The Sons of the Pioneers, formed in 1934, is known as the original “singing cowboy” band, instrumental in creating the earliest sounds of western music. Founded by Roy Rogers (then known as Leonard Slye), Bob Nolan, and Tim Spencer, the band has remained together continuously since then, rotating a total of 46 members over the years. This award-winning, legendary band continues to gain fans young and old, playing original favorites like “Cool Water” and “Tumbling Tumbleweeds,” along with gems from the early days. These six accomplished musicians (including Roy Rogers’ son) bring fresh energy to this classic genre, taking audiences time-traveling into the great American West with them.
This group has been brought back by popular demand, to kick off Western Art Week. The tickets for Sons of the Pioneers sell out across the world. You know the songs – come enjoy these western classics one more time!
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Mansfield Theater | 2 Park Drive South, Great Falls, Montana