starting colts. Chris also works for several ranches to get a reprieve from his regular schedule. You can take a glimpse in this life by following. @Diehardcowboy_ Chris got somewhat of a late start into his music career. Earlier in life the fear of singing in front of other people kept him from getting on stage. Even though Chris never sang in public until he was in college, music was always present. Chris would often write songs while driving, or riding his horses, but singing would only happen around his close friends. Friends soon began to encourage him to sing more and to share his songs. Eventually Chris started writing and recording the songs that he had written but they were only heard by those in his inner circle. A turning point came when Country Musician, Collin Raye, heard a burnt CD of a few of Chris’ songs. Collin asked if Chris would be willing to open an upcoming concert for him. The night of the concert came and Chris faced his fear, took the stage, and sang to a hometown crowd. This was a moment that changed Chris’ life. After encouragement from Collin Raye, Chris set his sights on pursuing his career as a songwriter and performer. It took a lot of  work to overcome his fear. Chris spent a full year singing once a week at a local venue with his guitar before he finally felt he could play for a crowd. Eventually Chris was playing for larger audiences in shows across the country. He played during the Houston Rodeo at NRG park,  and even packed his guitar to Missouri. In 2017 Chris was selected as a finalist at the Kerrville Songwriting Competition in, Kerrville, Texas. Many past finalists had gone on to become notable performers  like, Steve Earl, Tom Russel, Robert Earl Keen, Lyle Lovett, Hal Ketchum, and Zane Williams. Chris has always been a big supporter of the men and women who serve our country and communities. He has written two songs in their honor. “Every Time I Hear the Rain” as well as “He Still Pays the Price.” As a musician Chris sticks to his country roots. He loves playing traditional country music with influences like George Strait, Merle Haggard, and Chris Ledoux. These influences are also reflected in Chris’ writing. Chris writes songs that are authentic and true to his character. His songs will resonate with all who love honest country music. Resources: Chris Petersen Website Instagram Show Music: “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon Trent Willmon Website MC Podcast Production & Editing: Matt Kirschner Website Right Trac Media

44mins

18 Mar 2019

Rank #4

Sours: https://www.owltail.com/podcast/rReNG-Modern-Cowboy/best-episodes
  1. Tobacco basket round
  2. Salon di pietro
  3. Hydro flavor

Modern Cowboy

Had a great time on the Podcast with 10 time National Finals Rodeo Qualifier Charly Crawford discussing the American Military Celebration. AMC a team roping event dedicated to thanking military veterans, first responders, and their families. Charly is a True Patriot & has a passion for giving back. Charly Crawford Bio Born and raised in Canby, Oregon Charly Crawford grew up with his dad who was a bareback rider and the self-proclaimed biggest team roping fan on earth. Charly’s father, Chuck always had good horses and was one of the reasons the crossfire rule was implemented. Growing up in the Northwest, the summers were always fun because guys like Mike Beers, Allan Back, Jake Barnes, Clay Cooper, and Leo Camarillo would come rope at their house. Due to the average rainfall being so significant, they could only rope about 4 months of the year outdoors. Chuck had a roping club where there were weekly practices and monthly jackpots. Charly always got to rope with guys that gave him no choice but to rope the best he could. He made the amateur finals before he made the high school finals. He and his dad would jackpot together, and Charly even did his first roping school at the age of 12. It took winning for Charly to take roping seriously and once he was accustomed to winning, he never looked back. “I paid my fees for the Dummy Ropings by picking up beer cans around the arena” Before moving to Arizona to attend college at Central Arizona in Casa Grande, Charly took home a state championship and made the National High School Rodeo finals three times. College was a challenge because he suffered from a learning disability, and it was always more enticing to make money. He tended to business long enough to take some teaching courses, make the college finals three times, and work on his farrier skills but never graduated. Charly bought his PRCA permit in 1997 and filled it at the first rodeo he entered in Tacoma, WA. He was roping with Shane Crossley. In 1998 he won PRCA Resistol Rookie of the Year. The years leading into 2001 were inconsistent, but Charly was focused on gathering up some good horses and making his herd valuable. There are a lot of influences in our sport, but one piece of advice always stuck with Charly: “It’s not how much you can win on your horses by how much your horses can keep you from winning” This led to the purchase of “Armadillo” which Charly acquired because of a bet. This horse proved himself by being named Horse of the BFI in 2001 and was Reserve Horse of the Year in 2005. You should know that through the roller coaster of life and the ups and downs on the rodeo trail that Charly always had an inkling to ride saddle broncs. His curiosity wasn’t fueled by trying to do what his dad did, but because he rode a lot of outside horses and if they’d fart, he fell off. In 2003, Charly was on the kick that he wanted to ride broncs when he got a call from Bucky Campbell to rope. He told Bucky what he had on his mind and all Bucky could say is “Don’t do it!” so, they roped for a while and Charly was back to having those thoughts about bronc riding again when he had the opportunity to roe with Tyler Magnus. Tyler also told Charly “Don’t do it!” “When one door closes, another door opens” Pretty soon, Charly was back in the Northwest and Matt Funk called looking for a partner. By this time, Charly was strongly evaluating the option to ride broncs and had decided to back his goals down and get back to basics. He told Matt that he wanted to win the amateur circuit, make the circuit finals, and practice with a purpose. Together they won both amateur association finals and made the circuit finals, but Matt decided to go back to heading so Charly was thinking about bronc riding again. He’d started hanging out behind the chutes, learning the lingo, getting familiar with the equipment and how it all worked. Now its 2004 and Mike Beers calls, he also says “Don’t do it!” so Charly is back to team roping and learns how to...

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