2022 Somewhere West of Wall Street Show Schedule
June 20 - Reba McEntire
Join Red as he explores the life and personality of one of his favorite people - Reba McEntire.
June 27 - Casey Tibbs Museum
The Casey Tibbs museum in Ft. Pierre, South Dakota is a tribute to one of the most famous cowboys in history.
July 4- Wildlife Show
Go with Red as he talks to a wildlife scientist at the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Center about quail.
July 11- Chuck Wagon Cook & Commissary
Join Red at the campfire with some famous chuck wagon cooks.
July 18 - Quanah Parker
Quanah Parker was the last great chief of the Comanche Nation and Red tells his story.
July 25 - Ft. Union Trading Post
Ft. Union Trading Post was a very important trading post for fur traders and Indians on the Missouri River in North Dakota.
August 1 - Poco Lena
Poco Lena was one of the greatest cutting horse competitors and brood mares in the history of the quarter horse industry.
August 8 - Hansen Wheel & Wagon
Ride along with us as we spend time visiting with Doug Hansen at his wheel and wagon shop in South Dakota.
August 15 - Wildlife Show
Join Red at the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute as he visits with wildlife scientist about white tailed deer.
August 22 - Ft. Abraham Lincoln
Ft. Abraham Lincoln is on the Missouri River outside of Mandan, North Dakota.
August 29 - Roy Cooper
Ride with Red as he visits with his friend, Roy Cooper, world. champion cowboy.
September 5 - And They Rode Good Horses
Horseman and rancher, Thomas Saunders tells us about his adventures as a livestock wrangler for the movies.
September 12 - Jack Roddy
Join Red as he visits with world champion cowboy and rancher and his good friend Jack Roddy.
September 19 - Wagon Mound, NM
Wagon Mound, New Mexico was on the Santa Fe Trail and has a very colorful history.
September 26 - Pitzer Horses
Howard Pitzer was one of the most successful quarter horse breeders in history and Red visits with his grandson Jim Blakeman.
October. 3 - Alibates Flint Quarry
For 13,000 years the Alibates Flint Quarry was mined by Native Americans for the raw material to make their tools.
October 10 - Herb Mignery's Sculpture Garden
Walk with Red through world class sculptor Herb Mignery in his hometown of Barlett, Nebraska.
October 17 - Bell Ranch
The Bell Ranch in New Mexico is part of the 19th century Pablo Montoya Land Grand and today is still a working cattle ranch.
October 24 - Rex Linn
Go with Red as he visits with his long time friend, actor Rex Linn.
October 31. - Silver Screen Dare Devils
Thomas Saunders and Sharon Maderas tells us stories of hors wrangling and stunt sequences in the making of western movies.
November 7 - D. Wayne Lucas
Red is honored to visit with one of the most famous race horse trainers in history and a good friend, D. Wayne Lucas.
November 14 - Ft. Union,NM
Ft. Union, New Mexico was. one of the principle players in the settlement of the American West.
November 21 - Wildlife Show
Red visits with a wildlife scientist about migratory birds along the gulf coast of Texas.
November 28 - Gene Autry
Gene Autry and his horse Champion thrilled us all and they still do.
December 5 - The Young & The Old in the Cowboys World
Red explores the things that attract young folks to the cowboy way of life and asks a seasoned veteran about why he wanted to be a cowboy.
December 12 - Jeffries & Reynolds Ranch
A.N. Jeffries and the Reynolds brothers of west Texas established a ranch on the North Dakota plains in the 1800s.
December 19 - Frank Rush
Ride with Red as he visits with Frank Rush who grew up in the Western Entertainment business.
December 26 - John Justin
John Justin was the grandson of the Justin Boot company founder, Mr. H.J. Justin and he transformed the company into an international giant of footwear.