"Red Steagall Is Somewhere West Of Wall Street"
Airs on Mondays at 8:30 PM CST, Tuesdays at 12:30 AM CST, and Saturdays at 6:00 AM CST.
Airs on Monday through Friday at 8:30 AM, 4:30 PM, and 3:30 AM ET.
Singer, songwriter, poet, author and cowboy Red Steagall,
hosts his award winning weekly television show, Red Steagall Is Somewhere West of
Wall Street. Red Steagall Is Somewhere West of Wall Street aires on RFD-TV on Mondays at 8:30 PM (CST), Tuesdays at 12:30 AM (CST) and Sundays at 6:00 AM (CST).
The inspiration for the name of Red's TV show came from the dynamic bronze
sculpture created by Red's dear friend, award winning western artist Bruce Greene. In his thought provoking piece, Somewhere West of Wall Street, Greene depicts a rancher perusing his daily Wall Street Journal with his trusty cow dog by his side. Red was so taken with this piece of art that he felt it defined his new series based on the travels envisioned by such a cowman. This new TV series takes Red on those highways and byways of our great country. Ride along with him as he discovers some of the most interesting historic landmarks and trailblazers of the West.
"My quarter horse Grey Dog and I are off to explore the people, places and stories of the American West", said Steagall. "We will discover the horses and the history of ranches like the 6666s Ranch, Pitchfork Ranch, Waggoner Ranch, JA Ranch, King Ranch; just to name a few. We visit museums that present and perpetuate the image and lifestyle of the American West".
In addition to many historic ranches, Steagall also spends time at the National Ranching Heritage Center on the Texas Tech University campus in Lubbock, Texas; the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and Museum in Fort Worth, Texas; the American Quarter Horse Association Museum in Amarillo, Texas; and the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Furthermore, Steagall educates the audience into how to make a Cactus rope, a Cactus saddle; and how a Resistol hat is made. Experts also explain to the audience what to look for when buying a rope, hat and saddle. The show also includes interviews with world-famous rodeo cowboys and old-time ranchers and cowboys from the 1940s and 1950s.